Fall Card with Lawn Fawn (Guest Post)

Hello, it’s me again! I am back with a second post for today!

Since autumn has definitely arrived here I recently made a fall card using new and old Lawn Fawn stamps and dies for The Foiled Fox. I also added an action wobble spring, just because they are a lot of fun for the recipient I think. 😀 You can read all about my card including a step-by-step tutorial on The Foiled Fox’s blog!


Fall Card Stitched Window Lawn FawnFall Card Stitched Window Lawn Fawn 2



Fall Card Stitched Window Lawn Fawn 3


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Challenge entry for:




Stamps & dies:

Lawn Fawn – Jump For You stamps & dies, Reverse Stitched Circle Window Dies, Fall Leaf Reveal Wheel Add-on


Neenah Solar White (Classic Crest) – 110 lb and 80 lb


Ranger / Tim Holtz – Distress Inks
Memento – Tuxedo Black Ink
Tsukineko – Versamark Ink

Other supplies:

Scotch – Foam Mounting Tape
Action Wobble Spring


9 thoughts on “Fall Card with Lawn Fawn (Guest Post)

  1. A really sweet Autumnal creation, many thanks for joining in with our ‘Shades of Autumn’ theme at Stamping Sensations challenge.

    B x

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  2. WOW – Your card is amazing – LOVE the bg and how you sort of made those bogger leaves inlaid but cut at the same time! Beautiful!! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us at the Lawnfawnatics Challenge! /Karin

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  3. Rosali… absolutely love your little squirrel dancing in the leaves… so much fun! Great design! Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players this week!

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