Lawn Fawn Intro: Really Rainbow Scallops, Feel Better Line Border, Mother’s Day Line Border

Hello and Welcome to Lawn Fawn’s April Inspiration Week! We will be showcasing 5 new stamp sets, along with 7 of our new stand alone dies and our Really Rainbow Scallops paper collection! All of our Spring 2019 Release is available now at lawnfawn.com and at your favorite craft stores!!

We already have four places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
Our Rain or Shine Before ‘n Afters post!
Our Llama Tell You and Year Nine post!
Our Rainy Backdrop and Stitched Umbrella post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Really Rainbow Scallops paper, Feel Better Line Border and Mother’s Day Line Border! Really Rainbow Scallops is a collection of papers featuring a fun scalloped pattern. With papers featuring every color in the rainbow, this collection is sure to brighten up your cards and crafts! Add a heartfelt greeting to your cards with our 2 new Line Border dies! The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these fun new products!

Mother’s Day Line Border looks great in white cardstock against the pretty purple scallops of the Mermaid Tail paper! The leaves from Stitched Flower Frame add lots of bright color to Kay‘s gorgeous mother’s day card!

Melissa M used simple circle shapes in all the rainbow colors of Really Rainbow Scallops to create this fantastic wreath design for her beautiful scrapbook layout!

Megan‘s joyful card design is filled with a happy scene to invite smiles! The Feel Better Line Border adds just the right greeting and it looks awesome inlaid in the grassy panel!

Audrey elevated the look of her Life is Good design by die cutting the Stitched Wave Borders from Sea Serpent paper! The blue scalloped pattern looks great as waves!

Puffy Star Stackables die cut from colorful Really Rainbow Scallops papers look amazing as a simple border on Melissa‘s beautiful layout!

Our Llama Tell You and Say What? Christmas Critters llamas look adorable with custom colored accessories on Yainea‘s charming card! I love how she used Really Rainbow Scallops papers for the Stitched Mountains and to frame the scene with a Reverse Stitched Rectangle Window! Adding stamped cacti from Stuck on You to the patterned paper is a great idea!

Rebecca’s sweet get well card is a combination of Rainy Backdrop: Portrait, Stitched Umbrella and Feel Better Line Border! It’s an adorable no-stamp design!

Latisha used both sides of the 12×12 Phoenix Feather paper to add lively color and pattern to her delightful thank you card! It’s the star of the show! I love how she paired the red Oh Gnome mushrooms with sweet Mermaid colored hearts!

Melissa‘s gorgeous scrapbook page features rainbow columns of stars in the pretty colors and pattern of Really Rainbow Scallops! Such a fun way to frame the sweet photo of her adorable niece!

Elise‘s delightful Butterfly Kisses card has pretty Really Rainbow Scallops papers as the sky and grass!

The Rub-A-Dub-Dub ducks are frolicking on Elena‘s gorgeous mother’s day design! I love how she curved the Mother’s Day Line Border to match the Simple Grassy Hillsides!

Lynnette created a cute Eggstra Amazing Easter scene inside an oval window! She die cut the oval window included in the Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On from the Unicorn Mane paper from Really Rainbow Scallops!

Now, I have a video for you introducing Feel Better Line Border and Mother’s Day Line Border and sharing some fun things you can do with these new sentiment border dies! I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or click HERE to watch it at our You Tube channel.

Thanks for watching!

And now here is a quick video to introduce our Really Rainbow Scallops paper collection! You can watch it below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Really Rainbow Scallops, Feel Better Line Border and Mother’s Day Line Border. Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about a crafty project you are working on by April 19th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this paper collection! (If you already own this collection and win, you can choose another paper collection!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Thursday April 18th for our next inspiration week 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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236 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Really Rainbow Scallops, Feel Better Line Border, Mother’s Day Line Border

  1. I am trying to teach myself how to watercolour. I hope to make some frameable pictures soon. Problem is that we have moved to a new house a few months ago and the garden keeps calling me outside!

  2. Love today’s inspiration! My current crafty project is a cross-stitch scene featuring Little Red Riding Hood.

    1. I’m learning brush lettering and making light up Birthday cards with my new Chibi goodies. Your kit made learning how to do it incredibly easy!

  3. The project I’m currently working on is making card backgrounds. Then I can just plop a stamped and colored image onto them. Sometimes I like to create this way. It is fun coloring and coordinating the images to match the card background.

  4. I’m working on turning a bunch of background panels I made into cards. It’s been surprisingly hard for me to figure out, but I think I’m overthinking it.

  5. I’m currently working on an anniversary card and a birthday card. This weekend I’d like to make a few backgrounds to have on hand.

  6. I just got my first set of copics! I’m working on learning how to use them and make some pop up Easter cards.

  7. When time allows, I’m working on a quilt – simple pattern but lots of little pieces of fabric – right now I’m mostly in the washing, starching, ironing and cutting phase, but it’s still fun. Papercrafting wise, I’m working on putting away all of the awesome stamps and dies I’ve been purchasing like a crazy woman the last few months. LOL! I appreciate you having us answer questions for these “Comment to Win” posts. Helps me remember if I already commented or not! I’m a big fan of your line borders – the perfect finishing touch!

  8. I’m currently working on my monthly project life spread. Next up, journaling!
    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  9. I’m currently working on making a variety of cards such as Mother’s Day and graduation cards to sell at an upcoming Spring Market.

  10. I’m working on five small books, four pages in each, the grandkids are taking on a cruise to document their trip!! Used most all of Lawn Fawn’s sets that had anything to do with water creatures. They are turning out sooooo cute!! Thanks for making it so easy to embellish the pages with theses sets!!

  11. I am working on making more cards and focusing on using all the stamps and dies that I have at least once. 🙂 I’m also doing my best to work through my stash of paper scraps to use them up!

  12. I love this paper – just enough pattern to add interest, but not overwhelm. And the “feel better” sentiment is so perfect – much better than “get well”, which is often not so appropriate. You continue to produce so many perfectly sweet products!

  13. Love all of these projects!!! Awesome work everyone – so inspired – but unfortunately at work haha!!

    A crafty project I’m working on is a bunch of Teacher’s Appreciation Day goodies for my kids’ teachers!!

  14. I am currently working on all types of cards to build up the collection. That way I won’t have to run to the store when I need one in a pinch.

  15. I’ve got a 1st birthday card to make for my niece’s cousin (we’re pretty close with my sister’s in-laws, and she is only 6 months older than my niece). Good thing Lawn Fawn is perfect for birthdays!

  16. Different and unique set of inspirations today! I love the rainbows 🙂 I’m currently working on an album for one of my friends who wants to gift it to her husband on their anniversary 🙂

  17. Love the rainbow paper. Lawn Fawn 6 x 6 paper is my go to paper when making cards. I’m in the process of making a few spring wreaths for my doors.

  18. Thanks for so much lovely inspiration! Great new products.
    Today I am going to make a mixed media card, probably as a
    Mother’s Day card for my sister.

  19. Loving the new paper collection and dies! I’ve been working on a box, card, and pysanky egg for my grandsons birthday.

  20. After looking at these great examples, my crafty project will be a unique mothers day card with a combination of Lawn Fawn sets. Loved the cacti border!

  21. I am currently cross stitching a piece inspired by Sue Coleman’s Seal painting and trying to make 45 paper fuchsias as a retreat gift.

  22. It’s Spring Break so I am working on creating teacher gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week which is coming up in May.

  23. Cuteness! This is kind of crafty, but not loads of fun…I’m cleaning out my card stash and donating them to the local senior center. 🙂

  24. I am creating a set of Alphabet postcards which I am mailing to my 2 year old granddaughter. She lives across the country so every week or so I get one in the mail to her. I am up to Q. I write the letter, draw an animal and add the word.

  25. Love the new papers ! I am always working on multiple projects. I have a baby blanket I’m crocheting for my grand daughter, who should arrive any day. I’ve currently got several things stamped on my desk, waiting to be colored. And I have a partially made card front on my desk! I also am working on making lots of hats for Christmas for the grands this year!

  26. I’m working on my mother’s day card, as it’s the first time in many, many years I’ll get to spend the day with my mum.

  27. I love all the bright, happy colors in these beautiful projects! I am working on small craft items the local animal shelter can sell at their next bizarre to raise funds. Thank you for the chance to win!

  28. I am currently making “April Showers/May Flowers” signs for a friend that is having a spring tea in May. I am also working on birthday cards, mother’s day cards and projects so I have a lot in the hopper right now! Love the fun spring and rainbow projects featured today!

  29. I am currently on a multi-interactive card (using several interactive methods).
    I loved a card that combined the slider pop-up + let’s toast !

  30. SWOON!! LOVING ALL of the Inspiration and the NEW Products!! I’m working on LOTS of BEAUTIFUL Mother’s Day, End of School Year Teacher Gifts and Graduation Cards!! Hard to believe it all going to be here in a matter of weeks!! THANKS for sharing and for the chances to WIN!! Have a VERY BLESSED Easter Week/Weekend!!

  31. Great projects today from the design ladies. I am working on two baby outfits and then will make a baby card with the rub-a-dub-dub stamps.

  32. This paper pack was my favorite from this new release! It’s so happy and I just love it! I have so many half finished crafty projects going right now my craft room is a mess! Haha!

  33. The project on my craft table right now is another card kit for a class I’ll be teaching (and kits we’ll be selling, too!) at my local craft store (Scrapmania in Cedar Rapids, IA)! It’s a Birthday Cards for the Guys kit, and I’m trying to incorporate as much Lawn Fawn into it as I can (I always do with my cards kits)!

  34. Love the Really Rainbow Scallop paper and the Design Team has done an excellent job of showcasing it today! I’m working on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day cards!

  35. More fabulous inspiration! I LOVE the vibrant leaves card!! I am working on a set of notecards for a gift right now.

  36. A crafty project I am working on right now is jewelry for my Mom, Mother-In-Law and Sister-In-Law for Mother’s Day!

  37. My crafty project at the moment is birthday cards. Lots of birthdays this month so I have to replenish my stash.

  38. I’m working on my May birthday and anniversary cards. I try to stay ahead so they are ready to drop in the mail and I’m not rushing around trying to get them made.

  39. Almost all of my card crafts are for #cardsforhospitalizedkids. It’s a wonderful organization that gives cards to kids in hospitals. The rainbow paper would make some awesome cards for those kiddos (wink-wink)! I’m also working on scrapbook(s) for my daughter’s graduation. It’s not for another 2 years, but it’s going to take me that long to make them. Sooooo much crafty fun!!!!

  40. I’m making a pivot pop-up birthday card using Sweet Friends and Treat Yourself. A friend asked if I made pop-up cards, so I thought I’d surprise her.

  41. Great ideas, as always! I’m currently working on Mother’s Day and May birthday cards, when I finish those I’m going to play with my Chibitronics kit!

  42. Wow, so many amazing projects today! I love the stamping over the patterned paper, I will have to try that. I have been working on some watercolored cards this week.

  43. I love that new paper! I’m currently working on a personalized cross stitch of my brother’s family. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  44. Gorgeous inspiration! I am currently working on a very involved Halloween project for a class that I’m getting ready to teach with a group of local friends! My time to coming near, so I’ve been busy with it! I’m so inspired to pull out my new Spring Lawn Fawn products with these gorgeous inspirational pieces! 🙂

  45. Love all the samples today and can’t wait to use my Really Rainbow Scallops paper! I am getting ready to make bunny, chick and duck boxes to give our to friends at our Easter egg hunt!

  46. Love those beautiful papers and the ways in which they have been used.
    I am currently working on a treat box.

  47. These scalloped papers are some of my faves. I’m working on tokens for my Girl Scouts who will be leaving our group soon.

  48. Beautiful cards! The team is so creative! I am working on some “Get well soon” cards for some church friends that are sick.

  49. Just finished Easter cards so next up is playing with new goodies I haven’t had a chance to play with yet! Love the way the line border was curved, great idea!

  50. I’m just finishing up 10 “fancy” Christmas cards for next Christmas I was asked to make for a friend. Most of them include something from my Lawn Fawn stash.

  51. “A” crafty project, LOL. Don’t we all have so many going on at the same time? I’m currently trying to organize my paper collection. I certainly would not mind adding more of these beautiful papers to my collection!

  52. My big project right now is finishing up the journaling for 2012 and 2013 scrapbooks. I’m only a ‘little bit’ behind. 😉

  53. Not sure it’s crafty but I just got the grass cut and the
    yard looks wonderful. that makes me as happy
    as when I finish the birthday cards I’m working on.
    Love Melissa’s layout. The wreath if fascinating.
    thanks for sharing txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)comm

  54. Just amazing Cards and Projects!!! I’m working on the Butterfly Pop Up die Cards for Easter for my Great Niece and Great Nephew! Ya’ see, I’m not just a Good Aunt; I’m a Great Aunt! =)

  55. I just finished cross stitching some fish on a towel. Tomorrow I will start stitching an ocean themed welcome sign 😊.

  56. I have been working on glittery cards today and I have also been painting and decorating Easter egg mdf holders for my nieces, nephew and daughter over the past week!

  57. “Coffee” card. I participate in “coffee” card swap group, and need to make one. I really like the sketch on Lawnfawnatics which is going on there at the moment, and I’m planning to use that sketch. Love that sketch! And then, I plan to make a card for that challenge, using LF stamps!

  58. As April is a busy birthday month for me, I’m working on 3 birthday cards and 6 Easter cards. I have finished 5 bunny treat boxes for my grandkids.

  59. I’m currently not working in any craft projects. I should make a few graduation, birthday and Father’s Day cards but haven’t felt inspired.

  60. Another round of delights! Currently playing with my reveal wheel goodies to make a bunch of cards for my niece, nephew and their teachers/coaches. Then, on to the Magic Picture Changer!
    ~carol

  61. This week I finished my first card using the Eggstra Amazing Easter set. It was so fun to make–with help from watching yours videos. I really like the new rainbow scallops paper. The cards are so sweet especially the llamas.

  62. My ongoing project is making cards for hospitalized kids. The cross stitching is finished on a pincushion kit I bought as a souvenir that needs to be put together. I’ve cut out pieces for making quilted potholders. My grandniece is expecting and I want to sew or knit something for her. I better get busy!
    The scalloped papers are so pretty and, quite surprisingly, look different depending on the color.
    The cards and layouts are really cute and sweet.

  63. I am currently working on a long list of cards that I will be sending to family for various reasons. I am usually busy making cards for my co-workers to send out and hardly have time to make the cards I need for myself.

  64. I keep wanting to get Rub a Dub combo. Every time I see them I think they are so cute. But I know that I need to wait and not get more products until I have played with my latest haul a bit more.

  65. I’m currently working on some Easter cards for friends and family, but excited to spend the long weekend ahead of me to start working on Birthday cards – I try to make these well in advance as time just creeps up on me these days!

  66. I’m working on a layout using different new techniques I’ve just learned including watercolours and stamping with a little embossing for fun 😊.

  67. My current crafty project is invitations for my wedding! After I’m finished with those then I can get playing with my latest haul from lawn fawn 🙂

  68. I love the patterned paper, stamping on it is so clever! Been doing some woodworking this week: a step stool for our granddaughter and planter boxes for the front yard

  69. I’m working on Disney layouts. I decided not to do a separate album so am including pages in our family album. It’s gonna take a while, since my sister hasn’t sent me her photos yet (patiently tapping my fingers waiting…;) )
    These projects – and new products – look awesome!

  70. I have many craft projects on the go at the moment. I am stitching a sampler, making a quilt and making a mother’s day card for my mum.

  71. I love the new Really Rainbow Scallops papers and the new Line Border dies. I’m just working on an idea for my sister-in-law’s birthday card. Nothing’s coming to me and it’s next week!

  72. current craft projects: knitting another gnome again, make mushroom house card, an umbrella shaker card, a ballerina shadow box, shaker bookmark-tags and another tiny pop up box card…yes i do have sleepless nights…

  73. I ordered the border and am going to use it on my mother’s day cards. I really enjoyed your inspirations from the design team. Thank you

  74. Was going to make my granddaughter teacher Easter cards…being her first preschool holiday…but we all got sick…

  75. I’m actually in the process of putting my Lawn Fawn spring release haul away!!! I just love these projects featured today

  76. My dog’s 1st birthday is this week and we are having a party for her and her friends (both 2-legged and 4-legged) this weekend. I have been working on treat bags, using both the tote bag and goodie bag dies. I am also using the dogs from the Happy Howlidays and Happy Howloween stamp sets as part of the decoration. I also used the “Party like there’s no tomorrow” stamp from Rawrsome! Homemade dog cookies and homemade human cookies will go in these decorated bags – have made 25 of each (goodie bags for dogs and tote bags for humans). Love all your supplies and can’t get enough of them!!!

  77. Awesome creations ladies! I am so in love with the Feel Better line boarder die! Currently I am working on all types of cards to build up my stash!

  78. I actually need to get my creative mojo back, I haven’t done anything since January, when I went to a stamping event and made over 80 cards, and since then I haven’t been back to my craft table.

  79. Wow, so many amazing projects! I just love the DT they are so clever! Ugh, well I’m one of those people that can’t be only working on one crafty project or even one card! Right now my main project is a mother’s day card.

  80. I’m currently working on Easter cards for family and friends, and on a school album for our youngest son.
    Love all the projects by the design team! So much inspiration! 😍

  81. Happiness will be especially fun to share with those whom we love when we use these Lawn Fawn products.
    Thank you to the Lawn Fawn staff and design team members!

  82. I haven’t been able to craft lately because I have been trying to get organized. I’m running out of space! I did make an Easter card for my cousin.

  83. I am hoping to finish my Easter cards tonight…I know…leaving it till the last moment. I am also working on an album for my Mom’s 90th birthday this summer. I have asked several family members to return the post cards I sent them with a birthday wish for her special day. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  84. I got the new Magic Picture Changer die and I’m working on doing some interactive Mother’s Day and Father’s Day cards.

  85. I’m currently working on some Easter baskets complete with chick tiny treat boxes to give to my family and friends 🙂

  86. I love the rainbow card stock, I received some with my Simon Says Card Kit. Right now I am trying to make my little stitched Easter baskets for some chocolate eggs. They are so tiny and cute, I love everything Lawn Fawn. Great inspiration.

  87. I adore the scalloped paper. It’s a must have item! I love Lawn Fawn colors which are so bright and happy.

    1. I’m working on a Mother’s Day card right now but I have more projects lined up (birthday banner, birthday cards, baby cards, etc.). 🙂

  88. I’m working on a cross-stitch, but I’m going so slow! I’ve really got to start working on it more and faster! I’m hoping to get some butterfly treat boxes made on Saturday for Easter, too. I love Kay’s card – it seems like such a simple idea, but it looks so great! Still loving Megan’s inlaid borders, too. I’m really going to have to give that a try!

  89. Such happy colors in these paper packs! The crafty project I’m currently working on is my Mother’s Day card for my mom.

  90. I have just been busy making cards for the 3 design teams I am on…2 of them are for Christmas, so my stash of Christmas cards gets built up throughout the year. BONUS! 🙂

  91. I’ve got a 6×6 paper pad that I’ve been working on turning into cards, very slowly, over the last couple of weeks. :p

  92. I love how soft and gorgeous these are!! I am working on a fun crafty project right now. I went on Kristina’s (Werner) Crafty Cruise in February and I am still working on some cards to send to all the other Crafty Cruisers that I met on that cruise. It was such a great time! I am using the Ahoy, Matey and Life is Good stamp sets!!

  93. Crafty project I am working on now is Easter cards, which I am late on, and birthday cards for nieces for next week.

  94. Current crafty situation is that I’m working on my daughters first communion invitations and party decor!

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