Thursday, October 24, 2013

Lone Wolf Design DT Showcase: Lawn Fawn, a little Pink Paislee, and Tattered Angels

Happy Friday, everyone! It's me again with another Lone Wolf Designs product showcase... and yes, I just can't get enough of Lawn Fawn! I was inspired at Scrapfest @ the Mall of America in September, so... I went home and placed an order for some more LF goodies (see the link at the bottom of the post for how you can order and save!!) and then I had fun making some stuff.

Did you know that Christmas is only 60 days away

I also picked up some Tattered Angels glimmer mist at Scrapfest. I thought it might be fun to add some mist to some of my projects... and holiday was the name of the game.

I had such fun playing with the newer Tag, You're It Lawn Cuts and coordinating Winter Gifts stamp set!

 I stamped the background with some of the smaller stamps from Winter Gifts and colored in the leaves and berries. I stamped the banner tag on patterned paper and added one of the Winter Gifts sentiments, a little twine, and then assembled and misted!

This is the glimmer mist I chose:
It's sugar maple, which is a lot less orange than it looks in the photo, thank goodness! It's a really pretty copper tone. :)

The Lawn Fawn make & take I did last month used the jar from Summertime Charm (and coordinating Lawn Cut die) to make the bell jar into a snow globe. Adorable, right?? I added a little kraft envelope behind the green panel so you could add a gift card! The sentiment is from Let it Snow and I embossed it in gold to go with the pretty Pink Paislee snow village paper. :) I added a little clear Stickles to the snowflakes as well.

Then I realized I had an abundance of Lawn Fawn winter sentiments, so I decided to make some subway art tags.
And then I just used the Winter Tags stamps and dies to find the best placement and cut out two tags!
 I sprayed them both with the Tattered Angels mist. SO pretty with the red ink! The top banner die is another cute little tag I made.  It would easily attach to a small gift bag, and doesn't even need to be a holiday gift... win/win!
And one tag I put on a card. How fun is that? This paper is also by Lawn Fawn.

The Tattered Angels mist is shimmery and it does rub off a bit on your skin... just an FYI for those who do not care for glimmer/glittery products! The shimmer is subtle and though it takes a little practice to get your spritzing just right, it's fun!

Here are two bonus tags... they kind of got sprayed by accident (yeah, I'm not at my best after 10 pm. I'm more of an early bird) but I actually loved the end result. These are Pink Paislee stamps and paper (cut using the Lawn Fawn largest tag die). I used the stamps from the Snow Village set and a little tag from the Snow Village paper pack for the bottom tag. The top tag was one of those "happy accident" tags... I stamped in a color that wasn't quite what I wanted, so I shadow stamped over the top with a neutral color and then I kind of liked how it made it look more aged... and then a tiny bit of glimmer mist at the edges gave it even more of an antique look. Bonus!

You can find these and many more products for your crafting projects at 25% off MSRP at Lone Wolf Designs, LLC. All you have to do is join the Lone Wolf Designs Discount Craft Supplies Facebook group.  If you haven’t joined us yet, you’re paying TOO MUCH for your craft supplies!

Now, I know you are thinking "this would be so fun and easy to make a whole bunch of holiday tags at once. I should really call my sister/my mom/my best friends and plan a little coffee and crafting time to get started on holiday stuff."  You are correct, you will also need something chocolate, and you're welcome. :)

Have a GREAT weekend, friends!



  1. Wow, so cool! Thanks for sharing the cool ideas, inspiration for sure!

  2. Jen, thanks for sharing your creativity and your wonderful cards with us for LWD! Love the subway art! I'm glad to have you as part of the team!

  3. Great cards and tags! Thanks for all the design details too!!

  4. Awesome job! LOVE the tag stamps & dies...and the paper....LOVE it all! :)


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