We are buzzing with excitement!! Our May Mini Release will be available on May 18th! Until then we will introduce all the awesome new products with Intro videos (with premieres), Design Team inspiration and daily giveaways starting on May 10! We hope you will fly on over for all the release week fun! (For a little sneak peek, check out this video!)
Happy Monday friends! Today Franci joins us to share another sweet card design! She combined old with new to create an adorable card to welcome a new baby!
Hello friends! It’s time for another Featured Fawny Friday! We found some beautifully creative cards to inspire you! Thank you all so much for sharing your talent and creativity with us!
We always love seeing all of your amazing cards and crafty projects on Instagram and Flickr! And we can’t wait to share them! So, if you use #lawnfawn on your projects at Instagram, enter a Lawn Fawnatics challenge, or add them to our Flickr group, you just may find yourself featured on the Lawn Fawn blog!
Thank you so much to everyone for sharing your wonderful talent with us. You guys are the best! Of course, we will be looking for your Lawn Fawn projects at our Flickr group, at Lawn Fawnatics and on Instagram (be sure to use #lawnfawn). We can’t wait to see more of your awesome creativity!
Join us TODAY, April 11th, 2023 at 4:30PM PT / 7:30PM ET on YouTube Live! Craft along with Jenn and Kelly, you’ll find all the details HERE. We can’t wait, see you then!
Marine is back to share another fabulous card creation! This time she created an extended scene card using the Shutter Card die set and cute elephants! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.
Thank you so much for watching!
Marine used our Shutter Card die to create a super-sized gate-fold scene. She decorated the band for the folded card with a cute Fly High hot air balloon and a smiling elephant. It’s a little hint to what’s inside!
Marine modified the Shutter Card by not using shutter mechanism. She simply used the frame to create a larger area for her scene with scored lines for the gatefold. Then Marine stenciled the background with hillside, grassy hillside and cloudy slimline stencils. Her inky splatters on the background always add a bit of magic to her scenes.