Lawn Fawn Intro: Stitched Garden Veggies & Stitched Root Veggies

Hello and welcome to March Inspiration Week! Our Spring 2024 Release with 13 new stamp sets and coordinating dies along with 19 new standalone die sets, new paper collection, and all of our exciting new products are now available at your favorite store and at! And this week we will continue to highlight these new products with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways!

Daily Giveaway

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Our big giveaway post!!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Stitched Garden Veggies and Stitched Root Veggies! The adorable garden veggies are a fun addition to your cards and crafts! This set includes a bell pepper, cauliflower, tomato, and cabbage all with stitching details and stems! Use your favorite color of cardstock to create a fun new variety of veggies each time! Add more veggie friends to your projects with Stitched Root Veggies! This set includes a carrot, a beet, a turnip, and an onion all with stitching details and stems!

Design Team Inspiration

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

Yainea‘s card reminds me of a vintage vegetable crate and it’s so gorgeous! The black background lets the colorful veggies pop, while the inky Stitched Rectangle Frame is perfect as the crate! She included an embossed sentiment from Thanks Thanks Thanks with a greeting from Veggie Happy.

Megan filled the Fruit Basket with red, ripe tomatoes from the Stitched Garden Veggies set! The red of the tomatoes plays off the blue background so perfectly and the Lacy Border is so pretty! Then she started the Veggie Happy sentiment on two more tomatoes.

Megan added the interactive Pull ‘n Pop Pull Tab to lift the Fruit Basket, revealing the punny message below! So perfectly clever!

Marine created a garden scene that is so adorable! She filled the Harvest Crate with carrots and of course, there must be a cute rabbit too! This one is our Tiny Gift Box Bunny Add-On!

Elise used the Foursquare Backdrop: Landscape to create windows for the Stitched Root Veggies! I love how she mixed and matched the colors of the veggies with the backgrounds. She also created a fun custom sentiment combining Henry’s Build-A-Sentiment: Spring with Finley’s ABCs! So sweet!

Mindy harvested a colorful crop of Stitched Garden Veggies and Stitched Root Veggies! They look so happy with their smiling faces!

Latisha‘s card is so clever and fun! She created a custom pattern by layering all the carrots on a Quilted Backdrop! The addition of the orange sequins is so perfect, creating lots of shine!

This card by Grace is so beautiful! I love how she used just the front of our Tote Bag to fill with the veggies! And those veggies with smiley faces are so sweet gathered around the bag!

And surprise! Grace‘s card is also a gift card holder! Tuck a gift card into the “tote” and “lettuce” celebrate a special day!

I love how Tammy filled the Build-A-Basket Easter with lots of carrots, while the bunnies from Eggstraordinary Easter and Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy add to the cuteness!! It’s so sweet as an Easter card or to send encouragement with the greeting from Carrot ’bout You!

These three smiling beets are so cute! Elena featured these Stitched Root Veggies with a “rooting for you” message in a design that is so charming! The pink Rainbow Ever After paper is so perfect as a complement to the reddish pink beets!

Oh, my goodness, Audrey‘s watercolor card is so gorgeous! The rich color of the Stitched Root Veggies is amazing, making them look so real! She also added garden tools from Watering Can in woodgrain and silver metallic cardstock adding to the realistic look of her design.

Rebecca’s colorful veggies in the Harvest Crate are so adorable! And the Cloud Background Landscape Hot Foil Plate adds shiny detail to the backdrop. And of course, those smiling faces are just so cute!

I think the color coordinated sayings in the speech bubbles look so adorable! Fruit Salad paper also adds a farm fresh, homespun vibe to the background!

Chari‘s design is so cute, showing us how to combine the stitched veggies with Veggie Happy stamped images!

Intro Video

Now, I have a video to introduce Stitched Garden Veggies and Stitched Root Veggies! We will show you some great ideas while creating four cards to inspire you. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so “veggie” much for watching!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Stitched Garden Veggies and Stitched Root Veggies! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite veggie by March 20th at 5:00pm ET. We will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Friday, March 15th for our next inspiration week post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week! We love your comments, tweets, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube messages! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!


Thanks so much for visiting the Lawn Fawn blog, have an amazing day!


329 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Stitched Garden Veggies & Stitched Root Veggies

  1. I love eating vegetables & it’s difficult to pick just one.
    Here’s my list – Stuffed artichokes, fried – eggplant & zucchini, asparagus, sauté spinach & garlic,
    tomatoes & lastly plum tomatoes for my home-made sauce. 😋

  2. It’s hard to decide! I love fresh veggies straight from the garden!!
    I especially live fresh garden carrots, beans,peas, lettuce, tomatoes!!

  3. All of them! Seriously, I can’t think of a veggie I don’t like … so, I’m very excited to get my hands on these dies. A whole new concept of getting in those 10 servings, right?!

  4. I love so many veggies that it is hard to pick just one! But I guess I have loved green beans for as long as I can remember!

  5. Even though I kind of think of tomatoes as fruit, I’m still going to say tomatoes is my fav veg!

  6. Omg these fun and colorful inspirations made fell in love with the stitched veggie sets!!! Favorite veggie: tomato, now technically tomato is a fruit. Haha I hope it counts!

  7. Don’t make me pick a favorite!!! I love brocoli and brussels and asparagus and snap peas… ahhhh can’t pick one! SUCH CUTE CARDS!

  8. I picked up both of these die sets at a local store and I love them so much!!!! Thank you so much for this incredible inspiration! For some reason the thought of making happy cauliflower just thrills me. LOL!

  9. I think green beans is .y go-to veggie for sides but any salad with a mix of fresh veggies is always welcome

  10. Potatoes are our favorite but we love so many different veggies! & we grow so many different veggies! Love this release!

  11. My favorite veggie? It would probably be easier to pick one I don’t like! 🤣 As far back as I can remember, my favorites are tomatoes, corn on the cob, beets, and celery! 😋😋😋🍅🌽

  12. I also love fresh garden vegetables. I guess eggplant is one of my favourites. And cucumbers. And carrots fresh from the garden. And garden tomatoes.

  13. Ahahahaa i don’t like to eat veggies! But i love paper veggies from lawn fawn! Ahhaahahah i love the carrots and tomatoes! 😜😝

  14. I think my favorite veggie in the bunch is the head of lettuce. Not really sure why it’s my favorite other than it makes me smile.

  15. My favorite veggie is cold, ripe tomato.
    Put it between 2 pieces of bread, top
    with bacon and lettuce and I’m good
    to go. Love this release.

    1. It’s hard to pick just one favorite as all so cute – but I’ll go with the tomato as my mom was wooed by her now fiancée with tomatoes from his community garden. I told her if it ended in a live story, which it did, we’d call it,
      ” Too Many Tomatoes” – as at one point she said, what am I gonna do with all these tomatoes!.

  16. My favorite is a Chinese veggie (tender pea sprouts) but my son would tell you that his favorite veggie is NONE 😂 but I think the cute LF stitched veggies might win him over!

  17. Mmmm. I love eggplant, cooked just about any way. But lately I’ve been craving winter melon soup. It’s a mild tasting veg that reminds me of home and hearth.

  18. All the veggie cards are so cute and clever! My favorite veggies are corn and tomatoes. Looking forward to fresh garden veggies this summer!

  19. I’m on a brussel sprout kick right now! They are wonderful in the air fryer. Season them up, add parmesan and let them go until they are super crispy!

  20. Personally, in the foods I eat I like carrots, especially cooked in soup or beef stew. In card making, I like carrots because i like their shape and color in contrast with bunnies soft and fuzzy look. (my inner Art teacher is coming out in these comments!)

  21. I love all veggies but a good tomato at peak season is the BEST! (Hmmm…aren’t they technically a fruit???)

  22. Carrots are my favorite. You can eat them in so many ways, cooked, rosted, grated, with a dip sauce…… or just as is.
    Love all the tasty inspiration by the design team!

  23. I love brussel sprouts and beets. But all these cute veggies make me want them all at my next meal. I love veggies as much as I love chocolate cake.

  24. I love veggies so it’s hard to pick a favorite. I’ll go with corn. Nothing beats fresh sweet corn from the field.

  25. My favourite vegetable is a carrot but add heaps of melted cheese to cauliflower and you’ve got a real winner!

  26. Sorry but I am a veggie hater! I never grew out of it! They all taste yucky. But you can’t BEET these veggies… they sure make cute cards.

  27. I absolutely love these adorable critter veggies. They are so cute! My favorite veggie is corn in the cob 🌽

  28. Who would have thought there were so many adorable things you could do with vegetables. I love beets and this cute little beet with the face cut out is definitely my fav.

  29. O wow!, I love Grace’s card, just like coming home from the farmers market. I love mushrooms and green beans, Yum. I can’t wait to see what comes this week but I am already planning my shopping cart!

  30. I prefer fruit but if I had to pick a veggie I would have to go with Brussels Sprouts which is funny b/c I hated them as child.

  31. All thse cards look fabulous!

    My favorite veg is probably tomato, but does that count since it’s really a fruit?

  32. My favorite vegie is potatoes! and sweet corn on the cob fresh from the garden, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, winter squash, green beans, sugar snap peas, spinach (raw in a salad… none of that cooked stuff) …

  33. I love veggies. I know tomatoes are botanically defined as fruits but I think of them as a veggie and they’re my fav!!!

  34. The veggie I eat most often is broccoli but I am always thrilled when asparagus is in season! Love these new die sets.

  35. I like raw fresh veggies over cooked, I’d probably have say raw cauliflower is my favorite, but I don’t like it cooked.

  36. Almost all, I love salads so the more veggies the better. Pickled beets on a salad is the very best, in my opinion.

  37. I was going to say celery… but then I saw asparagus… and tomatoes… I’m thinking it might be easier to tell you who my favorite child is! 😂

  38. Oh my gosh those veggies are adorable. I love the shading details. My favourite vegetable is maybe cauliflower.

  39. I love the veggies in the crate and in the tote bag. My favorite veggies are potatoes. You can make them so many ways!

  40. Well that’s hard as I love most veggies. I do love tomatoes the most but those are technically a fruit so I guess let’s just say my favorite vegetables are broccoli, brussel sprouts, carrots, and asparagus. The cards in today’s post are fantastic.

  41. I have not run into a veggie I did not like, love cabbage since it lasts a long time and so versatile, raw or cooked !

  42. These designs are Amazing! I love the inspiration!! Thank you. These cards artist are truly talented, and I truly appreciate seeing all 🩷🩵💜💛the different ways to use thecitens. Thanks LawnFawn!!

  43. My favorite veggie has always been carrots but I am also a big fan of jicama which my mom always calls ‘white carrot’. 😊

  44. I don’t like eating them @ all but my favorite veggie is the turnip. Haha. There’s just something about it….when it’s colored purple (not even my fav color) it’s so stinking cute 🥰!!

  45. These are all so cute!
    My favorite Lawn Fawn veggie = that fun bell pepper. What a cutie!
    My favorite veggie to eat = potato, but corn is a close second. Love carrots, bell peppers, broccoli, squash, zuchini, too.

  46. The inspiration is amazing!!! I love most veggies- although I don’t think I’ve tried turnips as an adult- but they sure are pretty!

  47. These cards are simply adorable. “Rooting for you” and “heads Tomatoes” are so stinking cute. My nieces and nephews would love these as they approach state competitions in sports and music. Thank you for such great inspirations!

  48. These are very cute! I love the idea of using the treat box as a bag for them. Thanks for that idea!

  49. My favorite vegetable is green beans, red peppers, zucchini and much more! Thanks for sharing! 😊🌸

  50. I love the new stitched root vegetables. I have my kitchen decorated in veggies. This is such a cool set. I love the entire release. ❤️

  51. I love tomatoes 🍅 Especially from my garden. It would be fun to creat a tag to go along of baskets of 🍅 I share with neighbors.

  52. Tomatoes, Carrots, lettuce, potatoes are just a few that I love – I remember helping in the garden and eating fresh veggies. I love the cards but was wondering if she misspelled Tomato on purpose? It is a funny joke if she did.

  53. This intro video and the party veggies totally inspired me to make the birthday card for one of my daughters who is vegan… I won’t be able to share it before beginning of may but I love that I have it finished this early.

    I love most veggies – but my favs are definately pumpkins and beetroots.

  54. I love these die sets!! Hard to pick my favorite veggies: broccolini, artichoke and cauliflower would be among my faves

  55. Honestly I 💕 just about any veggie. But the one I ate tonight, that my fam isn’t crazy about, was asparagus!

  56. It’s hard to choose – I like lots of veggies. I will pick the one I use all the time in cooking and that would be onion (plus, I can’t resist and delicious onion ring).

  57. My favourite Veggie is probably the bellpepper if we’re talking “eating raw” because for cooking you really need all the variety of veggies!

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