A Snowy Snow Globe Shaker with our Guest Designer, Isha!

Isha created a super cute shaker card using Ready Set Snow to inspire you for our What’s the Weather challenge!

We hope you will join the challenge! It will be open until Sunday, February 14th at 11:59PM ET.

Let’s let Isha tell us how she created her snowy shaker card!

I am so excited to be here on the blog today as a guest. Thank you so much Lawn Fawn for having me here.

I started by creating the background by stamping the snow stamp with Clear Embossing ink, sprinkle white embossing powder and heat set. Blend Abandoned Coral and Worn Lipstick Distress inks to create an ombrè look. Stamp the snowflake using Worn Lipstick ink using 1st and 2nd generation stamping technique, creating the variation in color. Finish by splattering some white and silver paint.

Stamp the Ready Set Snow snow globe onto the pattern paper using clear ink, heat emboss using white embossing powder. Cut the inside of the globe to create a window. (Note: you could die cut the snow globe using the Ready Set Snow Shaker Add-On die to create the window.)

Stamp the trees using various inks and die-cut using the coordinating dies. Die-cut the snowy backdrop pattern paper (from Snow Day Remix 6×6) using the snow globe die. Adhere 2 small white hills and adhere the trees. Adhere acetate behind the snow globe and create the shaker.

Stamp the snowman, color and die-cut. Stamp the sentiment and assemble the card together.

Thank you for dropping by! Isha

Big hugs and thanks to Isha for inspiring us with her wonderfully creative weather-themed projects! It has been wonderful having you join us for this challenge!


Happy crafting!

Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 65 – Fun with Dies!

We have a great new challenge for you! Let’s have fun with dies! For this challenge make Lawn Cuts die sets the focus of your design! Now is the time to use interactive die sets, shapes, bags, boxes, etc! Build scenes, add custom die cut greetings, create a set of shaped tags, the possibilities are endless!

We would love for you to share your die focused creativity by linking up your crafty projects at the end of this post! Your project should feature Lawn Fawn stamps, dies and papers. This challenge will run for 2 weeks and be open until Sunday, December 1st at 11:59PM ET.

For each challenge, we will randomly select an entry 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!

Now, here’s some awesome inspiration to get you started!

Jessica‘s gorgeous holiday card features Happy Mail, Mini Wreath and Stitched Snowflakes!

Christy built cute little Christmas scenes using Peekaboo Backdrop and images from Ho-Ho-Holidays, Christmas Dreams, Holiday Helpers and Toboggan Together!

Karin‘s beautiful alcohol inked background is set off behind an Outside In Stitched Heart! Her lovely design includes Scripty Love and a Fancy Wavy Banner with a sentiment from Wavy Sayings!

I love how Samantha incorporated the Ready Set Snow Shaker Add-On in her beautiful Frosty Fairy Friends design!

Caly‘s brilliant design combines two interactive elements with Flippin’ Awesome and Slide on Over! She filled the flip panels with our Village sets!

Samantha carried her adorable Shadow Box Card scene featuring Holiday Helpers all around the outside of the box!

Franci got really clever and used the A Little Sparkle coordinating die to create an adorable little key chain! She stacked together two layers of cardstock around two layers of craft foam! To make the key chain more sturdy you can laminate the cardstock layers!

Joyce combined the cute penguins from Toboggan Together, Snow Cool and Here We Go A-Waddling to create a very merry Flippin’ Awesome card!

We will share Design Team inspiration for you over the next 2 weeks and we’ll announce our Featured Fawnatics and random winner for Challenge 64 tomorrow!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

Franci’s Snowglobe Ornament Cards

Hello there! Franci here with you today with a couple of fun holiday projects inspired by the current challenge Winter Holidays challenge!

It’s been a magical year at Lawn Fawnatics for me and I can’t wait for all the new adventures and happiness 2019 will bring! So for today I thought it would have been fun going back to 2017 when I first made a project for Lawn Fawnatics as a guest! Did you remember my mini snowglobe cards?! I love them so much! I was inspired by them to create these new cards…

I called them cards/ornaments because the little snowglobes actually come off the cards pretty easily so you can add them to the Christmas tree as little paper decors!

To make these I used a lots of Lawn Fawn products! First, I love the Really Rainbow Christmas paper! I die cut my snowglobe out of these beautiful holiday-patterned papers and die cut all the other elements from the Ready, Set, Snow Shaker Add-On set from white cardstock. I colored the snowy sky with some Distress Ink blue shades and then I stamped, colored and die cut all the critters. I also used some Lawn fawn inks for the little mistletoe and the pretty bows with Jalapeno and Guava colors. I glued everything together and added some details with white gel pen.

These cute hedgehogs from the Hedgehugs set are so cute and the seals from Sealed with a Kiss are the perfect Christmas couple!! I kept my card bases pretty simple but I decorated them with some Red Sparkle twine and 2 strips of another patterned paper that matches well my colors, always from Really Rainbow Christmas.

Hope you like my festive projects and thank you so much for stopping by today!
Have a lovely day,

The Winter Holiday challenge will be open until 11:59Pm ET on Sunday, December 16th. We hope you will join us!

Happy crafting from your friends at Lawn Fawnatics!