Lawn Fawn Intro: Watering Can & Lovely Lily of the Valley

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

Daily Giveaway

We already have four places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Stitched Garden Veggies & Stitched Root Veggies post!
Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On post!
Ta-Da! Diorama! Butterfly Window Add-On post!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Watering Can and Lovely Lily of the Valley! The Watering Can set is a wonderful way to sprinkle your loved ones with spring greetings! You can tuck the included seed packet and tools inside the watering can! Use your favorite cardstock or patterned paper for a unique look each time.

Celebrate Mother’s Day or lovely spring sentiments with this bouquet of Lovely Lily of the Valley flowers. Change the look of the flowers by cutting the flower tops, stems, and leaves out of different colors of cardstock or patterned paper

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!

Grace combined both of our featured sets in a gorgeous garden themed design! It’s so perfect for “sending sunshine and smiles” with Henry’s Build-A-Sentiment: Spring! And she also included a cute flying garden friend from Meadow Backdrop: Landscape!

Elise chose to fill her Watering Can with pretty blooms and stems from Flower Garden Backdrop! She stamped the Mother’s Day greeting from Celebration Scripty Sentiments on a Rainbow Ever After background before adding her pretty flower arrangement.

Oh, wow, Latisha‘s thank you card is so beautiful! She chose bold cardstock colors that make her Lovely Lily of the Valley design so special!

Audrey created an Easter card that is just so stunning! She paired Lovely Lily of the Valley with Darling Daffodils with a greeting from Henry’s Build-A-Sentiment: Spring!

I love how Megan colored the die cut pieces of the Watering Can and Stitched Root Veggies, the colors are so soft and pretty! For the background of the slimline card, she combined Spiffy Speckles and Fruit Salad papers!

Marine is welcoming Spring with a design that is so full of cheerful color and lots of whimsy! She framed the Lovely Lily of the Valley flowers with a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame, then she added the cute bees from Meadow Backdrop: Portrait!

Another gorgeous Mother’s Day card featuring Watering Can and Lovely Lily of the Valley! Melissa used colorful cardstock for all the die cuts before arranging them on a watercolor backdrop.

Send mom a Lovely Lily of the Valley card with lots of color and whimsy using Elena‘s gorgeous design! She also used Henry’s ABCs to spell out “mom” or swap the o for a u if you have a “mum”! I love the little birds Elena added to the flowers, they look so sweet!

The Veggie Happy mice are busy in the veggie garden while wishing you an “upbeet day”! I love how Tammy placed the Watering Can in the garden with the Stitched Root Veggies beets! So adorable!

The colors of Caly‘s Lovely Lily of the Valley flowers are so gorgeous, especially with the subtle color wash in the background! The lilies are so pretty and such a perfect way to send Mother’s Day love!

Grace paired Watering Can with Give It a Whirl to create a lovely slimline card! I love how she added cute garden friends from Gleeful Gardens and A Bug Deal! They look so adorable on the gardening tools in the Watering Can!

Intro Video

Now, I have a video to introduce Watering Can and Lovely Lily of the Valley! Then we will share beautiful inspiration while creating four cards. You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Watering Can and Lovely Lily of the Valley! 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 flower 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, Monday, March 18th 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!


296 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Watering Can & Lovely Lily of the Valley

  1. I love daffodils they are such a bright, sunny flower to see peeking out of the ground after a few months of a chilly winter. Tiger lily’s are also so stunning. 🌸

  2. My favorite flowers are the Iris and Lilacs. I would love to see those in future dies. You guys always do such an awesome job with dies 🙂

  3. My favorite flower is a dahlia – that is pretty open ended as there are so many varieties. I grow all kinds, but I do love a nice waterlily dahlia. Love the watering can … of course, everything else, too 🙂

  4. Oh I love so many flowers, but baby carnations are one of my favorites! Adore this set – so sweet!! Thank you !

  5. I love lily of the valley and lilacs. I also love to see the crocus pop thru because then we know winter in MI is about over.

  6. Tulips are my favorite flower but lilies of the valley remind me of my grandma since she always had them in her yard.

  7. My birthday is in May and I have always loved Lily of the Valley. I wanted it to grow profusely in my garden, so had planted the bulbs all over. Now every Spring, they bloom and the smell is just so amazing!

  8. I love them all! If I had to pick one, I’d say Peonies. Lily of the Valley remind me of my mom and they smell so good so they are up there too!

  9. Lily of the Valleys is one of my favorite flower, and the Lovely Lily Of The Valleys die set is going onto my wish list; my other favorite is Orchid. Thanks for all the beautiful inspirations!!

  10. My birthday month flower is the lily of the valley…so I love them! & I collect watering cans so I can’t wait for this release! Good job Lawn Fawn!

  11. There are so many beautiful spring flowers I can’t really pick just one. I love it in the spring when all my flowers start popping out of the ground. first the crocus, then daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, lily of the valley and don’t forget lilacs. I can’t pick just one.

  12. I love these two die sets: they’re so Spring/Summer. I think they’re really fun and can be used for a lot of diff occasions. My fave posies are tulips, because they’re not fussy flowers: they always seem perky and happy! Oooo. And freesias, because they’re light and delicate.

  13. I love sunflowers those are my favorite. Beautiful inspiration today, the Lilly of the valley is a beautiful flower.

  14. I planted daffodil bulbs in my garden when my youngest was born – and now, every year when they bloom, it’s a special reminder of her infancy. My favorite: daffodils!!

  15. As with most things I can never have just one favorite 😉 so my fave flowers are peonies, pansies, and sweet peas!

  16. Picking a favorite flower is so tough… I think I’ll pick fuchsia… although it’s a close race with Tulips, Freesia, and more

  17. My favorite flower is a sweet pea. It always has been and always will be. Especially since I have a sweet pea tattooed on my foot!

  18. I plant my favorite flower outside every year and it’s the Lantana with its cute little cluster of multi colored flowers.

  19. I have an Asian lily planted in front of my house that blooms every May with beautiful orange flowers!!!

  20. My favorite flower is the carnation. But the Lilies of the Valley‘s cards are calling my name. Many decades ago neighbor had so many lily-of-the-valley, and we would bring them home to our May altar for Mary.

  21. I love carnations. They last the longest of
    any of the cut flowers. They come in so
    many colors. Love the release.

  22. I love lilacs! For my 50th birthday my hubby was able to get some sent to me in April, in Florida! It made my day extra special!! e💜

  23. I really like iris flowers, in blues and purple hues best. Really nice cards again, the lily of the valley are gorgeous, love this die

  24. Roses! I have lovely memories of my grandmother’s beautiful rose garden and the fragrant flowers gracing her table.

  25. My favorite flower just happens to be Lily of the Valley. I love their scent. I truly wish that the period of time that they bloom was longer.

  26. My favorite flower is the hibiscus, but I do grow lily of the valley and always bring some into the house to make my room smell so good.

  27. Ironically enough given today’s feature, Lily of the Valley is my favorite flower. I wanted them as my wedding bouquet but was told they were too delicate. And we can’t grow them because they will take over anywhere they’re planted. But so pretty and I love the scent!

  28. The lilies of the valley are lovely, and that watering can die looks like it will be really useful, too.

    I love so many flowers! My favorite changes often, but right now I am especially loving gardenias because they are both beautiful and fragrant.

  29. My favorite flower? That is a very hard question. I love dahlias, they come in many colors and sizes and the blooms last a long time.

  30. We have a flowering maple that produces a flower that looks like a Japanese lantern. The hummingbirds love gathering around it.

  31. I really like tulips – they are so friendly and seem to be the first flowers that pop up after winter signifying spring is around the corner.

  32. Tulips are my favorite flower. The lily of the valley die brings back so many memories of my childhood home where they grew on the side of our house.

  33. Tough question…I love flowers, all of them I think. I guess my favorite would be sunflowers. A close second would be roses for the variety and beautiful scent.

  34. I’m a garden girl so honestly my fave flower is a bit fickle- I love what is blooming! These lily of the valley are AMAZING! Love all the inspiration with these sets!!

  35. I don’t know of many flowers I don’t love. I can think of 4 favorites just off the top of my head.
    I love Audrey’s daffodil & lily of the valley card.

  36. I love sweet violets! and daffodils, and roses, and daisies,and carnations, and hyacinths, and miniature dutch iris, and snowdrops, and …..

  37. My favorite flower, that is a tough question, too many to pick from!! But I always have to have geraniums and irises.

  38. My favorite flower is a gardenia. When we were growing up, we had thousands of Lilly of the valley along our house, they have a great smell too.

  39. Picking one favorite flower is really hard. Hydrangeas, Gerbera daisies, tulips, violets and I have always loved lily of the valley. Thank you so much.

  40. I really like wild flowers. I think lady slipper orchids are my very favorite. If I ever get the chance to see them in the spring they always make me smile!

  41. I love pansies! So many varieties of colours! I also love to grow African violets in memory of my late grandma, most of my plants are hers or from hers.

  42. I love so many flowers it is hard to pick just one. I do love Lily of the valley and I can’t wait to get the die! I would love to see more flower dies!

  43. I like violets probably because my mom collected violet everything. Actually any flower that is violet in color I love. These dies are great!

  44. My favorite flower is the sunflower!
    And dandelions! And daisies! And lilacs! The list could go on for hours….

  45. Already planning to make a welcome Spring card for a few friends. The watering can will be a nice addition

  46. Wow 175 comments. Don’t know if I can pick a favorite flower. I do love vinca’s they are a very hearty flower. Love the tulips that smell like Hawaiian punch! Love pink carnations. My daughter had daffodils as her wedding flowers and since the wedding I love daffodils! I love hyacinths, roses, geraniums, etc.

  47. I absolutely LOVE this Lily of the Valley die!! And the watering can is so cute too.
    I have always loved carnations… every time I would visit my grandparents in the country, one of the first things I would do when I arrived would be to walk around the gardens and check on the carnations. And whenever they would visit me, my grandma would bring me a little posey with carnations and pansies/violas (another favourite of mine).

  48. My favorite flowers include daffodils, tulips, sunflowers and hydrangeas. I love the new Lily of the Valley die and the amazing projects created by the design team.

  49. My favorite flower is really hard to pin down: either a rocket mix snapdragon (so tall… mine come to my hip) or cheerful daffodils or Guinevere Tulips. I love petunias, too… so many great colors. Pansies are good to get the ball rolling in the spring. I just planted pansies today!

    Great example cards and video!
    Lori S in PA

  50. My favorite flowers are pink roses 🌹 followed by pink hibiscus 🌺 cherry blossom 🌸

  51. Lilies of the Valley are my favorite flower….they grew outside my bedroom window when I was a little girl and I could smell them in the spring time. This die is a must have for me.

  52. My favorite flower is Lily of the valley . The beautiful flower is perfect . Add in the cute watering can. and it’s even better.

  53. Being from Hawaii, my favorite flower is White Ginger. We are blessed to have them growing in our yard- so fragrant!

  54. The watering can and flowers and garden stuff is so sweet. There are so many nice things in the release that it’s hard to choose.

  55. My favorite flower is Daisies they are just such happy flowers. I also like carnations because they last for a crazy long time 🙂

  56. Calla lillies, especially the orange and purple varieties. I have them on my front porch, they make me so happy.

  57. Irises, because I can grow those where I live, but I also adore Virginia Bluebells, but sadly, those do not grow here!

  58. This is another hard question – there are so many beautiful flowers and my favorite might change with the seasons. It’s snowdrops and magnolias in spring, hydrangeas in summer, sunflowers in fall and hellebores in winter. But I think, my all time/all season favorite is a daisy – just the simple white ones blooming in a whild meadow.

  59. My favorite flower is the beautiful Crepe Myrtle. I discovered these flowers when I moved to the South as an adult and LOVE them. So many pretty colors on big Crepe Myrtle bushes or trees.

    1. I love to see the purples of the Blue Flag Iris that grow wild in Florida. They remind me of the flowers my mom grew in the Midwest. Gorgeous!

  60. I love to see the purples of the Blue Flag Iris that grow wild in Florida. They remind me of the flowers my mom grew in the Midwest. Gorgeous!

  61. I think it is too hard to pick a favorite flower – there are so many! Purple roses are high on the list for me though.

  62. Lily of the Valley is actually my favorite flower. It always makes me think of being a little girl and picking them for my great grandma.

  63. I could never pick just one favorite flower… I think I’d have to say daisies because I named my dog Daisy! (:

  64. My favorite flowers is carnations and tulips. I would rather have a dozen carnations than roses. They smell amazing, last longer and come in many colors!

  65. This is such a pretty die. You don’t see this flower in dies or stamps often. My favorite flower is the ranunculus.

  66. I know someone whose favourite flower is the lily of the valley this would be such a cool thing to make a card! My favourite flower is the dhalia because when we had hamsters they would love to eat them and my grandpa had lots of them in all beautiful colors so I have fond memories of these flowers 🙂

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