Christmas, Copic, Lawn Fawn, Spectrum Noir, Winter

Lawn Fawn Simply Celebrate Winter

For these cards, I used the stamps in the Lawn Fawn Simply Celebrate Winter stamp set. These stamps so adorable and you can really get a variety of card designs from them.

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Supplies Used:

  1. Lawn Fawn – Simply Celebrate Winter Stamp Set
  2. Lawn Fawn – Simply Celebrate Lawn Cuts
  3. Lawn Fawn – Winter Scripty Sentiments Stamp Set
  4. Lawn Fawn – Everyday Sentiment Banners
  5. Lawn Fawn – Stitched Scallop Rectangle Frames
  6. Lawn Fawn – Really Rainbow Christmas Petite Paper Pack
  7. Lawn Fawn Vellum (for gingerbread card)
  8. Lawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frames (for gingerbread card)
  9. Stamps of Life Stitched Rectangle Set
  10. DCWV Christmas Creations Paper Pack (This is the candy cane paper used for the gingerbread card.)
  11. Solid color papers were from Recollections paper packs
  12. Copic Markers and Spectrum Noir Markers
Christmas, Copic, Lawn Fawn, Spectrum Noir, Winter

Lawn Fawn Winter Village Card

lawn fawn winter village card

This was the first Lawn Fawn set that I ever used and decided to make a holiday card to send to employees. Since my husband owns his own Real Estate brokerage, I thought that this would be the perfect card to send to the real estate agents that work for him. I absolutely love the way that it turned out!

Supplies used:

Lawn Cuts Stitched Hillside Backdrop: Portrait
Lawn Fawn Winter Village Clear Stamps
Lawn Fawn Winter Village Lawn Cuts
Lawn Fawn Snowy Backdrop: Portrait
Spectrum Noir and Copic Markers
Recollections Cardstock




Anna Griffin Christmas Cards, Christmas, Winter

Christmas Cards using Anna Griffin Card Kits

Hello! Today on the blog I want to display the Christmas cards I sent to family and friends this year. I always like to include our family picture in our Christmas cards and the Anna Griffin Christmas Shaker Card Kit made it look like a snow globe. It was super easy to make! There are several different styles of card bases to choose from along with sentiments and other embellishments. The only thing extra you’ll need is some extra strong tape or glue and, of course, a picture of your family (if you choose to use one). Of course, you don’t have to include the picture.

In previous years, I have used other Anna Griffin card kits for Christmas and had a bunch of leftover embellishments from those kits. I did use some of the leftovers for some of the cards below as well.