Elena’s Festive Elf Party!

Elena is back with another brilliant party idea to inspire you! Today she shares a super cute Elf Party! Read to the end to see how she created the amazing elf banner!

Our sweet Holiday Helpers elves are decked out in festive red and green for simple cupcake toppers!

The jolly old elf himself makes an appearance on the chocolate candy pops!

Elena’s brilliant elf banner is the star of the party! She used Stitched Party Banners and Peppermint cord as the base for the banner.

The sweet smiley face from our new Let’s Toast stamp set is the perfect size to give the cute little elves some character!

Here’s a little diagram to show how she put together the adorable elf faces! She started with the Woodland Critter Huggers tummy die (in the lower left corner) as the shape of the face. Then she used the small tail die to add the cute elf ears and hair. The die for the critter feet is used to add shoulders to the elf. Then Elena added the fun Santa hat from Woodland Critter Huggers Winter Add-On to finish the look! She kept the colors simple, using cardstock in Vanilla Malt, Ground Coffee, Noble Fir and Chili Pepper.

Thank you so much for sharing this super fun party inspiration with us today, Elena! That clever elf banner is amazing!

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We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week 2018 {Day 4}

Hello everyone! Welcome to our special Fawny Holiday Week! This week is all about getting ideas for the upcoming Holidays! We have fun ideas, giveaways and videos! (Make sure to comment for a chance to win a stamp set and coordinating dies of your choice and a Knit Picky Fall 6×6 pad!)

We will be featuring Lawn Fawn Holiday products this week, both old and new! Woohoo! And, we also have team members (Fawnies) from Lawn Fawn Headquarters and our Lawn Fawnatics Design Team joining us for extra inspiration! I can’t wait to show you all of these gorgeous projects!

Chari has a lovely Christmas card to share today along with a video tutorial! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at YouTube channel.

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I love how Chari used our Mini Wreath to take the place of the O in Joy! The glitter from Sparkle Holiday cardstock gives this simple card design a festive look! Chari also used Louie’s ABCs, Harold’s ABCs, Fancy Folded Banners and Woodgrain cardstock!

Franci used our Winter Otter mini set along with Finley’s ABCs to make a soft and sweet Reveal Wheel card! She used the berry branches from Frosty Fairy Friends to add some detail to the design!

The greetings are found in our Reveal Wheel Holiday Sentiments stamp set!

How sweet is this Winter Otter on a key chain? Franci attached the little critter cutie with a coordinating piece of ribbon! This is such a fun gift idea!

Elena created an adorable winter wonderland by combining lots of our holiday sets on a Peekaboo Backdrop! She used the speech bubble and “cool” sentiment found in Say What? Christmas Critters!

Ivy‘s whimsical Christmas design is perfect for those of us who live in warmer climates! I know people who add Christmas lights to their cactus plants! Ivy die cut the large cactus in Stuck on You along with the Merry Christmas Line Border from green glitter paper from the Sparkle Holiday pack! She used the pot from Little Flowers and lights from Cheery Christmas then framed her fun little vignette with a Stitched Oval Stackable and panels of Really Rainbow Christmas papers!

Samantha‘s super cute and clever gingerbread house starts with a Scalloped Treat Box cut from Paper Bag cardstock! It’s embellished using Scalloped Treat Box Winter House Add-On and images from Sweet Christmas to make a super adorable way to give a gift card!

Winter Otter looks right at home in Samantha M‘s beautiful pastel waves! Her clean and simple card is so striking with the touches of black and white from the stripes and the white embossed sentiment on black cardstock!

Kristin crafted a brilliant banner to decorate a wall or to give as a gift! She started with Stitched Party Banners then spelled out the title of a favorite Christmas carol with Louie’s ABCs! She added Stitched Mountain Borders to create the landscape for scenes depicting the first Christmas!

There’s a shepherd from Bicycle Built for You and a sheep and other cute critters from Hay There!

The sweet fairy from Fairy Friends stands in as an angel!

And our cute little gnome from Gnome Sweet Gnome is cast in the role of all three wise men with an assist by the crown from Hats Off to You!

Debbie is back today with another adorable gift packaging idea! This time she used our Pillow Box die with the cute Say What? Christmas Critters penguin framed with the Mini Picture Frame!

Joyce‘s card makes me smile with all the cheerful farm critters from Hay There! She added festive holiday accents with gift boxes and Santa hats from Toboggan Together!

Karolina used our Woodland Critter Huggers with the Winter Add-On to make fun penguins to add to a pair of super cute cards! The Holiday Sparkle cardstock adds lots of glittery fun to the accessories and the layered Mini Snowflakes!

I hope you have enjoyed this fun look at some of our Holiday sets. Tomorrow we have another fun Fawny Holiday celebration! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment sharing a favorite holiday activity by November 17th at 10:00pm EST, and we will randomly pick one winner for a stamp set with coordinating dies of their choice and a Knit Picky Fall 6×6 Petite Paper pad! Post about our Fawny Holiday Week on social media and leave another comment for another chance to win!

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Friday November 16th as close out this amazing Fawny Holiday Week with more festive projects! We hope you guys love this week!

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A Clever 40th Birthday Celebration with Elena!

Join us this Wednesday for our Big Giveaway Post and the start of another amazing Inspiration Week! We will be showcasing more of our Fall/Winter Release with awesome Design Team samples, Intro Videos and lots of giveaways! We can’t wait!

Elena shares a clever and creative party idea for a 40th birthday celebration! A fun color combo of black, white, kraft and gold along with simple to make decor this is a perfect way to celebrate the guy in your life!

I love the pair of frames with photos of the guest of honor hanging on clothespins! They look great flanking the dessert buffet!

Elena die cut Stitched Party Banners from White, Black Licorice and Kraft craft cardstock and a fun black and white gingham paper to make the festive banner!

The yummy cupcakes get dressed up for the party with our Stitched Scalloped Cupcake Wrapper and toppers made with Everyday Sentiment Banners and Extra Sentiment Banners!

The dessert table cards leave no doubt about the identity of the birthday boy! Elena layered 2 sizes of Stitched Square Stackables, one with the gingham pattern and one with a photo-shopped image of the guest of honor! She added a party hat from Hang in There and a speech bubble from A Birdie Told Me with a computer generated label.

The chocolate cake with Oreo frosting takes center stage on the dessert table!

Those S’mores Cookies look so yummy! The gingham pattern on the plate carries on the color theme!

This party looks like so much fun with so many delicious desserts and awesome DIY decorations! Thank you so much for sharing your hubby’s birthday party with us Elena!

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