Lawn Fawn and Xyron – Meow You Doin’

Hello my crafty friends. I am so happy to share this blog post today. Xyron is collaborating with Lawn Fawn and the Xyron design team will be sharing projects showcasing Lawn Fawn products (from March 27 to 31, 2017).  We’re also having a giveaway to celebrate! Just leave a comment on any (or all) of the Lawn Fawn projects we share on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/xyroninc/) all week long and someone is going to win a $50 prize pack – a $25 LF gift certificate and a Xyron Mega Runner!

If you have been following me for a while, you know I LOVE all things LAWN FAWN. I have been a huge fan for years!  Please check out the new Lawn Fawn products at www.lawnfawn.com or for details about this hop, visit the Lawn Fawn blog at: http://lawnfawn.blogspot.com/.

I have a birthday pop-up box for you today and a process video below for Meow You Doin’  card, showcasing the Meow You Doin’ stamp set and dies, 6×6 Perfectly Plaid Rainbow paper pad, and a lot of other Lawn Fawn products that I have from my stash.

I started out by stamping my images on Neenah solar white card stock and colored them in with my Copic markers. I die-cut the pop-up box using a light blue card stock. I also die-cut the square boxes using the dies with the rainbow paper pad, and used my grassy hills border dies to die-cut the grass for my scene.

Before I assembled the box, I stamped some clouds and the sun on a white square piece of card stock. I assembled the box and started decorating it with the rest of my die-cut pieces.

I stamped the script “happy” and die-cut the piece with its coordinating die. I used my Xyron sticker maker to adhere it to the front flap of my card.   I love using the sticker maker for this type of project because it really makes my life easier and the die-cut piece is perfectly adhered to the card.

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Here’s the second card with a process video below.

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Here’s the process video:

Here’s the last card that I made, with the Meow You Doin stamps and dies, and an older stamp set called “Lucky Stars”.  I hope you like all of my projects, and got inspired today.  I have also listed and linked the supplies I have used.  Have an amazing day!

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2 Valentine Box Cards ~ 1 Card Stock (Tutorial)


This is a very easy tutorial to follow to create 2 box cards out of one 8 ½ x 11 card stock:

Materials Used:

One cardstock (8 ½ x 11) cut in half measuring 5 ½ x 8 1/2
2 pieces – Designer Series paper – cut at 1 ¾ X 5 ¼
6 pieces – Designer Series paper – cut at 1 ¾ X 2 ½
3 pieces – card stock cut at 3 X 1 ¼ (these pieces will go in the middle of your box card to hold the embellishments
Optional ~ 3 pieces of card stock cut at 2 inches wide using a decorative die or deco punch
Acetate sheets
Stickers and other ephemeras to decorate your box card
Double-sided tape or Tombow Glue
Mini Glue Dots

Valentine Pop-Up Card Tutorial

If you would like to order the products shown on this video and avail the discounted rate through a demonstrator website (also earn some stampin’ rewards and free stuff), please click on the link above.

The tutorial on this video is just to show you how to create an A2 size Pop-Up card that fits in a regular A2 envelope; but you can decorate it according to your own taste and style.   The possibilities are endless!

Materials used:

Main card — Card Stock is cut at 9 inches by 5 ½ inches
(on the 9 inches side — score your card stock at 2 1/8, 4 ¼, 6 3/8 and 8 ½
(on the 5 ½ inches side — score your card stock at 2 ¾ inches)

Tabs in the middle of the card:

Card stock cut at 3 1/8 by 3 1/8 score at ½ inch and 2 5/8 — (We will cut this in half as I showed on the video to create the middle tabs in the card and these will hold your decoration).

Fold the scored tabs and put sticky strip and insert and adhere to your basic card.

Mini Glue Dots (Item No. 103683)

Sticky Strip

Acetate sheets

I hope you enjoyed this video. If you have any questions, please feel free to send me a message.. Craft with your loved ones and create some memories. Happy crafting!