Lawn Fawn Video {4.4.17} Beautiful Night Sky Card by Lizzy

Lizzy joins us today to share a video tutorial for a gorgeous pop-up night sky card! You can watch the video here or at our YouTube channel.

 Thanks so much for watching!

Lizzy’s beautiful “northern lights” backdrop is breath-taking! Little Town Hillside Pop-up die cut from Black Licorice cardstock creates a dramatic silhouette look!
Thank you for sharing another wonderfully creative card and video with us, Lizzy!
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Now we have our Lawn Fawn + Xyron Hop Week winner of a $25.00 Lawn Fawn gift certificate and a Xyron Mega Runner!!
We randomly chose day 3 and then comment 47!
Congratulations to Nora N!

Please send an email to us at fawnies(at)lawnfawn(dot)com with Xyron Week Winner in the subject line.
Big hugs and thanks to everyone who left comments last week!

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Pretty Patterned Sky by Audrey

Audrey created this totally charming card for the current Lawnscaping Challenge. We think it’s amazing! Visit Lawnscaping Challenges blog to learn more about the new “Patterned Palooza” challenge!

I love the beautiful color combination and how Audrey coordinated the patterned papers! She used Sun and Moon, Puffy Star Stackables, Simple Puffy Clouds and Simple Puffy Cloud Frames to create this cute sky! The sentiment is from the Lucky Stars stamp set.

Thanks so much, Audrey!

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Lawn Fawn Video {7.26.16} A Starry Shaker Card by Yainea

Yainea has a new video tutorial to share with you today! She shows us how to use the Fuse Tool to make Puffy Star shaped shakers for her sweet congrats card! You can watch the video here or at our YouTube channel.


Thank you so much for watching!

The sentiment from Big Scripty Words looks awesome white-embossed on Blue Jay cardstock!

Thank you for sharing this beautiful card with us today, Yainea! I can’t wait to try this fun shaker technique!

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