Lawn Fawn Intro: Open Me, Fancy Lattice Backdrop

Hello and Welcome to Lawn Fawn’s March Inspiration Week! This week we are showcasing 5 new stamp sets, along with 9 of our new stand alone dies and our Spiffy Speckles paper collection! All of our Spring 2019 Release is available now at www.lawnfawn.com and at your favorite craft stores!!

We already have seven places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
Our Get Well Before ‘n Afters post!
Our Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On + Park Add-On post!
Our RAWRSOME and Straight Flower Border post!
Our Tiny Gift Box Chick and Duck, Stitched Flower Frame + Outside In Stitched Flower post!
Our Spiffy Speckles, Wavy Sayings, Fancy Wavy Banners + Simple Wavy Banners post!
Our Simply Celebrate Spring, Celebration Scripty Sentiments post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of the Open Me and its coordinating dies and Fancy Lattice Backdrop! Get ready to celebrate spring! Don’t judge a card by it’s cover! This stamp set is perfect for cards that have something special inside, like a pop-up or interactive element. This backdrop die makes a beautiful background with an intricate lattice design for a standard-sized card!The design team has made the most amazing samples!

The Fancy Lattice Backdrop looks amazing with a gorgeous watercolor panel layered behind! Kay added one of our Layered Butterflies in coordinating blue and green watercolor to finish this stunning card design!

Megan added two sentiments from Open Me to make the recipient of this extraordinary Out of This World card knows that there is something fun awaiting them on the inside!

The Open Me conversation continues on the inside where Megan doubled-down on cuteness using the Stitched Hillside Pop-Up die! She added images from Beam Me Up and Beep Boop Birthday to round out this awesome dimensional scene!

Latisha shows how to dress up a sweet and simple card design with sparkle! She die cut the Fancy Lattice Backdrop from Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock and layered it over a white cardbase. The whimsical green Llama Tell You llama adds a pop of color along with cute little hearts and the Aquamarine bow!

Wow! Elise created another stunning and simple card set for Inspiration Week! This set is so gorgeous with the layers of Spring Sparkle and pretty new cardstock colors off-set to give the Fancy Lattice Backdrop lots of awesome dimension! The cards are finished with Scripty Thanks and a Wavy Sayings sentiment on Fancy Wavy Banners!

You know something fun is happening inside Yainea‘s cute RAWRSOME card design with a couple prompts from Open Me!

The dinosaurs are hanging out in a Shadow Box Card with trees and grass from the Park Add-On set! I love how Yainea extended the card sides to have more room for the dinosaurs to roam and also to keep the shadow box inside hidden!

White tone on tone never looked so elegant! Audrey layered a white Fancy Lattice Backdrop on her white card and added a white Fancy Wavy Banner stamped with Manatee ink! To add even more special detail, Audrey die cut the solid Layered Butterfly with Pixie Dust card and finished her card with some iridescent bubbles!

Chari‘s cute Butterfly Kisses scene looks adorable framed with a Fancy Lattice Backdrop! She used an interesting color combination of Narwhal and Apricot cardstock on the layered backdrop!

Megan‘s amazing light up Mushroom House card gets some help prompting the recipient from both Open Me and Push Here! She used Chibitronics to give her card a cool interactive element!

Melissa created a gorgeous card with a Hawaiian theme using Scripty Aloha and Pretty Poppies! The Fancy Lattice Backdrop in glittery gold Sparkle cardstock looks amazing layered over Paper bag cardstock, wow that is so amazing!

Elena‘s intricate background uses a great inlaid die technique. She die cut the Fancy Lattice Backdrop in white and colored the individual pieces before piecing it all back together on the card base! Her cute Llama Tell You scene fits into the Shadow Box Card Park Add-on half circle that was die cut into the backdrop!

Chari‘s beautiful rainbow mini card started with Really Rainbow paper layered with a Fancy Lattice Backdrop, then folded in half to create the card base. A pretty Fancy Wavy Banner adds a pop of white to the bold card!

Inside, Chari included a beautiful Pop-Up Butterfly with gorgeous watercolor wings!

Jenn‘s pretty card uses a message on the Open Me sign post to encourage the recipient to open the card! The beautiful Pop-Up Butterfly inside doesn’t disappoint!

Megan added pops of color to her pretty white Fancy Lattice Backdrop with bright little triangle shapes! Her adorable Magic Picture Changer birthday card looks great on the special background!

I’m still resting my voice until it finally returns so I’m sorry that there will not be a video for today. I appreciate your understanding, thanks so much!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Open Me, its coordinating dies and Fancy Lattice Backdrop! Tomorrow we will announce our Inspiration Week winners! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us if you have made an interactive card by TODAY, March 20th 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, Thursday March 21st for our Inspiration Week winner post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!

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220 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Open Me, Fancy Lattice Backdrop

  1. Yes I have, I have a lot of your interactive dies as well. I love making these kind of cards everyone always loves them. All of the cards today were great

  2. The lattice backdrop is so beautiful! I love making interactive cards. I have used the magic color silder, the pop-ups, shakers, and the reveal wheel! Thanks Lawn Fawn for amazing fun products!

  3. Hope you keep feeling better Kelly Marie! Don’t worry about a video, the DT has given me plenty of beautiful cards to drool over! I haven’t made any interactive cards yet, but I think they’re super cool. One of these days I’ll get around to making one!

  4. OMG!!!I truly love this release!! All of the interaction cards are fabulous and so fun!
    Yes I have made an interactive card before and can’t wait to buy the new ones from you!!

  5. I’ve never made an interactive card but I just bought the Magic Picture Changer die & Get Well Before & Afters yesterday at my lss & plan to make several next weekend during my crop weekend!! I can’t wait!!

  6. Yes, I’ve made many of your interactive cards. I really like the double sliders and then wheelie cards.

  7. I have made interactive cards before and want to do it more often! Love the lattice backdrop! So elegant!!

  8. Not only have I purchased Lawn Fawn interactive dies, I’ve actually used them. So far the line-up includes a few Magic Color Slider cards, some Reveal Wheels, Shadow Box Cards, Scalloped Pop-up box cards and just this past weekend, my sister and I made a Magic Picture Changer card for her grandson’s 3rd birthday. Given that I am the person most likely to buy supplies and not use them, the above is quite an accomplishment for me. LOL! Making interactive cards brings me great joy, so thank you for all the awesome ways to make these and for the great tutorials giving me the inspiration and confidence to do so.

  9. Hope you are feeling better today!
    I have made lots of interactive cards! Your dies make it so easy! Thanks for another fabulous week of inspiration – your DT is awesome!

  10. Hope you are on the mend and that you’ll get your voice back soon! Good too rest it!!! I have made lots of interactive cards, thanks to all of Lawn Fawn dies!!! I have used the Pivot Pop Up, Hillside Pop Up, Mini Box Pop Up, Shadow Box, Scalloped Box, Reveal Wheel and Magic Picture Changer, Slide on Over, Let’s Toast Pop Up…Love them all!!!

  11. wow those cards blow me away! i have used the tiny pop up box to make an interactive card: a brown box with rainbow hearts bursting out; it makes people go woooow when they open it i’m so happy

  12. Yes! I’ve made a shadow box card one time. It was a lot of fun! I super love the cards from today! I especially loved Megan’s card. Thanks for sure such cuties! 🙂

  13. Lawn Fawn makes it super easy to make interactive cards. I have made a couple of reveal wheel cards and now that I have the template, it is even easier to stamp the sentiments on the wheel. I have also made a pop up card and plan on experimenting more with that. And I’m very interested in trying the Chibitronics on a card. Something to “brighten” up someone’s day. Thanks for all the inspiration!!!!

  14. I love interactive cards! They are just extra special and really wow the recipient. I love the dinosaur card and space boy card. Stunning!!!

  15. I enjoy making & giving interactive cards….thanks to Lawn Fawn that is! I love that shadow box card…..yikes, that’s cool!

  16. I haven’t made an interactive card as of yet. I am taking a Lawn Fawn class in April and I can’t wait.

  17. I love making interactive cards. Still getting the hang of the new magic picture changer but I finally used my shadow box dies and I love them as well as my fancy scalloped box. Love the double slider and I can’t wait to use my butterfly pop up!

  18. I enjoy making interactive cards. I used the pull tab from “Let’s Toast” to make one of a kind Valentines for my grandchildren with various critters popping out of hearts. They were so cute! I have also made Magic Color Slider and Magic Picture Changer cards. So fun!

  19. I love that fancy lattice background, and butterfly die! I have made a couple interactive cards, but apparently our parents are simple people, and they were confused haha 🙂

  20. That lattice backdrop is so elegant looking, love it! I have made a couple of interactive cards. I did a fidget spinner card for a teacher I work with. It was fun to make and fun to play with! I have been intimidated by them in the past, but I am finding they aren’t so hard to do. I plan on making more in the future.

  21. I’ve only made a few interactive cards at home myself, but I was lucky to get to take Kelly’s class this past weekend at Simon Says Create and got to make several interactive cards. So much fun and will make more at home now.

  22. I have made an interactive card at a Jenn Shurkus class! Using lawn fawn products, of course! Thanks for the chance to win!! Gorgeous lattice projects!

  23. I love the new background, it’s so pretty! I have made some “simple” interactive cards, with cars that move and things like that. I love the magic slider, I have that on my wish list! 🙂

  24. Generally, I’m not big into making interactive cards, but I have made a few now that I got the let’s toast pop-up tab- it’s such an easy die to use! I love it!

  25. I have made several, just love the look of surprise when someone opens them!! Love all the inspiration I have found here, I am going to spend the day in my craft room.

  26. Gorgeous scenes!! I love making interactive cards – so fun and the recipient always gets a kick out of them!!

  27. I’m making cards-in-a-box for birthday
    cards for two grandsons and a couple
    friends. I like to make easel cards.
    I’d rather the card did something than
    just be a square. Fantastic release.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  28. The majority of the cards I make are interactive. I love the “wow!” effect when friends and family open them. My love of interactive cards is linked with my love of pop-up books. My latest purchase was your pop-up butterfly. Your Fancy Lattice Background would be a wonderful addition to cards too…so versatile.

  29. Great cards I love all the different designs and styles. I love to do interactive cards. They are so fun to do and play with.

  30. I have made many interactive cards, and my favorite to make are those that are made easier through the use of dies, like all of the Lawn Fawn interactive card dies–I think I own all of them!

  31. Love it all!!! I have made the scallop pop up box card several times, it is always so much fun to make and give away.

  32. So sad to see inspiration week coming to an end but excited for all the winners!!!!
    Yes I have made interactive cards and they are my favorite type to make!!!
    Hugs,
    Jo in Jersey

  33. I have made several interactive cards. I love your popup die, and use it all the time. I have just started a card with the picture changer.

  34. This release is wonderful! I love making interactive cards – a lot of work sometimes but so worth the effort. Thank you for the chance to win!

  35. I have made a couple of different interactive cards. I love to make them and see the recipients reaction when they find out it’s not a normal card.

  36. I haven’t yet. I am still new at cardmaking. I’m a newbie but quickly learning with all of the help from all of the great designers out there!!

  37. Though I love them, I have never made an interactive card. I think I was maybe a little scared of trying to figure them out, but after watching your video on how to do it, I may give it a shot. Love the new release.

  38. Loving the large butterfly die, can’t wait to try that on a few birthday cards. The very first card I ever ever made was an interactive explosion card. I was petrified but my son had chosen that style & that was that. It turned ok & worked fine but looking back at it now it’s a bit ropey.hehehe. Thank you for sharing all these stunning new products.

  39. What a fabulous week of inspiration. I am addicted to making your interactive cards. My favourites are the shadow box and the pop up box. I am making Mother’s Day cards right now with the Fab Flowers sets and going to make them into fun bouquets in the pop up boxes.

  40. I’ve made simple pop up cards but so excited to play with my recently purchased magic picture changer die!!!

  41. OMG Yainea, I L-O-V-E your hidden shadow box card idea. I can’t wait to play with that one. It opens up so many possibilities! EEEEKK!
    Almost all of my cards have an interactive element. That’s what got me started with card making and got me absolutely hooked on Lawn Fawn!!

  42. Hope you get all the rest you need today, Kelly Marie, no need to apologize 🙂. I love interactive cards and loved your Push Here stamp set, plus all your interactive dies are amazing! My favourites are Pivot, Shadow Box, Reveal Wheel and Magic Slider! Thanks for all the creative inspiration this week!

  43. Your dies make interactive cards so easy, I make quite a few of them! The recipients seem to really like them, even my 16 year old nephew 🙂 Thanks for all of the great ideas this week!

  44. Oh, Yes… When the scalloped fold up box first came out, It was my grand-neices First birthday and her name is Audrey and they did an Audrey Hepburn theme. I made 125 invitations made out of this box. They came out great and were a hit! I’ll put it on Instagram #emmieyayou. I love Lawn Fawn and you always spark the inspiration!

  45. Love all of these cards! I do like to make interactive cards, I just ordered the magic picture changer, can’t wait to use it!

  46. LOVE your interactive cards – they would bring so much pleasure to the recipient!!!
    I have made a few interactive cards but never so detailed or as cute as these – so inspiring!!!!

  47. The lattice background is so beautiful. I can’t wait to try all kinds of white backgrounds. The “old”shaker card is my go-to but I like to spend time with the pivot pop up. We’ve had the cough and sore throat here all week – I hope you didn’t catch it from us!

  48. I love, love your dies for interactive cards! I adore making shadow boxes and pop ups, and I just bought the magic picture changer and reveal wheel dies, so excited to try them. Please keep coming up with new ones, they’re the BEST!

  49. I have made a couple interactive cards, but it has been a while. The one in today’s blog though are amazing.

  50. Yes I have made interactive cards before. Your dies make them so much easier to do. I think they are fun. My favorite cards today are.the outer space and dinosaur ones!

  51. I am in love with the magic picture changer! I keep trying to make more and more of them! I cant help myself. They are just too darn fun!

  52. I don’t think I have made an interactive card. I need to do this sometime. Love the lattice die! The samples with the butterflies and that background just pop off the page to me and make my heart sing. I really need to shop for those pieces.

  53. I have not made an interactive card, yet, but I’ve just purchased your pop up card dies and your shadow box dies and am so looking forward to playing with them! The lattice lace cards are so beautiful! That die will be next on my list.

  54. What a great week of new products and amazing inspiration. I don’t make a lot of interactive cards but have made more lately. My last interactive card was a reveal wheel card for my nephew and it was so fun!

  55. A very timely question, I usually don’t make interactive cards, but we made one yesterday in our Craft Club.
    I am in love with Audrey’s white on white on white card using the Fancy Lattice Backdrop! It’s the newest ‘add’ to my wish list. Thanks LF for another great Inspiration Week!

  56. I really have enjoyed seeing all of the projects this week! I have been away from stamping for a while and this has encouraged me to get started up again! Yes I have made an interactive card but as many as I would like ; ) Thanks for sharing all of these wonderful ideas!!

  57. I’ve never made an interactive card…yet. I think it looks complicated and I’m a little intimidated by them. I love the samples so one of these days, I’ll try one.

  58. I loved all of the projects shown this week. I have made a few interactive cards. I have used the Reveal Wheel to make a few cards and the Pull Tab Add on. I have also made a couple of light up cards. I hope you consider making a larger Reveal Wheel as I would love to see a 5×7 one with a larger wheel to be able to use some of the cute critters. I really hope that you continue issuing add-ons for the Reveal Wheel. I love all of the possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  59. Wow! These projects are amazing, especially Megan’s cards. Her cards just blow me away. Yes, I’ve made several interactive cards using your dies. The Magic Picture Change and the Double Slider Surprise.

  60. I love looking at the interactive cards but have not had the courage to try one. They are very cool looking though.

  61. I love making interactive cards! Just made a reveal wheel last week and the new stencils are an awesome help!

  62. Yes I have made an interactive card following someones instruction on youtube. However I love your interactive dies and need to get some!

  63. I just got the ocean add-on to the shadow box card this weekend and went home to immediately make a die-cut only shadow box card. I love it!

  64. So many fun designs today! I love the Dino card by Yainea ❤️ I have made interactive cards all made with your fun dies!

  65. Yes I have made interactive cards! They are my favorite kind to make. I am just so happy with each new release how you guys keep coming up with more and more super cute ideas! LOVE the magic changer die set!!!

  66. I kid you not… I saw that 1st Butterfly card and I literally JUST popped over to Butterfly Reflections Ink’s shop and ordered that butterfly die!! I know today’s main focus was a lattice die and it’s absolutely beautiful – I adore how everyone used it & all of these beautiful projects – but yesterday I’d just received the POP UP butterfly and after seeing Kay’s card, I know I need these too! I’m so happy I was fortunate to be able to buy them this week – but it was impulsive but so necessary haha! So beautiful!!

    I love making interactive cards!!

  67. Have I made an Interactive card? Boy, have I! I think I’m up to 13 over the last five days! This week I’m in to reveal wheels and I don’t even have the stencils, but I have ordered them from you and they are on their way!

  68. The closest I’ve come to an interactive card are shaker cards. But I plan on getting the Magic Picture Changer!

  69. Great ideas. I have made a couple of interactive cards and wheel cards. But
    don’t make them often as I am always a little off when it all goes together. love
    the lattice backdrop.

  70. I love interactive cards even though they take a little more time & patience! As a matter of fact I just finished my first Reveal Wheel card this week!

    Always love your samples. You have great products and great design team members!

  71. I haven’t tried many interactive cards, except shaker cards they are so fun!!

    Thanks for the fun creations. Love seeing everyone’s creations!

  72. I absolutely love the card by megan quinn! So gorgeous!!

    I enjoy making interactive cards very much, even though its a lot of work usually. But with your Die Cuts its as easy and fast as it gets! Love the new magicPicture changer! Unfortunetely I could only use it once but I’m looking forward to creating more!

  73. I just love the dinosaur card…I’ve made flip fold cards slider card to name a few…but il over getting new ideas on how to revamp old interactive card…

  74. I love making interactive cards. All the interactive cards I’ve made, which have been a big hit with everyone I’ve given them to, have been made with Lawn Fawn dies. I love your products.

  75. I’ve made dozens of interactive cards using Lawn Fawn products, especially for children’s birthdays. They adore them!

  76. Perfect sentiments for interactive cards, I love them! I make interactive cards quite often (if only I had the time, each of my cards would be interactive, haha, but I have to settle for one or two a month…), so they would come really really handy!

  77. I haven’t made any interactive cards in a couple of years, but I have done some scrapbook pages that are lift the flap type of interaction. They are fun and easy to do. But I definitely need some more supplies for card making with interactive stuff.

  78. So many amazing looking cards today! I have made a few interactive cards, and I’ve signed up to take classes at one of my local scrapbook stores to do a Reveal Wheel card and a Pull Tab card with the Let’s Toast Pull Tab Add-on die – I’m looking forward to both!

  79. I love the look of the interactive cards, but I have never made one! I need more crafty time and then maybe I’ll try more intricate projects! For now, I enjoy looking at the all the beautiful projects on the blog!

  80. I have only made a card that has a pop up bunch of flowers if opened – does that count as interactive? But there will be some others soon 😉

  81. These projects are adorable! I love the new Lattice Backdrop.
    Honestly I’ve only made a few interactive cards – shaker cards and spinners. But Lawn Fawn keeps making new products to enable cardmakers to create interactive cards more easily, so that may change soon!

  82. I have made a few reveal wheel cards, a couple of spinners, but a lot of shakers. That lattice backdrop is amazing!

  83. So many cute cards! I have done interactive cards in the past. I have the scalloped pop up box card die and I love making those cards. I wish I had the new Magic Picture Changer die.

  84. Yes, I’ve made interactive cards: sliders, light-up with chibitronics lights, shakers, etc. It takes longer to make these kinds of cards, but they really contribute to the WOW factor.

  85. I’m in love with the Magic Picture Changer! I have made loads of cards with it. Kind of sad this Inspiration Week is coming to an end… it’s been fantastic.

  86. Another fun day of beautiful new inspiration! I have tried a very simple interactive card but I am hoping to try more in the future.

  87. I enjoy making interactive cards the most. My magic picture changer die should arrive any day now, can’t wait to try it out.

  88. Since I make a lot of cards for kids, I make interactive cards frequently. Lawn Fawn makes it so easy and fun to make them. Thanks Lawn Fawn for all your ideas and inspiration.

  89. The Fancy Lattice Backdrop die is gorgeous and still on my wish list. So many beautiful cards can me made with this!

  90. I just recently made two double slider surprise cards. One with the butterfly kisses stamp set and the spring add on to the shadow box. The other with the new gnome stamp set and the mushroom house and mushroom border dies. I have made many of your other interactive cards too. They are all so easy to use and have great results. Keep them coming!!!

  91. Love the lattice backdrop, especially double layered with the glitter papers. So beautiful. I have made lots of interactive cards and love doing them. My friends and family love getting them as well.

  92. Yes, I have made interactive cards and enjoy doing so very much – thanks for the lovely display of art and opportunity to be a winner – have a blessed day!

  93. I haven’t made any cards today…but worked on cutting stuff out for cards all afternoon yesterday…does that count…heeheehee!

  94. So much cuteness!!!! I am loving the magic picture changer!!! The reveal wheel and double slider are favs as well. They r all marvelous!!!! Thanks. Take care ❤️

  95. I love making interactive cards! The look on someones face when they open them is wonderful! Even the older ones act like a kid again. What an awesome release! Wonderful examples from the Fawnies!

  96. I make interactive cards on occasion. So many good samples. Lawn Fawn has some great dies to simplify the process!

  97. I’ve just been getting back into cardmaking after a long hiatus. As a teenager, I made an interactive card of Santa going up and down the chimney, appearing in the fireplace. I also made a pop-up card fairly recently. I’m looking forward to making more interactive cards in the future; they are such fun! 🙂 Loving today’s inspiration!
    P.S. Hope you’re feeling better soon Kelly Marie!

  98. That lattice die is beautiful!!! And the interactive sentiments are just too fun!! I have made several interactive cards; I own the double slider surprise die set and have used it a bunch!

  99. I have enjoyed every post of this new release. No, I have never made an interactive card, but Ibthink it is about time to make one.

  100. Such awesome samples! I love making interactive cards! I am really wanting your Magic Picture Changer set!

  101. Please look after yourself and your voice Kelly Marie … we aren’t going anywhere!!!
    I just love these DT samples, especially Yanea’s extended shadow box scene.
    I have made several interactive cards … all with Lawn Fawn dies – Magic Color Changer, Scalloped pop up box, shadow box cards, etc

  102. I have never made an interactive card before. I would love to try one but don’t have the supplies to……..yet

  103. Oh my gosh! Love them all! I have not made an interactive card yet but have my eye on the magic picture changer. Looks like so much fun!

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