Late & Great Update: Lawn Fawn

Megan Hoeppner, creative editor

It’s no secret many design trends in the scrapbooking world are inspired by the fashion industry. And while my post-pregnancy body doesn’t currently have me feeling confident enough to strut about in the latest spring runway styles, you bet I’m eager to let my patterned paper do all the runway struttin’ it wants to. So bring on the latest spring fashions! In this case, we’re focusing specifically on retro-inspired prints, which brings me to…

Daphne’s Closet!

Daphne's Closet Collection from Lawn Fawn

This paper line from Lawn Fawn takes its inspiration from ‘60s fashion, but it’s definitely got modern appeal.

The arrows are sure to strike a creative chord.

 

And this print feels like a party on some paper, with all of those triangles reminding me of confetti.

Lovin’ the Lawn? Take a look at the collection’s sticker sheets, which would look amazing as borders, accents, titles, and more!

Aaaaaa… Ooooo… Eeeee! The coordinating alpha will have you oohing and aahing (maybe even some eeee-ing) with its useful size and the many included vowels.

Ready to strut your spring stuff. Then rummage through Daphne’s Closet and see what new runway looks you can create for your upcoming spring events (Easter, gardening, parties, showers, and more).

Feeling Lucky?
Now’s your chance to win this collection? Simply leave a comment on this post between now and Monday, March 11 and you’ll be entered. Hey, we may even throw in a few gold coins for good measure.

Feeling lucky? Leave a comment for a chance to win these charming products. (Cereal not included.)

Speaking of luck, Congratulations to Sharon Jensen who is the lucky winner of last week’s Farmhouse Paper Company’s assorted goods!


Thanks to everyone for stopping by and leaving your comments. We definitely feel lucky to have friends like you!

Cheers!
Megan Hoeppner, creative editor

Important contest note: We apologize, but due to increased shipping costs Creating Keepsakes is no longer shipping prizes outside the US. But we definitely don’t want our international winners to walk away empty handed. If your shipping address is outside the US and your comment is selected, you’ll receive a one-year subscription to Creating Keepsakes magazine. If you’re an existing subscriber, your subscription will extend. Thank you for your understanding.
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