Lawn Fawn Giveaway!

Hello, stampers.

Remember how I was saying how I love this industry because of the wonderful people I have met? Well, another one is Kelly Marie. This sweetie is the creator of Lawn Fawn stamps. (Enabling alert: Lawn Fawn stamps are made in the US so they stamp gorgeously.) And they are so stinkin’ cute. I have used them here before and I thought I would share a few cards I have used on them recently – super quick ones.

This one I made for Ken for his birthday…

And he loved it.

Whenever I do simple cards, I always add a tiny bit of glitter pen and Glossy Accents or Enamel Accents. Here I used black for the eyes…

And this one is for Kay…

And for Audrey…

Simple background. Simple stamping. Simple simple.

By the way, if you ever want to see what supplies I used in my card shares, just click the little photos at the end of each post.

And since Kelly Marie is so sweet, she sent me three Lawn Fawn sets to give away! Just leave a comment here by Wednesday at 11:50pmEST and you will have a chance to win these Lawn Fawn stamps…

See you soon!

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865 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Giveaway!”

  1. Oh my goodness – simple and yet totally adorable cards! Love them! And I love how open you are to mixing up your Hero stamps with other (good quality) ones!

    And congrats to the lucky winner of the LF stamps!

  2. These are so adorable. Our daughter is having our first grandbaby and these would make a cute announcement card!

  3. Love these cards, they are adorable and cute yet really easy to make! Also fun to see other stamp brands on the blog — no matter how much I love Hero Arts, there’s so many other cool stuff out there! 🙂

  4. I love the simplicity of these cards. Great to crank out a bunch for a teacher set or gift to someone. Thanks for sharing your inspiration and the giveaway!

  5. I love the darling cards using the Lawn Fawn line of stamps. They are so darn cute and fun. Thanks for sharing.

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