Holy moly! 400 of you entered to win this awesome Lawn Fawn prize package – pretty sure that’s a record! I guess we can all agree that Lawn Fawn is tops. A big congratulations goes out to Jingle who wins it all! Jingle, be sure to contact me within 48 hours to claim your prize! I’m excited for you to get crafty with these goodies!
I’m taking this week off of Friday Freebies but next week I’ll be back with an awesome giveaway sponsors by Wplus9! Love them! See you there. In the meantime, if you are still chomping at the bit to have these Lawn Fawn favorites, here’s a handy supply list that will take you to each one!
Any stationery obsessed person is familiar with the awesomeness of laser-cutting. The intricate cuts draw you in and make you stare only to be ripped away by the price tag which is usually somewhere between Bentleys and bankruptcy…well maybe not that bad…but they are usually a pretty penny, especially if you want more than one.
Turns out that with a little creative die cutting and with the right supplies, you can re-create the look of laser-cutting at home…and honestly, even if you don’t own ANY of these supplies already, it would probably be cheaper to stock up on them now than to purchase the real deal.
I’ve put together a video to show you exactly how this is done – and at only two minutes and some change, you won’t need to spend much time learning this easy technique.
So what do you think of these pretty pastels cards? They’re great for spring, right?!
I guess I have a think for banner flags. I’ve used them here, here and here…and today I have another banner tutorial that is incredibly easy. Considering I’m working on two hours of sleep right now – I’ll keep this short for fear that I might start rambling about completely random and unrelated topics. Although…that wouldn’t be too different than my usual commentary!
Here we go:
These simple little banners are great for beginners to use in card-making. Just adhere the banner to a patterned card front and you’re done! This is also an awesome project for group crafting since it simple and fun to do.
It’s Friday which means another chance to win some awesome freebies! I have a sneaking suspicion that you will love this giveaway because let’s be honest, everyone loves Lawn Fawn!!
Food themed stamps and florals are some of my all time favorites, so this week you have a chance to win two stamp & die sets that feature both. Visit THIS post and THIS post to see how I’ve put these sets to work and then enter to win everything you see pictured above!
Just comment on the question to be entered to win! To check out the full Lawn Fawn Winter release, go HERE!
Comment entries can be made until Thursday, April 3rd at 11:59pm. Comments must be made on this giveaway post to be eligible. One lucky reader will be selected via Random Number Generator and will be announced on Friday, April 4th. Winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim her prize.
If you step foot in my craftroom, I will force you to use the We R Memory Keepers Punch Boards. It’s required. Sort of like admission. Truth is, I just love the ooh’s and ahh’s that happen everytime someone sees them at work. They are just so doggone cool and clever.
I’ve already given you my take on the We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board in this post and this post - so today we’re tackling the Pillow Box Punch Board and creating a simple variation of the traditional pillow box. Watch how it’s done:
So tell me – do you have any of the WeR punch boards? Which ones!?