Lawn Fawn Video {8.27.20} A New Mice Family Adventure with Marine

Our Fall/Winter 2020 Release is just around the corner and we can hardly wait to share all the awesome new goodies we have been working on! Any guesses for Sneak Peek #2?

Hello Fawny Friends! Marine is back today with another cute and clever adventure with the Dandy Day mice family! Today they are visiting the bug exhibit with the help of Build-An-Aquarium! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

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Marine’s fun slimline scene follows the cute mice family at the bug exhibit! The ants from Crazy Antics, and the butterfly and ladybugs from A Bug Deal and Bugs and Kisses are so bright and happy!

Which way will the mice go next? Marine used the arrow from Open Me and Harold’s ABCs to show the way to the other exhibits!

The Build-An-Aquarium die set is the perfect stand in for the bug terrarium exhibits!



Thank you for sharing this super cute and clever design with us today, Marine! I just love this series of adventures with our cute mice!

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Lawn Fawn Video {8.22.20} A Fun Finding Dory-Inspired Card with Jessica

Happy Saturday friends! I hope your weekend is off to a creative start! Today Jessica joins us to share an adorable card inspired by Finding Dory! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

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This adorable card depicts a scene in the movie Finding Dory! Jessica set the stage using the Brick Stencil and Build-An-Aquarium. The Ocean Shell-fie octopus makes a great stand-in for Hank and little Dory is from Fintastic Friends!

Thank you so much for this adorable inspiration, Jess!

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Ivy’s Succulent Terrarium

Happy Sunday friends! Today Ivy joins us to share a beautiful card using Build-An-Aquarium in a totally clever way!

Ivy altered the height of the Build-An-Aquarium to create a shorter terrarium. She used Gold Rush cardstock to die cut the terrarium and to cut four legs. She backed the terrarium with acetate to give it a realistic look!

Ivy used the succulent border from Simply Celebrate Summer to fill the terrarium! She colored the plants with colored pencils giving them lots of beautiful details! To finish this simply wonderful design, Ivy added a birthday greeting from Wavy Sayings on a Simple Wavy Banner!

Thanks so much, Ivy for sharing this fun and totally cool way to use the Build-An-Aquarium set!

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