Friday, July 19, 2013

More Lawn Fawn CHA Previews

Hi Friends

I hope you’ve had a great week.  I’m excited to share with you some more previews from the Lawn Fawn upcoming release. These products will be featured at the summer CHA that is next week!

This card features a new mini set, “Trick or Treat,”

I made this little card which also uses the Circle Stackables)DSC_0090

Next up, “Our Friendship Grows:”

I decided to make a little bouquet that uses a tag from another soon to be released set. 


Thanks for stopping by today. Are you as excited about this release as I am? I think you are just going to love them!

Hugs and blessings


Monday, July 15, 2013

Lawn Fawn CHA previews

Hi Friends

Isn’t it funny that I’ve gone so long without posting, and now I have two posts in one day? Ha! There’s a lot going on in the blog world today, and I am hoping to get back into regular blogging. I’ve missed it but the time off was needed.

Lawn Fawn is prepping for CHA, and the design team is helping to get ready by presenting some projects this week to highlight some of the new sets that will be released.

Today I’m featuring a couple of projects:


(Critters in Disguise… I used several of the images. They are too cute to leave out!)


Using new sets Woodgrain Backdrops, Happy Feast and some new sequins.

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for more information on the new stuff to be released by Lawn Fawn!

Thanks for stopping by. 

Lawnscaping Challenge #62


Hi Friends

It’s time for a new Lawnscaping Challenge. This one features paper-piecing.  This is one of my favorite techniques, so I love this challenge. 

Our sponsor is Lawn Fawn, so the winner will get their choice of a Lawn Fawn set of stamps.

Here’s what I came up with:

jar paper piecing

I used Summertime Charm and Pink Lemonade Papers.  It’s pretty bright, but hopefully it would bring a smile to the recipient’s face.


Thursday, July 11, 2013

Lawn Fawn+May Arts

Hi Friends

I hope you are well.  The blog has been super quiet, my break has gone on a bit longer than I had originally planned.

My mom was in the hospital with pneumonia, so I was spending time with her. I’m very happy to say she’s home and recovering. She’s doing much better.  I am very grateful for this, we were all a bit scared.

Well, onto today’s project… Lawn Fawn and May Arts are partnering for a collaboration this week. Today is my turn to share a project. I went with a clean and simple design (which seems to be my go-to as of late).


I just love this chevron ribbon.  I used the Lawn Fawn stamp set, So Much to Say with the ribbon. Any sentiment could work here (I’m always in need of birthday cards, so this will be nice to have on hand when I need one).

Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn Blog and May Arts

Thanks for visiting. Hugs and blessings