Lots of Heart Week {Day 5}

Hello friends! We’ve reached the end of this fun heart-filled week of inspiration! But we have lots of fantastic ideas still to show you today! We have been sharing Lawn Fawn Design Team inspiration based on the new Lawn Fawnatics challenge Lots of Heart! And of course, there’s a daily giveaway!

To see all the Lawn Fawnatics Design Team inspiration and join the Lots of Heart challenge, click HERE! Enter a project and you could be the random winner or one of our Featured Fawnatics! There are still two more weeks to enter this challenge.

Marine‘s pirate themed Magic Picture Changer card has so much tropical fun! As always, she combined lots of sets, including Ahoy Matey and Toucan Do It! She stenciled the background using Tropical Leaves and added a custom greeting using Henry’s ABCs.

She hid all the hearts inside the treasure chest, revealed by pulling the tab! Marine is so good at integrating the Magic Picture Changer into her scenes. Be sure to check out her playlist at our YouTube channel for even more Magic Picture Changer ideas!

Samantha stenciled Falling Hearts in white stencil paste to create the background on her inked card! Then she used a branch from A Bug Deal to hang some lemons from You’re the Zest. This design is so fresh and fun for Valentine’s Day or any day!

Audrey‘s design is so sweet! She featured the yummy treats from Sweet Friends, layering them on a Simple Stripes: Portrait background. Then she added her greeting using Giant Outlined Love Ya. It looks so amazing in black and white!

Christy‘s charming underwater card features Ocean Shell-fie! She inked and stamped an ocean background before framing the fun scene with a Heart Garland Backdrop: Landscape!

Tammy‘s happy design uses Really High Five critters with heart-shaped balloons from Scent with Love Add-On! She stenciled the background with Falling Hearts and framed her design with a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame. For her greeting, she combined Giant XOXO with a sentiment from Simply Celebrate Hearts!

I hope you have been inspired to create a Valentine or Heart Day card for our Lots of Heart Challenge at Lawn Fawnatics! There are still two more weeks to enter this challenge! We can’t wait to see your heart-filled creations!

Giveaway Time!

Leave us a comment below for a chance to be a giveaway winner by TODAY, January 20 at 5PM ET. We will randomly select one lucky winner each day all week to receive a stamp set with coordinating die set of their choice! We will announce the winners on Saturday January 21!

Thank you so much for your wonderful comments this week! Be sure to come back tomorrow for the announcement of our Lots of Heart Week winners!


Thank you so much for visiting, have an amazing day!


130 thoughts on “Lots of Heart Week {Day 5}

  1. Great idea on the pirate card, it is so cute. Also like the Love Ya You’re the sweetest card might have to use that idea as a thank you card.

  2. Love all the DT’s creative projects! I have to say Audrey’s Sweet treats card makes me want to have some sugar! 😋 ❤️

  3. I love seeing the sets that aren’t valentines specific, used in that way! It makes me rethink how my sets can be used!

  4. I love all of the card samples. I absolutely love Marine’s card!! It is such a cute idea without it being a typical Valentine’s card!

  5. Dear LF –
    I am always completely blown away by the talent of your crafters and of fellow “lay” crafters whose work is also magnificent, beautiful and inspiring. These cards are incredibly good! Thanks for sharing!!
    Lori S in PA

  6. Thank you for showing us new ways to use our favorite Lawn Fawn stamps. I loved the pirate card! Lawn Fawn, you are the best!!

  7. Loving all the hearts and inspiration… can’t wait for the work week to be over so I can get my crafty on! Appreciate all that you do at Lawn Fawn – thank you!!

  8. Ahoy Matey is one of my lawn fawn favorites! I love how Marine used it with the Magic Picture Changer. Brilliant!

  9. Oh my gosh – that Treasure Chest full of ❤️. So sweet. An octopus Valentine’s Party. Amazing design team projects.

  10. I am in awe at Marines Magic Picture Changer card. Her blending is seamless to the point I didn’t even notice it until I scrolled down. How amazing is that. I also loved Christy’s card; she too is super talented. You have the best DT around. I always look forward to seeing the wonderful designs and inspiration every day. Lawn Fawn is how I start my morning every morning. Now it’s just waiting for the next release to come out and that is just pure torture (in the best of ways). Love ya Lawn Fawn.

  11. All these cards are so cute. I couldn’t begin to pick a favorite. I like all of them and would be thrilled to receive any one of them.

  12. So cute. I love the critters and lemons with faces! I have made a few Valentines so far, but will be making more. I am also hoping that my 2 little grandkids will want to make their own Valentines rather than buying a box of them 🙂

  13. I love this holiday! It’s my favorite: It makes me giddy to see all the young man with big bouquets under their arms, and all the gals are all smiles! The pirate booty and Christy’s octopi are absolutely enchanting! Happiness to all!!!

  14. I am heartbroken the inspiration week is ending, but definitely look forward to the upcoming spring release inspiration week!

  15. These are just too sweet. I think it’s time I added the magic picture changer to my stash. Everything here is just so great!!

  16. I gotta admit I do not love pink or hearts. But I love how non-sappy and clever the pirate themed card is for a non-traditional card.

  17. Oh, I love the Really High Five critters with the heart balloons and falling heart background. Thanks so much for a fun week with lots of great inspiration!

  18. These cards are amazing! How fun! Marine’s pirate card is amazing as all her cards are! Thank you for the inspiration all week! I was in a slump and now ready to put these cards together! ❤️.

  19. What a fun week! I have enjoyed visiting each day for awesome inspiration, thanks for brightening up a rather dreary week.

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