Lawn Fawn Intro: Scripty Birthday, Pop-Up Hooray, Pop-Up Wish Big

Hello and welcome to July 2020 Inspiration week! Our 8 new stamp sets and coordinating dies, 15 new standalone die sets, 3 new stencils and all of our exciting new products are now for sale at your favorite store and at www.lawnfawn.com! Woohoo!

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Simply Celebrate Summer, Simply Summer Sentiments post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Scripty Birthday, Pop-Up Hooray and Pop-Up Wish Big! This cute “birthday” is a great addition to your cards and crafts! Pair it with Scripty Happy to make a cute Happy Birthday Sentiment! Surprise someone with a pop-up card! Pair these new dies with Oliver’s Stitched ABCs and colorful cardstock to create a fun, rainbow message.

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these new sets! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Audrey‘s die-cut only birthday card is so much fun! She combined the new Scripty Birthday with Scripty Happy to create a bold greeting! This colorful design features Stitched Cupcake, Bunting Borders and Sparkle Backdrop!

Mindy designed a beautiful card with Pop-Up Wish Big! She used Shimmer cardstock to add Oliver’s Stitched ABCs to the pop-up! The colors coordinate with the Stitched Rainbow and fluffy stenciled clouds!

I love the bold birthday greeting on Yainea‘s beautiful design! It contrasts with her gorgeous underwater scene featuring Ocean Shell-fie with a cool inked and stenciled background!

Elise combined Scripty Birthday with Scripty Happy on a lovely slimline card! I love how the gold glitter greeting stretches across the length of the card! She added pretty Fab Flowers in soft colors to complete this special card!

Remember this super cool Build-A-Castle card by Kara? Well, there is a pretty awesome pop-up surprise on the inside!

Kara continued her amazing sandy beach scene on the Pop-Up Wish Big and Scripty Birthday! How cool is that!

Megan‘s magical birthday card combines the castle from Critters Ever After with our new sets Tiny Fairy Tale, Little Dragon along with A Little Sparkle! The pretty highlights that she added to Scripty Birthday gives it a little magic sparkle too!

Latisha created an amazing birthday card with lots of bright colors! I love how she layered Scripty Birthday, offsetting each layer to make a cool drop-shadow effect! She added the Happy Happy Happy birthday sentiment with coordinating ink on colorful cardstock!

The cute Really High Five critters on Mindy‘s birthday card look like they could be yelling “hooray, it’s your birthday”! I love how she added rainbow watercolor to the Pop-Up Hooray die cut!

Grace combined Scripty Birthday with Happy Happy Happy to create a stand out birthday greeting! Her Ocean Shell-fie scene is amazing! I love how the octopus is juggling cupcakes with the help of Reveal Wheel and Reveal Wheel Semicircle Add-On!

Lynnette‘s Speech Bubble Backdrop card is so clever and fun! She combined a happy from lots of different sets with a variety of fonts to fill the speech bubbles! The Scripty Birthday in shimmery cardstock adds to the fun summery color palette!

Elena‘s Unicorn Picnic card continues the magical scene to inside with more puffy purple stenciled clouds and Pop-Up Wish Big!

Melissa used Peekaboo Backdrop to create a sweet underwater scene! She die cut the Scripty Birthday from Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock to add glittery detail!

Tammy‘s amazing card wishes a very happy birthday to someone special! She created a clever cheese layer cake for the cute mice and finished it off with the dimensional Scripty Birthday!

Now, we have a little video to introduce Scripty Birthday, Pop-Up Hooray and Pop-Up Wish Big and to show some fun ways to use these happy new die sets! I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Scripty Birthday, Pop-Up Hooray and Pop-Up Wish Big! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about a special birthday card you’ve made by July 15th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this die set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Monday, July 13th for our next inspiration week post!

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320 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Scripty Birthday, Pop-Up Hooray, Pop-Up Wish Big

  1. I find making cards quite relaxing so I make sure to take my time assembling a special birthday card that I’m sure the recipent will love. So to me all my birthday cards are unique. I also adore Latisha’s rainbow card.

  2. Can’t point out any special birthday-cards, but the LATEST one is for my husband made with the Maze-slider, stamps from Smooth Sailing, Finstastic Friends, You Are Sublime and Mermaid for You with a sailing boat, a submarine and a moray (or is it an eel, hm…) as moving parts. Like those pop-ups, but haven’t got any. Yet!

    1. Love these dies. Have been waiting for a script birthday. I think all handmade cards, well any handmade gift is special.

  3. I just sent off a very special first birthday card for my niece to Germany. She was born on the same day as her daddy (my brother-in-law) so he got a card as well.

    1. My most special birthday cards are the ones I make for my two daughters. They love rainbows, fairies, unicorns and glitter so I can make some really fun designs that they love!

  4. I just made a birthday card for my mums birthday! Has heaps of lawn fawn critters on it because she is a animal lover.

  5. I made a special birthday card last year for my friend using a picture of ours. She loves my handmade creations.

    1. My Dad turned 99 in February, just weeks before the COVID shutdown. I’m so thankful I was able to travel across the country to celebrate the milestone and hand deliver the special card I made for him!

  6. My favorite was a balloon card with stenciled textures on the balloon. Thanks for all the generous chances to win!

  7. I made an explosion box for my son’s graduation and it resembled a graduation cap. Had to do something special since it was his last year of college and everything was shut down.

    1. Oops, got so excited about all the new goodies that I thought the question was to tell you about an interactive card that I made. The last birthday card that I created was a shadow box card using your die set and the Life is Good set. So cute!

  8. I like to make the scalloped pop up boxes for special birthdays! I think it’s neat that the recipient can put it on display.

  9. Awesome samples and inspiration! I like to make interactive cards for my young great nieces and nephews. My favorite so far is a magic color slider with the shark from Duh-nuh. So fun!

  10. Wow, so many wonderful makes! Kara’s sand card definitely stood out to me, but everything is wonderful! Every card I make, I try to make special, as I mostly make cards with their recipients in mind, but the most special card, I guess, was one for my Granny’s 80th birthday. The sad part is, it got lost in post, but I made her another one 😉

  11. I don’t know that any of mine are that special to me, but they seem to be to the person who receives them…..I always get a lot of compliments!

    1. I just made my great uncle an 80th birthday card using the magic iris die. Can’t wait until he gets it in the mail to hear what he thinks!

  12. Some of the most special birthday cards that I’ve made have been given to either my parents, grandparents or my best friend because their faces always light up when they receive one of my cards. I love getting to see people’s reactions to my cards!

  13. Great festive assortment of birthday cards! The most elaborate birthday card I’ve made was a waterfall card for a dear friend and she loved it!

    1. I used reveal wheel with it’s a bug deal , hey lady and made the magnifying glass over the reveal wheel a shaker for my daughter’s birthday

  14. I used the Magic Iris and Camera add-on along with Birthday Before and Afters to make a super cute birthday card. Thanks for all the amazing inspiration!

  15. The most special birthday cards I make go to my daughter – she is always so excited to get a handmade card from me.

  16. What adorable cards!!! I love to make birthday cards!! I love to use sliders, magic sliders, wobblers and anything else I can think of to make the birthday card fun and special for the person I am making them for!!

  17. I guess I made most of my cards for my mom. She even started to put them in a frame because she wants to see them all the time

  18. Fun cards! I have made a pop-up with gifts inside using a kit. It was well received. Love these pop-up ideas you shared today!

  19. I love making birthday cards that suit the person who gets it. So I make sure to use colors or images that the recipient loves or enjoys doing. I especially like to make interactive cards and slimline cards.

  20. I just made my great uncle an 80th birthday card using the magic iris die. Can’t wait until he gets it in the mail to hear what he thinks!

  21. The most special birthday cards I make go to my best friend. I use scalloped box card pop up and stamps from critters in the sea set.

  22. My last birthday card was for my grand nephew, and I used the pop up happy birthday – so colorful and cute! Next time I want to make one like the maze card!

  23. For people who are really, really special, I like making interactive cards with pop ups, sliders, easels, or other interactive features.

  24. Awesome inspiration as usual! Love Grace’s fun octopus with all those cupcakes!
    And Tammy’s cheese cake is adorable! The last special birthday card I made was
    a sneaker card made into a shaker.

  25. The last special birthday card I made was for my granddaughter’s birthday. I used the magic picture changer with baking ingredients that turned into a cake.

  26. I have to say my favorite card is the one’s that I make for my husband!
    It was his Birthday 5/10 and I used Dandy day mice stamp set!
    Love all the birthday cards made by the design team! Thanks

  27. I love making and sending all the interactive cards that Lawn Fawn designs. The recipient is always wowed by the unique design of the handmade cards. Keep them coming!

  28. A recent special birthday card was the Pixie Hollow inspired fairy card I made for my sister. Lawn Fawn products sure helped me make a wonderful scene!

  29. Birthday cards I make for my boys are always special. Thank you for the chance to win and all the inspiration.

  30. So many beautiful designs with this release! Most of the cards that I make are for either Cards for Hospitalized Kids or Cards for Kindness. Because we were quarantining this year, I did make my daughter a birthday pop-up box card.

  31. I try to make something extra special for my kids and my husband every year. They’re always impressed by an interactive card.

  32. I make birthday cards for my daughter to match her party theme. This year I duplicated the Cinderella carriage magic iris card.

  33. Very cute and crafty cards! My favorite card I have made recently is between a new grand baby for our nephew and his wife( they are our age 😍) and a congratulations to our son and his significant other on our new granddaughter due in August!!

  34. Birthday cards are so much fun to make! I like to think that all the ones I make are special because the work that goes into making them is worth it knowing that they will brighten someone’s day! That being said, my favorite cards that I have ever made were not birthday cards but interactive wiper cards that were sent to the children who endured the horrendous Camp fire in California a while ago.

  35. I recently made a birthday 🎂 card for my mom. She turned 85. I am working on another card for her because I sent her one, but she arrives today to visit with us. ☺ So this one I plan to hand to her. I mainly make cards for her that involve flowers. But she likes the beach so maybe I can whip that up in time! My MIL has a birthday later in the month and I am gonna make something more that she can feel. She is legally blind and can not see anything anymore and I am not so sure how good my FIL is about explaining what it is she is looking at. Hence me wanting her to feel it. 😂. Enjoying all the fun pop ups and scripty words!!!

  36. A friend asked me to make a card for her cousin’s 75th and include a “golden ticket,” which was for a trip to Morocco!

  37. Love all the inspiration! I made a tri-fold barn shaped card and used the animals from Hey There, Party Balloons and Riley’s ABC’s for my soon to be one year old niece who lives on a ranch.

  38. A birthday card I loved making was for my grandson. I made a magic iris card from LF pirate set and put the treasure chest behind the iris. He loved it! I also love Kara’s card! Great inspiration today

  39. Amazing inspiration from the team today! I love making the birthday cards for my Grandmother. 2020 I made her a never ending card for her 105th Birthday!! She loved it and laughed about it lots! I plan to use the magic iris die to make her next card!

  40. I recently made the cutest astronaut card, using Out of This World, for a friend who is obsessed with space and space travel. It was so fun and she loved it!

  41. Fabulous inspiration again today! Love the pop up text! Hmmm, I consider all the birthday cards I make to be special as they are all going to loved ones. One of the most special cards was the last card I made for my father in law last year. It was one of my favourite card designs and I knew likely the last card I would make for him.

  42. Today is my hubby’s birthday, so it would be this one. Seems every card becomes my favorite because each one is different and reminds me of that person. Feel like a proud parent going to the mail box. Then the call comes in to thank me and I get to wish them a Happy birthday all over again! Love sharing the love! (PS. Happy Birthday honey. I love you! )

  43. I create a card for my Aunt Betty for her 91st Birthday – she passed last year but so much fun to be around and the sweetest lady ever! I miss her greatly!

  44. These DT card designs are fantastic! I recently just finished a big bday card for my husband last week.

  45. I always seem to have a challenge getting birthday cards made for my daughter and her boyfriend! Their birthdays are both in November and things are always hectic right before the holidays. Last year I made them balloon cards, each in a color theme I thought they’d like. They were really festive and cheery.

  46. I try and put all of my love and efforts into each card to make them special, but I especially like the magic iris cards.

    1. I just started papercrafting last year so for my husband’s birthday I wanted to make the perfect card. I ended up making half a dozen of them because none of them felt good enough for him. In the end I gave them all to him and told him why there were so many.

  47. All great cards by the design team again. The birthday cards I make are considered special by the people who receive them. I’m so happy to have Lawn Fawn products to make the cards that they love.

  48. All wonderful cards. The most special ones I have made lately was for my SIL’s grandmother who turned 100 last year and 101 this year. The special one to come is for my granddaughter’s 1st birthday in November.

  49. I made a birthday card with your glow in the dark embossing powder, for my grandson. I made the main character, and the moon shine. He will love it. I LOVE the mouse stamp set. So cute.

  50. You really hit my sweet spot with these – I make more birthday cards than anything else except Christmas. But i surely make many more different kinds of birthday cards. Love, love, love all of these darling cards by the LF Design Team. There is only only problem……how to choose!

  51. I made a magic picture changer card with 2 very important sentiments and surrounded it with a garden of flowers. It was a birthday card for a woman who runs a very important soup kitchen and food bank from all of the volunteers (my mum being one of them).

  52. I have used the let’s toast pull tab add-on to have candles pop out of a cake – that was for my son’s 30th birthday! loving the reveals as usual!

  53. Beautiful cards. I love the background on the underwater card. The cheese cake with the mice is adorable. Thanks for sharing all these great cards.

  54. I love Lynnette’s speech bubble backdrop card. The last birthday card I made was a shaker card because I just think they are so much fun!

  55. I love all these design team projects! The last birthday card I made was for my sister, last month.

  56. I love the pop up!!! Great font on the letters too! Have you seen the Netflix show CHEER? I just made my twin sister a cheerleader card that says MAT TALK on it for our birthday because we love that documentary!

  57. I love interactive cards. One if the things I love about Lawn Fawn. I like to give a special card to show how much I care about the recipient. Which make interactive birthday cards like these perfect. I want the whole lawn fawn catalog.

  58. I once made a motocycle-theme card for a girl friend who loves to ride and has her own bike, and made it with lots of feminine swirls and flourishes on it and she kept it on display for an entire year. I really loved it and obviously she did too!

  59. My husband’s great grandmother is turning 94 (!) in a few weeks. Can’t visit due to the pandemic So I’ve made a special reveal wheel card using the new puffy cloud insert and swan Soirée set. I also used the watercolor wishes paper. It’s so soft and pretty!

  60. Dad’s 79th! Used Magic Iris as a fortune telling crystal ball! LF makes all birthdays extra special!!

  61. Great inspiration as always. I made a taco interactive card that was for my aunt 70th birthday. On top of that it was featured by lawn fawnatics. Thank you!

  62. I just completed 100 birthday cards for a all levels care facility in Washington, DC. They send me notes telling how much it means to them as they are handmade. I love using Lawn Fawn products. Thank you!

  63. So many bright and festive cards from the designers using these fab sets. I made a purse shaped interactive card for one of the girls in my Scout troop.

  64. In January I made a birthday card for my grandmother’s 89th birthday, which sadly turned out to be her last birthday as she suddenly past away in May. This was the last card I made for her and I know she loved it, this makes the card very special to me.

  65. Birthday cards are my favorite to make. I love the stitches cupcake dies and using watercolors to have some fun frosting colors:)

  66. A few years ago I made an interactive slider card with a LF dog, and I colored it to look like her new pup. She loved it, as did her whole family.

  67. So…because my dogs are my life…my most special birthday card was made for my doggie to give to her sister (from her litter). They live about 1/2 hour from each other and get to see each other for play dates. The card used the dogs from Happy Howloween, Happy Howlidays and Critters at the Dog Park!

  68. I can’t even say how much I love the inspiration from the designers! That sandcastle card is awesome! I make special birthday cards for each recipient based on their likes and personality so they’re all special to me.Thank you for the chance to win!!

  69. The most special b-day card that I made was the one for my mom before she passed away with lung cancer. It was a pop up card.

  70. I made my son a special octopus card for his 18th birthday. I customized it with his name and the number 18. I also used his favorite color for the octopus, purple.

  71. My favorite birthday card I ever made was for my husband and I used the “Charge Me Up” kit. I loved how my cards came out.

  72. I made a beautiful card for my mum’s 70th birthday this year, but due to coronavirus I couldn’t see her open it. I’m sure she loved it!

  73. I think all of the cards I make are special.
    I try to design them to the recipient’s tastes
    (fishing for fishermen, monkeys for a
    monkey lover, etc). Love pop-up cards.
    thanks for so many great ideas.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  74. I just made the best birthday card with the Build a Castle die, cloud stencil, and tiny fairy tale stamps. I was so proud of it and pretty sure it is the best card I have ever made! ❤️💜❤️

  75. I made some birthday cards for my nephew’s birthday with the “Lift the Flap” and “A Bug Deal” stamps and dies! It was so much fun! Thank you, Lawn Fawn! You’re the BEST!

  76. I love all of these, such great ideas! My granddaughter and I make lots of cards together, she will love these too.

  77. I made a birthday card using Out of This World and Beam Me Up. So fun! I’m making a lot more cards during the Q these days …. Thank you for the chances to win!!!!

  78. A special birthday card I made recently was for my youngest son using the coaster critters and the slider element. It was so fun and he loved it!

  79. Such fun inspiration! I made a card for my friend’s sweet mother when she turned 100, a very inspiring woman.

  80. Such wonderful Birthday day cards by the designers. Today I made a birthday card for my daughter-in-law using your slimline die with flaps. So fun🤗
    Thanks so much for sharing.

  81. Fun birthday projects today! Love these new dies. I recently made a gatefold 50th birthday card for a friend with critters drinking tea since she loves her tea!

  82. One of my co-workers birthday is Feb. 14th, so I make sure to create a fun and funny card for her each year. I try to change it up every year and make it as non cupid as possible. 🙂

  83. I made a Magic Picture Changer card for my husband’s 50th that showed his gift was river rafting in the Grand Canyon. He loved the card and trip. It was so fun to make that card.

  84. I love making reveal wheel birthday cards but the most recent special birthday card was for my daughter. I made a scalloped box pop up card and she loved it!

  85. I love birthday cards! I’m trying to learn some watercoloring at the moment. I just watercolored some macarons that I plan to turn into a birthday card.

    1. I love Yainea’s card with the cool blue ink blending and seaweed. I love making all sorts of cards but have recently found making a card just to say hello and send a smile is my favourite 🙂

  86. I made a birthday card for my husband with an airship and gears – he loves all things steampunk themed. Would love to win!

  87. So many wonderful cards yet again! I love making Birthday themed cards. My favorite right now has to be the one with the magic iris camera add-on I made a little while ago.

  88. Oh no, my last comment went in the wrong place. I’ll try again. Lately, my favourite birthday cards are interactive using the dandy day set!

  89. I am really enjoying using the stencils on my cards and one of my favourite cards was a birthday card I made for my sister. I love all the inspiration in this post… the beautiful clouds, sand castle & sandy letters, the octopus juggling the cupcakes and the cake made of cheese… great job designers!!!!

  90. I feel like every birthday card is special, but I did just make several cards for my in-laws because they’re unable to get out of their house to shop for birthday cards anymore. I figured it would kill two birds with one stone by making the cards for the family and they send them out. Everyone prefers theirs cards because there’s always money in it. 🤣

  91. I made a card for my daughters 39th birthday that turned out pretty nice. That was my most recent. Love the new dies

  92. These pop-up dies are great! I really enjoy making interactive birthday cards for people, they always seem to like them!

  93. I usually make my birthday cards a year ahead for my family, because I tend to forget to mail them out in time 🤣🤣
    Due to ‘Life gets in the way sometimes’ I hadn’t have a chance to make them this year, so I try to not forget to make (and send) them for each birthday now 😉
    Glad I already purchased the Scripty Birthday die! It’s a fun die!

  94. Birthday cards are my biggest card category! My favorites to make are for my young nieces. (But don’t tell any of my other family members!) 🙂

  95. I’ve made so many, but my favorites are always the ones that get the oooh’s and aaah’s from my Grandaughter, she loves them all.

  96. I can’t target just one birthday card that was special because I try to think of the recipient and focus on their interests! I love the variety of stamps and dies that Lawn Fawn presents to us as well as the inspiration from the design team. Thank you!

  97. I think ALL birthday cards are special when they are handmade! Great examples today especially the sand coloring!

  98. My son loves any card that has a mechanical component so this year I made him a pop out card with lots of dinosaurs!

  99. The birthday card I am the most happy with recently had fireflys that light up with chibtronic lights, and a shaker window. It was also my first attempt at a slimline card (in order to get it all to fit… Lol
    My friend hasn’t opened it yet but I hope she likes it!!

  100. I love maklng birthday cards for all my friends and family. Everyone always tells me that they keep my cards and that’s a great compliment. Thanks for all the inspiration!

  101. I love making birthday cards. Because they take me so long to make i will say they are all special to me. I really like using the magic picture changer. Today I made one with Ahoy matey! So cute!

  102. I made a special birthday card for my cat loving friend. I used Meow You Doin’ and did the card on many levels with the scallop pop up box.

  103. I recently made a birthday card using the Shell-Fie stamp set and sent it off last week. It was so adorable and made my heart happy. 🙂

  104. I just finished a fun birthday card for a friend with one of my all time favs the koala’s! ❤️😍

  105. I loved Chari’s scallop box card pop up using butterfly kisses card so much I tried to recreate it with the supplies I had for my sister-in-law’s birthday, it turned out super cute!

  106. Since I make 90% of all my cards it’s hard to say I have a favorite. I try and be as creative as I possibly can to make the recipient feel as special as possible.

  107. I made a reveal wheal ice cream card for my mom because she likes ice cream and I put a Ted Drewes gift card in it. (That’s a famous custard stand on route 66 in St. Louis.)

  108. Oh my goodness. Such sweet cards. I was on the fence with a few items shown here but the design team really does a great job of making me drool over the Lawn Fawn goodness!

  109. I made a Happy 75th birthday card using my Lawn Fawn Flippin Awesome die!! I love this die and wish there was an add on set with different shapes than squares. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone!!

  110. I am working on a birthday card right now. It is butterfly themed with some lovely glitter. Gotta have glitter!

  111. The special card I most remember was for my sister’s 50th birthday – I included 50 candles – yes, I counted. (Btw – we only included one candle on her bday cake 😏).

  112. I’m excited to give my daughter her birthday card this month. I used both RWARSOME and critters from the past to create a cute scene on the front of the card and used the piviot pop up inside with some more dinos! I think she will love it!!!

  113. I made my first shaker card for my Mom for her birthday. It had a little girl with a balloon filled with confetti shakers on it.

  114. Cute birthday cards. I just made one for my daughter-in-law with a special fold and pocket for some birthday money.

  115. I think the most special BD card I made was for my dad’s high school friend. I made him a card with astronauts and a moon. Only male theme I could think of. He was so pleased with it. He said he worked on the moon landing mission and that the card reminded him of those days.

  116. Fantastic samples! This looks like such a fun release. Oh my, birthday cards, I ave made so many. This month was a heavy birthday month. I have started making light up cards and everyone adores them.

  117. Wow what awesome card designs! I hope someday I can make such creative cards. Would love to make Kara’s sandy beach wish big card.

  118. Probably the most special birthday card I made recently was for my father-in-law, who (with the help of my husband giving hints), teamed up with my mother-in-law to gift me FIVE Lawn Fawn stamp sets for my 40th birthday!! It was so generous and so kind; I knew I would have to make him a birthday card the following month using one of the sets he gave me. I chose Out of This World because he’s a retired teacher, and because the planets, adorable rocket, and astronaut are so fun. I used the reverse scalloped circles to create two mini scenes that peeked out, and Oliver’s Stitched ABC’s for an extra “blast” of fun. He loved it! And that was all that mattered 🙂

  119. These cards are blowing my mind. They all look so amazing. Wish to get these dies ASAP and make beautiful cards.

  120. I just made my niece a birthday card using the Happy Birthday pop-up and the cupcake dies and then I scraplifted one of the cards from your page and had the dandy lion mice blowing out the candle on the cupcake. So cute

  121. For summer birthdays I tend to use the stamp set with the fishes and the submarine a lot. It’s so colorful.

  122. I will be making a birthday card today for a 5 year old nephew who loves his calves. I will use some of the dies and stamps from the Lawn Fawn products that display the farm scene. Thank you, Lawn Fawn!

  123. I made a birthday card for my best friend using Lawn Fawn’s Life is Good set which is perfect for this time of year.

  124. I made a special birthday card for my son featuring hamsters in a cage. It’s a joke between us about hamsters so he enjoyed it a lot!!

  125. Oh my a special birthday card I have made! I have made so many. The one the stands out right now, is the latest one I made, for my Grandma. It was a beachy scene. So pretty!

  126. Love all of the projects! I made a shadow box birthday card for my sister’s last birthday, and she loved it!

  127. I recently made an INTERACTIVE MONKEY SWINGING CARD for my sister…. I found it really cute….. And oh ! Which lawn fawn card isn’t cute !!

  128. Love the Octopus juggling. I made a cool card using your flipping awesome die and the set with the diver so that he looks like he is floating back up to the submarine for my Nephew.

  129. I’m new to card making, but I made a birthday card for my mom, who loves quilting, using the Sewn with Love set. It turned out super cute!

  130. Every card i make is special, they’re like children, you can’t pick a favorite – mom used to say that with a wink – I knew what she meant! 🤣

  131. I made a really cute reveal wheel card for my niece this year using the Sea horsin around stamp and die set as the theme 🙂

  132. Made a card for my 5 year-old daughter’s best friend from school last year. He loves dinosaurs, so my card was dinosaur themed and that’s the reason my daughter is going to marry him- so she says! LOL!!!

  133. I made a cool box card using LF stamps and dies. It included the otters, which I love so much, in an underwater scene.

  134. Love all the inspiration, such cute cards. I like the fact that you used critters from previously released sets. My most special birthday card was for Mom’s 80th birthday. She has since passed and I found it among her possessions…..

  135. I used the shadow box card die to create a car with my little cousin as the driver (as she is starting to learn)!

  136. I am going to make some birthday cards today for the future using the “Hey Lady” stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn! Thank you so much for these wonderful inpirations that you provide us, Lawn Fawn!

  137. I used Critters From the Past and made an AWESOME card for my Great Niece. I also used Out of this World and used glue to jam pack all the negative die cut openings with glitters on another card for my Great Nephew.
    I just can’t say enough about all the seriously amazing designs by some seriously amazing people!!!

  138. The sandcastle is perfect. I have lots of photos of my son playing in the sand that need to be scrapped so I can use this for that and for cards.

  139. These are awesome cards! I made a late birthday card for my MIL in patriotic colors with a beach theme because those are two of her favorites.

  140. I haven’t made birthday cards in a while, but my daughter has started adding Lawn Fawn cutouts to our cards like confetti.

  141. Every birthday card is special! I’ve had a lot of fun making them this year, to add a little happiness to their life when they receive the card since I cannot physically go visit them.

  142. I love this set! One of the more special cards I’ve made was for my nephew at Easter. It was a little interactive lift the flap card for an Easter Egg Hunt, since we were in Covid Lockdown during that period!

  143. Probably cards for my brother are the most special because I know he truly appreciates everything that goes into the process.

  144. I love the Wish Big pop-up card! I have made a lot of birthday cards that I really like, but one of the best was one I made using the Plane and Simple stamp and die set. The set is just adorable.

  145. I made the alien birthday card with the magic iris die that was actually featured….my favorite card by far.

  146. These dies are so fun! I made a scalloped pop up box card for a friend’s 50th birthday which I enjoyed making and she loved it!

  147. Oh my! Just when I think I have enough…
    I would say my special birthday card I made was for my new granddaughter born just 3 weeks ago. ❤️❤️❤️

  148. I LOVE this and have the birthday script ready to go! I made a special card for my friends 50th recently in golds and blush pink, my fav colour combo!

  149. I have made some special cards for so many special people, but one that really sticks out is the one that a co-worker asked me to make – a really special card for a friend of hers – she gave me free reign on the design. After I made the card gave it to her, a few weeks later all of my co-workers surprised me with balloons and presents for my own birthday complete with the card I had made and they all signed it. I still have it displayed in my craft room and smile every time I look at it. I make/sell a lot of cards for my co-workers – it was so sweet that they commissioned and bought a card that I made to give to me!!!!!

  150. Wonderful products and inspirations!! I’ve always loved to make special cards for dear ones, the most recent one was for a crafty friend. I used her fav color combination, and also added a surprise interactive element 🙂 I also made a magic spinner card for my daughter’s 5th birthday, which she loved 🙂

  151. I can’t wait to get some of these pop-up dies to pair with the Oliver’s Stitched ABCs I just purchased recently! The Scripty Happy & Birthday will become a staple in my collection once I can get around to purchasing it.

  152. Love love love the pop-up sentiments. Used the Happy Birthday pop-up to create an amazing birthday card for a dear friend.

  153. Hmmm, I try to make all of my birthday cards special! But I’d say the most special so far is for my partner’s 30th birthday. I wrote 30 reasons I love him inside…and I used the loveable legends stamps for the outside 🙂

  154. Fav birthday card I made recently is a slider card with a motorcycle. When you slide the motorcycle from left to right the word ‘vroom! Is shown. Wonderful pop up creations.
    Melissa
    “Sunshine HoneyBee”

  155. I literally just finished a card for my sisters birthday. I tried my hand at an easel card for the first time, combined with a shaker element. I used some stamps with an oyster and pearl, as I am getting her a set of earrings that have a gold oyster shell with a little pearl in them.

  156. I literally just finished a card for my sisters birthday. I tried my hand at an easel card for the first time, combined with a shaker element. I used some stamps with an oyster and pearl, as I am getting her a set of earrings that have a gold oyster shell with a little pearl in them.

  157. My favorite birthday card is tough to pick. I just learned to use my mini box die, so the pop up feature worked great for a surprise birthday card.

  158. Squeeee! These dies are FUN! I recently made my friend a special birthday card using Ahoy Matey, the Happy Birthday Pop-Up Die, and a few others. It was SOOOO much fun!

  159. Ohh this scripty birthday die is just the perfect add to your previous ones, and even if I haven’t received yet, I ordered it. My favourite Birthday card was one made with lawnfawn products in a comic strip style! I gave it to my boyfriend who loves comics, even if it wasn’t his birthday =)

  160. I made a Harry Potter themed birthday card for a friend and it was an interactive card. I had Hermoine along with the gang (Harry, Ron, Hagrid as well as Scabbers and Crookshanks) with the word “Alohomora” at the top of the card. I used a pull tab and made balloons “float” to the top of the card. It was so much fun to make!

  161. I find that making birthday cards with the Lawn Fawn products is such fun as there are many stamps and dies from them that I can incorporate in a meaningful card! Thank you, Lawn Fawn!

  162. I love making birthday cards for my kids and husband. I try to use things they enjoy. I just made my daughter a birthday card using cactus and a llama.

  163. I think the favorite birthday card I’ve made is one for my husband a that depicts us and our fur family 🙂 Using many lawn fawn sets, but mainly the video game set, as we’re sitting on the couch with our dog, me with a coffee cup, my husband playing video games, and our kitties on either side of us! I love all the cute fun little detail elements you give us so we can create really cool custom scenes like that!! I would love more furniture that characters fit in/on! I would have loved to have lamps on our end tables but was too lazy to make them, as the rest of the card took about 2 days!

  164. My cousin’s birthday was just this week and so last week I had a lot of fun using the scalloped box popup card die and the farm critters stamp set to make a fun barnyard card! It turned out so cute, no surprise there since lawn fawn makes the funnest and cutest dies and stamps! Thanks for the creativity!

  165. I love the interactive cards, but I don’t enjoy making them as much as more simple cards. My fav card of all time are the ocean themed ones I’ve made using the mermaids and submarine.

  166. I made a special birthday card for my Grandma’s 90th birthday that is still special to me since she has passed away.

  167. One of my favorite birthday cards I made was for my dads 92nd birthday using many of the Lawn fawn sets!

  168. Every year my daughter and I make a card for her dance teacher. I love that we make it together and her teacher always appreciates them. I think any of those would be my favorites.

  169. My favorite was a shaker card for my little 3 yr old grandson. He carried it around with him and kept telling me, while shaking it, that he could hear his card with his ears. 🙂

  170. Such a fun set this is. Had made a shaker birthday card with ink blended background recently for a dear friend.

  171. Making cards a Scalloped Treat boxes with Lawn Fawn products are my favorite items to make with paper craft supplies. I even made some “mask cards” that have been a “hit” since I shared them at the dentist’s office and they podiatry clinic in the area! They loved the clever cards to display at the front desk! Thank you, Lawn Fawn, for everything!

  172. I always work really hard on my husbands cards, because I love him to bits! He likes the lawn fawn stuff because its “so punny” lol

  173. Love the new Scripty Birthday, I’m hoping to see more scripty word dies in the future! I recently made a birthday card using Dandy Day for my crafty bff, I can’t wait to send it to her!

  174. I love making birthday cards for almost everyone I know! I want them to feel loved! Thanks for the great ideas!

  175. I love making mermaid or unicorn birthday cards for my nieces! I love that I get to use glitter 😉

  176. Ohhhh, I really want to add to my collection of pop ups and scripty dies. Love my happy birthday pop up die.

  177. The glow in the dark embossing powder from Lawn Fawn has been fun to use with the stamps that incorporate stars for the birthday cards! Thank you, Lawn Fawn!

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