Season’s Givings Blog Hop + Giveaway + Lawn Fawn Video {1.1.20} Chari’s Rainbow Wreath!

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the Seasons Givings Blog Hop! Our sweet and wonderful design team member Latisha came up with this idea, and I just love it! This hop is all about thanking our blog readers. We are just so grateful for you guys. We can feel your love through your comments, and we are thrilled to go on fun crafty journeys with you!

Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post for our giveaway and the full blog hop list!

Our East Coast Fawnie, Chari created a beautiful card to send joy for the New Year! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Chari’s rainbow wreath is so clever! She used the Large Wreath dies cut from colorful cardstock! Then she added the sentiment with Mice on Ice and Offset Sayings: Christmas!

Thanks for sharing this gorgeous card with us today, Chari! It’s a wonderful way to start off the new year!

We have a special giveaway for this Season’s Givings blog hop! Our random winner will receive 3 stamp sets of their choice! Leave a comment below telling us one of your crafty goals for 2020 by January 3rd, and we will announce the winner on January 5th!

Here’s the full blog hop list, pour a hot beverage (or two) and get comfortable! Every single blog on this hop will have a giveaway as a thank you, so make sure to visit all of the blogs! Head over to our friends at Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine and enjoy the hop! Thank you!

Lawn Fawn (you are here)
Scrapbook & Cards Today
MFT Stamps
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Reverse Confetti
Paper Smooches
Sweet & Sassy Stamps
The Gray Muse
CAS-ual Friday Stamps
Sugar Pea Designs
Ink Blot Shop
Stamp Simply Store
Scrapbook Update
Indigojade Art
Kelly Creates
Cathy Zielske
Becca Feeken
Laurie Willison
Nichol Spohr
Latisha Yoast
Lydia Fiedler
Lori Craig
Chari Moss
Jenn Shurkus
Wanda Guess
Vera Yates
Audrey Tokach
Dina Kowal
Jessica Frost Ballas
Elise Constable
Dana Joy
Caly Person
Amy Tsuruta
Cindy Lawrence
Janette Kausen
Amy Rysavy
Debi Adams
Judy Hayes
Jill Hawkins
Marcie Sharp
Tracey McNeely
Lisa Henke
Beth Pingry
Margie Higuchi
Julee Tilman
Cheiron Brandon
Mona Toth
Karen Hightower
Karolyn Loncon
Caren Bartholomew
Dana Tatar
Connie Mercer
Yvonne Van Der Valk
Tracy McLennon
Debbie Seyer
Karen Boyce
Deborah Saaranen
Ceal Pritchett
Pocono Pam
Shellye McDaniel
Patti Gilliam


Thanks for visiting!
Have an amazing day and a wonderful 2020!


748 thoughts on “Season’s Givings Blog Hop + Giveaway + Lawn Fawn Video {1.1.20} Chari’s Rainbow Wreath!

        1. My goal for 2020 is to spend time each week in my craft room creating many projects, and completing ones that are unfinished. Cheers to a very productive new year! Thank you for this fabulous opportunity!

    1. I want to devote a couple of hours one weeknight per week to crafting. Catching up on projects I’ve started & doing classes I have signed up for.

  1. One of my crafty goals for 2020 is to set aside more time to actually create. I tend to blog hop and look at other peoples creations a lot more than I do spending time on my own, so now I plan to divide some of this time to my own creations.

  2. Such a colorful and reasonably easy, cheerful card! In 2020 I hope to learn some techniques that don’t take hours to create one card, but instead are time efficient as well as colorful and cheerful!

  3. My goal is to not buy anything new for at least 8 months and use my stash, one stamp set… one collection… etc. every week to create cards and or scrapbook pages with! Wish me luck! Happy new year! This card screams Happy!

    1. Thank you for generously sharing and inspiring our crafting goals in 2020! Would love to share more crafty cards to our dear friends.

  4. Lawn Fawn is one of my early favorites and your stamps always put a smile on my face. My main craft goal for the new year is to finish my daughter’s wedding guestbook mini album…which is 11 years past due…awk!

  5. Such a colorful card to start off the new year! My goal this year is to schedule crafting time into my life. This past year has been so hectic and stressful, and my crafting has gotten pushed to the wayside. I’m so ready for 2020!

  6. My crafting goal for 2020 would be to use my Copic markers every month and practice at getting better at using them!
    What a beautiful card, love it💗

  7. I want to try to make cards to just send to friends just to make them smile and not only for their birthday and holidays. 🙂

  8. Hello! Happy New Year everyone! Chari created a really lovely card for the first day of this Year! Thank You!
    My crafty goal is for this Year to learn coloring with my new pencils and create more Art journal pages.

  9. My largest crafty goal for 2020 is to unpack and organize my studio! My day-to-day goal is to try to create every day, even it’s only for a short time each day.

  10. 2020 goal is to organise my craft space which I think was last year’s goal as well ; )
    Happy New Year, thanks for a great hop and chance to win these lovely goodies : )

    jennyhurley @

  11. Lovely colors for the
    wreath. I hope to do
    a craft show and sell
    some fabric storage
    bags and cards!
    Carla from Utah

  12. My crafty goal is to get back into making things! I had to suddenly move about 6 months ago and I have yet to break out my goodies and start creating again. Love Lawn Fawn & this hop!!

  13. I’ve never thought of doing a rainbow wreath on a card (I’ve done it on a layout before). It is such a cute card!
    My crafty goal for 2020 is to just do more. Less thinking about it and more doing. Make more time to craft.
    Thanks for the inspiration and the giveaway.

  14. More crafty time. Make more cards and take more classes and brush up on my Copic coloring.
    Thank you for making such wonderful stamps and dies…..

  15. Beautiful card to start this blog hop !
    My crafty goal is trying to combine ecoprinting with stamping and/or calligraphy in my cardmaking.
    Thank you for your generous give-away.
    Happy New Year from Belgium.

  16. Organization is my goal for this year. I know I would create more if I was more organized. Happy New Year.

  17. Hello and a Happy New Year!
    My goal for the new year is to have more crafty time, because cardmaking is my passion.

  18. Happy New Year to one of my favorite companies!! I would love this year to use every single one of my stamps! Believe me that is a lofty goal!

  19. This is simply gorgeous Chari, I absolutely love this design using the foliage die in a rainbow for a wreath! Very pretty and the beautiful sequins really bumps up the WOW factor! Well done!
    One of my (many) crafty goals for 2020 is making books and your beautiful wreath may be making a few appearances on some covers! TFS!
    Happy New Year!

    1. Beautiful card! I love wreaths and the colors are fun and happy.
      My craft goal for the year is to learn how to make interactive cards.

  20. My crafty goal for 2020 is to share my crafting skills to other people by either being a store instructor or getting accepted into another design team. I also want to focus on creating more personal crafting e.g. scrapbooking. Happy New Year, Lawn Fawn! I am a great fan of your products.

  21. My 2020 goal is to spend more time in my craft room. I have a beautiful space but didn’t get in there as much as I has hopped to in 2019. Happy Crafty New Year!!

  22. Happy New Year! My goal is to make cards more regularly (at least 2-3 a week), try making at least 2 Christmas cards each month, and to save up on holiday days, so I can show my face at Creativation 2021! 🙂

  23. Happy New Year! My crafty goal is to create personal cards for each important event in my friends and families lives this year.

  24. Happy New Year Lawn Fawnies!!! My goal is to just do it, make more cards, start the blog, make my first video and grow my insta followers. Let my creative side shine a little more and be more vulnerable about my crafty mistakes, we all make them.

  25. make more! i would like to be less of a perfectionist so that i can enjoy the craftprocess and actually produce more cards.

    happy 2020 everyone!

  26. My goal is to be more consistent with my card making. I would like to try and do a little bit every day. I love Lawn Fawn – the products are amazing and I really appreciate all the support that Lawn Fawn provides. You are the best at showing many different ideas for using the products. I really appreciate that!

  27. Chari’s card is so cheerful and fun! Happy New Year Lawn Fawn! Looking forward to another great year of crafting! I hope to spend more time making cards this year.

  28. My crafty goal is to start on my Christmas cards in February–a few a month. This is because on 1/1/20 I am still trying to finish the ones for 2019 (New Year’s cards at this point)! Happy New Year to you and all of the Lawn Fawn family.

  29. Cards and more cards! I want to make lots of cards this year and also start journaling in a Travelers Notebook. Personal scrapbooking journaling.

  30. My crafty goal is to share more at weekly Open Craft Studio at the local Senior Center and encourage more people to join in by donating unused supplies.

    1. Happy New Year…. and many thanks for the happy Blog Hop! As always, my goal is to purge and organize, so that I can fully enjoy all my crafting goodies!!

  31. My crafty goal is to keep on stampin’! I absolutely love this hobby and am so grateful to all of the stamp companies for the wonderful inspiration!

  32. My goal is to make a couple christmas, birthday, sympathy and baby cards each month! I tend to make the current/up coming holiday and not the basics.

  33. Very colorful card to ring in the New Year! One of my crafty goals this year is to use the supplies I have and to create only handmade cards this year.

  34. What a cheery card. I love the rainbow colors. One of my crafty goals this year is to enter more challenges, especially ones that encourage me to stretch my creative wings.

  35. I love a good rainbow card, and this is beautiful! What a fun hop concept & creative way to kick off 2020! This year I want to kick up my card making- find more time to create, share more cards on my blog and start teaching classes again, perhaps filming tutorials & selling my cards!

  36. Great card and many thanks for offering such a great prize. In addition to paper crafting I also like to do needlework and knit. My crafty goal for this year is to finish up all those projects that I was very excited to start and then just did not complete. Cheers.

  37. My goal is to have more me time. Last year was and it still is(sadly not for long we lost the battle) a year of csring fir my best friend. So very tyred but need the me time later and sure will spent hours on my craftaddick

  38. My goal for 2020 is to actually set time aside every week to create at least one project/card. It has been way too long since I have had time to do what I love. Happy New Year

  39. My crafty goal for 2020 is to complete one year of my Planner and send more homemade cards.
    Happy New Year, Lawn Fawn!

  40. I hope to use my stash on a daily basis AND keep my craft room neat and organized. (That’s a real challenge for me!)

  41. HNY. Thanks for the generous giveaway. My crafty goal is to use more of everything in my craftroom and not to worry that it’s not the perfect project for that piece of pretty specialty paper, or liquid stardust or any other crafty thing that I worry about using up or running out of…how crazy is that?

  42. Happy New Year Lawn Fawn! Looking forward to a new year, and my goal is to teach my young granddaughter to make cards!

  43. What a great hop! And such sweet prizes! Love that rainbow wreath and the sentiment die cut is gorgeous! Crafty goal for 2020……to stick to my style and try new things, but stick to my style!!!

  44. My 2020 Crafty Goal is to make cards to give out to my colleagues at my school each month as special “I appreciate you!” cards to help keep our faculty and staff family focused on the positives.

  45. I only have two crafty goals this year…one is to finish a scrapbook. They have been sitting for some time. And the other is remember to post some of the cards I create. I also plan to work on my photography and get my camera back in my hand and that is sort of crafty too.

  46. My big goal for 2020 is to try to be more involved with stamping and creating. It seems we buy all these beautiful products to create with and sometimes life gets too busy! Thank you for all of your great & crafty ideas! Happy New Year!!

  47. What a bright, fun card!
    My 2020 crafty goal is to try new techniques, and to be more patient with myself when the results are not-so-great the first time around ;P

  48. Happy 2020 Fawnies! One of my goals for this year is to use the supplies that I have and not to buy new supplies until I need it. 🤞🏽🤞🏽🤞🏽

  49. My 2020 wish is to finish my “she shed” and having all my stuff organized, it’s not bad now but just that extra space will help be more productive. So excited to start the New Year with a plan!

  50. I’m going to buy a new sewing machine this afternoon.
    My goal is to learn how to use it and make some
    decorative pieces for gifts and for use around my
    house. I would also like to get better at
    coloring (that’s going to take a lot). Thanks
    for sharing all year long. Happy New Year

  51. Love the Season’s Giving Blog Hop! For 2020, I want to work on my scrapbooking more and like everyone else, make much better use of my time.

  52. My crafty goal is to carve out more creative time in my day and to start use stamping in my planner.
    Happy New Year!

  53. My new year’s resolution is to spend more time crafting rather than ‘procraftinating’! I’d like to learn lots of new crafts and add to my Lawn Fawn stash.

  54. I would love to just craft more this year. 2019 was rough and I got away from crafting while dealing with the mess. I miss it and want to reconnect with my faith through crafting again.

  55. My goal is to simply make more time to make more cards! I finally acquired a display rack and now I need to fill it up.

  56. Happy New Year to All! Pretty wreath to bring on the year of renewal and continuing enlightenment. My goal for this year is to get back to creating! Life changes came along, which I did not anticipate to be so altering. December has been a month of reorganizing, January begins the refreshing creative process.

  57. gorgeous card. loving the bright colours. my crafty goal for this year is to craft a little each day. it brings me joy so I should do more of it!

  58. My goal is to craft more!! I want to get back in to my scrapbooking. Absolutely love Lawn Fawn, one of my go to’s.

  59. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL! My goal is to look up challenges where certain techniques, colours etc is given and then try to come up with something based on those rules. Normally I just “make a card” but they turn out similar to each other each time – I think I would learn more new techniques this way!! We’ll see.. it’s a goal at least! 🙂

  60. I make lots of card but seldom mail any of them. My goal in 2020 is to send more of my creations to friends and family.

  61. Happy New Year! My goal is to make and SEND more cards! I often make them, but don’t send them so that needs to change! Thanks for the chance to win some of your fabulous stamps.

  62. Hello!
    My crafty goal for 2020 is to make cards and scrapbook albums using all of the beautiful cardstock & papers in my stash!

  63. My goal is to always be working on something. If the creative juices aren’t flowing, I’ll pick a stamp set just to color or make some fun backgrounds that I’ll have available when inspiration does strike.

  64. Love Lawn Fawn! One of my go to companies for stamp sets. My goal is to improve my copic coloring skills on making scenes for my cards.

  65. Such a beautiful card! My crafty goals this year is to start trying out some new mediums that I have not played with before!

    1. Beautiful wreath! Happy New Year! Crafty goal…creating some extra cards (sympathy and congratulations) and more interactive cards.

  66. My craft goal this year is to create my own custom journal using stamps and dies. Also to purchase all the stamps and dies I wanted in 2019. I have already started a list.

    1. Hi Jacqueline. I don’t think I will live long enough to collect all the stamps and dies I would like. Love, Love, Love Lawn Fawn Regards Jackie

  67. I would like to create 1 new card a week. Granted this all may be impossible if we go ahead with the remodel to make our home our forever dream home. It would mean getting my very own dedicated craft space, but it would also mean packing up all of our stuff for months and moving while they do the work and i would get that if we are in a small rental, most of the crafting goodies would not be invited 😛

  68. I’ve recently started purchasing from Lawn Fawn, I even told a friend about you, and I am so happy with what I have purchased! The card was so cute! I really like the die set too. Happy New Year!

  69. Happy New Year!! Let 2020 be an awesome and creative year! My goals on creative areas are simple, just having fun with stamps! I hope I will have a very creative year with loads of cards!

  70. A beautiful card! My main crafting goal for 2020 is to get my studio moved from the smallest room in the house to the biggest room. I’ve totally outgrown my current space but am completely dreading moving everything so I’ve been putting it off. Thank you for the chance to win such a great prize!

  71. My goal is gift my 3 SIL with knitted scarves, cross stitch serving tray(gift) and to send birthday /thinking of you cards to my Korean SILs and friends . I already have the international stamps. Blessing in 2020.

  72. My crafty goals are to play along with a bi-weekly sketch challenge all year long, to have my Christmas cards done before Thanksgiving, and to try out glimmer paste. Thanks for the wonderful give away and for the great LF products I so dearly enjoy using!

  73. Beautiful card. The colours are bright and cheerful. My crafty goal for 2020 is to use my alcohol ink markers for more projects. Also to use the supplies I have rather than buying new ones – very hard when I see new Lawn Fawn products!

  74. Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Stackables are my go-to dies for card-making. As soon Cathy Zielske first demonstrated how to use them, I was hooked—but had to wait until they were back in stock because they were so popular. Now, I can’t make a card without using one for the foundation. Thanks so much for the chance to win more great Lawn Fawn products!

  75. Crafty goal of 2020 is to be on top of my card making so my craft room is not such a disaster after each project.

  76. My goal this year is organization and already have a good start with my new craft room I put in for the new year. Looking forward to trying new techniques and sharing ideas with all.

  77. Love this pretty and colorful wreath!
    Wishing a very Happy New year! This year my goal is more hard work with more creativity!
    Thanks for the chance to win this fun prize!

  78. Wonderful rainbow wreath! My goal is to finish my 2017-2019 Scrapbooking along with making cards for all the holidays!

  79. Chari, I love the Rainbow color! I have this die and I just use it for a Green Christmas bough. Now I’ll try your card!

  80. I think it’s especially good luck to see a rainbow on New Years Day 🙂
    My goal is to mail more cards this year!

  81. My goal is to set more time aside during my week for card making. I love the feeling I get when I have created a beautiful card for someone I love.

  82. What a lovely card! All the colours are wonderful! My crafty goal is to try no-line colouring. I’ve been chickening out since the trend started…this year I’m gonna do it! Thanks for the chance to win a fantastic prize.

  83. 2020 goals are to finish all my holiday cards early in addition to other cards. I would love to get more organized in my tiny craft space too! Wishing everyone success with their hopes for 2020!

  84. One of my crafty goals is to get started on my Christmas cards early!!!! I always end up waiting very late. I want my design by summer and start working on them by Fall Break (I’m a teacher)…We will see how it works our for me! LOL

  85. my crafty goal is to enter more challenges – it seems i never get around to entering until it’s too late so am going to figure out a system to remedy that!

  86. Finish my DD, 30 Days of Thankful, last year’s RenFest (which might be two albums), and attend a few more weekend crops. I know, quite a list.

  87. My goal is to be able to spend at least two evenings per week doing “card making therapy” and sending my cards to friends and family, to let them know they are loved💕

  88. Lovely rainbow wreath!
    Firstly, I want to get my room organized, then
    I have to get more scrapbooking done
    & be better about getting Birthday cards made
    ahead of time.

  89. My goal is to become more confident in my ability to make cards. I can spend too much time deliberating on colors and designs!

  90. Such a beautiful card! I love how colorful it is. My goal for 2020 is to work on my Christmas cards and tags all throughout the year, so I don’t have a mad rush at the end. I’m challenging myself to work on them at least every month.

  91. What a great idea to make a wreath in rainbow colours – it’s so pretty! My crafty goal is to make time to be in my craft room to play & try new techniques other than when I need to make a card for someone, which is what tends to be the case. I so appreciate all of the companies who make incredible products & all of the crafters who post & bring instruction & inspiration to me. Wishing you all at Lawn Fawn a very Happy Healthy 2020!

  92. What a lovely and colourful card! Love it!
    My crafty goal for 2020 is to set aside time every week to create at least one card, layout or PL spread.
    Happy New Year!

  93. My crafty goals is to get my craft room organized and send all of my family members birthday cards!! Beautiful card! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  94. One of my goals is to create enough handmade items to participate in our company’s craft fair during the holidays.

  95. Tie blanket, I have had the fabric for 4 years, cards and start my fist scrap book. Happy New Year!!

  96. My crafty goal is to finish clearing out and organizing my craft room so that a) I can easily find what I need to use and b) have a room conducive to creating. I love your card as it’s colorful and, yes, the layout can be used throughout the year, so thank you for sharing your talents.

  97. My goal is to use the things I have acquired over the past year (or two) and limit my spending for awhile. It is a never ending battle, however. LOL

  98. My crafty goal for the year is to make a 365 days of gratitude scrapbook. It ties in perfectly with my goal of being more thankful in this new year.

  99. My goal this year is to try and work ahead on Christmas cards. It worked out so well last year that I want to have that same experience next Christmas season. Takes some of the hassle from the holidays.

  100. Thank you for sharing your talents. Here’s to 2020!!
    A goal I have for 2020 is the multi step stamping. Wanna get better at that!

  101. My 2020 goal is to use more of the supplies in my stamp room. I challenged myself last year to do a card a week for the entire 52 weeks. I am doing it again a lot of my other challenges that I participate in. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win this awesome prize.

  102. Such an adorable card! My crafty goal is to build up my stash so that I have most of what I need when I sit down to make some cards. I’m a beginning stamper 😉

  103. I am planning a major purge of my scraproom and reorganization….I have already started this week. I also want to get caught up on some memory keeping. Thank you for offering an awesome prize.

  104. I want to go through unfinished projects and either purge or finish them and vow to not have boxes and stacks of unfinished projects. Just plan better with my card making

  105. Such a pretty wreath! One of my crafty goals for 2020 is to work on improving my coloring skills. Happy New Year! I can’t wait to see all the amazing new products you’ll release and projects you’ll share in the coming year!

  106. My first crafty goal is to make treat bags for my grandson’s classroom Valentine party. I have already started them. I’ve been doing this for each of my three grandchildren for 11 years. I make them for Halloween, Christmas and Valentine parties. This will be my last since my grandson will be in middle school next year. My second goal is to start crafting for some craft shows I want to do in November and December. …. Love your products!

  107. Happy 2020! My crafty goals are to create more cards, participate in card drives and practice coloring with pencils!

  108. My goal is to mail out more of my handmade cards to friends and family!! Love this colorful card and amazing giveaway:)

  109. Oh what a beautiful card! Love the rainbow wreath. I NEED to organize my craft supplies, I work best in an uncluttered space and the holidays have done a number on my craft room.

  110. I love this rainbow wreath card! One of my crafty goals is to finish some of the projects I started… and there are many! Thanks for a great hop.

  111. One of my crafty goals, the one that’s probably the highest priority, is to purge and organize my supplies after a move last year. Thank you for the inspiration! That wreath is quite eye-catching, and thanks for the chance to win.

  112. My goals for this year are: to make several cards a week AND MAIL THEM OUT! LOL And to use more water coloring techniques with my stamping. Happy New Year!

  113. Happy new year! As a 2020 goal this year I recently purchased an embossing tool with powders and I would love to improve my stamping technique with card making and scrapbooking!!

  114. I love rainbows! What a fun card! Thank you for a chance to win a prize! My big crafty goal for 2020 is to restock my stash of cards (and get back to selling them!) which I had very little time to work on for two years while I was teaching full time, managing a house, a husband, and three teenagers, and going to school online for my master’s degree.

  115. Love the rainbow wreath! So clever! My goal is to case it! (And start my Christmas cards in January this year!) Thank you Lawn Fawn!

  116. My goal is to learn new card making techniques –
    and to attend the Creative Escape Events’ Lawn Fawn happening!!!

  117. My crafty goal this year is to actually send more of the cards I make. I choose two words for the year, one of which is cultivate. I want to cultivate and grow the friendships I have across the country, what better way to do that than by sending more of the cards I make to the people I love.

  118. Oh my goodness that is a beautiful wreath! Happy New Year! My goal is to expand some techniques, practice coloring with paints and copics.

    1. What a lovely card! My goals for 2020 are to work on my business admin, stay organized, and learn some more fun fold card techniques!

  119. Get organized, focused and do more things for others (sometimes I just can’t part with a card knowing it might get thrown away so I keep it in my hoard stash – I know, sad and selfish…)

  120. My crafty goal this year is to get my craft room in better order as well as put together my sewing station area. I’d love to use my dies with felt and sewing projects as well as paper crafts. Happy New Year and thanks so much for the awesome giveaway.

  121. Thanks so much for your on-going generosity and for supporting this great blog hop! My goal is to host more crafting sessions for my friends and neighbors so that I can share my supplies and love for handmade cards and paper crafts!

  122. I love the rainbow wreath! My crafty goal is to stop procrastinating so I can be more relaxed in putting projects together.

  123. My goal is to organise my craft supplies properly rather than the chaos they are currently in. This has been my goal every year for several years though. Happy New Year to everyone and good luck for all.

  124. Several goals: five layouts per month, mail birthday cards to extended family members, bible journal weekly, learn to color better with my Chameleon pens! Thanks for this lovely giveaway!

  125. My goals this year are to learn to color/shading with my Spectrumn Noir markers. Also to send out the cards I have made, silly I know. Happy New Year Crafters & Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  126. My crafty goal is to use my supplies and create cards, scrapbooks, sewing projects and bless people in my life with them throughout 2020.

  127. I’m working on a mega summer vacation scrapbook. I want to have it mostly done before we go so all I’ll need to do is plunk the pics and memories in!

  128. Such a beautiful card!!! My goals for this year is more practicing my copic coloring, making cards for all my niece’s and nephew’s and reorganizing my craft room!

  129. My goal for 2020 is to try new techniques and begin getting and using Copic markers! And I want to try some of the challenges and do more blog hops! Happy New Year!

  130. I love that colorful wreath. My crafty goals was to get better at my coloring — watercolor, colored pencils, markers, etc. I see the wonderful designers creating such gorgeous projects and I’m always disappointed with my efforts. Maybe another goal should be to go easier on myself and just enjoy the process of card making.

  131. Love Chari’s simple and colorful card! My goal is to make more interactive cards, so fun to create and receive!

  132. My goal is to use what I have and only buy what I absolutely LOVE!!! And get organized so I know what I have!!
    Gorgeous card!!!

  133. My card making goal for 2020 is to bring a smile to the faces of the recipients of the special cards that I create!

  134. Happy New Year and many more to come! I would like to be able to spend more time making cards this year. Also, to get better at coloring.

  135. Love the rainbow wreath! Crafty goal for 2020 would be to start crafting again! Having to look after my aging mom the past two years took all my creative energy so I have not crafted in about 1.5 years! Time to get back at it 🙂

  136. One of my crafty goals this year is to do more coloring. I am not good at it and tend to avoid it. I need to practice, practice, practice! Happy New Year!

  137. My goal is to make a card for all of my family and friends for their birthdays and to actually do the projects that I fell in love with in 2019. So much inspiration everywhere! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  138. My craft goal is to craft more often and this year I want to finish a lot of December crafts that were never left incomplete many years ago.

  139. Wonderful, colorful and happy wreath, Chari!! One of my goals is to use my unused products (stamps, dies, etc.) that I just “had to have” and haven’t yet used. Thanks for a chance to win.

  140. What a colorful card. I would like to spend some time to try the techniques I have pinned in my To try next folder” Happy New Year

  141. My crafty goals for 2020 are to try to use more of the supplies I have and to create cards each month for the people in my life who have events to celebrate! Cheers to 2020!

  142. My goal for 2020 is to stop thinking about what cards i going to make and just made them and to setup blog a nd record how i made my card for everyone to see.

  143. Gorgeous use of a rainbow! Rainbows make everything better 🙂
    My 2020 goal is to “catch up” on my December albums (I’m finishing 2016 presently) and make at least 5 cards a month for any purpose, even just as a card stash!

  144. One of my crafty goals for 2020 is to make a basket of Thank You cards to donate to the local Ronald McDonald House where families are housed whilst their children are in long term hospital care. I want to provide them with the opportunity to easily write a note of thanks to any of the caregivers if they wish. My aim is to refill the basket every month.

  145. Love Chari’s card. So pretty and colorful.

    My goals this year is to purge off some of my stash. I have do many duplicates. Haha. and to continue to use up stuff making hundreds, if not thousands of cards for charity card drives.

    Happy New Year!

  146. Happy New Year!!!

    My main goal is getting my die-cutting machine fixed or replaced and learn to use the 3 interactive die-sets from Lawn Fawn that are as yet untouched. So 2020 is going to be an interactive year – I hope!

  147. Happy New Year!
    I have a few crafty goals this year!
    1. Start a scrapbook for my nieces daughter (I have a son so I’m looking forward to using girly stuff lol)
    2. Watercolor…practice practice practice!
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful card.

  148. I make about 250 cards in 2019. I want to exceed that count in 2020. Every card is made to send to someone. I never make cards just to make cards, so I will be looking for more family, friends, and random individuals to remember with a handmade card this year.

  149. My goal is turn over the old supplies and get some new supplies. I wish I had a card making friend who lived closed to me, too. That would be so much fun.

  150. This is such a beautiful card. One of my goals is to complete the classes I have bought through Online Card Classes! I’ve started a lot and and want to finish them!

  151. I have several crafty goals, the first being to organize and purge stuff I no longer use. Love the rainbow card!

  152. My 2020 goal is to start cards earlier so my ideas have time to percolate before the mailing deadline. Thanks for the wreath tutorial – I learned that you have some fab card stock colors available.

  153. Adorable card. My goal is to clean out and reorganize my craft room and use things that I haven’t used. I am pretty organized but I think it can be better.

  154. Goal – find new ways to use 3xisting supplies. Using ideas like those shared on this blog will be great inspiration in this journey.

  155. My crafty goal for 2020 is to do more crafting for me. Doing things that are new and challenging and help me spread my wings outside my normal comfort zone.

  156. Cute card! My 2020 crafty goals include sending more cards than I did last year and creating more YouTube & FB tutorials to help others see the importance of engaging in creative play through papercrafting.

  157. Love the rainbow wreath card. My goal is to learn new techniques with the supplies I own and to organize my supplies. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win. Happy new year!

  158. My goal for this year is to use at least some of the supplies, especially stamps, that I purchased last year! I seem to do more shopping than creating – my intentions are always good, though!

  159. My papercrafting goals this year are to create holiday cards throughout the year, and participate in our school’s bazaar in

  160. What a beautiful card! I just love Chari’s rainbow wreath. 🙂 My crafty goal is to make more cards this year! I really want to have cards ready so I can give them away when I need them, rather than always making something at the last minute. I also want to make more cards for charity and have all my Christmas cards made by December 1st…better get started now. 🙂

  161. A crafty goal for this year is to learn how to foil. I just got a laminator as a present. So excited!! And maybe to get to get some gilding paste and try that. And to use the specialty LF dies I got for Christmas-the flipper is one. You guys makes such fun interactives! Love that!
    Happy New Year to all of you!

  162. What a beautiful card to start off the year!

    My goal is to use my new Lawn Fawn sets instead of just admiring them while feeling a brain shutdown about what to do with them. Yes, I know there are videos, but I’m intimidated too easily by the amazing work of others!

  163. My crafty goal is to space- clear things I don’t use or don’t want. Out with the old and in with the new.

  164. My goal is to mindfully make more time for creative endeavors, especially utilizing all of the craft supplies I received for Christmas. Great blog hop! Happy New Year!

  165. Oh this year my crafty goal is to create more LF cards so I can join in on the birthday swap. I’ve seen how happy people are getting from receiving such a stack. I think that’s so cool and I’d love to contribute. Happy new year to all of you!!

  166. I would like to improve my coloring technique this year. I am very intimidated by the process. I loved Cheri’s wreath – beautiful.

  167. One of my crafty goals is to use one product on each layout that I have in my stash, but never use. It might be nuvo drops, glitter, glossy accents, gel pens, etc.

  168. Love the wreath card and all the different colors used. Very pretty. My crafty goal for 2020 is to start my Christmas cards and crafts now so they will all be ready in time next year!!

  169. I’d like to finally finish setting up my craftroom and start making videos of my crafty adventures

  170. The card is refreshing like the new year and I love the colors – very pleasing to the eye. My goal is to carve out both time and room for crafting. Thank you for the community support! Good luck to all….

  171. My goal is to stay current on personal cards, class cards, and to enter more challenges…and use all the amazing product I purchased in 2019!

  172. I love the card. My biggest goal, besides getting back into crafting, is to get my craft room set up and organized.

  173. Beautiful card!! One of my goals is to make “enough” birthday cards to have some on hand to send to the different people in my life. I do it with Christmas cards, why not Birthdays?

  174. Happy New Year! What a great way to celebrate the new year! Love it! Great inspirations! Such a lovely and colorful card! Love the die-cuts! I would like to use my craft supplies more and organize my room! 🙂

  175. What a beautiful wreath! My goal is to use something previously unused in my stash at least twice a month.

  176. My goal is to finish what I start. I have a tendency to stop a project halfway through because I decided I wanted to use certain jewels or sequins in a specific colour and then I start the card over. As a result, I have hundreds of half-finished cards that are perfectly fine, just not in the colour I decided to go with. I will still do this but have a goal of making two or three of the cards in various colours and completing them

  177. My goals this year is to gain mine and my husbands health back. My 2nd goal is to make and send more cards.

  178. Simply stunning! My goal is to scrap more! Now with two grandkids i have tons of photos which need to be scrapped.

  179. Happy New Year Lawnfawn 🎩💫✨ The card is beautiful Chari. My goal for 2020 is to organize my scraproom and catch up on my layouts and make more cards ❄️

  180. My goal for 2020, like many others, is to get a handle on my craft room! I put off crafting many days because it is just too cluttered!

  181. My goal for 2020 is to be more confident in my design skills and use up some of the papers and embellishments that have been ‘challenging me’.

  182. Eek! I just love everything rainbow…so pretty. My crafty goal for 2020 is simply to create/craft more often. :). Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  183. My goal for 2020 is to slow down and take more time for me so I can spend more time creating! Happy New Year, Lawn Fawn!

  184. My crafty goal for 2020 is start using all of the wonderful stamps and dies I purchased during the holiday season. Happy New Year Lawn Fawn!

  185. My main crafty goal is to make better use of my time so that I use what I have to make more cards.
    Thanks for a fun and inspiring 2019! Happy New Year!

  186. I want to make all my cards in 2020 — including one for everyone of my co-workers on their birthdays — all 30 of them!!

  187. This is such a beautiful rainbow wreath card. One of my crafty resolutions is to be creative in some way ever day.

  188. I have 2 crafty goals for 2020. The first is to try a new technique that I’ve been nervous to try, and the second is to organize all my crafty things.

  189. Beautiful card! My first crafting goal of the new year is to organize my crafting space!! After that, my goal is to create cards for every birthday and celebration on my calander. Plus, I want to make at least 3 Christmas cards each week so I won’t be in a panic when the holiday approaches. Thanks for the give away.

  190. My goals are to be better organized and to have all my holiday cards done at least one month ahead of when they are needed.

  191. Beautiful wreath! Happy New Year! Crafty goal…creating some extra cards (sympathy and congratulations) and more interactive cards.

  192. so my goal is to get my crafty stuff in a semi organized state. I know where most of it is just sometimes I don’t exacly know where that is. thanks for participating!

  193. My goal again this year is to get organized. I made some strides last year but there is still a ways to go. This wreath is so lovely and a great symbol for this New Year 2020. Thank you.

  194. Looking forward to seeing all of the projects! My crafty goal is to start using mixed media items like texture pastes, shimmer sprays, and alcohol inks 🙂

  195. My goals for 2020 are 1. Get started making Christmas cards earlier
    2. Make several cards of the same design

    Thanks for sharing this fun blog hop.
    Happy 2020!

  196. My goal is to use the backgrounds that I made when I wasn’t able to do much after hand surgery last year. I also want to use more patterned paper, seem to be collecting it. Love the card, always love a rainbow. Thank you for all your wonderful products, love doing interactive cards and you make it easier.

  197. Happy New Year! My crafty goal is to use more of the supplies I have on hand. This is a great bog hop. I love the wreath.

  198. Honestly one of my crafty goals is to actually put ink onto half of the stamps that I own. I love Lawn Fawn so much that I buy everything up (almost) but don’t get around to actually using my goodies. That is mu goal this year!

  199. Happy New Year! One of my top crafty goals is to complete unfinished projects. I have a basket of them and I know if I get to work, it probably won’t take as long as I think it will.

  200. My goal this year is concentrate on what makes me feel happy inside. Crafting and creating always makes me happy. 😊

  201. My 2020 crafty goal is to 1st clear out my craft space so I have room physically and mentally to create. Then use the inspirational images I’ve saved on my computer from the bloghops, artists blogs, or have printed and start making! My husband gives cards away all the time, so there is a need! He is happy I make cards with the supplies I buy, so now is the time to begin.

  202. Since we move in a new home in 2020 I want to build a new inspiring and organized craft room. I also want to spend more time crafting and more time creating with my son.

  203. My crafty goal for 2020 is to make sure when I buy something I use it lol
    I can buy quicker than I can craft 😂😂😂

  204. One of my crafty goal for the New Year is to NOT resort to buying a single card and only send out handmade cards.

    Carol B

  205. Happy New Year! My crafty goals are to get organized, try to use the supplies in my stash, and to make more cards.

  206. Love this rainbow wreath!
    One of my crafty goals is to get my Christmas cards done earlier in the year, so I don’t get stressed out about getting enough done in time.

    1. I would like to catch up on my scrapbooking photos and making some birthday cards for the year. Thank you so much for your giveaway.

  207. Hello, one of my crafty goals this year is to create some interactive cards to send out to friends and family.

  208. I LOVE blog hops!! There are so many wonderful ideas and techniques for me to learn from!! My 2020 crafting goal is to use all of the stamps I got for Christmas (it’s all that I asked for! 😁) and try all of the new techniques and ideas I learned in 2019 BEFORE buying new toys. My expectations are low – I love buying new stamps!!

  209. My goal is to purge out of my room the things that I am not using so that I can better organize the things that I want to keep. Maybe if I can accomplish that I’ll have more time for creating instead of searching. I’m Loving these New Year card samples btw.

  210. Dear Lawn Fawn Team – thank you all your crafty and beautiful product designs. My 2020 crafty goal is to use all of my stash at least once this year! Yahoo! 🎉👍🏼💜

  211. My goal for 2020 is to make lots of different little cards for co-workers to brighten their day. Like thank-you’s or great job or just happy little stamps and sayings. Happy New Year!

  212. May all of you be blessed with good health and happiness in 2020.
    Loved the card you created.
    My crafty goal for 2020 is too pursue coloring on a daily basis as i took baby steps in coloring last year with Kathy Racoosins 30 day coloring challenge and it is a priority. Be thorough with the techniques i know and do everything to teh best of my ability. Ah another goal is to arrange my crafty space. My daughter is giving me my own space. I want plan and ararnge it neatly so that i have more time to create.
    Thank you for all the inspiration support and discounts you give us to encourage us to pursue crafting
    with Love and Gratitude

  213. Love this pretty rainbow wreath card!
    In this new year, I plan to get some holiday cards made early! I was in a last-minute panic last month!
    Enjoying the Season’s Givings hop, and wishing a happy and healthy new year to all!

  214. Love this card. Very cool way of using the Wreath Die!! This year I plan to spend more time with my family and getting more subscribers for my YouTube channel where I share my card designs!!

  215. My crafty goal for 2020 is to make a stockpile of cards in advance instead of scrambling at the last minute. Thanks for the giveaway and Happy New Year!

  216. Beautiful card with a joyful combo of colors to match the sentiment! Definitely want to spend more time creating in 2020.

  217. Love the pretty wreath card! I bought some new storage cabinets last fall and my goal in 2020 is to get my crafting supplies sorted out and well organized so I can use my space more efficiently. My other goal is to try at least one new stamping or card-making technique every month to expand my skills.

  218. Similar to many other comments, my crafty goal is to make cards ahead of time, instead of making them at the last minute. Thank you and happy new year.

  219. I love Chari’s colorful wreath! One of my crafty goals is to improve my coloring skills. Thanks for a chance to win and for all of the awesome products and inspiration!

  220. Such a great card! That wreath is so perfect! I want to do at least a little scrapbooking again this year. I haven’t done it in a really long time (years), but with a new baby, I want to be sure to get some of those memories down on paper.

  221. My crafty goals this year are to finish my daughter’s school album (she’s a high school senior – ack! She graduates in May!), to participate in crafty challenges, and to purge my stash (now THAT is a big goal!).
    I love Chari’s beautiful wreath card. Thanks for the chance to win – Happy New Year!

  222. Several goals: clean and organize my craft space and purge what I don’t use; start making Christmas cards every month, and not to buy more stuff!

  223. My crafty goal for 2020 is to make at least 50% of the birthday cards I send this year personally using so many of my ever growing die cut and stamp collection!

  224. Happy New Year! A scrappy goal for 2020 is continued from 2019 – stamp on my scrapbook layouts! I started to find my groove in this technique by about Fall of this last year so I think if I keep it up this year too it will become just part of my usual process. That’s my hope!

  225. One of my goals is to make time to create once a week this year. It is very hard with a toddler in the house but I really am missing my creative outlet and need to get more me time.

  226. My goal for 2020 is to finish organizing and create at least 2 cards a day. I used to do much more and really need to get inspired again. Love your stamps and dies and all the ideas!

  227. This is such a fun way to start a new year! Thanks for participating!
    My biggest crafty goal right now is to get my new craft room completely organized and then work on cards!

  228. I want to make and send cards to those that are less likely to receive cards. I think I will call it operation lift the weary!

  229. My goal for 2020 is to reorganize my craft room. Thanks for participating in the blog hop. Lawn fawn stamps are great.

  230. My goal is to make time to make cards. I am very limited in time as I tend a two year old and a newborn while my daughter works and her husband works and goes to school. Unfortunately I share my craft room with my son-in-law as it is also our den where he studies. It seems that when I have time to craft I don’t have a place to do it. I must find a way to make the time.

  231. Two of my crafty goals: 1. use more patterned paper in my projects and not just hoard it. 2. mail out more cards and not just let them sit in an over flowing box.

  232. I never would have guessed that the rainbow wreath would look so cool. I’ll have to try that. My crafty goal is to try new things outside my comfort zone.

  233. Happy new year!
    My goal is to get ahead of myself and have a stach of cards ready for birthdays and get wells and thank yous… Maybe even get holiday cards started sooner. I don’t want to feel like I am rushing to finish cards on time anymore…

  234. I plan to improve my watercolour techniques this year! Thank you for all the wonderful products you create, and all the inspiration you share!

  235. My crafting goal this year is to improve my coloring skills. Also, to keep a better inventory of the supplies I have!

  236. Great way to extend the use of Christmas greetings.
    My first crafting goal is to organize my crafting supplis. Not only will I stop buying duplicates, but it will help me expand my design ideas.

  237. My goal this year is to organize my craft space and supplies, and set in motion the process to keep them organized so that when there is time, I can go directly to crafting! So many ideas, so many products to use, but no space or time to use them. If I can stay organized, it should get better.

  238. One of my crafty goals this year is to get better with colored pencils. And to figure out which ones work with gamsol and which ones work with water. Thanks for the inspiration, that wreath card is amazing. Happy New Year!

  239. My crafty goal is to finish all of the projects that I start in 2020. I have had so many unfinished projects in 2019 that I feel was wasted time. This year I want to complete everything I start.

  240. I’m gonna try and b more organized! I sometimes start working on 3 jobs at once, everything’s in my desk and then I can’t find anything!!

  241. One of my crafty goals is to try no line colouring. I also want to use my stamps more. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone. Happy New Year!!

  242. Sure love your cheery & unique card. In 2020, I hope to complete a couple of stamped & paper-craftedperpetual calendars, use stamping in my planner, and send more handmade cards.

  243. Hehe, mine seems to be the same each year so I clearly don’t do very well at reaching it! I would like to use the supplies I have rather than buy more (its very very difficult not to, given all the wonderful companies out there making new things!)

  244. My crafting goal for 2020 honestly to just craft!! This past year has been insane (probably 2018 as well) and i just haven’t had a chance to craft for me! Ive done things for other people but not anything for me! I definitely want to finish away least 1 scrapbook!!

  245. Happy New Year to everyone!!!
    My crafty goal in 2020 is to start making mini albums. I love them! Thanks for this great chance to win!

  246. I just placed two orders during the 30% off die sale and can’t wait to get them! My 2020 crafty goal is to actually craft every month and to learn new techniques and use the items in my craft stash and to send snail mail to my friends and family!

  247. My crafting goal is to have cards ready to go for a specific occasion. I tend to spend more time thinking about what I want to make and then rush to get it done.

  248. My crafty goal for 2020 is to spend more time playing with stamps and ink and less time stressing about it being perfect. I don’t have a lot of free time to craft so I need to make it FUN!! Thanks so much for the chance to win some Lawn Fawn

  249. My goal to be able to make more cards, scrapbook pages and other crafty things. This past year has be a hard year with less time to do all the things crafty that I love to do so much.

  250. Thank you for the inspiration! My crafty goal for 2020 is to make 100 cards to donate to nursing homes so that the residents can give them to each other or to family members.

  251. My crafty goals for this year are to get my craft space organized, finish a wedding album for my daughter, and send more of the cards I make!!

  252. I always make resolutions. My 20/20 goal is to try more new techniques for card making and geez….just get a bit more organized! There’s plenty of wonderful ideas for being tidy….I just need to apply myself.

  253. I LOVE Lawn Fawn stamps & dies! Every time I think I’ve finally complete me collection I find something new I have to have!! My crafty goal for 2020 is to make something new every week!!

  254. So cute, I love the wreath card! So pretty and colorful! My crafty goal for 2020 is just to craft more. More balance in my life! I made some big changes at the end of 2019 so hopefully I am already on the path! 🙂

  255. A huge goal for 2020 has been reached, organizing my stamp room. Now my goal is to participate in at least one challenge this year and to increase stamping to at least weekly.

  256. Pretty colorful wreath. A big goal is to finish unfinished projects and use up some of my stash–my craft room is overflowing.

  257. Life gets crazy, and I’ve found that I’ve barely crafted this past year… All my projects were a last-minute rush. My plans for 2020 are to CREATE something new each month, whether it’s paper, yarn or cloth. Something that I want to make, not have to make 🙂 I purchased my first Lawn Fawn set this past month (Happy Trails), and can’t wait to try it out!

  258. Happy New Year! My goal is to use more of the items in my crafting stash and to craft more often. Thank you so much for sharing your talents. How wonderful to start the new year off with a great give away. thanks for the chance to win.

    ~Ginny K.~

  259. Happy New Year! My goal is to use all these products I’ve been collecting and make cards for family and friends.

  260. I love the wreath! My goal for 2020 is to get my craft room cleaned up and organized so I can get my walker, and or wheelchair in there to enjoy myself again!
    Thank you for a chance to win!
    Carole Lovill

  261. I look forward to this hop every year. Thank you! I have found a couple of charities to send cards to so my goal is to make cards for them this year.

  262. Beautiful card, thanks for the video. My 2020 goal is to prepare little scrap gifts in advance for friends and family.

  263. What a generous giveaway. thank you! I have many unfinished projects so my goal is to slowly finish each one. It is a bit overwhelming at times. I have too many crafting interests! lol HNY to everyone at Lawn Fawn!!!

  264. Wonderfully bright and cheery card!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

    In 2020 I hope to play with each and every stamp and die set I own or pass them along to a new home.

  265. I hope to send out one homemade card per month, and get my craft room cleaned and organized so it’s easy to stick to that goal!

  266. I hope to make one Christmas card a month so I don’t have to be in a hurry in December to finish. Also I am going to finish up all the cards that didn’t get done this past year.

  267. I actually have a few goals in mind for 2020. One is to use those stamp sets I have purchased but yet to open! My second is to practice coloring with my alcohol markers.

  268. Crafty goal for 2020 is to use new techniques in both card making and scrapbooking. Thanks for the awesome giveaway and Happy New Year.

  269. My main crafty goal for 2020 is to use the stash I have! I am planning on only purchasing essentials and start gifting the items I know I won’t use to others who will use them. It’s a hard goal because new things are so hard to resist!

  270. My goal for 2020 is to make up my cards in advance so I am not scrambling for a card at the last minute. I want a box of cards made up to choose from.

  271. Happy New Year! I am going to strive to get cards in the mail for those I care about for special occasions. I have been crafting now for about 2 years and I send cards but I take so long to make them they are either late or was working on another so miss someones birthday etc. Going to strive to relax and craft with less anxiety about perfection and finish things faster. Relax and enjoy the process!

  272. Thank you so much, all you beautiful ladies at Lawn Fawn for giving great Ideas and beautiful products all year long! My crafty goal for 2020 s to find/make more time to craft. I started a new job in 2019, and now I have to figure out how to balance everything all out! Have a great 2020, and thanks for organizing this annual event!
    Take Care!
    Michele H.

  273. Thanks for the cute and easy new year card. I have tried to do them in the past when I don’t get my Christmas cards done and out but it is a hard holiday to design for! Managed to get my Christmas cards out by starting in October. My goal for 2020 is to get my craft area organized!

  274. My crafty goals are to prestamp and color several times a week, and to use stamp sets I don’t use as often but still love!

  275. Happy New Year Lawn Fawn! One of my crafty goals is to make more cards with the supplies that I have. I have started a list of techniques when I run across an idea and want to incorporate those techniques into my cards this year. Hoping this will help with using more supplies that I haven’t used recently or in a while.

  276. Having, once again, missed the deadline for making Christmas cards, my goal is to get a jump start on next year’s cards this month while still in a holiday state of mind. I have so many beautiful dies begging me to use them! So many new blogs to discover…

  277. Beautiful card! I really enjoy how “joyful” really jumps out on the card, even with all of the other colours going on in the background. My crafting goal for 2020 is to practice more crafting techniques and then share them with my friends and family. I look forward to seeing what you share in 2020!

  278. My goal in 2020 is to always finish what I am working on. I have a tendency to drop something if I am not 100% happy with it.

  279. My goal is to finish all the classes that I have already signed up for AND to start making Christmas cards in Nov. not Dec

  280. What a gorgeous card!!
    I have so many crafty goals… almost so many that I’m afraid to write them down, honestly! One of my very big goals is to make significant progress on (and dare I say finish?!) the scrapbook album for our 2016 trip to Disney World. It was my kids’ first time there, and it was extra special and magical, so it’s really important to me.
    I also want to prioritize sending birthday cards and “hello” cards to my friends and family!
    …and I’d better stop there before I get overwhelmed…! haha!

  281. My goal is to have all my Christmas cards done by July…and to use more of the Things I have .Thank you for all the wonderful posts

  282. Love Chari’s card! My goal for 2020 is to make more cards than in 2019 and improve my techniques. Eventually, I would like to make all my personal cards for birthdays and holidays.

  283. My crafty goals for 2020 is to make cards to send to hospitals, for children and adults, to help raise their spirits! We get so caught up in our day-to-day lives that we sometimes forget there are others out there that need a smile put on their face or to know that someone was thinking of them and took their time to make them something special. That is my New Year’s resolution AND my crafty goal for 2020!

  284. My crafty goals for 2020 include
    – spending more time in my craft room
    – making at least 1 card every month
    Sadly, I have a lot of trouble making time for these…

  285. My crafty goal is to leave more comments! I feel as though I barely have enough time to make cards at the moment, let alone leave my appreciation for other card maker’s inspiration on their blogs!

  286. My top priority for crafting in 2020 is to establish a daily practice!!! It can be a journal page, card making, scrapbooking, lettering, mixed media…whatever as long as I’m creating on a daily basis 🙂

  287. I would like to make more cards and have them on hand when I need them.

    I shave taken many card classes with Kelly. Her company has so many lovely products. Happy New year everyone.

  288. My crafty goal for 2020 is to get some projects completed – wedding scrapbook, children’s scrapbooks, recipe binder, etc. My paper stash is piling up and I really need to get it used. I also would like to get better with cardmaking skills.

  289. I have birthday cards ready to mail out to family and friends but not nearly enough so i’m going to be making more for the rest of this year and next. my siblings love to receive boxes of handmade cards as gifts so I need to make a butt-load of cards this year 😀 I also plan on expanding my collection of lawn fawn items. 😉

  290. Fabulous wreath. I want to use more of my stamps and my watercolors. I just need to use more of my things instead of them just being stored away for another day.

  291. Such a cute card for the Holidays. In 2020 I would like to try and actually do some YouTube videos to share with fellow crafters, and I would like to get back into doing scrapbook pages – I haven’t done them in several years in lieu of cards and have so many great photos to use!

  292. I loved watching your video Chari. I love how you used the wreath in such a pretty, unique way. Your card is beautiful! My crafty goals are to some day attend a Jenn Shurkus class, be a guest designer for Lawn Fawn, be a design team member for Lawn Fawn, buy a Misti and keep working on my blending and coloring skills.

  293. My goal is to GET STARTED and ACCOMPLISH what I start out to do! There are so many new products on the market I want to use and play with!! Ü

  294. Wonderful rainbow wreath! My goal is to make a bigger supply of generic cards that I can pull at the drop of a hat whenever something is needed quickly.

  295. My goal is to spend more time exploring different layouts with my new Lawn Fawn stamp and die sets like the adorable Mice On Ice!

  296. I have one simple goal: try to use all of the stamp sets I have purchased but haven’t used yet… I have quite a lot of them…

  297. I hope to continue making birthday cards for each member of my church and also to send out cards to my pen pals who have been incarcerated and wish to brighten their day by sending encouraging notes throughout the year! Just one handmade note or card can lift the spirit of a person who may feel like life is without hope. I truly wish to make a small difference in their life as much as mine!

  298. I am hoping to finally start using my crafting supplies in the beautiful craft shack my husband and I have been working on for 6 months. Thank you for the opportunity and cool card!

  299. My goal this year is to organize my craftroom. I have done so a few times but I am cleaning it out and starting over again. Plus, I plan to make more cards and color more!!

  300. Happy New Year to All of You at Lawn Fawn. My crafty goal for 2020 is to let more of the ideas in my head get real 😀

  301. 2020 crafty goal is to get caught up on my scrapbooking and actually use my paper stash!! Thanks Lawn Fawn.

  302. Happy New Year!! One of my crafty goals is to shop from my stash and to think of projects for dies/embossing folders that I’ve had for a while but haven’t used. I made 5 cards today using 4 dies/embossing folders I have never used so that’s a good start.

  303. A crafty goal for the new year is to work on making cards each month of this year that I can save up for our Holiday markets in November and December.

  304. Love this card – such a cheery and bright way to start off 2020! My main crafty goal is to carve out time every week for card making/crafting. That way I can complete goal #2 of sending out more cards!

  305. My craft goal for 2020 is to maintain balance between work and my off time and become more productive with my cardmaking!

  306. I would love to spend a little time each week or even month crafting with my sister so we have a variety of cards available for any occasion.

  307. My crafty goal is to do something creative every day. Happy New Year and thanks for the chance to win a prize.

  308. My goal this year it to use the supplies when I purchase them rather than put them away for a rainy day! Living in Australia – it’s not doing much raining of late…

  309. Your card project is so pretty. I would love to receive that card from someone! I have 2 2020 goals: 1) Organize, Organize, Organize!!! 2) Improve my abilities with watercolor. Happy New Year!

  310. Beautiful card Chari. One of my goals for 2020 is to clean and better organize my craft space. I have also been wanting to try to make videos but I’m so scared!!! Happy new year everyone!

  311. My crafty goal for 2020 is to build my craft room so that I can efficiently create and send more cards. I would also like to learn how to be a better colorist using various mediums.

  312. What a joyful rainbow of colors for the wreath card! My 2020 Crafty Goal is to get ahead and stay ahead on projects and send out more happy mail! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win your fabulous prize!

  313. Wellllllll, I sell my handmade cards at a local, small, family owned coffee shop. Near me, and I want to find one more location. Local, small and giving themselves!! To also sell at.

  314. A goal for 2020 is to just do it–do that thing that I always read about or thought about doing.
    Love your site and products!

  315. My 2020 goal crafty goal is to actually send cards on time this year! I love to make them, but can’t seem to send them! Also, I want to learn one new technique every month! Thanks for being part of this amazing hop!!

  316. Oh my…. so many goals and so little time! Haha. I suppose organizing my craft room may be my biggest goal. Thank you for the chance to win!

  317. Happy 2020!
    I recently cut back my working days for my boss so I can get more creative time in.
    I am hoping I will be able to earn a little bit of money that way, to compensate my lower income.
    So my resolution is to work hard to become a better artist!

  318. Happy New Year! Thanks for a chance to win! 😀

    One of my goals for the year is simply to make more, more cards and more crafts! 😀

  319. My crafty goals for 2020 are to actually accomplish the different crafting projects that I have started. I have started a number of them but I have not finished them yet.

  320. in 2020 I would like to get better and better a scrap card … it’s so relaxing! Thanks, Lawn Fawn, for existing! 🙂

  321. Love the cheerful rainbow wreath! My crafty goals are to make 1-2 Christmas cards each month and try new techniques that I’ve been wanting to explore.

  322. Love the rainbow colors! One of my crafty 2020 goals is to create something every week. No judgement, just create and enjoy the process!

  323. My goal is to make a card of week and sharpen up on my coloring & watercoloring a beginner started a year ago time flew bye enjoying my new hobbie.

  324. What a colorful, lovely card! I need to get my artsy space organized and do a purge. That’s my goal for January!

  325. I LOVE the rainbow wreath! Thanks for the awesome giveaway. One of my goals in 2020 is to be organized in my craft room so that I can sit down and scrapbook or make a card whenever I have the time and inspiration to do so, hopefully at least once a week!

  326. My crafty goal is to find a simpler way to share my work this year, and do more sharing because of it!
    Love the fun rainbow wreath! TFS Chari !!!

  327. My goal is to use more of the sets I have for stamping instead of buying so many new ones. Of course I do always need to purchase some throughout the year but I have so many I have not even used yet that I just had to have at the time.

  328. My 2020 Goal is to send out 5 cards a month to random friends/family just for no reason! I love Happy Mail and want to spread that love!

  329. My greatest joy this year will be making cards for others so that the warmth that I send will give them happiness.

  330. In loving memory of my Mom, my goal this year is to make cards and sell them at a Seniors Retirement and Long Term Care Home. The money earned will be donated to help with the care of the residents.