Seasons Greetings

Today I am sharing a fun card perfect for the Holidays, which means one less Christmas card that I need to make!
I used the Home For the Holidays mini stamp set paired with the Tiny Towns border, both from Lawn Fawn, to create this card.  I die cut plaid christmas paper with the border die, and then inked the top edges to make the houses pop.  Before I adhered the border down, I stamped the trees in a selection on Lawn Fawn green inks.  The car was colored in using copic markers, and I used twine to wrap around the tree to have it look like the tree was tied down to the car.
For more great inspiration using these products, head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog.

Perfectly Plaid Winter

I have no idea when my obsession with plaid started, but if I had to guess it was early 80's?  I love plaid shirts, plaid pants, skirts when Lawn Fawn started making plaid paper, my mind exploded.  Plaid + paper crafting = me very happy!!

Today I am sharing a fun treat bag that I decorated using the Plaid Winter 6x6 paper, stamps and dies. This years winter release from Lawn Fawn is ridiculous, and I mean that in the best possible way.  From 3 plaid collections, stamps, dies and inks I am in crafty heaven!!

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog, to see how the other designers used this paper in their projects!

Scripty Merry & Wishes

Many years ago, I bought several of these kraft coffee bags/treat bags, just to have on hand.  They are great to stamp on, put stickers on or in my case today, alter with pattern paper and die cuts.

Using Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper, I adhered some 6x6 pattern paper onto the front of the bag.  I then die cut red card stock using the tiny town border die & adhered it to the bottom of the bag.  Next the grey card stock was die cut and adhered to the bag.  

I grabbed a sheet of foam adhesive, trimmed it town, peeled on side of the sticker off and applied some red card stock to it.  Next I placed the "merry" & "wishes" dies onto the card stock, and die cut them.  Since they were diecut onto a foam adhesive sheet, when I pulled the diecuts out, foam adhesive was cut perfectly on the back side of the red card stock.  Which made it so easy to adhere to the grey die cut circle.

To embellish I added twine onto a clip which helps keep the bag closed.

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, for more great projects using fun word dies like I used today, as well as a chance to win some product!

Tiny Tags

Hello Friends! Lately I have only wanted to make treat boxes, pillow boxes or altered bags.  Maybe its because the holidays are quick approaching or because you don't have to follow the same design rules at you would if you were making a card.

I have a few pillow boxes that I made, using the Tiny Tags Sayings stamp set as well as the Tiny Tag dies.  The two kraft boxes were stamped completely to create a custom pattern paper, and then on the red pillow box, I stamped little hearts inside the plaid boxes.  The heart and star tags were distressed with ink, before stamping the sentiment.

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, to win these products, as well as seeing more wonderful projects!

Winter Unicorn

Hello Friends!
Today I am sharing a few projects using the Winter Unicorn set from Lawn Fawn.  This week they are showcasing some of their latest stamp sets, dies and pattern paper.
I created a card as well as a treat box using this Mini Stamp and die set.  Although the set is small, you can create so many different projects.
Head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog, to see the many projects using this set, as well as have a chance to win these items!!

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