Lawn Fawn May Release Week: Just Stitching Scalloped Circles & Dandy Day Flip Flop

The final day is getting oh so close!

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s May 2021 Inspiration and Release week! On May 13th our 7 new stamp sets and coordinating dies, 9 new standalone die sets, and all of our exciting new products will be for sale at your favorite store and at www.lawnfawn.com! Woohoo! Until then we will have fun posts with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways!

Today I have two cards to share with you starting with this one featuring the Just Stitching Scalloped Circle Dies. This die set only adds stitching detail to your cards.

It’s great for adding to a scene like I did here using the Dandy Day stamp set and Dandy Day Flip Flop (NEW).

I created some grass using the Grassy Border and ink blended with Freshly Cut Grass Ink from Lawn Fawn. The background is using the Spiffy Speckles pattern paper and the Just Stitching Scalloped Circles.

Next I have a super clean and simple card. This puts all the focus on this adorable Dandy Day Flip Flop stamp set. I’ve always struggled with creating reverse images so I’m so happy that Lawn Fawn has come out with these Flip Flop stamp images.

I masked off an area on my card from and lightly ink blended Tumbled Glass using a blending brush. Then added a few clouds from All The Clouds stamp set and these adorable mice from Dandy Day and Dandy Day Flip Flop.

Hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

The new release will be available on May 13!

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One thought on “Lawn Fawn May Release Week: Just Stitching Scalloped Circles & Dandy Day Flip Flop

  1. spilor / Lori Spitzer says:

    Hi,
    I am passing up other opportunities to purchase items here or there so that I can afford the LF goodies. I know they will be worth saving for; I just hope I can order before they’re gone!! I love both these cards. That plaid paper makes me crazy, I love it so much. I have a reverse image stamp and I still don’t usually manage to have a great reverse image, so I, too, am glad for these stamps.
    Have a terrific day!
    L in PA

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