Lawn Fawn Intro: Holiday Helpers

Hello and Welcome to Lawn Fawn’s September Inspiration Week! We will be showcasing 7 new stamp sets, along with 7 of our new stand alone dies and our Really Rainbow Christmas paper collection. All of our Fall/Winter 2018 Release is available now at lawnfawn.com and at your favorite craft stores!

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Today is our showcase of Holiday Helpers and its coordinating dies! Ready to have yoursELF some crafting fun? This cute set of elves and toys are perfect for your holiday and Christmas cards! The Design Team has made the most amazing samples! And we have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways to use this set!

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Nichol created a cheerful scene by combining Holiday Helpers with Christmas Dreams on this card! She used the scalloped frame in the Reveal Wheel Square Add-On set to show the toys spinning through the window!

Melissa‘s Shadow Box Card is merry and festive with the Holiday Helpers elves and bright red and green!

This card by Lizzy is so adorable! I love how she stamped the patterned background with Clear Embossing Ink on kraft cardstock for a unique tone on tone look! The trio of Reverse Stitched Scalloped Square Windows is such a fun design idea, especially with the colorful Really Rainbow Christmas paper peeking through! Such a fun way to highlight the cute elves!

I love how Yainea arranged the cute elves across her adorable card design. The background is so sweet with a combination of soft color that makes the Holiday Helpers images pop! The greeting from Winter Big Scripty Words is just perfect with this happy design!

There is just so much fun happening in Megan‘s holiday scene! Our new Holiday Helpers play nicely with Sweet Christmas, Cheery Christmas, Toboggan Together and Say What? Christmas Critters! Megan built the background for her scene with Stitched Mountain Borders, Snowy Backdrop and Forest Border along with Stitched Hillside Backdrop: Landscape!

Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock mixes perfectly with White Christmas paper to create a frosty white backdrop for Nicole‘s cute little scene! Our Gnome Sweet Gnome character stands in for Santa with the help of a hat from Hats Off to You!

Elise‘s festive card features cute little vignettes in a Peekaboo Backdrop! I love how she added wonderful ink blended color to each window!

Lynette‘s fun card uses Stripey Backdrop to create a candy cane theme! The Say What? Gift Tag looks like a display window for the adorable Holiday Helpers toys!

I love Julia’s fun teetering stack of gift boxes, such a fun idea! The contents of the box changes when the Reveal Wheel spins!

The tree from Christmas Dreams is the perfect size for creating adorable scenes with our new Holiday Helpers elves and accessories! Audrey combined Paper Bag and Pixie Dust cardstock to give the card a sparkly rustic look!

Megan‘s card truly is the stuff of Christmas Dreams! She added some toys and gift boxes from Holiday Helpers and the cute kids from Screen Time to bring this happy scene to life!

Elena‘s red and green colors add traditional fun to her cute Holiday Helpers‘ Christmas preparations! I love how the Gotta Have Gingham paper adds homespun charm to the Peekaboo Backdrop windows!

I love how Latisha added gorgeous ink blended color to the Snowfall Backdrop: Portrait on this beautiful Holiday Helpers card!

Kay assembled a merry little Christmas scene with the help of a Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Window! The Really Rainbow Christmas papers add lots of festive colorful fun!

Chari‘s Holiday Helpers scene is so adorable! I love all the boxes all stacked up and ready to go with shipping labels and postage! Those little elves have been very busy!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Holiday Helpers in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or click HERE to   watch  at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Holiday Helpers and its coordinating dies! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about your favorite holiday tradition by September 19th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this stamp set! (If you already own this stamp set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Friday September 14th for our next inspiration week post!

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352 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Holiday Helpers

  1. Favorite holiday tradition? That’s a tough one since our ‘traditions’ have changed over time as my siblings have gotten married and their spouse cultures have been added in. I guess it would be when I was a kid and my siblings and I would go to a late night movie after Christmas was ‘complete.’ We celebrate on the night of the 24th. My siblings are much older than me and so I didn’t see them often so it was nice all going to a movie just the kids.

  2. Wow! All the inspiration is just amazing!!! I love all the gorgeous projects and scenes… so very inspiring!!!! One of our oldest family traditions is getting together a few nights before the Holiday and baking lots of Christmas cookies and baked goods. We sip hot cocoa with peppermint sticks and listen to Christmas music and just enjoy that quality family time together with no distractions, (IE: no cell phones, no internet, etc) and we reminisce about our fondest holiday memories and remember our loved ones who are in heaven. It’s truly a beautiful and special night. One that our family looks forward to I think even more than the actual Holiday itself!
    Hugs,
    Jo from Jersey

  3. Oh I cannot decide which design I love the most, they are all so adorable. And my all time favs, reveal wheel cards..I am so eager to start making my christmas cards for this year :-D! And the really rainbow christmas paper is just the cutest thing of them all <3 :-).

  4. As we all get older the traditions are fading, our son is doing his own thing now. So just being able to get the family together to celebrate is our new tradition. The cards were so great today, a lot of inspiration and I know I have to get the reveal wheel asap it makes the cutest cards.

  5. My favorite holiday tradition is picking out a special Christmas book for each of my children. They open it on Christmas Eve and my husband and I write something on the inside cover along with the date. When they have families of their own, they can take them all with them.

  6. Wonderful Christmas cards to start the season. We like to go look at the neighborhood lights and have a meal at our favorite spot on Christmas Eve.

  7. Oh my word as usual the design team are amazeballs and these creations are stunning. Favourite holiday tradition would have to be my girls getting their sacks from Santa (my girls are now 15, 18 and 21) lol and coming downstairs to open them all up before we attach the Christmas tree 🙂 x we have started a new one whereby we now go ice skating on Christmas Eve 🙂 x

  8. So adorable cards! Traditions are changing but we always set up the christmas tree with my daughter and then bake lots of cookies 🙂

  9. Wow….what great cards and so much creativity….my favorite holiday tradition is being with family on Christmas day. We always gather together for Christmas Eve and then again on Christmas Day. Family, Faith, Fun and Food…..what more could we want…….

  10. My favourite holiday tradition is wrapping the dogs’ toys in paper bags and letting them rip it open on Christmas Day. They get so excited and paper goes flying everywhere!!! Then they run around squeaking their new toys for the rest of the day!

  11. Gosh, I love all things about Christmas. Probably my favorite recent tradition is that in my family instead of buying each other gifts we adopt a family in need. It’s so amazing to get to bless someone truly in need!

  12. My favorite holiday tradition is that we all get together at my moms house and the kids all open there gifts 🎁 and we just have fun with the family

  13. Wow! The holiday helpers stamp set is totally adorable!! My favorite holiday tradition is to trim the tree. I love to decorate it, with different color themes each year 🙂

  14. I love these stamps and everyone has created such lovely projects!!! Great work everyone!

    One of my favorite holiday traditions is taking my family to look at Christmas lights in the neighborhood near ours – there is a house that decorates using HUGE painted/glittered foam and its amazing! They have all of the Disney princesses, precious moments, Santas, the Grinch, an entire Christmas Story section… fake snow and candy canes for the kids – and they add something new each year – it’s such a sight to see!

  15. My favorite holiday tradition is watching my kids decorate the Christmas tree. We have so much fun and singing holiday songs. Love the holiday helpers stamp set. Thanks for sharing.

  16. The Holiday Helpers stamp and die set is so cute! They holiday tradition that I do is on Christmas Eve I order pizza and watch a movie then wrap gifts.

  17. We don’t have a lot of traditions for Christmas, but we always make sure to hang stockings for the dogs and cats. Even if they don’t get presents, they’re still included!

  18. My favorite Christmas tradition is probably baking Christmas cookies 🙂 me and my mom used to always do it together, but now she lives our of town, so we rarely do it together anymore, but it still reminds me of those time…being a little girl and being so excited to help! It always fills me with the Christmas spirit 🙂 I about died when you released the sprinkled with joy set!!! It’s still one of my favorites for making Christmas cards 😀
    Decorating the tree probably comes in a close second for favorite traditions.

  19. My favorite holiday tradition is driving around to see Christmas lights! Some have really big displays! Holiday Helpers are one of my favorite stamps from this release! They’re so cute! These cards are so cute too!

  20. Well, our holiday traditions have changed over the years with the growth of the family and because our grandparents are already in heaven. But I used to love Christmas Eve when the whole family would get together and have dinner at my grandma’s house and then drive around the city to see the Christmas lights until it was midnight and we would open our presents. Those were awesome times.

  21. One tradition that remain in our household, no matter how old we are getting, we watch Charlie Brown Christmas video every year. Love these cute elves. Such fun cards in the post today.

  22. Wow! Such great ideas. Megan has mad skills at coloring!! Holidays wouldn’t be the same without lots of homemade cookies! Keep up the great blog, I look forward to it every day 🙂

  23. My favorite tradition is our Elf on the Shelf. We have 2 elves and they are a little naughty. I have so much fun figuring out what they will be doing each night in December and my kids love finding them and seeing what they are up to.

  24. All these little guys are so CUTE! Think they will come over and help me wrap all my presents? LOL! My favorite holiday tradition is decorating the house – makes it so warm and festive feeling! Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  25. Every card made me just gasp with how talented everyone is! I especially love Julia Proctor’s card with the changing contents in the box. So clever!

  26. Sweetness overload!! I can’t wait to get to my craft room and start creating. Every year my daughters (who are fully grown and mothers now) bake for 2 days and put together goody boxes for over 20 people. Friends and neighbors that we wouldn’t really buy something for but want to let them know we are thinking about them.

  27. We do have a few traditions that we always do. The same meal on Christmas eve, baking cookies for Santa, decorating the tree and looking at Christmas lights. I hope we can keep that up even when the kids start their own families.

  28. Such adorable little characters and all so buy getting ready for Christmas. I can see all the fun activity! We have lots of Christmas traditions. Cookie baking is one of them. Our favorite at this time of year are buckeyes and thumbprint cookies. Of course our tree is another tradition. Our twin grand babies especially liked the tree last year. Not that they are a bit older we’ll have to watch that they don;t pull it down in their enthusiasm. LOL!

  29. Has to be Christmas Eve. We go to church for Candlelight Service. We used to all get together and eat but life happens. This year though, we decided that we all are going to get back together!!!

  30. Cuteness overload and I love it!! My favorite holiday tradition is on Christmas day
    where we play a game of White Elephant. We each buy a unisex $5. gift and it’s just
    so much fun! With a $5 gift, you never know what silly gift it might be and there’s lots
    of stealing going on! lol

  31. The DT has outdone themselves with all the great samples. And Megan’s coloring is amazing! My favorite holiday tradition is decorating the house and tree with my husband. We play the Firestone Christmas albums (yes, on the turntable) which we both grew up listening to, I have 1 glass of egg nog (not spiked), and we put up the Orrefors ornaments we have collected –1 for each year we’ve been together.

  32. Oh wow, I’m beyond giddy with all this amazing inspiration!!!
    One of our traditions is to play Christmas music and have all the photo displays showing a Christmas picture slideshow

  33. Oh my goodness. These cards are all just so amazing. My favorite Christmas tradition is driving around to look at Christmas lights while drinking hot chocolate and listening to Christmas music. My family did this when I was growing up and now we do it with our kids. My unmarried sister usually comes with us and it’s just so much fun.

  34. The elves are adorable!! I love how your sets can be combined so effortlessly to create great scenes. One of my favorite traditions is hiding the Christmas pickle ornament in our Christmas tree for my son to find. Even though he is 25 and lives out of state, finding the pickle is one of the first things he does when he comes home for the holidays.

  35. It’s hard to choose just one favorite tradition, but I think mine would have to be the week after Christmas. We moved away from our families many years ago, and our tradition is that we MUST celebrate Christmas morning with our kiddos at home. Then we make the long drive to visit all of our families that following week. It’s really nice to see everyone, and it lets our kids (and our families’ kids) celebrate Christmas on more than 1 day. It’s not Christmas Day for us, but Christmas week!

  36. Cute release! Is it my imagination or do so many other stamps seem to look like Lawn Fawn’s now with the cute little faces?
    My favorite holiday tradition is decocarting the mantle with the creche. We put Mary and Joseph on the opposite end of the house then every night we read the story of Jesus’ birth and move Mary and Joseph and the donkey closer to the stable. My kids are mid-20’s now but they still enjoy doing that when they’re home, and sharing it with their significant others, too!

  37. Love all the creativeness with the elves!
    One of my favorite traditions is loading everyone (dogs included) up on Christmas Eve and driving around town looking at the Holiday lights and then stopping at 7-Eleven to get hot chocolate.

  38. Love seeing all the cute ideas & creations and love seeing the mixing of so many sets together. My favorite tradition is baking & decorating cookies for Santa on Christmas Eve then going to a candlelight service at Church.

  39. Love all the cards
    Getting together with family on Christmas is wonderful. Grandparents come and my girls invite other friends to the celebration

  40. My favourite Christmas tradition, is present time, Dad dresses up in his Santa Hat and Ho Ho Ho’s, he pretends it’s a chore but we can see how much loves playing Santa for the grandkids.

  41. What fun elf’s! A favorite Christmas tradition is our Christmas advent countdown. I love reading the activities and the time and memories we get to spend with our family.

  42. I can’t get over all of the wonderful creations made with this set!! Awesome job from the DT!! I think my favorite Holiday tradition is probably making cookies for and with my family! 🙂

  43. Such a cute stamp set! Love what the designers did with it, too. My favorite holiday tradition is a scavenger hunt my mother created when my brother and I were little. She made up terribly rhyming clues that sent us all over the house and ended with a present for each of us. We would do it on Christmas Eve night so we had something to open before the big day. Thank you for the chance to win!

  44. My favorite Christmas tradition is decorating the tree! We pull out all the ornaments and tell each other about our favorite. Every year we each get a new ornament also, and it’s so fun telling stories about the different things happening in our lives for each years ornament. These Holiday Helpers are perfect to depict that!

  45. I love these Holiday Helpers, the gifts, cards, they are all AWESOME! AWESOME projects ladies!!!! My favorite holiday tradition is to set up our large nativity scene on the big buffet, I hang a midnight blue piece of velvet on the wall and hang small crystal stars and in the center i hang a large lighted tree near the ceiling. It is now my main decoration for Christmas.

  46. The day after Thanksgiving I get my Santa collection out
    and put it on display. I have some Santa dolls, lots of
    figurines in different poses, ornaments, and stitched
    pieces of Santa. It’s like Christmas morning when
    I start unpacking. I haven’t seen them for a year and
    I’ve forgotten some of them so it’s a revelation to
    see them again. Love all of Santa’s helpers – they
    make fun greeting cards. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  47. My favorite tradition is getting together with my parents on Christmas Eve and having a low-key night watching a cheesy holiday movie (any will do), any having an appetizer and fondue sort of meal. It’s lots of fun!

  48. Such cute ideas! My favorite Christmas tradition is that my husband does the 12 days of Christmas every year and gets me a small gift for the first 12 days of December. Typically the 12 days are the 12 days before Christmas, but he started this tradition back when we were dating in college and since school got out and we went home for the holidays, he’s always done the first 12 days of December. Some years he does a theme (like the 12 days of washi tape, or 12 days of hot cocoa), other years it is just a random small gift. He has been doing it for 23 years now, and every year it is still special!

  49. My favorite holiday tradition was our whole family met at my parents house on Christmas morning for a huge brunch. Then we opened gifts. My mom’s birthday was Christmas Eve so we had her celebration on Christmas Eve night. My parents are no longer with us, but those who can still try to meet for brunch.

  50. My favorite tradition is just being together as a family. This gets harder and harder each year as everyone grows and relocates. What a cute little set, this is one set I wasn’t able to get.

  51. I think my favorite holiday tradition is that the granddaughters help me prepare goodies to snack on while we cook the main meal. They always decorate my Christmas tree at Thanksgiving. Always great having my daughter and the granddaughters here! And I love this little stamp set. Those elves are so cute!!!

  52. My favorite holiday tradition is getting together with all my family. I love the food and the visiting. Every year we all meet a couple of weeks before the holiday so that each individual family can spend Christmas day together. Its like a big family reunion at my grandmothers. It’s the best part of the holidays!

  53. My favourite holiday tradition is going to the Christmas Eve church service then going home and visiting family before the big day….everyone gets to open one gift….there is finger food and beverages. We usually watch a Christmas movie too.Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  54. My family always went to my grandparents on Christmas Eve for a lite meal and to open gifts. Then we returned home to open our family gifts. To this day, my whole family still open their gifts on Christmas Eve.

  55. It always amazing me how creative and talent you all are, I’m a big fan of your dies and stamp. Keep up the good work

  56. This stamp set is so cute!!
    A favorite holiday tradition is decorating for Christmas! It’s fun to have Christmas music playing, a scented candle burning and it’s fun to unpack everything that I forgot I had and make my home festive for my family! We love to decorate the tree together and reminisce over our ornaments.

  57. I just can’t stand the cuteness of this stamp set!! I haven’t had a chance to use my set yet but these cards will certainly provide the inspiration I need to get going on my Christmas cards! My favourite Christmas tradition is the incredible seafood dinner my mom cooks for all of us on Christmas Eve!

  58. I love getting my kids Christmas pjs and a new book that they open Christmas Eve! I love to bake and decorate as well! Love the cute Elves and the samples are gorgeous! ❤️

  59. I think my favorite Christmas tradition is setting up my Disney Christmas houses. My grandchildren like to see them lit up.

  60. My favorite holiday tradition was making popcorn balls with my mom, we had to keep our hands buttered so the hot syrup didn’t stick to them. They were ooey-gooey good!

  61. All the cards are wonderful! My favorite holiday thing is decorating the tree with ornaments friends have given me. It’s like a surprise every year opening the boxes and finding these treasures.

  62. I love all the cards! They are super cute! My favorite holiday tradition is to buy the Christmas tree in the market and walk in the streets on Christmas eve! It is so peaceful especially in snow!
    Hugs
    Eszter from Hungary

  63. Delightful cards! I’m getting anxious to start on my holiday cards!
    My favorite tradition is that my daughter and her boyfriend join us for the day on Christmas!

  64. My favorite tradition is decorating the tree with my kiddos. We used to go hunting for trees, and I loved doing that with my kids, but last year we struck out and couldn’t find one. We will probably have to go for artificial from now on. Bummer. Love this set, and all the beautiful cards from the design team!

  65. My favorite tradition is to all get together. We eat, play games, watch football, eat again, play more games. But the day goes by too quick and then everyone is rushing around back to work and life…………….sigh!

    If only some holidays were maybe 3 days long that would be grand! I would settle for 2 days!

  66. How adorable, this is one of the cutest sets from this release for sure. And I love all of the gorgeous inspiration, too! My favourite holiday tradition is gathering with all the family around the tree and singling Christmas songs and carols – maybe a bit “old school”, but there’s something magical in it!

  67. These images are just darling – love how you have made these wonderful scenes. My fav tradition would be to watch a family movie together in Christmas Eve:)

  68. Our favorite holiday tradition is baking and decorating cookies and riding around the area looking at Christmas lights.
    Love the cards and the Holiday elves. Your design team did an amazing job with their cards.

  69. Every year we buy a movie, usually Christmas themed, and watch it as a family on Christmas Eve. Lots of laughter, lots of love, and of coarse lots of treats to go with it!

  70. Oh, these are too, too cute! My favorite holiday tradition is probably Santa Lucia. My dad lived in Sweden for a couple years, and he brought it back with him. It’s a holiday on December 13th which involves making special saffron rolls that are rolled out into specific shapes, and then the oldest daughter (though my sister and I always traded for fairness reasons) gets dressed up in the special Santa Lucia outfit with her crown of candles and “brings the light” (and the rolls and hot chocolate) on the darkest day of the year. I don’t think I realized how much it meant to me until I went away to college and found myself making the rolls and teaching all my friends how to make the shapes.

  71. This set is so much fun! My favorite holiday tradition is that the whole family gets together for Christmas morning and our stockings always have 2 special items in them: a tangerine to represent health for the coming year and a new penny to represent wealth for the coming year. I’m not sure where the tradition came from but we’ve been doing it as long as I can remember.

  72. Oh my gosh, these are sooo cute!! The one ink blended background would work great with glow in the dark embossing powder — I’m definitely inspired!!

    My favorite holiday tradition, next to decorating the tree, is baking cookies for Santa with the kids. It’s always so fun to let them get messy and decorate the cookies… and it’s something I did with my mom, too, so I’m always so excited to bake them with my kids!

  73. Our favorite holiday tradition is we open presents throughout the day. Then we have time to do or make or play with or try on whatever the gift was that we just opened. We savor each gift and take time with each one making gift opening last all day. My sons love it and expect us to do it that way every year!

  74. My favourite holiday tradition is actually just a recently added one. We have some family friends come over and we have a massive gingerbread house decorating party. The adults get to decorate a large one and the kids get to decorate their own. It is a lot of fun and really brings on the festive mood as we do it a week or two before Christmas. What is yours?

  75. I love Christmas. I don’t have one favorite tradition. I love decorating the tree, the Christmas Eve dinner and we celebrate Three Kings Day when the wise men come to bring gifts for the children.

  76. My favorite tradition is leaving milk and cookies for Santa (and a carrot for Rudolph) on Christmas eve, and watching the surprise in my sons’ eyes on Christmas morning, when they find only the crumbs☺️

  77. My favorite tradition is making an advent calendar for my grandmother. I collect little notes from my aunts and uncles and cousins. My grandmother loves it

  78. My favourite holiday tradition would have to be putting up the tree, with my Mom before I had kids and now with my three lovely kids.

  79. I must get this set! My favorite holiday tradition is baking cookies with my daughter to give to family and friends. Love spending time with her!

  80. My favorite holiday tradition is taking my girls to the Hallmark store so they can choose their ornaments. It is always the start of our holiday season and it is fun to see how their interests change as they get older. Some day they’ll put all of those ornaments on their own trees.

  81. I love this set, thanks so much for the inspiration. My favourite holiday tradition is anything that allows me to spend time with my family. As my daughters have gotten older we have added new members to the family and incorporated their traditions in with ours so we have a real mixed bag of fun! I guess if I had to pick something it would be going to see my Grandson in his school Christmas concert and taking Christmas Eve off to run around and grab all the last minute things everyone needs to make Christmas Day the best ever! 🙂

  82. Awesomely CUTE projects! I have many favorite holiday traditions – decorating the tree, holiday cards, wrapping gifts, baking/eating cookies, exchanging gifts, to name a few…my favorite part of the whole season is just spending family time together while we all have the holidays off!

  83. Love all the projects, so much inspiration and I wasn’t sure about the Really Rainbow Christmas paper but it adds a bright and cheerful feeling to any project! My favourite Christmas tradition has been decorating sugar cookies with my boys!

  84. This year my daughter will be 1 for Christmas. We can’t wait to start new traditions with her! We can’t wait to take her to see all the Christmas decorations at Disneyland! She is going to love it.

  85. My favorite Holiday tradition is dressing up the dog in Holiday attire and taking a picture. Each year the jingle antlers and a Holiday sweater are unpacked for his Holiday photo. Once a year is more than enough for this pooch.

  86. So many awesome ideas, I will definitely use some of these ideas. Our favorite tradition is going to pick out our tree and then trimming it. We all have our own special ornaments.

  87. A recently started tradition for us are piles and piles of treats and goodies sent to work with my husband. There are only 3 of us in our household, and when I get in the Christmas spirit, our bellies can’t keep up, so off to hubby’s work it goes. Tins always come back empty, so I guess the goodies are edible. ; )

  88. This is such an awesome set! I love all the different ways the DT used these cute little elves! I have no doubt more great cards will come from this inspiration!

  89. Wow, these projects are amazing. I love all of the creativity. My favorite holiday tradition is decorating cookies and gingerbread houses with my kids.

  90. My mom & I always have a few days of Christmas baking we do and have tried & true recipes plus every year try a few new ones. It’s just a great time to be together!

  91. TAMALES!!! Christmas is not Christmas without tamales. My mom makes them fresh at home. Can you say CHUBBY issues?? ha-ha

  92. Great cards! Love this cute stamp set. Our favourite Christmas tradition is for all of us in the family to go and see the Christmas decorations at the town hall square.

  93. Our family has the tradition of taking a Saturday to put up the Christmas tree and other decor items. We play Christmas music, have snacks and just enjoy being together.

  94. Our favorite Christmas tradition is baking cookies for Santa on Christmas Eve! It’s the last thing we do for the day so the cookies are nice and fresh for the big guy to enjoy with his cold glass of milk!!!

  95. I think that my favorite holiday tradition is probably making Christmas sweets with my family. One tradition that we did when I was a kid that I would like to start back up again was every day in December leading up to Christmas, we would sing a carol. 🙂

  96. My favorite holiday tradition is hiding the PICKLE ornament in the tree. My dad still does it for us three kids who are 37 (twins) and 42 😉 The prizes have gone from toys to now it’s the BIG BUCKS 🙂 I won $50 last year for my find 🙂

  97. Our favourite holiday tradition is on Christmas Eve, when everyone opens a new pair of pyjamas! This was everyone looks spiffy on Christmas morning!

  98. So many favorite holiday traditions – on a personal level I would say it’s shopping for new Christmas albums. I usually add one or two new ones every year. We also have a rather extensive Dickens Village that my husband puts up and last year he started hiding “Where’s Waldo” in the village for our 4 grandsons to find. I think this will become a new favorite tradition.

  99. Decorating the Christmas tree. We tell stories about each ornament and when we got them.
    Super Fun and Creative cards!!!

  100. Love this set, it’s been my favourite of all the new releases so far!

    My favourite holiday tradition is to make Christmas treats for all the neighbours and then on Christmas Eve, the children visit each neighbour and hand out their treats.

  101. Gorgeous inspiration!!
    My fave holiday tradition is opening presents on Christmas Eve with my Bro and Parents hehe never grow up!!

  102. I love everything of your new release today. I love driving around in nearby neighborhoods looking at everyone’s pretty light displays.

  103. Latkes! My husband’s favorite, and this is the moment to make from scratch and serve with homemade applesauce. It tastes like the holidays!!

  104. Wow the inspiration for this elf heleper stamp set is amazing. Well done ladies. My favorite traditions are baking cookies with my grand children and going to see all the light displays in town.

  105. It was so fun looking at all the designs from Lawn Fawn’s very creative DT. When my girls were small we always let them open one present on Christmas Eve. The rest were saved for Christmas morning. Even though they are all grown now, they still try to talk me into letting them open one on Christmas Eve if they are at my house.

  106. Oh what fun!!! I love all the adorable Christmas cards with the packages, the elves and the toys! One of our favorite holiday traditions is to have a Christmas breakfast with our boys. We have been doing it for years since they were little and even now that they are grown we still have a special Christmas breakfast.

  107. My favorite tradition is spending Christmas Eve with all the family, parents, grandparents, aunts , uncles, cousins and children.

  108. Such a cute set! Love all the projects! My favourite tradition with my family is our seafood dinner on Christmas Eve followed by our gift exchange. With my nephew and niece we do put off the gift exchange until Christmas Day when Santa comes now, but it’s still a fun evening with family.

  109. these helpers are so cute! my favorite “new” holiday tradition right now is watching my son light up when he opens his lego advent calendars and the little toy builds he gets each day.

  110. One of our favorite holiday traditions is adding to our Hallmark ornament collection when the new release comes out in July. We have to go on opening day and everyone gets to pick a favorite ornament to add to the collection.

  111. My favorite holiday tradition is on Christmas Eve, my mom and I read a book called Santa Mouse together. Even if it’s over the phone, we do it. I will be 42 this next May and it still means so much to me.

  112. All of these card designs from the DT are soo cute! My favorite holiday tradition is taking a whole day to bake Christmas cookies with my kids. Nothing beats fresh, warm cookies straight from the oven!

  113. My favorite holiday tradition is going Christmas shopping with friends. We pick a day and leave at 8 am and usually get home after 10pm. I really hate shopping and it’s a long day, but my favorite part is spending time with friends. We’ve been doing this for a lot of years. Thanks for the video. The LF design team always creates fun cards.

  114. I’m Polish and there is no Christmas without pierogi. Making upwards of 300 pierogi around Christmas is a tradition for my family. My own favorite tradition would be making Christmas cards for all my friends and relatives.

  115. Oh wow! Gorgeous cards and adorable holiday helpers! My favorite holiday tradition is cookie day! My mom, aunt, SIL and cousins make Christmas cookies. The kids are good helpers and the guys join us later for a wonderful day.

  116. I’ve always enjoyed getting the Christmas moves out every year or just drinking a cup of hot cocoa with a candy cane. Another favorite tradition of mine is getting to eat the holiday food and dessert

  117. We have a new tradition to fire up our wood fired pizza oven outside and make a Christmas pizza with festive ingredients and then sit and drink it with a glass of wine under the stars

  118. I LOVE all these adorable holiday scenes! Our favorite holiday tradition is something very weird we call the money pot! My dad saves all his change in a big crock pot and after we go to church and open all the gifts and all that, he has my brother lug out this heavy crock pot full of coins and we are each given a shot at plunging in one hand and pulling out a handful of coins. It’s so much fun and we make bets on who made the most money and who guessed closest to the right amount. It’s dumb tradition, but we love it and have the most laughs over it!

  119. I love the idea of the reveal wheel to display toys! So cute! All the holiday ideas are great and can’t wait to use the new sets.

  120. Adorable cards! One of my favorite traditions is watching a Christmas movie with my kids on Christmas Eve—usually Elf or Christmas with the Kranks. Even though we’ve seen them many times, we laugh and have a great time.

  121. My favorite holiday tradition is letting my daughter open her presents from us, taking pictures and just being together as a family without cell phones, computers or TV distraction 😉

  122. Love all the ideas for the Holiday Helpers. My favorite holiday tradition is going to my father’s house on Christmas Eve. I love being able to spend time with my family that lives close to me.

  123. My favorite holiday traditions have changed since the kids moved out. I think the hubby and I need to make new ones! I used to buy an ornament, and jammies for each of the kids for Christmas Eve, then a family game which we would play on Christmas Eve. That was so fun!

  124. On Christmas Eve we will gather at church for a Christmas Eve service. Come home have a small supper and gather around the Christmas tree and read The Night Before Christmas. We have been doing this for almost 21 years now and will continue with the grandchildren.

  125. Oh my stars! So much festive goodness happening here! Favourite holiday tradition: going to Christmas Eve service with my mom, who will be turning 81 on Monday! Love spending Christmas with her!
    ~carol

  126. For Thanksgiving we’ve had to start a kids table because our family has grown, but we call it the “cool kids” table so they don’t feel left out and I always make special treat boxes to leave at the place settings that no one else gets.

  127. Our favorite holiday tradition is having appetizer type finger foods in the livingroom on Christmas eve before we open presents. It’s a fun way to have dinner while getting into the spirit of Christmas Eve. We’re German, so we celebrate Christmas on Christmas Eve, which I guess is another tradition.

  128. Baking and making, these are two of my favorite things. Thank you for all of the making inspiration. So many wonderful projects!

  129. Holiday helpers are so cute. I love all of the cards. We don’t really have any traditions anymore now that the kids are grown and they have their own families although I still love opening a gift on Christmas Eve. We do try to do our big Christmas with our adult kids & our grandbabies on Christmas Eve so that they have Christmas morning with with their families. Thanks so much Lawn Fawn, I love all of your adorable stamps

  130. I just love the scene that were created by these cute elf’s! Favorite holiday tradition, is making ornaments to put on the tree with the kids. (I did as a kid with my mom!) Loved it.

  131. LOVE these little elves and the amazing scenes that were created with them!
    Our favorite holiday tradition is making annual ornaments. Abi does most of them now, but I love that we make something that represents the year for our family.

  132. My favorite tradition is our family talent show. We start with the youngest grandchild and work our way up for Grandpa to share his talent. It is sooo much fun!

  133. My favorite holiday tradition is picking out an ornament for each of my children. I always pick something that was important to them that year and they open it on Christmas Eve.

  134. WOW so many inspiring cards!
    It’s getting more difficult for all to be at the same place at one time with different jobs and extended families but some how we all manage to go to mass on Christmas Eve night, it’s a beautiful time, thanks.

  135. We have quite a few, but one of my favorites is getting the kids new pjs and one special present they all can enjoy together. They get to open these on Christmas Eve, and we spend the evening hanging out, playing with the new present, and listening to Christmas music.

  136. With 30 something kids and the addition of grandkids our traditions have changed every year. I still love the children’s Christmas eve church service and now I get to see the kiddos in the Christmas play and choir.

  137. My favorite holiday tradition is setting the mood by watching It’s A Wonderful Life before decorating the Christmas tree. We used to do this on the eve of Thanksgiving, but now that our son is grown and out of the home, we may wait a day or two later. (And we still hide the pickle)!!!

  138. My favorite holiday tradition is shopping for Christmas presents and making special holiday gifts for people I know. I love the Holiday Helpers set! They are really cute!

  139. Our Christmas tradition is putting up the tree with Christmas carols playing in the background and making Christmas goodies for friends and neighbors.

  140. My favourite tradition is always putting up the tree and decorating it. The house just seems so much more magical after putting it up

  141. Love the Christmas Helpers Set. It is super cute and adorable. I already purchased this. Cant wait to make a card with it. I fell in love with this set the moment I saw it and ordered it as part of the Pre-Sale, among several others of the new sets :). Love this entire release. It could not be more pretty.

  142. Such gorgeous inspiration! My favorite tradition was us going to Christmas Eve service, and then meeting at my grandparents’ house for goodies afterward. My grandma made the best blonde brownies!! 😊💖

  143. What adorable cards!!!
    My favorite tradition Starts on Christmas eve. We have Christmas Eve dinner with my side of the family and open presents, then we take the grandchildren around to see the Christmas lights, then we come back home get dressed into P.J’S and head over to my husband’s parent’s house at about 11:00 P.M. While his parents go to Midnight Mass WE stay behind and make breakfast ( which we eat at around 12:30 A.M. Then we all ( 46 people) gather in the living room while 6 people hand out all the presents. The we open one present at a time Youngest to oldest and then when that is all done we take pictures of all the grandchildren and great grandchildren, Then one of them again but with my husbands parents in it, Then its his parents and their 5 children, then each individual family and then 1 with everybody in it! Then we clean up go home at 5:00 in the morning and then back to his parents house for Christmas dinner at 4:30.

  144. My favourite holidays tradition is our family handmade/cookie exchange! My mom, sisters, nieces and some close family friends gather at my home and everyone either makes cookies or a handmade gifts to share. Love today’s post, so many ideas!

  145. My favorite holiday tradition is the making of our Christmas card!
    This gets really tricky when your kids live all over, but
    it is a fun challenge minus photoshop!

  146. Such cute designs! Thanks for the inspiration. I think my favorite holiday tradition is our Christmas Eve movie. My husband and I always go to the movies on Christmas Eve because we love movies and there’s always a ton of great fills out around the holidays. If you go on Christmas day, the theater is packed, but we’ll go to the latest showing on x-mas eve and it’s usually just a handful of people.

  147. My favorite holiday tradition is to hide the pickle ornament somewhere around the house for my nieces. The one who finds it gets a special gift.

  148. My favorite holiday traditions are really all wrapped around thanksgiving. I love the food, then the shopping, then the decorating for Christmas, then the making xmas cards, then going to the Oregon Zoo lights…. we kept Christmas pretty low key.

  149. Sorry, forgot to say we go to my brother’s house the day after Xmas for his birthday each year and have a family party. xx

  150. Love all these cute scenes created with the adorable Holiday Helpers set!
    My favorite holiday tradition is probably the gathering together on Christmas Eve. We always eat my mom’s delicious potato salad. Also everyone picks a little raffle ticket (with a number inside) to determine the order of unpacking the gifts 😉

  151. My favorite holiday tradition is making cookies … followed by putting up the tree, driving around to look at lights, … 🙂

  152. My favorite holiday tradition was always sleeping in the same room with my siblings on Christmas Eve. It was always fun to be together at night and wake up together excited for Santa.

  153. We always open gifts in order from oldest to youngest. While we are now adults and there aren’t as many gifts, we still do this tradition even with our spouses and all the children.

  154. Amazing inspiration from the design team! This set is adorable and I loved seeing how it was used in all these projects! My favorite holiday tradition is setting up the Christmas tree and the Presepe, which is a Nativity scene. We don’t put up the Presepe anymore, but I have some beautiful memories from my childhood! The tree is a must, and I love setting it up with Christmas music plus in the background!

  155. My favorite tradition is a newer one. My fiancé and I grab our meager supply of holiday decorations, and decorate our home together. We used to go to either his or my parents and didn’t see the point of decorating, but we’re staying home more often and are starting to create our own holiday traditions. It’s nice. Feels very homely.
    Love the little helpers, especially in combination with the Christmas tree!

  156. I loveeee baking with my mom on Christmas Eve! We never really bake otherwise because we are not all that great at it lol. But on Christmas Eve, we do and it’s always so amazing! Somehow everything is perfect then

  157. Fave tradition is as a family, sitting in front of the glowing Christmas tree, with mugs of hot chocolate and a homemade milk-chocolate cookie. In all the above sample creations, each one of them is totally different, yet using same stamp set. Holiday Helpers. Dies sure make life more simple!

  158. My favorite holiday tradition is waking my brother up on Christmas morning….usually about 2 or 3 hours before he wants to. 🙂

  159. I started my own tradition of making christmas cookies with a theme…around the world, coffee, shaped, etc. It’s fun to research and then choose 6-10 of the best ones to make giveaway plates!

  160. As for my favorite tradition for Christmas… Was to decorate the Christmas tree with different themes every year… 1 year I did not feel like putting up the tree (do to a surgery) so my kids said they would…my daughter made it look like a Michigan tree …all knowing that I’m a Ohio State Buckeye fan

  161. Putting out the cookies and carrots on Christmas Eve for Santa and his reindeer, my mother in law’s stuffing, and laughing with the family.

  162. Favorite tradition… probably just Christmas Eve in general! Giving the kids special pajamas, reading the night before Christmas, getting everything set up while they are in bed!

  163. I don’t have any particular traditions for the holiday season. But I have been setting up Christmas tree and decorating them for past few years.

  164. The cards and stamp set are just adorable.
    My favorite holiday tradition is baking butter tarts and cookies with my sisters and nieces.

  165. These stamps are so cute. Favorite holiday tradition is going around the different neighborhoods looking at Christmas decorations and playing Christmas carols on the radio.

  166. My favorite holiday tradition is decorating with all my family our tree and all the house with Christmas decoration on December 8th. In Italy this day is holiday and the starts of Xmas time.

  167. SQUEAL!! AMAZING Inspiration!! My FAVORITE Holiday Tradition is Celebrating my Dads Birthday and Christmas Eve all together on the 24th of December!! We Spend the WHOLE Day together and then go to Midnight Mass together as a Family too!! Its ALWAYS been that way from as far back as I can remember and I’ve only missed it just a Couple Times!! The Holidays, are just NOT the same with out this time to Celebrate Together!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!!

  168. These little helpers are soooo precious !! My favourite hoday tradition is very simple but I like exchanging gifts with my family. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Love, Marjorie
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

  169. Our favorite holiday tradition is Elf on the Shelf for my daughter. We enjoy thinking of fun things our elf can do to put a smile on my daughters face when she wakes up in the morning.

  170. The elves are just adorable. I don’t think I really have a favorite tradition. We usually put up out tree the weekend of Thanksgiving so that’s a tradition. But not sure I’d call it a favorite because it takes a long time to string all those lights. LOL

  171. Love this stamp set! It’s my favorite of all the latest release!!!! My favorite tradition is decorating Christmas cookies with family.

  172. My current favorite tradition is the Christmas Ship with my husband’s family. It’s a 3 hour cruise looking at Christmas lights and singing carols, etc. Now that I’ve had my first baby this year, I’m excited to start some new traditions of our own as well.

  173. These elves are so cute!!!! My favorite holiday tradition is driving around on Christmas Eve with my family and looking at all of the Christmas lights on all of the houses.

  174. Love, love, love these holiday helpers! My favourite Christmas tradition is preparing the Nativity scene next to the tree with my family on the 8th December

  175. We love going to cut down our own tree on Black Friday. 🙂 (no getting trampled by shoppers in stores, but of course I do a little online shopping) These elves are adorable! My kids love making scenes with sets like this!

  176. My favorite holiday tradition is two things! Baking cookies that you can decorate, and trimming the tree! Although, making Christmas cards might be my new holiday fave now that I have so many fun supplies!

  177. Oh I just love all of these holiday cards I can’t wait for winter now! I love decorating our tree together as a family 🙂

  178. Amazing release, so fun and cute. Love ALL the fabulous cards and video!!! My family loves baking cookies together and sharing them with the neighbors.

  179. So many sweet details on each and every card! Watching the movie White Christmas is a tradition I really enjoy along with our 12 days of Christmas card/gift exchange leading up to the big day.

  180. Love these cute little helpers! Such inspiration pairing them up with Christmas Dreams, l now know what my Christmas cards will be this year.

  181. We enjoy the family time, everyone comes together with happiness and good cheer. This year will be different as Dad will not be with us, so I am thinking we might have new traditions that we start. Love the designs and look forward to creating my Christmas cards this year.

  182. My favorite holiday tradition is putting up our Christmas tree. It includes ornaments that my three children have picked out or those that they have made, ornaments from our travels, as well as reminders of milestones through the years. We finish it off with homemade paper chain and popcorn garlands.

  183. I’m making new traditions as I no longer have any family & am unmarried. For now, it is mostly watching certain holiday movies 🙂

  184. I thinking spending Christmas morning with my family, opening our stockings and having French toast for breakfast is my favorite tradition.

  185. My favorite holiday tradition is first opening sock gifts, then eating breakfast (our traditional menu), then opening presents. Every year like clockwork!

  186. I am looking forward to Thanksgiving- last year it was just my husband and myself and we had a blast. I plan on making that a tradition by doing the same thing this year!

  187. As I scrolled through the inspiration, I kept saying this one’s my fav. Then it was the next one, and the next—you get the idea. They were all ah-mazing!

  188. These Holiday Helpers come at the right time to bring the smiles on the faces of the recipients of my cards! I want to thank the design team and staff of Lawn Fawn for this wonderful time of the year!

  189. My fave tradition is to watch the toy show ( and Irish live show that has variety acts and children reviews of toys) and have a party

  190. My favorite tradition is just getting together with the family on Christmas Eve. It’s nice having family time before the “Big Day”.

  191. These truly capture the magic of the season, make me feel like a kid again. We have a tradition of going outside for a walk on Christmas Eve with my son to watch the skies for signs of Santa. So magical!

  192. We only really have one holiday tradition and that’s to go to the hallmark store every year and pick out a new christmas ornament for the tree.

  193. When I was younger the tradition was that on the day we decorated the tree, my parents would give my brother and me each our own new ornament each year. By the time we moved out to our own houses, we had a great start to decorating our own trees. Every year it’s always fun to go through the ornament storage box and pull out all the old ornaments I remember from so many years ago.

  194. I think decorating our Christmas tree and our putting on our live Nativity on Christmas Eve are two of my favorites! I love Christmas!!!

  195. My favorite holiday tradition is decorating the Christmas tree all together as a family while listening to our favorite Christmas albums!

  196. I pick up a special ornament each year for each of my 3 grandchildren. I write each child a letter to go with each ornament. They usually reflect activities or interests that particular year. I put them away in a collection for for each child to give them on their first Christmas out on their own.

  197. Lovely creations! This is just such a fabulous release. Every Christmas we take our daughter to buy a new decoration for the Christmas tree. We write the year on the decoration and when we decorate the tree it is fun to see how my daughter’s tastes have changed from the sparkly pink star she insisted we buy when she was 18 months old, through to the cute animal decorations from the last view years. We also buy extra presents for the local abused women shelter and drop them off in person (if we can).

  198. Holiday Helpers send goose bumps up my arms with the happiness that we can bring to the homes of those we love! What fun these little helpers are having in the samples that the design team so wonderfully have put together! Thank you so much to the staff and design team of Lawn Fawn.

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