Lawn Fawn Intro: Winter Skies, Snowfall Backdrop: Landscape, Snowfall Backdrop: Portrait

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 six places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!
Our Holiday Helpers post!
Our Simply Celebrate Winter, Simply Winter Sentiments, Winter Scripty Sentiments post!
Our Thanks a Latte post!
Our Reveal Wheel Square, Shooting Star and Snowflake Add-On post!
Our Really Rainbow Christmas post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Winter Skies and its coordinating dies, Snowfall Backdrop: Landscape and Snowfall Backdrop: Portrait! Your holiday wishes will come true with this cute set of critters in Winter Skies! This set is great for holiday cards, and other winter crafts! Snowfall Backdrop is perfect for creating a falling snow backdrop for your cards! It comes in both landscape and portrait to give lots of flexibility with cards and crafts! The Design Team has made the most amazing samples! And we have 2 videos at the end showcasing some fun ways to use this new set!

Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Elena gathered an adorable group of Winter Skies critters to keep watch for Santa! I love how she embossed the sleigh and reindeer with silver embossing powder and set them in the gorgeous blue Snowfall Backdrop sky! The polka dots she added to the critter’s scarves is a super cute detail!

This set looks so perfect in Melissa‘s Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up! The bright happy colors of the scarves and trees look amazing with the Pixie Dust Sparkle “snow”! I love how Santa’s sleigh and reindeer are added using an acetate strip to they appear to be flying across that amazing ink blended sky!

Megan‘s gorgeous card captures the beauty of an Autumn day perfectly! The colors of the trees, leaves and pumpkins contrast with the blue of the sky and the green hills! The Winter Skies bears are sharing a Knit Picky Fall scarf while the baby bear from Beary Happy Holidays and the Happy Harvest birds fill out this amazing scene! Megan created the landscape with Leafy Tree Backdrop, Stitched Windy Backdrop, Stitched Tree Borders, Stitched Hillside Borders and Grassy Hillside Borders!

Elise used a bit of ink blending to suggest a cold snowy sky and added some white embossed snowflakes to further enhance the frosty feel! The Winter Skies bears are keeping warm by cuddling up!

The cute fox and raccoon are snuggling together to keep warm in Nichol‘s snowy Snowfall Backdrop scene! The sentiment looks so fun white embossed on Chili Pepper cardstock and cut into strips!

I adore Audrey‘s amazing Winter Skies holiday card! The purple of our Sugarplum cardstock looks fantastic die cut with Snowfall Backdrop with white peeking from behind the cut outs! She colored her bears in Polar Bear shades of warm gray and set them in a scene she created with white Birch Trees and Pixie Dust Mini Snowflakes and Simply Stitched Hillside Borders! She added a color coordinated sentiment from our Merry Messages sentiment set!

Kay‘s lovely Christmas scene starts with Snowfall Backdrop die cut from Peacock cardstock! She colored the Winter Skies and Christmas Dreams images images in a beautiful color palette of soft red, teal and aqua!

Chari‘s Winter Skies design is perfect for a Double Slider Surprise! When the slider is pulled the bears get to see Santa above and a sweet greeting appears below!

Yainea created a magical landscape including a shining moon for the Winter Skies bears to enjoy! I love all the layers of Stitched Hillside Borders cut from Really Rainbow Christmas 6 x 6 paper!

Latisha‘s water-colored card is just so sweet! I love how she stamped the snowflakes from Winter Skies in blue on the pretty watercolor wash!

Elise created the look of a wintry sky by dry-embossing Snowfall Backdrop onto Vellum cardstock then layered it over the Stitched Mountain Borders! Pixie Dust cardstock adds snowy sparkle to the hills!

Megan flipped the Snowfall Backdrop:Portrait die upside down so her mountain scene would have a starry sky or just a light snowfall! The fishing bears from Beary Happy Holidays found a fully stocked lake! Megan added the look of snow to the Winter Skies treetops with our new Textured White Embossing Powder and Embossing Pen!

I love how Jenn‘s sweet design has a trio of Winter Skies bears watching the Reveal Wheel Snowflake Add-On changing colors! The White Christmas paper (from Really Rainbow Christmas) makes the perfect backdrop!

Kristin’s beautiful card uses Snowfall Backdrop to add some pretty texture and pattern! She filled the Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Window with a box-full of cuteness from Holiday Helpers and Pixie Dust Sparkle!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Winter Skies 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.

Thank you so much for watching!

And now I have a quick video to introduce Snowfall Backdrop Lawn Cuts and show some fun ways to use these new dies! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks for watching!

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

Supplies:


Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day!

LEAVE A COMMENT

269 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Winter Skies, Snowfall Backdrop: Landscape, Snowfall Backdrop: Portrait

  1. SQUEAL!! AMAZING Inspiration!! My FAVORITE Winter Activity would have to be Building Snowmen/Snow Angels with my Kiddos and going Tubing/Skiing with them as well!! SO MANY AMAZING Memories made!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!!

  2. A fave winter activity…long walks in the snow. I love the crisp air and the soft colours of winter. The smell of winter is my favourite: burnt wood, cold air, a bit of fir and sweetness.

  3. Even though I live in Minnesota, and you’d think I’d love winter sports, my favorite winter activity is watching the snowfall outside the big window in front of my desk in my craft room. LOL

  4. Wow, lots of great inspiration today! My favorite winter activity is sledding in my backyard with my son. We like to see who can go the furthest. Which it’s always him since I’m awful on the takeoff and I usually get a face full of snow lol.

  5. Our winter evenings never get really cold, so we love sitting as a family around the brazier in the garden, eating hot soup, roasting chestnuts and marshmallows and looking out for our resident possums.

  6. My favorite winter activity is curling up with a good book in front of the fire–a snowfall would complete the day but we don’t always gets snow in Northern VA.

  7. Seeing as we don’t really have winter I couldn’t pick a specific activity but the idea of a cosy fireplace sounds good.

  8. I would say shoveling because that seems to be all I do in the winter lol! but I do like to curl up in a blanket and watch the snowfall if I do not have to go out in it!

  9. Beautiful cards and love this stamp set. My favorite winter activity is sitting by a fire and playing in the snow. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Wonderful cards by everyone. One is just as cute as the next.
    My fave winter activity is decorating the Christmas tree. It is
    filled with lots of handmade ornaments.

  11. Favourite activity in the winter is costing up by the fireplace with a warm beverage… does that count? Not big with the cold.
    Amazing inspirations! Winter Skies is my Favorite of this release. X

  12. My fave winter activity is enjoying the company of friends around a campfire, preferably under the Southern Hemisphere sky.

  13. Oh my all of these projects are AMAZING!!!! How have I not added this stamp set to my collection yet?!? I love these little snuggling critters and everyone’s use of them is awesome!

    I live in South FL – not much of a winter, we can pretty much take the kids into the pool year round – but I do like taking my family to look at holiday lights – it’s something we all really look forward to in the “winter”.

  14. Such a cute set – and I love the snowfall backdrops!
    I live in Cincinnati and every year the zoo has a Festival of Lights. I love taking the grandkids to it. We get hot cocoa and have a great time.

  15. Oh my gosh! I am loving all these beautiful backdrops for the cute bears & foxes looking up at the night sky! They are all simply spectacular! My favorite winter activity… does shopping for presents for my friends and the animals in the local shelters count? Is that ‘active’ enough? LOL! Thanks for so many generous chances to win! 🙂

  16. Love the winter skies set and the snowy backdrop! There’s just so much you can do with these. My favorite winter activity is going sledding with my kids and then coming home for hot cocoa!

  17. Wow! What amazing cards and projects … I love Audrey’s Winter Skies card!!!! I thought no my favorite winter activity is sitting inside by the fire and reading. And probably sipping hot cocoa or hot tea! That sounds delightful.

  18. All the inspiration from the designers is amazing! Such cute products in this release – I want them ALL. My favorite activity in the winter is sitting inside with nothing but the Christmas tree lights on and watching it snow outside. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  19. I love the cards and ideas thank you all for sharing My favorite winter activity is walking thru the woods while it is snowing everything is quiet and peaceful

  20. My favourite winter activity is when we visit the maple tree farms and get to sample the hot maple syrup that is draped onto the cold snow to make fresh maple toffee. So, so yummy!

  21. My favorite winter activity, given I live in Florida, is decorating for christmas. If I’m lucky and it gets a bit cold I love to have the fireplace on and drink a cup of hot chocolate.

  22. I don’t have winter where I live now. But I do have a really great memory of taking a walk late at night when the air was crisp and chilly and there was *very light* snowfall/flurries. Each snowflake looked so magical at that time.

  23. So, so, so cute!!! Love the Winter Skies critters and how they can be use for Fall, too! I don’t like cold at all, so my favorite Winter activity is sitting inside by the woodstove, drinking hot chocolate and watching the snow fall.

  24. My favorite winter activity is sitting in my recliner,
    the fireplace burning, and watching the snow fall.
    Doesn’t happen very often, but when it does I
    enjoy it. Love seeing the little animals
    cuddling. thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  25. My favorite thing to do in the Winter is make snow cream. it’s ice cream made out of snow. Of course I haven’t done this in many many moons. Since I was two and living in Seoul Korea. My other thing that I love doing now is taking my 8 grandchildren to the snow to play for the day!!

  26. BEAUTIFUL projects!! Well, I don’t like winter, but I’m in the Midwest so I have to deal with it! One thing that I do like about the season is decorating for Christmas; that is one Winter chore I love!

  27. All of these cards are so creative and amazing!! Love them all!! The snuggling foxes & bears are so sweet. Can’t wait to start creating with them!!

  28. My favorite winter activity is sitting in front of a warm fire watching a movie or crafting, of course!!! Love the snowy backdrops and Winter Skies, so cute!!!

  29. I LOVE EVERYTHING LAWN FAWN! The cuteness never ends! My favorite winter activity is building SNOWMEN! What better way to get creative than sculpting in the snow 🙂

  30. So much exciting inspiration today! ❤️ My favorite winter activity is going for a walk outside. I love bundling up in a hat, scarf and coat, grabbing a latte and just walking around the city.

  31. omg, all the cards are amazing and so festive! My favorite would have to be sitting by the fire with either hot chocolate, coffee, or mint tea.

  32. Loving all these cards…with the snowfall backdrop. Great inspiration. My favorite winter activity is watching the snow fall, with a fire going and a good cup of tea.

  33. These little animals are adorable. And that Santa is so cute. I’m not really an outdoor person, so I guess my favorite winter activity would be to sit before a fire with loved ones drinking hot chocolate and gazing at the Christmas tree.

  34. Love it all!!!!! 😀
    My favorite activity would be… getting the family together for putting up the Christmas tree. It is just so much fun each year looking at the ornaments the children has made over the years. And how we all pick out a new ornament from each us to add to the tree. Love it

  35. I know that winter won;t be long in coming but it’s difficult to imagine right now when we have temps in the 90s all week. But these cards certainly cool me off and make me drool! My favorite winter activity is sledding. I haven’t done it in a while but now that my twin grandbabies are getting a bit older it might be time to introduce them to all the fun!

  36. I am in cuteness overload! My favorite winter activity is watching snow falling outside. Since I live in Arkansas, I don’t get many opportunities to do this. So, I take advantage when I can!

  37. Being from the south we don’t have snow very often, but when the air is cool and crisp I love to take walks in the woods. Or sit by a roaring fire outside and roast marshmallows. I love all of the new products in this release, I wish I could have bought them all.

  38. These are my favorite!!!
    My favorite winter activity is watching the snow fall while drinking hot cocoa. That is IF it snows. I love snow but we don’t get much (or enough snow for my taste!) snow here in Arkansas.

  39. I don’t really love winter, as I hate being cold, and here in WA it’s so rainy. So my favorite winter activity is sitting with a cozy blanket, a hot cup of coffee and crocheting!

  40. I am in cuteness overload! My favorite winter activity is watching snow falling. Since I live in Arkansas my opportunities are few and far between. So, l take advantage when I can!

  41. My favourite winter outdoor activity is cross country skiing. Okay, if I’m really honest, my favourite winter activity is papercrafting…making cards, mini albums, and treat containers. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  42. I love walking around outside in the snow. The winter skies set totally reminds me of being outside, and how peaceful everything is when it snows!

  43. Well since my winter is more similar to everyone’s spring (or in some cases summer), I tend to do more outdoor stuff like riding my bike, going swimming, hiking and things like that (our highs are around 65-75 F during winter). It’s still really cold at night (for me) so I like reading with blankets at night.

  44. I love these cards! Thanks for inspiration! My favorite winter activity is to walk in the snowfall with my dog and then sitting next to the fireplace! ( Of course with my dog! )
    Hugs!
    Eszter from Hungary

  45. My favorite indoor winter activity is crafting while classic movies play in the background. My favourite outdoor winter activity is walking or hiking!

  46. Amazing DT samples!!!! My favorite wintertime activity: ice skating ! I’m absolutely awful at it but it’s such a freeing experience.

  47. I love watching the falling snow. Everything is so quiet. (I really only appreciate snow when I don’t have to get out and drive in it, and can just watch out the window with my cup of coffee.)

  48. Such pretty cards! I really like Audrey’s purple sky, what a great color! My favorite winter activity is staying away from the cold weather!

  49. I enjoy visiting family in Reno for Thanksgiving, it’s nice to see the beautiful snow. Sometimes we work on puzzles in front of the fire place.

  50. I live in Iowa and I’m not a big fan of the snow. My husband and I put a Christmas puzzle together everry winter. While listening to.Christmas tunes and occasionally sipping some hot cocoa..
    I love this set.

  51. I like staying inside, reading books and baking cookies on snowy days 🙂 I love all these ideas — such beautiful designs!

  52. I live in AZ so don’t get much winter. When it does cool down though I enjoy having hit chocolate with family and watching Christmas cookies.

  53. I LOVE all of this bright, beautiful color! Growing up in Wisconsin, we spent a lot of time having fun in the snow! But now that we all live in Florida now, we’re going to have to create some new winter traditions and activities! I bet they will all involve grilling shrimp and steaks on the grill and wearing a Santa hat!

  54. I’m just loving all these projects- blown away! My favorite winter activity? Hmm, well the weather is finally cool enough around here to run the oven all day long, and to enjoy a hot beverage. All my activities seem to center around food…..

  55. Gorgeous card designs from the DT today, love all the ideas! The Winter Skies set is cute! My favourite winter activity is downhill skiing and this year we are going to try cross country!

  56. Building snowpeople is my fave winter activity. All the great card samples shown are highly interesting in that there are examples of using one set and getting many totally different looking cards from that set. Great work by the card creationists.

  57. My favourite winter activity is playing in the snow with my niece and nephew, although living in England means it’s a rare treat 🙂

  58. Love the inspiration from this set! My favorite thing to do during winter is going to go see all the beautiful Christmas lights.

  59. My favorite winter activity would be looking outside at the snow falling, not being in it. If the weather is cooperating, I like driving and seeing lights and outdoor displays near Christmas. Love these cute little critters on the cards. Inspiration week is so much fun!

  60. I really love the cards…I loved the one with the stitches as the wind in the back ground…as for my favorite thing to do in the winter…is staying inside…I split and smashed the left tib and blew my knee out in the winter…so I don’t get out much in the winter due to the unstable knee

  61. My favorite winter activity is snuggling with my dog while watching old black-and-white Christmas movies. Miracle on 34th Street draws me in every time.

  62. I just ADORE this set and so happy that I got it!! Can’t wait to create with it! I don’t mind being out in the cold and snow at all, I think it’s fun! I will do just about anything in the snow…even shovel! LOL! It’s always nice to come in and warm up with a cup of cocoa though! 🙂

  63. Super fun release!!! Love ALL the inspiration – cards, videos, new goodies, oh my! My favorite thing to do in winter is sledding.

  64. My favorite winter activity is taking pictures of the snow scenes in front of me. when I am not
    taking pictures, snuggling up and reading a book.

  65. Love the snowfall backdrop and the use of the purple paper. During the winter, I love just going for a walk, especially if it’s snowing.

  66. Your backdrop dies are my favorite! Love all the amazing cards featured today. I enjoy curling up with a good book or crafting while the snow is gently falling outside.

  67. I live in South Carolina, so we only get snow once a year, if we’re lucky. Whenever we do get snow, it’s usually gone by mid morning. So, we get up at the crack of dawn and sled ride and build snowmen until the snow turns to rain. Then we come inside and have hot chocolate and homemade potato soup. I hope this is a snow year for us!!!

  68. There are too many cute inspirations in this post! My favorite winter activities are sitting by the fire and watching the snow fall outside, but I also love getting out in the snow with a pair of snowshoes strapped on and going for a walk.

  69. Our winters are just a bunch of rain, so my favorite activity would be having a hot drink and reading or crafting in the warm, dry house.

  70. I love reading by the fire. We don’t get snow very often, but if we ever do, my kids and I like to play in it and build snowmen–if we get enough for that. 🙂

  71. These are amazing cards. Audrey’s purple card is so pretty as are those cute winter critters.
    I like to go for a walk in the gently falling snow

  72. I love the purple card with the white foxes!!! My favorite winter activity is watching the snow fall from my house, and nice and warm and not having to drive in it.

  73. The winter skies products are awesome! Super CUTE projects! My favorite winter activity is going to the Oregon coast where the weather is usually a little milder than here in central Oregon.

  74. My favorite winter activity is metal detecting on the beach,! It’s very hot where I live so I don’t go outside in the summer as much! Love these examples!

  75. My favorite winter activity is snowshoeing with my husband. It’s beautiful when we get a fresh snowfall and go out snowshoeing and watch the chickadees.

  76. Eeek! I want everything I have seen in today’s release! I especially love Elena’s card. That sky and those little critters are adorable. I have three favorite winter activities. I love to make, bake and go for a walk after dark when everything is quiet and the huge snowflakes are landing on my cheeks. There is just something about it.

  77. These cards are absolutely adorable! As a kid my favorite winter activity was building snowmen and occasionally igloos. And my mom always made snow cream… I know northerners don’t usually do this but I am from the south! Now that I’m an adult, my favorite thing to do is watch the snow fall and see the cardinals on the pure white snow. And then collect snow and make snow cream and experiment with different flavors. Life is good!

  78. Love this set! My favorite winter activity is staying inside and reading or putting together a puzzle. I like to enjoy winter from the front window!

  79. This week of inspiration is fabulous. Since I am not a winter person, I guess curling up in front of the tv watching Hallmark movies.

  80. We don’t have a true winter here in South Texas, but it gets cold enough in the winter for hot cocoa and snuggling under blankets at home – preferably with a book in hand. <3 For a true "winter" activity, though, I do enjoy skiing with my family (but we have to fly somewhere to do it!).

  81. Cooking/Baking. Especially soups. We live in northeast Florida (yes, we get cold weather) and I like to stock up ahead of time and put soup/chili/spaghetti sauce and other items in the freezer. My husband loves this.

  82. My favorite winter activity is holiday baking. Love to do that with my husband and sometime when my son is home to visit.

  83. As a native of the deep South, my favorite Winter activity has nothing to do with cold weather–I enjoy the opportunity to relax during the week between Christmas and New Year’s.

  84. Such cute cards to give us wonderful ideas! My favorite winter activity is building a snowman and then warming in front of a fire. I hope we get snow this year.

  85. All of the inspiration cards are adorable!!! My favorite winter activity is drinking hot chocolate while watching it snow. 🙂

  86. This is one of my favorite stamp sets! I just love it. As for my favorite winter activity, it is probably going up to the snow with our husky and seeing her have so much fun romping in her natural setting.

  87. I love downhill skiing with my kids, but we don’t go very often. I also love curling up in a chair with a good book in the winter.

  88. Favorite winter activity – hibernating. LOL! Actually a perfect winter day finds me curled up with a good book with a mug of hot cocoa in my hand and a fire in the fireplace, as I watch snowflakes falling outside. Love everything in this release!

  89. Thanks for sharing your talent during this fabulous release – can’t wait to play with these new goodies!
    I love sledding during winter, the kids and I do it every winter in central park, NYC, but since we moved to the desert 8 years ago, no more snow days! : (

  90. I have always enjoyed cross country skiing on a clear starry night but as I get older I would rather be inside making cards while watching the snow outside, sipping a hot cocoa with whipped cream. I love the look of the purple background – beautiful.

  91. I love curling up to watch a good movie on the Hallmark channel, drinking a yummy hot drink under a warm fuzzy throw. Great new products!

  92. My favourite winter activity is curling up on the couch and watching a good movie or reading a good book. Heck, a perfect day is when I get to do both while watching one of the infrequent snowfalls that we get here.

  93. Inspiration weeks are the best weeks. Second only to release week! My favorite winter activity is going to the zoo at night when all the lights are twinkling ✨ Sipping a hot chocolate.

  94. My favorite winter activity is turning the lights out at night, light candles and sitting in front of my fireplace with a nice fire burning.

  95. Amazing cards and love
    the purple card with the
    Bears! I like to stay inside
    and read or do crafts if
    there is snow outside.
    Carla from Utah

  96. My favorite winter activity is ice fishing. If the fish aren’t biting I can sit back and read a book until they do !!!

  97. My favorite winter activity is being the snow bunny by the fireplace in the chalet while the kids are skiing. That’s a winter activity right?

  98. Since I live in the desert, my favorite winter activity is hiking. The air is cool & the skies clear & it is always wonderful to be outdoors.

  99. I love sitting by the fire in a blanket with an open window nearby while it’s snowing. I love the smell of the cold and snowfall (and fires for that matter), but I don’t want to be that cold, so I like having the combo of both. Throw in my cats cuddling, and a good book or the family playing a game together, and you have a perfect day!

  100. Oh my ! The Winter Skies stamp set is soooo adorable !! And all these wonderful cards are putting me in a dreamy mood ! Thanks for so many, adorable products !! About your question, one of my favourite winter activity is to play in the snow with my sweet dog. He loves it so much !! Thanks for your generosity. Love, Marjorie
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

  101. My favorite winter activity would be eating Christmas cookies, followed closely by baking Christmas cookies! I am loving the stamps and dies featured here.

  102. My favorite winter activity is reading books and watching movies inside where it is warm. I love seeing it snow but once I have to shovel it then I am no longer as thrilled. This is such a cute set!!

  103. Winter in Vancouver generally means rainy and cold, so I like spending time with my daughter when she is free, watching Netflix and trying out the newest teas she has collected.

  104. Gorgeous cards and projects – and I am in love with this stamp set
    When I was younger I loved skiing but now I love snuggling up in front of a fire with a good book!

  105. My favorite winter activity is sitting inside watching the snow come down outside- it feels very magical! Seeing these cards makes me yearn for winter! I love how snuggly all the critters look 🙂

  106. A hot cup of coffee, a good book, a comfortable chair with a warm apblankie, cozied up to the wood stove, with the dog at my feet! Loving this release.

  107. Love the Winter Skies set, those two bears sharing a scarf, so sweet!
    My favorite winter activity is driving somewhere to see the snow, especially in the trees, since we don’t get any.

  108. Such cute cards! On a cold winter morning, I love to snuggle in front of a fire and drink hot chocolate. Thanks for the chance to win!

  109. I just love the windy background dies and all the snowflake dies as well. The card backgrounds are amazing! Cross country skiing, ice climbing, winter camping, how do I choose.

  110. My favorite winter activity is sitting inside while it snows outside, looking out the window with some hot cocoa in my hands.
    This can be supplemented with reading or crafting. 🙂

  111. What gorgeous cards – love those skies. My happiest winter activity is probably decorating the house for Christmas, my favorite time of year! Can’t wait for the cooler weather to come.

  112. I love this set and all the inspiration created with it. My favorite activity is hibernating in my craft room making wonderful things.

  113. Holiday crafting is my favorite winter holiday by far. I, of coarse, make Christmas cards but I also make at least one new ornament for our Christmas tree each year.

  114. We long for these winter skies on the East coast now, so the samples of cards was a delight and brought “cool” thoughts of how these products could be used. Thanks, Lawn Fawn staff and design team!

  115. A favorite winter activity is just to curl up on the couch with hot chocolate and watch some fun movies on a cold winter evening.

  116. Being from Hawaii I never had a winter activity unless you count making xmas cards! This year we moved to Washington so we’ll see!

  117. Such wonderful cards from all the DT members! I love cooking a big pot of homemade soup or baking when it is cold outside.

  118. My favorite winter activity is staying inside reading or cross-stitching and looking at the snow through a window. So many awesome cards today! Stand-outs for me are Melissa’s pretty pop-up box card, Megan’s beautiful autumn scene (love the little bear peeking around the tree!), Audrey’s elegant purple card, and Chari’s cute slider card, but all the cards are wonderful!

  119. Winter is my least favorite season but I do love to have a fire in the fireplace and I love sweatshirts! I recently got a few new distress oxides so I can make a night sky scene!

  120. It used to be snowmobiling; but, I can’t do that anymore with my disability!
    Awwww, man! I’m just crazy about all these designs. I get mushy every time I work with this set or see one of your designs using this set. Thanks so much for sharing all these amazing project. LOVE, LOVE and LOVE!!!

  121. My favorite winter activity is to drive around the neighborhoods with the family packed in the car to look at Christmas lights all lit up while listening and singing Christmas songs on the radio! It’s something our family does every year and have been doing since I was a little girl. It’s a tradition that carried down into my family and I hope that my children continue it on when they are married and have children. 🙂
    Hugs,
    Jo in Jersey

  122. Let us shout a big “hooray” to Lawn Fawn staff and design team members for the quality and creative products that are sold. I enjoy sending the cards that I create from these products to friends, family, and others. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

  123. My favorite winter activity is watching snow fall from my cozy living room while drinking hot cocoa! And making Christmas cards for friends and family with all of my cute Lawn Fawn stamps!

  124. The winter skies products offer the versatility to include them in several seasons. This is a very practical set that will bring a smile to the lives of the recipients. Thank you Lawn Fawn staff and design team!

  125. Such gorgeous cards. Lots of wonderful inspiration! My hat is off to your fabulous designers. My favourite winter evening activity is spending time with my friends making Christmas cards and drinking hot chocolates but during the day I enjoy making snow angels and snowmen with my daughter…

  126. My favorite winter activity is walking in the snow and shaking trees’ branches…seeing the branches spring up with the snow falling off is like a firework and it seems the tree is suddenly waking up…i looove looove love that spectacle. Also it prevents them from breaking….

  127. I am so in love with all the new goodies and all the bright, beautiful colors.

    Thank you Lawn Fawn for making our holidays bright.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *