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Manatee Birthday by Victoria

Step 1: Taking your lawn fawn mermaid cardstock die cut a stitched rectangle with the largest of the lawn fawn rectangle dies.Once cut place in...

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Eggstra Amazing Easter by Cindy

I really love anything Easter! The spring colors, bunnies, and decorative baskets; I am there to get my hands on it. When I first laid...

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Hello Sunshine by Ashley

Instructions:Step One: Blend Squeezed Lemonade oxide ink out from the center of a piece of white cardstock using a blending brush. Then, blend some Fossilized...

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Hoppy Easter by Allison

Step 1: I first cut a piece of Lawn Fawn Moonstone card stock down to be a landscape A2 size (5.5” x 8.5”), this served...

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Easter Card by Mayra

Step 1: I chose the colors that I wanted to use for the reveal wheel front and I cut out all the pieces. I went...

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Smiling Flower Cards by Kay

These are so fun to make! Step 1: Use the largest stitched rectangle die to cut out your background piece from the Lawn Fawn Petite...

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You're Manatee-rific by Jamie

Step 1: Die cut a stitched rectangle panel from Neenah solar white cardstock, ink blended background panel, ink blended/ink splattered a trimmed piece of Neenah...

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Critter Birthday Card By Deneil

I had the inspiration for this card when I needed to make a quick card for some good friends that were visiting from out of...

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Welcome Little One by Nicole

Step 1: I went through my stash of Lawn Fawn stamp sets and picked the tiniest stamps to create my wreath. First, I drew a...

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Leprechaun St. Patrick's Day Card

Step 1: Stamp and color gnome, hat and shamrockStep 2: Die cut gnome, hat and shamrock using coordinating diesStep 3: Assemble Leprechaun. Note: the top...

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Happy St. Patrick's Day by Kris

Items Used: Lawn Fawn Paper Pack Knit Picky LF1529 Lawn Fawn Paper Pack Really Rainbow LF1655 Lawn Fawn Stamp My Lucky Charm LF842 Lawn Fawn...

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You're A Great Friend by Lori

"You're a great friend" stargazer card by Lori CollinsInstagram: @sweetcheekscraftsThis project makes an A2 (5.5” x 4.25”) sized card but you can adjust for other...

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Interactive Piñata Card by Mona

Hello crafty friends, it's Mona here, and today I am showing you how I made my interactive LawnFawn card.Step 1:I started the cardmaking with die-cutting...

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Howdy by Dana

These beautiful cards were created by Dana Kirby using our new Concord & 9th Products!!Blog: https://dkirbystamps.blogspot.comInstagram: @dkirbystamps (https://www.instagram.com/dkirbystamps/?hl=en)Scroll down for list of items used!Items Used:Concord...

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Birthday Wishes by Perla

Step 1: I have most of my white card bases trimmed down and scored ready to go. That’s one step that I’m glad I make...

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Thinking of You By Kathy

Step 1: I first layered a pattern design from Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Spring Paper Pad onto the card base. I then hand cut ‘hills’...

Many Thanks Owl Card By Jessica

Step 1: Open notecard flat on the cutting plate. Use the third smallest circle from Circle Stackables to cut the window. Place the circle die...

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Critter Concert Card by Ginger

Step 1: Score the 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 dark pink cardstock at 4-1/4 to create a side fold A2 size card.Step 2: Trim a piece of...

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Ocean Friends Box Pop-Up Card by Susan

Step 1: Cut 2 pieces of the box card body using turquoise card stock.Step 2: Cut 4 pieces of the side panels using kraft card...

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Scrap to Treasure by Lena

Instructions:Over the years creating cards, I've saved many beautiful pieces of scrap paper that I didn't want to throw away. The Spellbinders Borderabilities dies helped...

Floral Thanks Card by Steph

Step 1: Stamp image on white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black InkColor image with Copic Sketch MarkersDie cut stamped panel using Lawn Fawn diesStep 2:...

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