Lawn Fawn: Inspiring Stamping Projects!

Kelly Marie Alvarez, Lawn Fawn

Hi everyone! Kelly Marie here with Lawn Fawn. We have some cute stamping projects today created by some of the Lawn Fawn design team members! Don’t put away your holiday stamps just yet! Winter cards and scrapbook layouts are still totally appropriate and a great way to  use the adorable Making Frosty Friends snowmen!

Making Frosty Friends stamp set

 

 

 

 

Yainea Nuñez used these additional stamp sets to complete her card: Let it Snow, Sweet Christmas, and Frosties.

Let it Snow stamp set

 

 

 

 

Sweet Christmas stamp set

 

 

 

 

Frosties stamp set

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These fun winter stamp sets are available now!

 

 

 

 

 

I just love how Yainea used acetate to create a scene with dimension on her card below!

Latisha Yoast put together a sweet Valentine’s Day ensemble. I love how much she was able to get out of our Bee Mine mini stamp set.

Bee Mine stamp set

She also sneak peeked some of our new CHA paper (Pink Lemonade), shipping mid to late February

Pink Lemonade collection kit

and Lemon hemp cord, shipping mid to late February!

Lemon Hemp cord

Make sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for inspiration every day!

Have a great day,

Kelly

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4 Responses to Lawn Fawn: Inspiring Stamping Projects!

  1. Sandra ltb says:

    SO CUTE!
    Sandra ltb

  2. chark says:

    stinkin’ cute! all of them!

  3. Valerie says:

    Love them both!!!!!

  4. Chitra says:

    Love love Lawn Fawn… I have just got my first stamps from Lawn Fawn and I am already dreaming when I will get my hands on all my favourite’s…

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