Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 5 – Spring Inspiration Board

Are you ready for another Lawn Fawnatics Challenge? This time we have an inspiration board that will hopefully give you some creative ideas!

For each challenge, we will randomly select a winner to receive a $25.00 gift certificate to the Lawn Fawn shop! We will also be highlighting a few of your fabulous projects at the close of each challenge! By linking your projects to our challenges you will give permission for us to post your work to this blog and our social media sites. Check out the How to Play page for a few guidelines to play along. We want this to be FUN so we will keep the rules few!

Our awesome Design Team used the spring inspiration board that Jenn created and designed some fabulous cards!

Christy combined the kitties from Bicycle Built for You and Meow You Doin’ to create this rainbow filled spring scene
Jenn has her kitty, Mister Harley looking pretty cozy on top of a banner from Bannertastic and some flowers from Fab Flowers
Jessica used Meow You Doin to create a cute siamese kitty peeking at us through the wonderful window. How clever how she colored the window to look like wood!
Karin used Bicycle Built For You to create this fun friendship greeting! Love her inky background!
Kate used Meow You Doin’ and Fab Flowers on her card. Looks like this kitty is sleeping in a bed of flowers!
Nancy created a fun spring scene using Leafy Tree Backdrop Portrait, Meadow Border and Bicycle Built For You. The bright colors are sure to bring someone cheer!
Samantha C combined a lot of sets for her thank you card. Bicycle Built For You, Fairy Friends, Critters In The Forest, Gleeful Gardens, Scripty Thanks and Simple Puffy Cloud Frames
Samantha M is showcasing Meow You Doin and Small Stitched Leaves on this playful card!

There are so many ways to interpret this mood board and we can’t wait to see what you create!

A Little Inspiration by Samantha!

Samantha C. joins us today with some super clever inspiration!

Hey everyone, Samantha here with a clean and simple card that is inspired by the current Black/White & Bright Challenge! 

The sloth from the Hang in There stamp set was the perfect animal to hang off of the Scripty Hello die cut. This sloth would be an adorable addition to any of the Lawn Fawn Scripty die cut sayings! I layered my pieces on polka dot embossed white cardstock, and added a strip of paper from Let’s Polka in the Meadow to the bottom of card for additional pattern.

There is still time to enter your project for the Black/White & Bright Challenge! Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you have a wonderful day!


A Black, White + Bright Year Seven Card by Kate!

Kate joins us today to share her fabulous clean and simple Year Seven card!

Hello. Its Kate here today and I have made a clean and simple card inspired by the current black white and bright challenge. The challenge is open until Sunday May 14th.

  • I made my white card base then splashed some black ink spray directly to it then set that aside to dry.
  • The piñata from Year Seven stamp set was stamped in black archival ink on water color card. 
  • I used Zig Clean Color brush pens to water color the image, then used the coordinating die to cut out the image.
  • The sentiment comes from Happy Happy Happy stamp set.
  • Before adding the main image I stamped some sweets.
  • The image was added using foam squares.
  • Being a clean and simple card I used little touches to add more details like glitter pen on the main image and the sweets along with some glossy accents on the sweets.

Thank you so much for sharing with us today, Kate!

We hope to see your Black, White + Bright cards and projects in the challenge gallery!

Have a wonderful day and happy crafting!