Lawn Fawn: Thanks a Bushel



Hello friends!
As children all over the US head back to school, I decided to make a fun teachers gift.  Using the new stamp set and dies called Thanks a Bushel from Lawn Fawn, I made this plain muslin bag into something cute.


I'm not sure where I bought these plain muslin bags, but if I had to guess, probably a $1 section at a store.  With black ink, I stamped the apples and basket of apples onto the bottom of the bag.  I made sure that each time I stamped that there was plenty of ink on the stamp and that I applied firm even pressure.  I then colored in the images with copic markers.  Since these markers bleed, I had to lightly color near the edges.  I stamped the hearts in a red ink.  I die cut the tag from red felt and die cut a circle using burlap.  Using the same circle die, I die cut a white circle, trimmed it down and stamped a sentiment.

For more great project using this set, as well as a chance to win some fabulous product, head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog.

Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Thanks a Bushel stamp and dies
Lawn Fawn stitched tag
Lawn Fawn circle die
copic markers
Lawn Fawn lobster ink
red felt
burlap
muslin bag

Lawn Fawn: Perfectly Fall Plaid



Hello friends!  Today I am sharing another treat bag, using the Scalloped Treat bag die and Stitched tree border dies from Lawn Fawn.  If you head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog, the focus today is the Perfectly Plaid Fall pattern paper, as well as new card stock and ink (like storm cloud...its a dark grey).




Yesterday I talked about how easy is it is to create this treat bag.  Today I die cut the Stitched trees die and adhered it to the front of the bag using foam adhesive, it just gives the bag that little extra touch.  I didn't add a tag, but adding a stamped sentiment onto the twine would be super cute!

Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Scalloped treat bag die
Lawn Fawn Stitched Tree border die
Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Fall pattern paper
Lawn Fawn twine

Lawn Fawn: Scalloped Treat Bag & Bows



Hello friends, I am back today sharing a treat bag.  Lawn Fawn has another die that when die cut twice, creates a scalloped treat bag.  The score lines are created when you die cut it, so all you have to do is fold along the lines, add adhesive and adhere together.  There is a great video that explains how to use the die over on the Lawn Fawn youtube channel, and on the blog.  Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, to see all of the wonderful projects using todays featured products.  The Bow die, is also new this month, there are three different sized bows.



I used the Perfectly Plaid Fall 12x12 pattern paper to create this bag, as well as the bow.  Each bag you need to die cut twice, so you can get 4 bag diecuts to make 2 treat bags from a single sheet of 12x12 paper.  The Halloween image and sentiment are from the Plan On It: Holidays stamp set.



Lawn Fawn: Happy Howloween



How cute would it be to make cute little treat bags (like this) for your friends who have dogs?! Like put little doggy treats inside the bag. So cute!  I created this using a new stamp set from Lawn Fawn called Happy Howloween, featuring some really cute dog images and dog centric sentiments.  There are even little Halloween outfits to dress up the pups.  So stinking cute!

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, for a chance to win this stamp set with coordinating dies, as well as seeing some great projects!




Materials Used:
kraft bag
Lawn Fawn Candy Corn Trimmings
Lawn Fawn Happy Howloween stamps & dies
Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Fall 6x6 pad
Lawn Fawn Stitched circle tag
Lawn Fawn cross stitch circle die
black ink
copic markers

Lawn Fawn: Jump For Joy & Leafy Tree Backdrop

Hello there!
I have had one busy summer!  I will save that for a later blog post, but today I am sharing a card, using some new product from Lawn Fawn.



I used a stamp set call Jump for Joy (and coordinating dies), along with a die background call Leafy Tree Backdrop.  Together I made this fun, scenic card, perfect for fall holidays.

Make sure you visit the Lawn Fawn Blog everyday, this next week because there will be lots of prizes given away, as well as, tons of great project ideas!

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