Lawn Fawn Intro: Simply Celebrate Winter, Simply Winter Sentiments, Winter Scripty Sentiments

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!

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!
Our Holiday Helpers post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Simply Celebrate Winter and its coordinating dies along with Simply Winter Sentiments and Winter Scripty Sentiments! Get ready to celebrate winter! These rows of images make it easy to create quick (but cute) greeting cards. This set coordinates with the sentiments in Simply Winter Sentiments and Winter Scripty Sentiments to help you celebrate the holiday season! The Design Team has made the most amazing samples! And we have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways to use these sets!

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It’s all in the details when making a simply beautiful card with Simply Celebrate Winter and Simply Winter Sentiments! I love how Latisha used watercolor on the Woodgrain cardstock, the texture of the paper looks amazing with the pretty pastel color!

This sweet row of Simply Celebrate Winter snowmen color coordinate perfectly with Audrey‘s gorgeous ink-blended Snowfall Backdrop sky! Even the Winter Scripty Sentiments is a color match stamped in Peacock ink! The Stitched Snowflakes add frosty fun!

Nicole created a lovely one-layer scene with the row of houses colored in pretty pastel colors! She added details with snow from Snow Cool stamped in Manatee ink and the sentiment stamped in Lobster ink!

Kay‘s beautiful card has a fresh design by combining Woodgrain cardstock and Really Rainbow Christmas paper! I love how she layered the trees with the snowmen for double the cuteness!

Rainbow colors and the shimmer of gold acrylic paint make Melissa‘s simply designed card set so extraordinary! I love how she die cut the Winter Big Scripty Words from Pixie Dust cardstock to add to the sparkle!

Wow! Elena‘s amazing Copic coloring adds super fun detail to her Simply Celebrate Winter design! The background stamping really pops by coloring the background and adding a bit of red to the Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Window gives her little scene (with a snowman from Ready, Set, Snow) lots of impact! The Winter Scripty Sentiment is white embossed it on Black Licorice cardstock!

Yainea‘s charming card has a sweet stamped background with the row of trees from Simply Celebrate Winter! The cute little reindeer is found in Toboggan Together! I love how the gold-embossed Winter Scripty Sentiment coordinates with the Gold Sparkle cardstock from the Holiday pack!

I love how Lizzy assembled her sweet winter scene on a Stitched Circle Stackable cut from Really Rainbow Christmas paper! Such a clever idea to add Santa and his reindeer from Winter Skies! Prisma glitter gives the snow on the rooftops some shimmery sparkle!

Megan created a fun Double Slider Surprise card by mixing and matching Sprinkled with Joy, Oh Snap and Baked with Love with our new sets Simply Celebrate Winter and Simply Winter Sentiments!

I just love how Megan added the border of gingerbread cookies to the kitchen counter! You can almost smell the yummy gingerbread fresh from the oven!

Chari‘s gorgeous card set combines the colors of Really Rainbow Christmas with the rainbow colored Simply Celebrate Winter images! I love how she paired Winter Scripty Sentiments with Simply Winter Sentiments to create the festive Christmas greetings!

Nichol colored the Simply Celebrate Winter house border with bright and cheerful color and designed the card with lots of white space! I love how she used two ink colors to stamp the greeting! The Stitched Borders detail finishes this beautiful card design!

Elise created a delightful set of Christmas cards with happy greetings using our featured sentiment sets! I love how she paired up the Say What? Christmas Critters with a larger buddy from Toboggan Together, Winter Unicorn and Winter Alpaca! The cute speech bubbles and messages are also in Say What? Christmas Critters!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Simply Celebrate Winter 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 for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Simply Celebrate Winter and its coordinating dies, Simply Winter Sentiments and Winter Scripty Sentiments! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us if you like to make card sets or one of a kind cards for the holidays 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, Saturday September 15th for our next inspiration week post!

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320 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Simply Celebrate Winter, Simply Winter Sentiments, Winter Scripty Sentiments

  1. I kinda do both, I will make about 3 or 4 of the same kind of card design then do another until I have made all that I need

  2. I usually make about 80 cards–10 of each design. Last year though, waited until December so I mass produced 80 all of the same design. I’m happy to say that so far I have made 40 cards (4 designs) and it’s only September!!! Of course, 30 of those are with Lawn Fawn sets.

  3. Love all the cards, and Megan’s hit it out of the park – such detail!! And I really love the idea of creating fun backgrounds with the “Simply celebrate Winter” stamps 🙂

  4. For the most part I make card sets for the holidays with the exception of my parents, in laws, and our siblings. They get specialized cards instead. Thanks for making awesome sets for cards sets!

  5. I almost always make all 80 of my cards the same. Thanks so much for putting the bit in the video about how to color the green and white trees, I was wondering that as I watched! Love this blog!

  6. Hi!! I’m talking from Portugal!
    I’m in love with these projects!!!
    Normally, I make 2 or 3 identical cards. However, to offer to my family I make unique ones. 🎄

  7. I usually only make one card at a time, but after watching the fantastic video I might just have to give a set of cards a go.

  8. I’m a “one of a kind” card person. Two of a kind at the most. I just love the creative process more than the mass production.

  9. I usually make about 100 Christmas cards and usually do about 4-6 identical. But I also make some individualized cards for the special peeps! I love this stamp set!

  10. I’ve never made my own holiday cards before…which is weird since I make all other types of cards. One of these days I’ll make a huge set. Your products should help with that challenge. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  11. I usually make somewhere around 50 cards or so. I make five or six the same, so around ten different designs, if that makes sense! 🙂

  12. I enjoy making several designs with, say, 4 to 6 of each. It’s just too much fun when Lawn Fawn has so dang many cute stamps & dies!

  13. Love the card made by Megan Quinn! I like making one of a kind cards for the holidays. I normally do not make a lot so it is easy to change the design for each one.

  14. Love the card ideas. I make some cards the same and some different. Depends on how much time I have to get cards done. Lawn Fawn is the best. Thanks for giveaways.

  15. I usually make batches of about 8-12 of one design, and make at least 5-10 different designs depending on the year’s demands.Anything more than 12 of the same design and I get too bored.

  16. I love how versatile these sentiments are, there are so many options and they will be great for giving old sets new ideas!

  17. I just love the amazing samples for the DT! I usually only make one of each card, but I have been considering making sets!

  18. I love making one of a kind cards for everyone. Every once in awhile I will make
    a set of 3-4 that are the same design but different characters.
    The cards shown today are simply amazing!!

  19. I like to make several cards of the same design. I go in assembly line fashion and it works easily for me. Love the Simply Winter set. I can see that being used many times over and over again.

  20. Oh I love sets like this – they are perfect for making your own customized patterned paper as your team has shown and I like them to make envelopes look more festive too. I do both actually, I will start making cards sets for the holidays and then I will make unique cards suited for different individual people tailored to their interests (dog cards for dog people, cat cards for cat people, candy for folks with a sweet tooth, more masculine cards for men, etc.). Thanks for the chance to win! Your holiday releases are the BEST!

  21. I always end up only making one of a kind cards! But I love each one that sometimes I might make another version of it! These cards are so cherry and merry and bright! They are so much fun! 💗💗💗💗

  22. Great cards made by the design team!! I like to make holiday cards individually and make some in sets. Usually for our parents and son I personalize them. The cards I make in sets go to friends and other family members.

  23. I mostly make one of a kind cards, but sometimes I do two or three similar cards in a row. They are never identical though.

  24. I generally like to make a set layout but the colors or materials may vary a bit. It would be a bit difficult to make 45 or 50 different cards for the holiday. I love these designs so much. Great job, DT!!!

  25. Love these new sets! I like to mass produce for the holiday! These would be perfect for that! Thanks for the videos too! They always make me spend more money!!!

  26. I LOVE the idea of making card sets for Christmas, but usually run out of time to do so. Last year was the exception, I made a number of the Scalloped Pop-Up Card boxes using the Here We Come a Waddling set for my co-workers who all loved them! I watched the Simply Celebrate Winter and Winter Sentiments last night. Each project is cuter than the one before. So much fun! I love Lawn Fawn!

  27. I love the ideas for the “Simply Celebrate Winter” set! I can’t wait to try some of the projects – thank you for the inspiration.

  28. I tend to make 2 or so that are the same and the I come up with a new one. I find it exciting to come up with different designs.

  29. I usually do a variety of card and A set of cards also. I start off saying I am just going to do a set of Christmas cards but then I end up making a variety of cards to. I love making Christmas cards.

  30. I have done both. I was making card sets for my Christmas cards, but now with all the cute Christmas stamp sets I am making more one of a kind to give out. I think that in the end I actually enjoy making both sets and one of a kind.

  31. More great sets! The Simply Celebrate Winter stamps would be great for envelopes, too. I like to make unique cards for everyone. Thank you for the chance to win!

  32. I prefer one of a kind card making even for the holidays. But sometimes it’s nice to do a set. I love these tiny stamps… The designers knocked the ball out of the park this week. Love the oven so much I pinned it.

  33. Gorgeous inspiration!! For the holidays I tend to make a whole batch of one design, but like to mix up the colours and patterned papers to make them all a bit different!!

  34. I try to make one unique card over and over for the holiday season. Any other time, I will make my card personal to the recipient. I love these cards on today’s post! So pretty and festive! 🙂

  35. Wow, these are fantastic examples using the new products! I love the rows of tiny Christmas images– so sweet!

    I don’t make handmade cards for Christmas… I love receiving family photo cards, so that’s what I send. For the past few years, I’ve been designing my own using digital scrapbook products.

  36. Right now I make one of a kind cards but soon (after I receive my Stamparatus) I will make sets! Look out friends for Christmas gifts!

  37. From more simple to very involved these DT projects are amazing, I always love how the DT coordinates past sets with the new release! Lawn Fawn has always done an amazing job with add-on sets and coordinating products! For my Christmas cards, I like to use and experiment with my collection and try new techniques so I make many different cards but usually 2-4 of each design. If you have all the materials out you may as well make a few! Then if I don’t need them all, I can box up a few as a hostess gift or stocking stuffer!

  38. While I always like the personal touches of one of a kind cards those are usually left for family member only due to time, for the rest I will make a number of different sets.

  39. If you asked me to pick a favorite card from this group, would “All of them!” be an okay answer! They are all AMAZING! Serious inspiration here!

  40. I do both. I really like the Simply Celebrate Winter set. Having it showcased with the colors used really inspires me. I’ll probably make sets of those first.

  41. I have always made one of a kind cards, and occasionally 2 or 3 of the same card. I have been thinking about doing some card sets though, and Simply Celebrate Winter is perfect for that! I love that one.

  42. I would love to make individual cards, but I usually find myself in a time crunch, so it is easier to make card sets. With all this wonderful inspiration, maybe this is the year for individual cards.

  43. I usually make sets of holiday cards because it’s too much to make 50 unique cards! I’d have to start in February 😛

  44. Such cute inspiration!!! I usually mass produce my cards since I send so many out and also contribute to card drives:)

  45. Oh, oh, oh, these are just so adorable!!! I LOVE the little line of snowmen!! And that double surprise slider card is amazing!! I usually make individual and unique Christmas cards to send. That is until it gets too close to Christmas and I need to get the last few made and sent, then I have no problem making some mass produces sets!

  46. Another array of awesome today! I’ll be watching the video with rapt attention this afternoon!
    My idea of ‘mass producing’ is about 5-6 of the same design. I send about 50-60 cards (all hand-made) and create about 20 for my mom to send. THEN, there’s the mini cards I make for my niece and nephew’s classmates…close to 60. This year, for my niece’s Gr. 3 class, I’ll be using a combination of reveal wheel images and unicorns; for my nephew…he’s still deciding what ‘we’ will make for his Gr. 1 buddies. I know the reveal wheel images are on his list. What he’ll pair them with, I don’t know. May have to get a Yeti for him *grin*
    ~carol

  47. So many rows and rows and of cuteness!!! LOVE them all! 🙂 I like to make one of a kind cards in particular and only make sets once in a great while! Thanks for the great inspiration!

  48. Love the line of trees and the snowmen.
    So many fabulous ideas for using this release.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  49. I love this stamp set so much and can’t wait to start playing with it! The projects shown here are so inspirational! I prefer to make one-of-a-kind Christmas cards, but that definitely takes longer than making a set of the same cards. I just like to personalize each and every one depending on the recipient.

  50. I love the color scheme for these cards. That’s what I want to use for my Christmas cards this year. I’m planning on using my Sprinkled with Joy Stamp set. I also love the card with the partial die cut scalloped circle. That’s a great idea.

  51. I do both. I try to make large sets for the majority of my Holiday card giving. That way I make sure to not make something similar next year. I also like making one of a kind cards when it’s something more complicated or time consuming. I’ll give those ones to specific family members or friends who are also crafty 🙂

  52. I’ve only been making cards for a month or 2 now, and I’ve only made them for the Lawn Fawn Challenges so far. I’m not sure if I would like to make sets or singular cards. Just based on how long it takes me to make 1 card, I’m going to say – singular cards.

    On a separate note. OMG – I love, love, love Megan’s gingerbread baking card with the double slider and all of the interactive goodies. Just amazing!

  53. I like making one card at a time, for the most part. Each card is so unique and I have so many different design ideas in my head that it’s going to take me forever to try to make them all.

  54. I usually make just one design of card for the holidays. But the cards you demo’ed I would consider one design, except for the “snow globe” card. Great ideas for using these sets.

  55. I do a little of both. I never make more than 4 of 5 of the same card because I get bored, and sometimes I’ll create one really special card for someone I love.

  56. I like to make individual cards for my closest friends and family at Christmas. Then, I’ll make several of the same card for others that I still want to send a personal card to but I don’t feel like it has to be individualized.

  57. Well, I like to make unique cards the most because I don’t have as many people to make cards for, but I am working on a set to give my sister so she can give to her knitting friends. I think if there was a TON of cards I needed to do, I would do similar ‘set’ like cards to save time.

  58. Oh my goodness, these are so adorable! Megan’s kitchen double slider card is absolutely amazing! I don’t usually make sets of cards, I prefer to make unique designs, but every now and again I make a “collection” that could pass for a set 🙂

  59. Hi! I make lots of cards and I usually make multiples of each design. So actually I really do both, make a unique design but then duplicate it as well.
    Thanks!

  60. I have around 75 cards to produce for Christmas, so completely one of a kind is not an option (for me). However, I get bored with mass producing, so typically, i make no more than 4 of any one design. Best of both worlds! : )

  61. Love these cards and the sets that they are made from. I tend to make individual cards more than card sets because I love to tailor my cards for the person I am giving them to. Mind you, Lawn Fawn sets and some of these examples would be so easy to create as sets. 🙂

  62. I love the simply celebrate winter stamps. Mini everything! I used to make one of a kind cards over the holidays but now I feel like making sets is a better way to keep track of who got what, haha. Thanks for all the ideas and videos! I’m learning new techniques all the time.

  63. I usually always make cards sets… it’s easier when you’re making a lot of cards. However, very special people get very special cards… Love Lawn Fawn!

  64. I like to make card sets as gifts, and I also send about 25 cards out to people for each holiday. I try to make 2 or 3 different designs when I’m making the holiday cards.

  65. I love making card sets and giving them away at christmas time. It is where most of my card making time goes too. It also makes me feel better that I have used a stamp set or die at least 10 times.

  66. I usually make card sets, but for my family and friends I make always unique cards! All the cards on the blog are very inspiring!

  67. Snowmen, trees and critters, oh my! Everything is sooo cute! My usual way for doing Christmas cards is one of a kind however I do a set of cards for my FIL to send every Christmas. He likes religious cards so it gives me an excuse to buy a new set each year so I’m not repeating the set. LOL!

  68. Beautiful stamps and dies sets and fantastic cards ! I always hope I’ll be able to create cards series, but I always end up by creating one card at a time, with some luck two !!! But I still hope to get better – LOL !

  69. I love the Simply Celebrate Winter Set! Which is funny because I do hate winter and snow. But I love snowmen, little
    villages, ornaments… I am making sets of cards to give away. The sentiments are so neat and can be used on so many cards. Thanks for all the inspiration!

  70. Oh my goodness, the design team did a tremendous job show casing Simply Celebrate Winter stamp set.
    The cards are amazing.
    For Christmas cards I like to pick 3 or 4 designs and make sets of them.

  71. I haven’t been cardmaking enough to know which way I like to go. I suspect that I like card sets, just because I’m a really slow crafter, so batch-making is helpful for actually getting things out. But thus far, I tend to go for one-of-a-kind, so I don’t know! I guess we’ll see this Christmas.

  72. I really like making each of my Christmas cards unique-I rarely have duplicates unless I really like the design. Thanks for the chance to win!

  73. I always seem to make OOAK cards but I really need to make some sets as the above are just scrummy 🙂 so much inspiration thank u so very much 🙂 x

  74. I always start out planing to make four cards the same (four bases from one sheet of 8 1/2 x 11) but my plan always falls through. Usually because I need a card right away 😉 and the rest sit until I need another card. So they all end up different (and unique).

  75. Omg those little snowmen are so cute!! I want them 😭😭😭 Lawn Fawn issss my all time favorite! Keep on designing the best stamps!

  76. I like to do a mix of both card sets and individual cards. It all depends on what I am using and if I can easily reproduce a card. 🙂

  77. I usually try for at least 4 of one design, but sometimes for holidays I do more than that. I like to make enough Christmas cards for the caring hearts card drive, so mass producing is a must!

  78. I like to make one of a kind originals to give out at Christmas. I usually do not have time to make sets during Christmas, but I like to make sets to give out for birthdays throughout the year.

  79. I usually make card sets. However, it depends on the year. Sometimes I like to make one of a kind cards for special people. I love this set especially Nichol, Megan, and Kay’s cards!!

  80. I mostly make one of a kind cards but will make sets for other people as gifts.
    More awesome inspiration today, thanks!!!

  81. I really loved all of the great inspiration today from cards made by your new release. I love to make individual cards.

  82. I usually make a stack of the same design to have on hand. But I also make some one of a kind also. Just depends why I’m sending it. CUTE projects!

  83. I usually only have time to make individual cards, but would like to make card sets. These samples are so cute and look like they would be easy to make into sets. I need to go shopping! Lol! Love these sets.

  84. These are incredible! The DT has really outdone themselves and that is hard to do. I love to make individual, personalized cards.

  85. I make sets of cards for the holidays. I usually choose 3 or 4 designs so that I don’t get bored making the exact same card too many times.

  86. I usually only make one-off cards, but I have been known to occasionally make more than one of the same design. I have only ever made one set of cards, and they were birthday themed.

  87. I love the Simply Celebrate Winter set! Those snowmen are like little baby snowmen 🙂
    I usually make the same style of card for my Christmas card, maybe not identical, but close.

  88. Love this set especially for mash producing! Over the course of the year I make a lot of one of a kind cards for Christmas, when we get to the fall (as in NOW) I chose a design to mass produce so,that I have lots of cards when the holidays arrive! Awesome inspiration by your dream team today!

  89. I usually make individual cards but for the holidays I create one card and make multiples to send out. Love the versatility of this set!!

  90. I’m so new to card making I have only made 2 cards total at this point, lol! But I think I will be a multi card maker…seems more practical…but I’ll have to get back to you on that….

  91. So cute! I love the clean and simple images and sentiments! I rarely make more than 1 of the same card, but I do enjoy doing sets of similar cards.

  92. I really enjoy simple sentiment that has great impact
    with little labor.
    It is a difficult task to obtain,
    however, your flexible stamps and dies make
    it easier!

  93. I like to make cards in groups of 4-5 and then a few special personalized cards. It’s too much work to create a customer card for each person, but if I make 5-6 designs, I can spread out who gets what so it feels like they are more personal.

  94. I’m a big fan of outdoor scenes for Xmas cards. So many goodies here, but I do have a soft spot for gingerbread men. I like to make batches of Xmas cards and this year I’ve gone for traditional colours but a bit darker with decorated wreathes and poinsettias. Lots of glitter and charms too. xx

  95. These sentiments are so versatile and the DT have showcased them beautifully. I like to use the same general layout but change a few elements to make each one unique.

  96. We normally do a photo card, but I do like to make gift tags … and I prefer to make them all different (but with a theme throughout, to match the wrapping paper).

  97. Occasionally I make card sets, however I prefer to create one of a kind cards. I get bored easily so I like to change things up quite often!!

  98. I would only make card sets as gifts. For the holidays, every card is different, mostly because I want to use all my Lawn Fawn Christmas sets at least once.
    I love the little row of images in Simply Celebrate Winter. Especially the row of trees could be very helpful in making a quick forest.

  99. I do them both because I usually do a craft fair. I make special one just for family and friends and duplicates for the craft fair.

  100. Sometimes I like a card design so much I’ll try to do a couple. But I also really love trying new ideas so I tend to switch it up and try to make unique cards too!

  101. So many whimsical characters, and so many creatively talented designers showing their creations. I usually make only one card type at a time unless the card is for a holiday with mass mailing.

  102. Oh my goodness all these projects are so cute!!! Very inspiring! I absolutely love them all but man I really LOVE Megan’s baking/oven flip card!!! So so very awesome! Ok so.. , The answer is YES! I create and make my own Christmas cards every year! I make one design for a card and then I replicate it and like an assembly line, I get to work to make the desired amount that I will need. 🙂
    Hugs,
    Jo in Jersey

  103. one of a kind cards and then the production line! I make 40-50 and I think having a set of cards and then choosing which one best fits the recipient would be too many decisions at a busy time.

  104. I love making card sets for Christmas all of these cards have been wonderful inspirations to try making individual ones this year thank you for the card ideas

  105. I usually try to make multiples of my cards to send to various people. I usually only make about 5 of each card, then I want to do something else. The only exception is I am in a Stamps Club and we exchange Christmas cards are they need to be similar, some people use different paper for their cards, but the stamps and layout are the same.

  106. I usually don’t have the time to make sets. I make one by one cards, or more usually treats to give the family and decorate envelopes.

  107. Oh – so many gorgeous cards from the DT! I really love Melissa’s with the splash of gold paint to ground the cute images! I make one-off cards for those who’ll appreciate them, then mass produce a set of simple ones for the girls’ school friends and any others we need them for.

  108. I love making Christmas cards…I normally make one design for everyone…and make Christmas tags also
    P.S.. I love the gingerbread card in super cute…may have to scrap lift that one

  109. Fabulous inspiration! I tend to make “sets” in that I duplicate the card to use for multiple people over several years.

  110. My daughters and I make cards for their classes for valentines. They are more simple, but we crank them out! This past year we used “wheelie like you”. And “dog park”. Other than that marathon every year, my cards are generally unique.

  111. I always make one of a kind, cuz it’s boring for me to make the same cards. I love the process of designing the most when I make a card, so I always design different cards for different recipients. Hardly never the same card.

  112. I make a lot of cards (50+) for Christmas. I like to either make sets of cards with slightly variations or groups of 10 that are the same. I try to get them done early so I can work on other holiday projects.

  113. I do both. I like to make one of a kind cards for my friends & family.(I’ll be honest, sometimes they all get the same card because I run out of time) I make card sets for my Mom for her to send. I also make the same card for my coworkers. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  114. SQUEAL!! AMAZING Inspiration!! I like to do BOTH!! I LOVE creating one of a kind Cards, but I also LOVE to make Gift Sets for Gifts!! THANKS SO MUCH for the chance to WIN and have a FABULOUS WEEK!!

  115. So many adorable cards !! Looking at these put me in a Holiday spirit in a heart beat !! About the question, I tend to do cards in set, unless I want to try out something. Thanks for the opportunity to win ! Love, Marjorie
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

  116. Love the scripty words! Awesome projects! I especially love the gingerbread oven pull card and the added opening oven door is perfect!

  117. I do both. I typically play around with individuals until I find one I really like, then duplicate my favorite for our family card to all of our friends and family.

  118. Super adorable cards! I like creating both one of a kind holiday cards as well as card sets. The card sets make it more of an “annual” unique design that people can look forward to.

  119. Oh my goodness, these card samples from everyone are absolutely AWESOME! I tend to make more one of a kind type cards each Christmas.

  120. Rainbows everywhere have my heart skipping a beat! Love all of these projects (…and PRODUCTS!!) I really prefer making card sets! I like assembly lines and quick execution for multiple cards – make it go faster when I’m making more than one card!

  121. I LOVE all of these wonderful snowy scenes! As early as July, I am already making holiday cards for different blogs and challenges and so on, but when it comes to my own holiday cards, I usually select one design and make about 50 cards, all the same design. All of my other cards I usually donate to a card drive.

  122. What a “kick off” to our winter fun in using the winter products that Lawn Fawn has developed. I can hardly wait to hear the comments from my friends and family as they receive the cute cards that I create from these items! Thanks Lawn Fawn, Staff.

  123. Love the combination of the new and old critters! I mostly make one of a kind cards although I’m tempted to try making a card set.

  124. Amazing release, so fun and cute. Love ALL the fabulous cards!!! I make one of a kind, which means I start making them now. Thanks for all the inspiration.

  125. These awesome products from Lawn Fawn are awesome and are so much fun to share with family and friends. I have one friend who has saved every card that I gave her and has an entire scrapbook full of them. She thinks my creative ability has improved greatly over the years and in part is due to the samples that the design team from Lawn Fawn share with us. Thank you!

  126. I just love the simply celebrate sets! Those snowmen…too cute!!! I make a combination of multiples of one design, then some one of a kind cards too.

  127. I usually make one of a kind cards for birthdays, new baby, anniversary, etc. Because I send out so many cards at Christmas, I pretty much stick to making one card and mass produce it. I enjoyed seeing all of these very creative Christmas cards.

  128. I usually make sets for Christmas. But am just getting back into card making so after seeing all of these ideas I may need to make lots of different cards.

  129. I make a few of each kind. I don’t like too much repetitive work, but enjoy making 3-5 of a design. This way i can use more stamps, too!

  130. I normally make all of my holiday cards the same- I find it easier to make sure I am not repeating things year after year. Loving all of the new inspiration!!

  131. It’s been a long time since I’ve made Holiday Cards, but in the past I always did them batch mode…one card design for everyone.

  132. Love these!!! I usually make one card at a time … But every once and a while I make card sets. I like to make lots of Thank You cards at once 🙂 and I have made card sets as gifts. Yahoo!

  133. This is my first year ever making cards for Christmas and I was only inspired to do so when I came across Lawn Fawn stamps and dies for the first time. You are all truly inspiring!!

  134. It seems to take me forever to make cards, so I don’t do many and they’re always one of a kind. I love Chari’s and Elise’s sets, though, so maybe I should try doing something like that to get more cards made. I really love Elena’s cute snowmen card, too!

  135. I used to only make one-of-a-kind cards but now I have several older women who are not well I send a card to each week so I have started making sets to save time.

  136. I’ve never made Christmas cards before, this year will be my first time. I think I’ll probably make sets, just for convenience, but out closest family and friends will get one of a kind cards, probably interactive 🙂

  137. I love to make one of a kind cards and I design them with the specific person in mind. Making Christmas cards is my favourite type of cards to make.

  138. We all can celebrate the winter season with this set from Lawn Fawns’ staff and design team. What an appropriate time to present these to us so that we can smile and not think about the “warm” days of summer ending this week! It will be fun to share these with my family and friends this winter season!

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