Featured Fawny Friday {12.20.19}

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Welcome to another Featured Fawny Friday! We 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 or add them to our Flickr group, you just may find yourself featured on the Lawn Fawn blog!

by Ellen
using How You Bean?, How You Bean? Christmas Cookie Add-On, Quilted Backdrop, Yeti or Not

by Ildi
using Sweet Christmas, Scripty Sweet, Joy to the Woods

by Anja
using Ho-Ho-Holidays, Rooftop Border, Merry Christmas Border

by Heather
using Screen Time, Tiny Christmas, Critters in the Forest

by Kristin
using Woodland Critter Huggers, Woodland Critter Huggers Winter Add-On, Lawn Fawn cardstock

by Kristine
using Gift Box, Winter Tiny Tags, Sparkle Cardstock, Mini Snowflakes

by Samantha
using Home for the Holidays, Stitched Mountain Borders, Winter Skies

by Ulrika
using Tiny Christmas, Foursquare Backdrop: Portrait, Cole’s ABCs

Thank you all for sharing your wonderful talent with us! You guys are the best! We will be looking for your Lawn Fawn projects at our Flickr group, and on Instagram, be sure to use #lawnfawn!

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Lynette’s Snow Day Remix Gift Tags

Lynette used the pretty gift tags found in the Snow Day Remix 6×6 paper pad to make a bunch of quick and easy gift tags!

Lynette used layers of Snow Day Remix papers along with Chili Pepper, Noble Fir, Pixie Dust and White cardstock to create these simply beautiful gift tags! She added stamped sentiments and images from Tiny Tag Sayings and Say What? Christmas Critters to the tags along with Winter Tiny Tags and tiny bows from Put a Bow On It! She tied them all up with Peppermint cord!

Thank you so much for sharing these simply beautiful tags with us today, Lynette!

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Lynette’s Coordinating Ornament and Gift Box Set!

Lynette shares a super fun and clever gift idea today! She created an adorable Oh What Fun ornament for a friend then she put her problem-solving skills to work figuring out how to make it fit in our Gift Box!

This totally charming tree ornament features Oh What Fun, Mini Snowflakes and Forest Border. Lynette used an Outside in Stitched Circle Stackable as the base of the ornament then she added a Stitched Scalloped Circle Frame in Blue Jay cardstock. To finish this cute design, Lynette added a Put a Bow On It bow in Chili Pepper cardstock.

To keep the ornament in place and prevent it from being damaged, Lynette cut a square of thick fun foam and attached it to the bottom of the box. She used non-permanent, removable adhesive on the top of the foam to temporarily secure the ornament in the box. Lynette used the smallest Slide On Over die to cut an opening in each side of the the Gift Box bottom so the ornament could extend beyond the sides of the box! Then to make sure the box top would fit, she trimmed 1/4″ from all the flaps before folding and assembling to top so it won’t hit the ornament inside!

Such a cute way to present an ornament gift!

To decorate the Gift Box, Lynette layered Mermaid cardstock with Really Rainbow Christmas paper for a simple “wrapped” look. Her snowflake gift tag is a Winter Tiny Tag cut from silver glitter cardstock from the Holiday Sparkle pack tied on the package with Peppermint cord! The sweet greeting from Say What? Christmas Critters in stamped on a circle shape from the Large Dotted Circle Stackables set.

Thanks so much, Lynette for sharing your adorable ornament and clever gift packaging idea today!

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