2/21/14

New Lawn Fawn!

Posted by on 2/21/14
The day we've all been waiting for is here! Today Lawn Fawn released new collection of stamps, paper, dies, twine, and embellishments—and they have, once again, knocked our socks off. There are so many adorable stamps to play with in this collection that I really didn't know where to start. I’d pick up one set, and get an idea, then pick up another and get a few other ideas. It was really overwhelming—in a good way, because my mind was getting bombarded with idea after idea. So, like last year I decided to create a fun project in celebration of the release by making this ‘Hello Sunshine’ themed card. The Hello Sunshine papers are my favorite! Last year my favorite paper collection was Pink Lemonade—and I also made a project based around that theme.
To create this card I used the stamp sets Hello Sunshine, and Let’s Roll. The die sets Spring Showers, and Scripty Hello; and, the HelloSunshine 6 x 6 paper pad
The Hello Sunshine papers also come in the 12 x 12 size and that collection kit comes with a few journaling cards, and some adorable flair. I just love how this paper collection has a coordinating stamp set. As you can see from my card above creating with both (the stamps and paper) means you’ll get a whimsical card every single time!
The 12 x 12 papers also have a B side—full of lots of solid colors to match the A side papers. LF also came out with three new twine colors that go perfectly with this collection, too. Their twine is seriously the best!
It’s really hard for me to pick a favorite stamp set out of this entire collection, but I’d say this, Let’s Roll, stamp set is one of my top 5; namely, because of the adorable smiley faces that come in this set. Not only can you use them on the sushi, but you can also use them on lots of other inanimate objects as well. I just love this set so much I can’t stand it, lol! It’s so cute.
To view the entire release had over to the Lawn Fawn blog, by clicking here. On their blog you can find information on how to purchase new stamps sets, and you will also find lots of inspiration! I hope you enjoyed looking at my LF haul—and you can be sure I’ll be making something out of each set and blogging about it, too! 
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