Lawn Fawn Intro: Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On and Park Add-On

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 lawnfawn.com and at your favorite craft stores!!

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
Our Get Well Before ‘n Afters post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On and Shadow Box Card Park Add-On! These add-on die sets coordinate with our Shadow Box Card to create a fun project that folds flat, and opens up to a three-dimensional scene! The Spring Add-On set includes a flowery panel, a stitched oval window, two bunnies, butterflies, and more flowers to create a scene with lots of wow-factor! The Park Add-On set includes a grassy panel, a tree and tree tops, a stitched semicircle window, a squirrel, a bird (and wing), and an acorn! The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these fun new sets!

Kay combined elements of both the Spring Add-On and Park Add-On to create this delightful Shadow Box Card design! I love how she used all the colors of Spring!

For her Shadow Box Card with the Park Add-On, Elena turned the half-circle window upside down! She filled her adorable scene with critters from Eggstra Amazing Easter, Rub-A-Dub-Dub and Butterfly Kisses! Using Woodgrain cardstock to cut the trees adds fun texture and detail!

Nichol‘s Happy Easter card reminds me of vintage sugar eggs with the intricate scenes inside! The oval window, colorful flowers and butterflies along with the bright white bunnies are all part of the Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On set!

She used a Simple Wavy Banner for her greeting which combines Happy Happy Happy and the Happy Happy Happy Add-on!

Nichol added a Stitched Rectangle panel die cut from Cilantro cardstock to the back of the card with a sweet sentiment from Some Bunny!

For her Shadow Box Card Park Add-On scene, Megan brought the Cheery Christmas squirrels into a new season with accents from Happy Village!

Lynnette created a special Easter card using oval window and flower border from the Spring Add-On set! The cute scene features Open Me and Eggstra Amazing Easter!

Melissa S added a cheery look to her Eggstra Amazing Easter box card with some pretty Spring Fling paper! The sentiment was stamped on a Simple Wavy Banner!

These chicks from Chirpy Chirp Chirp look right at home painting Easter eggs in Megan‘s adorable Shadow Box Card! She used the Park Add-On set and added a framed Fancy Wavy Banner for the sentiment!

Audrey‘s card is so adorable! I love how she created a pretty pasture for the Hay There horse using the Shadow Box Card Park Add-On set!

Megan chose another of our Spring stamp sets, Some Bunny, to make this cheerful Easter card! She combined the Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On and Park Add-On along with a stitched scalloped border found in the Theater Add-On to complete her adorable card!

Kay‘s colorful little Eggstra Amazing Easter card uses elements from the Park Add-On to define the sweet scene! I love how she used Really Rainbow Scallops paper to add fun and pattern to the tree-top!

Now, I have a video for you to introduce Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On and Shadow Box Card Park Add-On and show some fun things you can do with these die sets. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or click HERE to watch it at our You Tube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On and Shadow Box Card Park Add-On. Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about your favorite park by March 20th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this die set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Saturday March 16th for our next inspiration week post!

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301 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On and Park Add-On

  1. Any park with a BBQ good shade (very essential in Australia) and some nice plantings. A creek or pond is really nice too.

  2. Aweeeee, those shadow boxes are beyond adorable, I love them to pieces <3!
    My favorite Park is a small one nearby in Türnich, Germany. It belongs to the castle of Godehard Graf von und zu Hoensbroech. When he inherited the castle and the park, he did a lot of changes according to the Demeter principles – so the trees and bushes are left as they are, there are only small paces between them and he has a fruit growing area where goods are farmed, according to the Demeter principles too so everything is organic.
    They used part of the castle (former library and some staff houses) as a Cafe where you can get all the wonderful organic fruits and vegetables either to buy as is or in form of yummy cakes, dishes and refreshments. I just love this little jewel. If you ever come to visit near Cologne, give it a try. You won't be disappointed.

  3. My favourite park is Euroka Campground in the beautiful Blue Mountains. Perfect in the hot Australian summer because it’s so shady and you never quite know who might come and visit and share in your picnic. Sometimes the kangaroos or magpies or even a goanna or two.

  4. Oh man. How do you pick a favorite park? I guess I’d pick one from my childhood. Jefferson Park. I hung out there all the time as a kid. They had a swimming pool there and then afterwards we’d eat out snacks in the park. Such fond memories!

    Thank you for all of the card inspiration. Mind blowing cards!

  5. My favorite park is down my street. In the summer we swim in the river and hike up to three amazing waterfalls. It’s a truly spectacular place to live

  6. I love those trees!
    My favorite kinds of parks are national ones- Glacier National Park to be exact.
    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  7. My favorite park is at the end of my street, it is simply a bench on an unbuildable sliver of land bordering the intracoastal. Beautiful place to watch the sunset.
    Love these cute examples as always!

  8. My favorite local park is called EB Rains park. It’s also called Webster Lake. Lots of events happen at this park. They have a huge playground for kids, a big lake that you can walk around, fish in and even ride paddle boats on. They shoot off fireworks over the lake on the Fourth of July. There’s even a skateboard area. Just so much to do. A nice place to play and relax. Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  9. i have fond memories of a park in new jersey where i grew up there was a playground but also a paved walking trail that my family would walk together. These cards are so cute!

  10. Love these add ons! My favourite park is Fraser River Park in Vancouver, BC, Canada. It is where I have walked my dogs for the past 16 years. It is an off-leash dog park for dogs and it is right on the river, so the dogs can swim in the summer to stay cool. We walk there everyday and have many 2-legged and 4-legged friends there.

  11. My local park is so nice. The river, acres of grass and a boat ramp….the best.
    This shadow box thing….it’s cool!

  12. Back in the day the favorite place to hang out in my neighborhood was Walbridge Park along the Maumee River.
    Loving all the shadow box creations!

  13. My favorite park is Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado – love the scienic views and all of the animals and hiking trails.

  14. These shadow boxes are adorable! Love them! I live near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, so it had a special place in my heart. Would love to visit Denali in Alaska. And of course we have several local parks, and the one by the lake is my favorite.

  15. My favorite park is probably the Game Farm spark in Auburn, WA. Lots of picnic areas, rolling hills and trails to bike ride on etc

  16. When I was a child my sisters and my mother would go to Johnson Park in N.J. We would watch the trotters and have a picnic. It was so much fun!

  17. Boucher Prairie Park in my hometown is the best. Play areas for kids. Grassy areas for picnics. Water pad for the hot days and a hockey rink!

  18. Fantastic box cards. Love all the add ons to the shadow box set, you make creativity so easy & fun for us all. My favourite park in England is Coombe Abbey Country Park, Coventry, it has a lovely visitors centre, masses of woodland to walk around & a lake & playing field. There is a huge house situated in the middle that is open to the public at certain times of the year. I love sitting there to draw & paint in the nice weather. x

  19. In my city I have two favorite parks- King’s Park is one of the “less popular” city parks, but it is so lovely, it has a beautiful garden, a riverside path, a small pagoda, marshes and some cute bridges. There used to be a pond with a waterfall, but that was removed for safety reasons sadly, but they have allowed the natural prairie marshes to take over where the pond used to be and it is a wonderful nature reserve. This is where we did our wedding photos because I love it here so much!

    The other park I love is Assiniboine Park. This is the park of parks in our city. There’s an English Garden with sculptures, a pavillion that houses free art exhibits, outdoor theatres for ballet in the park and other concerts. The zoo is technically part of the grounds (although admission is required for that). There is also a new conservatory being built on site.Lots to do both inside and out here. It’s one of my favorite spots to go in the spring and summer months to take photos because the English Garden has something new each month.

  20. I’ve been trying to resist the shadow box line but these are so dang cute. Killin’ me! My favorite park when I was little was Pearson Park. It had an awesome merry-go-round, great climbing trees, huge stone turtles to climb on, and a stream running through where we could catch turtles and tadpoles. Sadly, it’s kind of thrashed and urbanized now.

  21. My favorite park is the one across the street from my house, not because it’s the best, but because it’s the easiest.
    I’m really enjoying all the LF design team inspiration this week!

  22. After watching the video, I think I’m going to give the shadow box cards a try. They’re adorable. My favorite park to visit is the dog park. Lol.

  23. I have such fond memories of a park that my late dad use to take my sister and I too. It had swings and as kids we loved going there. It was next to the harbor in the city. I cherish those memories!

  24. I love these super cute shadow box cards! So glad to see more add ons for it! Favorite park… would have to be Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC. My sister and I took a short road trip there from Washington a few years back. And the park was absolutely stunning.

  25. My husband and I love any park with a walking path and big shade trees. We often pack a picnic and go to a local park or the Kankakee River State Park to enjoy a relaxing afternoon of food, reading and walking. I love the shadow box cards! They remind me of the pop- up books I love so much.

  26. These shadow boxes are so cute! I do not frequent many parks these days. I did use to love to go to the Trout park and a local hiking park. Those are a bit too physical for me anymore. Thanks for the wonderful product and awesome inspiration!

  27. My favorite park is from my childhood. Just a plain old corner park where I spent many hours with my friends. Love these little shadowboxes.

  28. All of these box cards are SO amazing!!!!! Great work Kelly and DT!

    Down here in S FL it feels that I’m at a park with my kids each weekend! There are quite a few good ones!

  29. Love that sweet shadow box, so clever and so much fun. My favorite park is Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.

  30. Great ideas as always! My favorite park is the one I spent a lot of time at as a kid, we went swimming almost every day in the summer.

  31. My favorite park was when we lived in Blytheville. They had a little train for kids to ride year round.

  32. OMG the cards today are so cute! My favorite park that I keep dreaming of is Banff National Park in Canada. I love it there! It is so beautiful. I remember we were driving a very secluded road somewhere near there and we ran across a wayside rest/picnic area that had a rushing river right next to it and it was so beautiful and peaceful. I wish I could go there again but we’re probably not going to travel there for a long while since it is in another country and quite far from home. Another park I love in the USA is Custer National Park. There are a lot of amazing landscapes there and the wildlife loop is so fun to drive.

  33. My favorite park is just a plain simple park in a friend’s neighborhood back when we were in grade school. There were four of us and we has so much fun almost every day. Such fond memories there. The cards today are adorable. Love the shadowboxes.

  34. I like to visit Munsinger Park on the Mississippi River in St. Cloud, MN when my husband and I are visiting his hometown and family. It’s beautiful.

  35. I love any park where we can relax in the shade while the kiddos play!
    And I LOVE these shadow box cards! The Gnome one is my favorite!

  36. My favorite park, that is a tough one. I love to travel to all of our National Parks, but I think my favorite is the Rocky Mountain National Park. The view are majestic and the scenery is beautiful. I love the mountains and the wild life roaming around. I love your little shadow boxes, they are adorable.

  37. My favorite park was Dennis the Menace Park before all the changes. Fun memories of putting sand on the metal slide to go faster 🙂 the good times.

  38. Mine is the one across the street from our house! It’s wonderful having it so close. Our daughter can play, and when our games are too big for our yard it’s like having an extension so close!

  39. Wow! Wonderful cards!!!
    My favorite park is the Gran Paradiso National Park that is an Italian national park in the Graian Alps, between the Aosta Valley and Piedmont regions. Love this place!

  40. My favorite used to be one called thunder junction until my son broke his arm on the way to the parking lot last time we were there! 🤦🏼‍♀️

  41. Elm Street Park, Millstadt, IL
    It’s not a big park – there are several ball fields,
    a park bench, a small hut. They needed a
    flagpole and I had one erected with the
    monies given in memory of my husband and
    my own money. It has a memorial placque
    in Bob’s honer. He loved to watch the
    kids play ball. Love the shadow boxes.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  42. My favorite park is from when I was a kid. It had a HUGE concrete slide that took you from the parking lot to the rest of the park!

  43. These little shadow boxes are just darling! My favorite park is Leesylvania Park in northern VA – I used to walk there with my close friend and our dogs, it was along the river, lots of pretty birds and wildlife to see. Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  44. I love the shadow boxes! I guess I would say Desert Breeze is my favorite park. I had my daughter’s adoption party there and they have a train, splash pad and a great lake.

  45. I can’t pick a favorite park; I love too many. My favorite places are probably Twin Bridges in Yosemite and Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. I can’t wait to watch this video.

  46. Gorgeous projects for today’s post! Ok so my favorite park huh? Well, I’ve never really been to any National Parks or things that anyone would really know. But I do have a favorite childhood park, where I remember as a child they would allow us on hot summer days to cool down with the huge water fountain they had. The fire department would come out early in the day and hook up a sprinkler type thing to the hydrants and allow for us to get wet and go inside the fountain! I LOVED that park on summer days and it’s also the park where all my friends and I would get together with a group of other childhood friends after school. A really huge hangout for us all back then. Boy were they the good ole days!
    Hugs,
    Jo in Jersey

  47. Oh there are quite a few parks around my area. There’s Veteran’s Park which has wonderful paths and trails, Mercer County Park which is just HUGE and also has great paths especially for biking, then there’s Tyler State Park in PA which has very hilly paths, canoes to rent, and covered bridges. But I enjoyed Bushkill Falls in Bushkill, PA the best with all their waterfalls and board walkways. I just loves parks.

  48. I don’t care what park it is as long as it’s a nice place with some shade and it’s peaceful!! I could stay in a park all day until the sun starts to do down!! 🙂 Really LOVE the Easter inspiration this post with the box cards!! 🙂

  49. These add ons are just too fun!! I’m not really an outdoorsy person, so I don’t go to parks often. We have a lot of awesome playground parks in this area though and they were great to go to when the kids were little.

  50. My favorite park is in Fredericksburg, TX. We take the kids when we’re there on vacation. It’s beautiful and has a fantastic playground area with lots of shade and there is a lot for families to explore and enjoy together.

  51. My favorite park is called Clemyjontri and I like it because it was designed for children with special needs and open to all. It has a wonderful carousal that my kids loved.

  52. My favorite park is called Cabin John. It has nice shade, wonderful play equipment, and a train for the children to ride on.

  53. LOVE these cute add ons!!! My favorite park is in Grover Hot Springs and I spent many summers there with my family as it was one of the parks that my Dad had designed:)

  54. Love these sweet add-ons! The cards are all so adorable!
    My favorite park is Waller Park. Lots of good memories of BBQs and picnics there with my family!

  55. I need to be rich. I want the shadow box card and addon dies. Plus you have the cutest critter anywhere-I want all of them.I’ve been on anti-depressants for 2 1/2 years now. Your “critters” work way better than the pills.

  56. Love these adorable and sweet add-ons! Such cute creations!
    My favourite park is a community park in the city, it is by the river and has lots of cherry blossom trees. Every year, lots of people visit it when the cherry blossoms are in bloom. At other times of year, it is a perfect place for a lovely stroll. Many visitors fly their kites on the fields, but on the pathway, it can be very quiet and serene.

  57. I love the outdoors, so any park is wonderful. My favorite is close to home – Falls Park in Greenville SC is a lot of fun. We spend lots of lazy Saturdays with the kids and pups down there.

  58. We have a small park within walking distance of our house. It’s my favorite because my boys can usually run into friends from school when we take impormptu trips there.

  59. Does an amusement park count as a favorite park? LOL. I suppose if we’re only talking about natural parks, my favorite is Yosemite.

  60. I don’t have a favorite park, but I love going to different ones in our area that have birds to take pictures of.

  61. I’m very lucky to live about 4 blocks from 2 amazing parks. One has all the pretty stuff, a huge pond full of wild life, and Japanese and rose gardens. The other the fun stuff, a swimming pool, basket ball court and baseball fields, and every year our symphony does a free concert in the summer! I could never pick one over the other, I’m so lucky to live so close to both.

  62. Such darling shadow box cards!!!
    I actually have a few that I really like The Grand Canyon, Joshua Tree, Arches National Park and Carlsbad Caverns National Park. We took all 8 of our grandchildren and two of our children with their spouse last April on a road trip in a RV and we stopped at all of these beautiful National Parks!!

  63. Columbia Tech Center park is my favorite park, they have some really need things for the kids to play with. Unfortunately no bathroom!

  64. These are sooo adorable!! Love them!
    My favorite park, is pretty much any park with tall trees, grassy areas, and a lake/pond/stream. 🙂

  65. Acadia National Park in Maine is my favorite.
    Thank you for all the adorable shadow box cards. They ‘re really putting me in the mood for Spring!

  66. Ack! I love these add-ons! The samples from the designers are SO cute. My favorite local park is named Bever Park. It’s full of mature trees and grassy rolling hills. It’s very picturesque and lovely. Thank you for the chance to win!

  67. Such fab samples. My fave park is Ervng’s Park. It is one of the few green areas in my city and includes a playground for children and lovely views of the city.

  68. My Favorite park is Flushing Park in Michigan – I went there tons of time growing up – we even had a class reunion at the park – TFS all the great creations!

  69. I adore Camelback Park, a small park in my community where everyone comes to play, sit, stroll and hike. There is a den of foxes in the spring and you can watch the kits tumble and play on the ledge. Loved today’s inspirations.

  70. We have a local park called Mill Creek Park, which is a beautiful park full of flowers and walking paths. It also has a water wheel, that long ago used to grind corn and wheat and it is beautifully restored.

  71. Reed Kepler park in Illinois!! Playground, pool in the summer and ice skating in the winter with a club house for hot chocolate!! I love all of these Adorable Shadow boxes!!!

  72. Super cute boxes and cards! I love whiting park in Indiana. It has changed so much over the years. It has beautiful scene of the Chicago skyline of the city and it is on Lake Michigan. Brings back wonderful memories too.

  73. I love this die set. It creates some cute cards. I love the squirrels. My favorite park is Jekyll Island. It is considered a state park and it has a beach, pier, bike paths, historical buildings and some of the best restaurants!! I love to walk the beaches and pick up conchs and sand dollars. My house is decorated with them.

  74. My favorite park is a marine park on Bonaire. It is where I saw my first octopus in the wild!
    I love the shadow box! I love making them! Your DT has done a great job!

  75. My favorite park is Parr Park near our house. It has a huge playground for the kids and trails to walk in the trees and is beautiful in the spring!

  76. My absolute favorite park is actually a campground where I spent a lot of time as a child. It is Levi Jackson State Park in Kentucky. Completely enclosed by trees, it was the perfect place to spend time as a family. The memories I have of our time there is something I have always treasured.

  77. Oh, I really need to get started with shadow boxes!
    I don’t have a favorite park – just love it to have one near.

  78. Banff National Park is a favourite; specifically Johnson’s Canyon, where the trails take you to the most beautiful sites, from waterfalls to the ‘ink pots’ ponds. Excited to head there once the ice melts.
    Today’s showcases are, again, sheer delight! Enabling happening big time!
    ~carol

  79. My favorite park is Waterfront Park in my hometown. It is within walking distance of my home and has a nice long dock on the lake.

  80. Wow! Such cute cards! My favorite park is called Kensington National Park. It’s a very nice place to visit over the summer.

  81. My favorite park is a reservoir park in Gilbert, Az. There is a fun learning play ground for kids, a nice walking path, and places to stop and enjoy nature whether it be birds or fish or butterflies.

  82. my favorite park is the “parc nationale de la mauricie”
    you can sit on the huge rocks and just let the water come down around you. best place for relaxing in the summer!

  83. My favorite park in Canaveral National Seashore Park were after hiking or biking nature trails you can go down to the beach to cool off. You get to see a lot of wild life: manatees, birds, dolphins, deer’s and more. There are also nice places to picnic near the inlet.

  84. I love Yellowstone National Park; I like that you can camp there and that there are so many areas where you can just be alone. and the waterfalls are amazing.

  85. I’m fond of many parks, but New York’s Central Park is truly amazing and serves such an important purpose in a big city.

  86. So many cute boxes today! This is probably not the kind of park you had in mind, but my favorite park, hands-down is Yellowstone. (Wish I could visit it every year!)

  87. Gorgeous projects with SO much dimension – love them!
    When you say “park,” I immediately think amusement park, because we just got back from Spring Break at Disney World. 🙂 <3 I love Epcot because of all the different countries represented and FOOD you can get, and Animal Kingdom is nice and shady for those hot days in Florida.
    For parks at home, I have to say the dog park. Our dog Lucy was the only family member we couldn't take on vacation with us, and she loves to roam around free.

  88. My Favorite park is anything in Walt Disney World although I haven’t been there in years! Love all the samples today!

  89. My favorite park is any where that I can observe the sunrise and sunset like I am seeing right now here in Virginia. I love to create with paper crafts with Lawn Fawn products as there are so many possibilities and I can share the end product with family and friends. It is meant to warm their hearts and bring a smile to their face! Thank you Lawn Fawn staff and design team members.

  90. Love these add-ons! They make me want Spring and warmer weather to come! My favorite park is just down the street from our house! It has a fountain to splash in and mice paths for bike riding! My family loves going there!

  91. Those shadow box adaptions are the absolute best. Love the different looks of them and how other sets were incorporated into them. that is so helpful. it does I need to pick up a few more items though.

  92. My favorite park is Yellowstone. The scenery is always changing and always breathtaking. Your cards are so amazing. Thanks for inspiring me.

  93. Chirp-chirp-chirp! Translation: so pretty! One of our favorite park is lovers key park, Florida, for the wild life.

  94. My favorite park is Walkersville Community Park. It was our go-to park growing up and so I have many fond memories there.

  95. I have young children and my favourite park has a fantastic water play area which is great during summer school holidays.

  96. My favorite park is Minnehaha Park. There is an awesome seafood restaurant, Minnehaha Falls, and lots of space to walk, explore, or just hang out in the shade with a picnic blanket, a good book, and some snacks.

  97. My favourite park is Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC! There are so many things to do there. I love walking parts of the sea wall.

    Your projects are wonderful!

  98. Oh these box cards
    and regular cards are
    so fun and cute! I enjoy
    walking around Nielsen
    Grove Park in Orem, Utah.
    Carla from Utah

  99. What adorable examples! so creative. So many stunning and quaint parks, but I think my all time favorite was the lakefront park in Milwaukee. I miss going there and zoning out at the marina. The sound of the bat riggings and the waves. Sigh.

  100. The Washington DC mall area has so many parks that bring comfort to people. I love looking over the expanse of the mall from the Lincoln Memorial or Supreme Court steps to view the beauty. Thank you, Lawn Fawn staff and designers for a reminder that spring brings love and warmth to our souls.

  101. Hyde Park must be my favorite. First park I visited with my wife (then girlfriend) when she was living in Highgate, London, England.

  102. My favorite park would be heritage village park. It features old homes that you can tour and has a big area with picnic benches.

  103. These new die sets made me fall in love with the Shadow Box Card die set all over again! And aaaack.. the deisgners’ projects are SO WONDERFUL! My favorite park is the one in the town I grew up in, in Northbrook, IL, probably because I was a child and it seemed so magical. Just a bog piece of land with the regular park playing pieces in it, a big lion water fountain, a basebll field, and an ice cream shop and a hot dog shop across the street. Pure wonderfulness!

  104. Our city park has everything-a big pavilion for hosting community events like summer concerts, lots of grassy space, a small lake, and a fun playground for the kids.

  105. I just adore all of the Shadow Box cards! I haven’t bought and of the dies to make those cards, yet, but they’re next on my list!

  106. My favorite park… Fallon Park… in my neighborhood. My daughter played there as a child and now the granddaughters play there as well. We love to go on nature walks and collect items for our Fairy Houses and Gardens. The girls during the summer ask if they can go to the “Creek” which is what they call it! Whatever it’s called I love sharing with the girls!

  107. SO much cuteness, all these boxes look so adorable, and are such a fun alternative to a standard card! I have a gorgeous little park just around the corner from me, which surrounds a lovely lake – I love going for walks around the lake and through the park, and it’s the best part of my day when I stroll around with my Little One in the pram 🙂

  108. Wowzers…awesome shadow boxes!!! How fun these are to make. Great inspiration and talent!!!
    My FAVE Park is our City Park. There is so much to do there as it is wooded and has many trails and sports for children, teens and adults. It’s beautiful in every season and keeps a lot of teen’s out of trouble with the many activities there is to do.
    Thanks again for all the great designs!!!

  109. I love the little scenarios in the box cards. I’m definitely going to get the park add-on. My favorite park has a zoo and a Japanese Tea Garden. When I was a kid, the park even had paddle boats, which were lots of fun!

  110. Such fun to see all the newer dies and stamps crafted in these beautiful shadow box scenes. Really looking forward to the video.

  111. My favourite park is the Garden Society Park in Gothenburg. It is a quiet oasis in the middle of the city. They have an awesome rose garden.

  112. The roadside parks in Iowa offer such peace and quiet. I love to stop a watch the nature nearby. Thank you Lawn Fawn staff and designers for the inspirations you provide for us.

  113. As a bird-watcher I love a lot of parks. But the national park: Biesbosch, and my local ‘groene jonker’ are my favorites.
    I never made a shadow box card, but they look so cute!!

  114. We have a park near our house – kids played in the swings there as babies, played there as toddlers, we’ve had parties and picnics there, and now our puppy plays there so now we walk together as a family! Love it.

  115. The shadow boxes are such a cute way to share a little story scene. I think my favourite park is our local water park in the summer time. I have 3 very young kids and it’s a park where I can take all 3 and still be able to relax a little too. It’s wonderful. What is your favourite park?

  116. My favorite park is at the falls In Niagara Falls NY. It doesn’t get any better than watching that water rush down. So beautiful.

  117. Our favourite park is Banff National Park, which we live only a couple of hours from. There is so much to do all year long from hiking to skiing to romantic getaways! It us truly a Canadian treasure! Love all the inspiration today including his to use these dies on a card front!

  118. These are so cool! My favourite park is Kowloon Park in Hong Kong where I live – only a 5 minute walk away. It’s an oasis of green in a big busy city!

  119. Great projects today.
    We have two parks in town that having living musice playing during the summer. We like to take our lawn chairs and spend thevery day or evening listening to music, meeting friends and watching the sunset over the lake.

  120. My favorite local park is one that is walking distance from my son and daughter-in-law’s home. It’s a local park district park, but has a nice playground, a splash pad in the summer and a basketball bank shot court – all of these things of course make my 4 grandsons very happy.

    On a much larger scale, my husband and I have taken a number of National Park vacations over the past 5 years or so. They are all amazing and inspiring in their own unique way, but of the ones we’ve visited so far, Zion National Park is the one I would go back to in a heartbeat!

  121. Love! My favorite park is a local park near our house. Small beach, great grass and lots of playground.

  122. Such delightful little scenes today! We have a charming little park in the small town I live in. There’s large trees, lots of flowers, an arched bridge and scattered benches throughout to sit and enjoy the peace and beauty.

  123. These are so fun. I love how creative the design team is with these. My favorite park is Bicentennial park, the have a lot of open area to run around, pic nic areas and a little marshy area with a boardwalk. It’s a nice place to visit.

  124. The parks all over the USA are truly blessings to all of us. I just can’t target my favorite at this time. I know that Lawn Fawn products inspire me creating paper craft items related to nature. Thank you Lawn Fawn staff and designers.

  125. We don’t get to the park often enough. Lake Winona Park has just about everything you could want at a park plus beautiful scenery.

  126. Wow!! I need a creative class on these cute Shadow Box cards! So thankful for Lawn Fawn YouTube videos. My favorite park, is a small nearby park with great hills for sledding!

  127. Love the shadow box cards! My fav park is called para wirra its a national park about 30 min from where i live and it has a creek playground ovals its really big amd beautiful also has free bbq and a lovely view animals especially kangaroos and emus roam freely too!

  128. We went to Alaska a few years ago, and our trip included Denali National Park. It was amazing with all the animals we saw.

  129. I’ve never been to any of the national parks…when I had little ones…I had a really bad accident involving my knee…in 20 yrs I had 18 major surgeries…money was tight…maybe one of these years I’ll get to go

  130. Hmmm, I like parks in general, but since I can’t spend much time outside, I prefer the parks with lots of trees to provide extra shade. Recently went to Yosemite National Park, so I will last one. It has been a fave of mine for a long time.

  131. We are so thankful to Lawn Fawn associates for the products that give us inspiration for themes such as parks.

  132. I love the Teton National Park. I’m a mountain girl and just love the majestic Tetons, I’ve seen them only twice.

  133. I don’t have a lot of parks nearby, but El Yunque is our tropical rainforest and it’s very fun to visit. Haven’t been there since the Hurricane María. It suffered a lot of damage and it’s still on the road to recovery.

  134. Theses little scenes are precious . I think any park with a swing set is fabulous!!! For the kids of course!! 😉 We also love Estes Park quite a bit. Thanks so much for all the cuteness. Take care. ❤️

  135. I think I’d have to pick my favorite park when I was little – I don’t know it’s actual name but I always called it Curly Slide Park because it had a big slide with loops in it. I used to always ask my parents and grandparents if we could go to Curly Slide Park whenever we got in the car!

  136. I went to one park all the time when I was young and it was called Flat Rock Park! Always had so much fun.
    Great release and thanks for sharing…

  137. We aren’t a huge fan of parks, but love the arboretum! Any place that is wheelchair accessible is wonderful!

  138. My favourite “park” is my backyard. With a pond, fish, mini waterfall, wrap around deck, and kids play center just off to the side that is my happy place to sit and read.

  139. I love the park add on, those trees are the perfect frame! Although I’d rather use it as a forest kind of scene, because I loke the wild nature of forests more than the parks planned by humans.
    I don’t have a favourite park, i have a favourite nature-area-kind-of-thing. It’s near my home. It has a path, trees, a river and the path leads to my favourite ice cream parlor! ♥

  140. My favorite park is Old Poway Park which has a 100+ year old train that runs around its border amongst the beautiful trees.

  141. Thank you to the Lawn Fawn staff and designers for providing us with inspiration to make our shadow boxes a bit more “spiffy” with these add ons! I love to use these products on cards as well.

  142. So much cuteness in this post! Love them all! My favorite park is one that’s down the road from my house. It’s in the middle of nowhere, but that’s great since it has nice wide paths for my dog and me to hike along. Plus it’s never crowded on the trails so it’s very relaxing.

  143. My favorite park is actually an amusement park. Now that the boys are older, we can spend the day there chatting in line away from devices so it is fun and also bonding time.

  144. My favorite park will always be my childhood park just down the street from our church in Gothenburg, NE. It was heavily, had tons of playground stuff, & plenty of room for running around!

  145. So cute projects! My favorite park is Central park in my home town. It has different sections for all kinds of outdoor activities and there is a river going all around it. I always take my daughter there when we are visiting.

  146. This is a toughie I just love being anywhere outside! I would say I like Trexler Preserve. There are lots of trails and animals to see!

  147. The national park system is amazing. My favorite “local” park is the park along Lake Michigan in Chicago. It’s amazing to have that natural treasure in a big city.

  148. Love those cards…..they are so cute. I can’t pick a favorite park, but if I had to, it would probably be the park where I grew up….Lafayette Park, NY; hung out there all the time with friends, from morning til night. Those were the days and many many good memories.

  149. SOOOO cute – want it all! I live in a VERY small town – no parks! But we do enjoy going to the National Wildlife Refuge near us – it is the winter home of the only flock of wild whooping cranes – they migrate between their far northern Canada breeding grounds and their winter home here on the Texas coast!

  150. My favourite park to go to is in Orange, NSW Australia which is about 2 hours from where I live. It is called Cook Park and has beautiful flowers, gardens, tall trees and even has a big aviary full of different kinds of birds.

  151. I don’t really have a favorite park these days, but when I was a kid I used to like biking to Hines Park and feeding the ducks and geese. Good hills to coast down, and then you could bike around the lake on your way back rather than having to bike back up those hills!

  152. My favourite park is called Kings Park. It is huge and overlooks our city. It has everything, bushland, big green open spaces, beautiful children’s playgrounds, a tree top walk and it even hosts outdoor concerts in summer.

  153. These add-ons for spring can also be used with other Lawn Fawn products such as the scalloped treat box. I love arranging the tiny “critters” around these boxes. Thank you Lawn Fawn for this inspiration!

  154. A favorite park of mine is Prairie park fishery in my city that I live in. My family likes to go there so we can go fishing together.

  155. So many adorable cards! If Disney is included it has to be my favorite. Whatever age you are you can always be a kid their. It’s a happy place all the time.

  156. My favorite park is Silver Falls State Park located just outside of Salem, Oregon. It has many beautiful waterfalls, hiking and biking trails and camping. Our family has spent many happy days there!

  157. awww these cards are delightful – would love to win this awesome die set !!
    Our local park is my fav – it has a lovely pond, picnic and beach area – perfect for out door summer fun:)

  158. I don’t have a favorite park. I haven’t been to a park since I was a young girl. If theme parks count then it would definitely be Disneyland Park in Anaheim and Magic Kingdom in Orlando. 🙂

  159. Salisbury Zoo and Park in Salisbury, Maryland. It is small but the way it is laid out makes it seem very spacious and larger than it really is. They have bamboo between the exhibits and curved paths. There is a small river or creek where you can paddleboat, ducks and geese to feed, walking paths, and a nice play area.

  160. These are all so fantastic and filled with so much park fun! I think my favorite park growing up was VanDyke park in Fairfax, VA. Now my fav is Joshua Tree National Park. Maybe you could make a Joshua Tree stamp and die set???? Luckily I love 20 minutes away from JT! It is beautiful out here!!!

  161. When we visit Grandma and Grandpa’s house our favorite park is a place we call “Pirate park” it has a great pretend pirate ship for the kids to play on!

  162. My favorite park would probably be the one that has a playground, pool, and mini zoo! It’s pretty fun!

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