Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 48 – Inspired by a Book, Movie or Song!

Hello friends! We are so excited about this new challenge, we hope you are too! We would love to see your cards, layouts and crafty projects that are inspired by your favorite movie, book, song, musical, TV show, comic strip, etc! Your projects should feature Lawn Fawn stamps, dies and papers. This challenge will be open until Sunday, March 17 at 11:59PM ET.

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’ll keep the rules to just a few!

We are happy to welcome Davina Cantrell as our amazing Guest Designer for this challenge! You know and love her as popsiclesticks on Instagram! Her brilliant cards are frequently inspired by movies, especially Disney and Harry Potter! Wait till you see what she has created for this challenge!

For her featured card, Davina created a tall 8.5″ x 3.5″ card! It really works for this amazing Peter Pan inspired card! She combined so many different sets then used them so creatively to tell this story!

For Peter, she used the boy from Bicycle Built for You and Tinkerbell is a tiny fairy from our Thanksgiving free gift set, A Little Sparkle! To create Skull Rock, Davina started with the speech bubble from Love Letters and added the ghostly eyes and nose with Copic markers. Then she layered the hills from Ahoy Matey in front to finish the pirate lair!

To create the scene, Davina also used Mermaid for You, Wild for You, Toadally Awesome, Ahoy Matey, Meadow Borders, Ocean Wave Borders and Stitched Wave Borders!

Now let’s check out the fantastic inspiration by our Design Team!

Can you guess Jessica‘s inspiration for this amazing Shadow Box Card? To make this scene from Ratatouille come to life she used a whole bunch of sets in totally clever ways! Be sure to click on her name to visit her blog for a full list of all the products she used and more photos of this fun 3D card!

Grace found all the characters for her delightful Winnie the Pooh scene in our sets, Critter Concert, Bicycle Built for You and Hay There! I think it’s so fun that she used Puffy Cloud Borders to make the treetops!

Christy created a lovely scene using Baked with Love to depict her favorite book, The School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister!

Karin created a friendly version of the shark from Jaws! It’s hard to believe our cute Duh-nuh critter could be the ruthless shark depicted in the movie; he’s a kinder, gentler version!

Ahoy Matey was used by Franci to create this clean and simple design inspired by the Pirates of the Caribbean films! I love how she used a scoring board to add the embossed lines to add interest by framing her cute vignettes!

Samantha‘s beautiful birthday card takes inspiration from The Lion King! The Critters on the Savanna set has the regal lion while the custom sentiment is stamped with Harold’s ABCs! That background is all sorts of awesome!

Joyce‘s La La Land inspired card is totally charming! She used Village Border and the streetlamp from Here We Go A-Waddling to set the scene for the characters from Bicycle Built for You! The song title was added with the help of Violet’s ABCs.

Samantha C used our new RAWRSOME set with some help from Critters from the Past to bring her Land Before Time inspiration to life! How amazing is her prehistoric looking background?!

We will have Design Team inspiration for you over the next 2 weeks and of course we’ll share our Featured Fawnatics and random winner for Challenge 47 tomorrow!

33 thoughts on “Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 48 – Inspired by a Book, Movie or Song!

  1. Oh wow! This is such a cool and interesting challenge! And I just love all the DT cards – just incredible!

  2. How fun! The Pooh Bear and Willy Wonka are such great uses of the stamps from other sets… makes me think I should put all of my stamps out and start thinking!

  3. I can’t get over the amount of talent and creativity that has gone into these wonderful projects! There is not a card here that isn’t amazing! Thank you everyone for sharing your wonderful projects!!

  4. This challenge has been soooo much fun. And what great talent both in the design team but also among the entries. @popsicklesticks has set the bar high, what great cards!!

  5. I always love looking at submitted cards each week, but I have to say, this is the best gallery ever! Everyone has been so clever and creative! You have to bring this challenge again at some point – there is so much more to be inspired by it!

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