11.08.2011

Have a Very Fawny Holiday! {Day 3}

Hello everyone! Welcome to our special inspiration week, "Have a Very Fawny Holiday"! This week is all about getting ideas for the upcoming Holidays! There are design team samples, giveaways and videos! (Make sure to comment for a chance to win these sets!)
Today we are focusing on Ornate Ornaments, Critters in the Snow and Frosties! We have ideas for Christmas cards, Wintertime friendship cards and Holiday home decor along with a video!

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Day 1
Day 2
AND today's post too! :)


Let's check out some awesome design team samples! 
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Julie's card is just so sweet and whimsical. I just adore her vintage-whimsy style! She created her reindeer with Critters in the Snow and her sentiment is from Pa-Rum-Pa-Pum-Pum. I love the way the reindeer look like they are going to fly off the card. So fun!

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Teri's project is too cute! She used Frosties and Making Frosty Friends. How fun are those buttons?! To create her snowy flakes she heat embossed them in white and then smudged some white ink with her fingers in the center. It really makes them look frosty!

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Nichol's card using Ornate Ornaments and Cozy Christmas is absolutely gorgeous! All of that texture and glitter is just perfect for the holidays! Absolutely stunning!

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Lynnette's card just makes me smile! She created her scene with Critters in the Forest and Frosties. The deer from Critters in the Snow looks amazing with Winter Bunny's scarf! Bows and Holly provides a great sentiment for this whimsical winter scene!

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Chari made these amazing trees and cute scene using Frosties, Critters in the Forest, Critters in the Snow, Hats Off to You, Fly Free and Making Frosty Friends. Check out the video below or at her You Tube channel to see how Chari made these trees! I know I cannot wait to make these!




Thank you so much for watching!

 Make sure you click on each of the design team's names or pictures to go to their blogs and see the details of how they made their cards. You will walk away inspired for sure!

I hope you have enjoyed this fun look back at Ornate Ornaments, Critters in the Snow and Frosties!
Tomorrow we have another fun Fawny Holiday celebration!
For now, though, it's giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us if it has started to snow in your town yet (It doesn't snow here at LFHQ so we are living vicariously through those of you that have wonderful winter weather!) by November 10th at 10:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner for all three of the featured sets!

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Thursday November 10th, at 12:01am EDT for our next Fawny Holiday post!
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

212 comments:

  1. No snow here in San Francisco but it is getting chilly here this week so it is feeling a bit more like the holiday season! :)

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  2. No snow in the bay area, but it is cold. Cute samples!

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  3. Oh my - I LOVE the ornament card - and the trees are SO cute! Those reindeer are amazing... and I am a snowman LOVER. Yes - I live in the Northeast and we got SLAMMED in the snowstorm just last week!

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  4. awesome cards, and enjoyed the tutorial of christmas trees :-) I heard the town I was in had their first snow, right after I left! and the town i'm in now, at least for next 2 months is a Tropical Island, so Summer all year around, NO snow! yeah! :-)

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  5. No snow in holland yet.... Love the cards, and the little trees are really cute, thank you for the inspiration!

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  6. Thanks for more wonderful inspiration and another fabulous chance!
    Nope, no snow here in Gothenburg, Sweden yet - but it definately is cold enough for it to start any minute - at least that's what it feels like (-:

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  7. What a wonderful source of inspiration!

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  8. so nice!!
    this month full gear on in making Christmas cards

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  9. Everything is sooo cute!!! Wonderful job DT! Love the Christmas Tree project. So cute and looks like fun!
    No snow in this part of Oregon. I'm hoping we get some this winter! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. No snow here in India. It only starts in December and that too only in northern states. So believe it or not I haven't actually experienced snow till date :) But I really wish to some day.

    Awesome tutorial and I would love to make my own Christmas trees :)

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  11. Great tutorial, Chari!!! I do need to make these for my mom's house this Christmas :)
    No snow here but I remember the 1st time I saw snow was while I was presenting at a conference in Chicago. As soon as I started talking, everybody was looking at the window to see the snow, lol. I had to pause and do the same! haha.
    Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  12. same here! it doesn't snow in Singapore but it has been raining very often. The only way to share this winter experience is to do more "snowy" cards. haha!

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  13. gorgeous projects from DT and great tutorial. It does not snow here very much in Seattle. It rains instead. I would love a white christmas.

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  14. Doesn't seem to snow here in San Diego! :) Love these card examples!

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  15. we had snow in new england..along with a nice massive blackout. but the snow has all melted and the power is back on. just in time for me to plug in my glue gun to make these cute trees. thanks for the tutorial : ) xoxo

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  16. Oh, wauw, these are sooo pretty!!! Makes me long for snow! But it hasn't started here yet, though they predict we will have a long and cold winter here in the Netherlands, it's starting slow for now. Slowly cooling down, but no snow yet! We did last year, we had snow in early november, but for me, it can wait a bit, hi hi.
    Hugs, Wendy

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  17. Very little chance of snow here in Cape Town, South Africa - we're heading into our summer season. Our Santa wears sunscreen and shorts - hahaha.

    Loving these examples from the DT - it shows off how complimentary the stamp packs are. I absolutely adore Chari's winter scene :)

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  18. There's no snow in France yet. Snow will came later.
    All these cards are so cute. Thnks so much for the chance to win.

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  19. no snow yet but it will come and we'll enjoy it with the kids!!

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  20. No snow here in San Diego but it is getting awfully chilly at night! Super samples - they are adorable. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. Awww... these are so cute!!!! Love...Love the ALL :) Thanks for the tutorial Chari! Love it!!!
    don't have snow in my country but I heart LF snowman so much :)))

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  22. Soooo cute and really great creation :)In my country don't have a snow, but I like making snow in my cards :)

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  23. Oct 30th marked the first day of snow here in Atlantic Canada (NB). It's since melted, but it will be accumulating before long...up to about 8 feet or so! :) The DT's projects are wonderful yet again...so inspiring!

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  24. Not snowing yet, though last year it snowed during 5 out of the 12 months :)

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  25. I saw my first snow last week... It was a sight against the fall-colored trees.

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  26. Not snowing here in Ohio yet but it might start a little tomorrow :( I wish I lived in a warmer climate. Love all the adorable projects!

    Jenny
    jennykingham at att dot net

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  27. No snow here.. it's still early.. maybe in January...

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  28. We had a tiny bit of snow, but I always say that if can still see grass it doesn't count. LOVE the little reindeer stamp!

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  29. What adorable samples, I love those snowmen!

    No snow here. *sigh* Maybe once every 6 years and it doesn't really stick. [Insert rant about Texas weather and missing Kansas here]

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  30. I LOVE these projects! All the cards are amazing and I love the video tutorial, I've been waiting for a tutorial to learn how to make those cute trees for a while, thanks Chari!
    The idea of removing the Winter Bunny's scarf to put on the reindeer is just fabulous, I'll try it soon! ;)
    No snow yet here in Spain but It's getting chilly. It's rainy and windy and there are colorful autumn leaves flying everywhere, lovely!

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  31. Wonderful projects - so great to see a variety of sets being combined!
    As for snow, yes, we got it at the end of Oct. We also got the side effect of losing power for 6 days!

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  32. It hasn't started snowing here where I live yet... Thanks for a chance to win =)

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  33. No snow in Georgia yet but I did see a video of snow falling on twitter yesterday.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  34. I love all these projects and the video for tree left me speechless Chari! Thank you for motivating me I need to start my holiday cards.
    We were lucky to have snow at the end of October without loosing our power so we should see snow soon. :)

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  35. LOVE LOVE LOVE these! thanks for the tutorial! unfortunately it will never snow where i live in hot sunny fl. but its only suppose to get into the low 80's today. haa! i always wish it would snow!! :)

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  36. It's not currently snowing nor is there snow on the ground, but we've already had our first snow storm of the year! A week ago we got hit with about 6 inches of snow! That instantly put me in the holiday spirit and I wanted to play Christmas songs all day!

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  37. Awesome projects once again by the DT!! Esp love Chari's cute winter scene.
    No snow where I am, it's been so hot..hoping for some rain though to cool things down. {smiles}

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  38. We had snow before Halloween this year! It was pretty crazy, especially since now we're back to temps in the 60s. Crazy weather!

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  39. already had snow in Maine, I love all the projects especially the trees.
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  40. No snow in the Chicago area yet! Love the sampes today. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  41. It has not yet snowed where I live which is surprising. I heard on the radio a couple of weeks back that in the past 65 years we have had snow before Halloween 60 of those years. It is in the forecast for this Friday however.
    Awesome DT projects!

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  42. No snow yet! Great projects. I love them all :)

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  43. No snow here in the place where i live. Thanks for the sharing and the giveaway. Love the projects.

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  44. No snow here, yet, but lots of frost on the ground this morning. Adorable projects - love the trees.

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  45. We had our first snow here in Nebraska last week! Beautiful big flakes! It didn't last long, but while it was coming down, I made sure that my girls got out to play in it. :)

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  46. No snow here in where I live. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. No snow but today is going to drop into the 40s and there might be a few flakes tonight! I am so not ready!!

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  48. No snow yet but I live in Ohio so it'll be here soon. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  49. Hilde van RijnsoeverNovember 9, 2011 at 5:15 AM

    No snow here in the Netherlands, beautiful sunny autumn day today!

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  50. All the projects today are spectacular! We only see snow every few years if we're lucky.

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  51. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration. We've had a few flurries in Eastern Canada but no snow on the ground yet. It's definitely getting colder though. Thanks for a chance to win these great stamp sets!! :)

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  52. Wow, great video, Chari! And I love all the wonderful projects.
    We don't have any snow yet - just some frosty mornings.

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  53. No snow yet. We are fluctuating between cold and warm spells.

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  54. I am LOVING these cards, they are so cute, I really love the "You're a cool friend" idea! Thank you again for posting inspiring ideas!!!! :)

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  55. FAB cards!!! Love all those cute images! No snow here ... YET! It should start soon enough! I couldn't imagine living in a place with no snow! LOL!

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  56. These projects are so fun! Great idea on how to make the snowflakes look frosty! We have only had one good snow storm here in CO so far... More is coming next week!

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  57. It snowed before Halloween this year. Too soon in my opinion, the kids froze in their costumes! Anyway, I love the cards, and love, love, love the tree video. I will definitely be making some of these. Thank you for the inspiration. :)

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  58. I love the idea of Christmas trees! We don't have any room in the living room this year for a tree, so I will make some paper ones! :D

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  59. I think these are 3 of my favorite winter/Christmas sets. It hasn't started to snow yet here...but I'm sure it's just a matter of time.

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  60. I wish, but no snow here in Nashville, TN! Love the trees!

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  61. Oh bite your tongue!! LOL!! No snow here yet and I don't want any. We have had frost and that is enough. :)

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  62. I love those trees!! We did have one
    snowfall in October which was very
    unusual. I don't want a harsh winter
    but a little snow is lovely.

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  63. It hasn't started snowing here in Montreal, Canada, thanks god!
    I'm really enjoying this good weather!

    Serena

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  64. All the work in this post is amazing. I especially loved the tree video! No snow here yet in the Star City of Virginia. Thank goodness. :) :) :)

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  65. It's been gloomy and dark here in Seattle, but no snow yet! The DT creations are gorgeous and that tree look so fun tm make!

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  66. Wow! These cards and that snow scene are incredible! We had some snow fall already a couple of weeks ago. Snow in October? Seriously!? Way too soon! LOL! Thanks for the chance to win!
    cdring@comcast.net

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  67. ah, these are darling
    we had a "hint" of snow last week!
    thanks!

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  68. Love the tree project! That is so super cute! I think I'll do some for my mantel! As for snow... even though I'm not ready for it... it did snow last night here in KS.

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  69. We had 5 inches on Oct 29th....but it usually does not snow till Dec. Loving all the Christmas inspiration!

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  70. No snow up here in Idaho yet, but still going to put snow tires on. I love all the projects and these stamps sets are definitely on my wish list this year. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  71. It has only snowed where I live twice that I can remember. It has just this weekend finally gotten cold enough to turn on the heater.

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  72. No, no snow here yet. This is very suprising we usually have had some snow by now ( North of Chicago ). The news said thjis morning that we might get some snow today or tomorrow. Here we go !!!!

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  73. It's chilly today here in North TX, but no snow! Snow is a rare occurance here :D

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  74. Loved all the projects and fawny inspiration! Yes, we have already had snow in my town--before Halloween!! Leaves were still on the trees, so the wet heavy stuff brought down a lot of branches. Power was out all over. That's the earliest I ever remember getting snow since we've lived in New England (for 18 years!).

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  75. Kimberley Jackson-BrownNovember 9, 2011 at 7:09 AM

    I lve in New York City and it snowed 2 weeks ago.....and it caused sooo much damage in the tri-state area. Some folks just got power back on just last week.

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  76. Great tree video! No it has not started to snow here yet but many times we do have snow in November.

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  77. NO snow in GA---we'll be lucky to get any at all

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  78. Fabulous cards! They all rock but I'm especially drawn to Julie's.
    No snow here in Bermuda. In fact, I'm sitting here in shorts and a t-shirt!

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  79. No snow in Louisiana! Love the trees:)

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  80. OMG! Those trees are fantastic! Am definitely making those. Perfect for the hallway table as a display to great folks as they come over. Thanks for the great video tutorial!

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  81. We have had over a foot of snow in New Hampshire. But there are just a few piles left here and there now that the weather has warmed up again.

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  82. LOVE Lynette's card! We had our 3rd snow already-one each of the last 3 weeks-crazy!

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  83. What adorable and fun projects. Thanx for the video!

    Yes we had snow here in NJ right before Hslloween. Since I was off of work I did not mind the snow at all as it was really beautiful!

    KimMJ
    bast830@comcast.net

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  84. We live in Florida so I think it will never snow!

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  85. I love those glittery trees !!
    I live in Canada, so we should be having some snow really soon.... but for now we are just enjoying a really gorgeous fall.

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  86. Super cute projects! No snow here in WI, yet... Although there's a chance of flurries tonight and tomorrow...

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  87. i love that little scene with the trees and cute snowy animals!! And it HAS snowed in Connecticut, we got around 18 inches just before Halloween, insane!

    -rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  88. Great cards!
    It doesn't snow here very often, but I'm really hopeing it will snow sometime this winter. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  89. Those trees are so cute. Here on Canada's west coast it has not snowed yet....thankfully!

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  90. oh my goodness, these are all just adorable, and Chari's scene is darling!! Love it!

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  91. Wow everyone stuff is SO cute.. but OMG those trees by Chari are AMAZING. Once again I'm just blown away by all of the talent! =)

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  92. Such amazing goodness!!!!! You ladies blow me away! WOW!

    No snow here in S. Florida. It's actually made it below 80 a few times in the past 3 weeks though ;) woot woot!

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  93. Oh, I Love all of the Cards and those Trees are Amazing! Love them. It is suppose to Snow some tonight here in Southern Indiana and yesterday it was in the 70s. Crazy!!!

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  94. It definitely hasn't started snowing here in South FLORIDA. LoL... It never snows here. :( I wish it would!

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  95. I live in Ohio and we have not had snow yet! Thank goodness I am not ready! Amazing design team projects! I am loving the tree and thanks for the tutorial!

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  96. No snow here on Canada's east coast yet...but trust me...we'll be BURIED in it soon enough!!!

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  97. No snow (ever) here in Southern California! Thanks again for the inspiration and giveway! Love Lawn Fawn stamps!

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  98. I'm in southern California, so no snow here . . . although it did snow one day last February! We are due for some rain this weekend though!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win--today's cards are just adorable!

    Chris L.

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  99. Such fab creations!! Yes, we have snow from the storm last week.......still 2 inches on the ground. Guess I better get my patio set put away before the next snow storm that will be here this weekend. =)

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  100. The great ideas keep coming...I think the folded trees will be an excellent project to do with my daughter...self made gifts will help with the budget this year, and those trees are top notch :)

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  101. Love all the projects, especially the trees! I may have to try one!

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  102. No snow here in St. Louis, Missouri. Thank you for all of the beautiful cards and the trees are amazing!

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  103. Thoase trees are so cute! And so easy to do!

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  104. Loved the Christmas tree tutorial! I can't wait to make some trees now. :D ...... No snow here in Florida. I am looking forward to the cooler weather that winter brings though..... Thanks for all of the great inspiration and fabulous giveaways!!

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  105. Love all these FANTABULOUS projects! Totally inspired me to pull out my LF stamps (and go order some more ; ) and get crack-a-lacking on some holiday projects.

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  106. Yes, it is snowing, sleeting, raining. Quite messy. Give me snow anyday over this :) Another batch of cute projects!

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  107. It doesn't snow here too at my headquarter, hehe. But if we wanted to have a taste of snow, we have to drive about 3hrs to get to snow, hehe. I live in CA :)

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  108. Delightful projects! No snow here, but at least it has cooled down. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  109. No snow in Dallas...but it's starting to get a little chilly! Looking forward to the fireplace this year :)

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  110. Clicked submit before I was done by accident! :) No snow yet here in Houston though... finally some cooler weather came in today!

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  111. Wow I would love to make all of these, they are all just beautiful.

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  112. Cute cards!! I love your stamps! I have the snowmen set making frosty friends but I am eyeballing the cute reindeer :) Those trees are adorable. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  113. It rained today with some snowflakes mixed in. My kids were so excited to see the snowflakes, even though we knew it wasn't going to stick.

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  114. No snow in the Atlanta area..thankfully.

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  115. I LOVE snow... or I did when we lived in NJ. Now that we're in NC, please, no snow. They can't handle even 3 flakes down here!

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  116. Haven't snowed here yet. Still enjoying sunny fall. Love those cards, all of them are sooo cute.

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  117. I live in northern California where is doesn't snow :( I experienced my first snow in New York where I went to college, the best part are snow days!

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  118. Hasn't snowed yet here in Northern Indiana but there's a small chance of some flakes tomorrow. -- All the design team projects are fantastic. TFS.

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  119. It doesn't snow in my town, but we do have a mountain that gets snow on the top of it during the colder months -- that hasn't happened yet, still to warm :)

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  120. Lucky enough with no snow yet, but we did have a freezing rain...
    Love the DT's work - so creative!
    Anna in NY.

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  121. It hasn't snowed yet, and won't anytime soon. I love in Orange County, too!

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  122. It just started snowing in WI today!!! My kids are so excited. We've had a very mild fall, so this is kinda late for us. Thanks for the inspiration and chance to win. :)

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  123. We don't get much snow in Texas, but the last two years have brought us a couple of white days. Here's hoping for some this year.

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  124. We had snow last week in MA....although there was only a few inches, the real problem was the lack of power in the days following! I'm glad everything is back to normal now!

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  125. No snow here in the south of Sweden, just as it should be. But you got me curious about the northern parts so I had to check and guess what?! I learned that there's no snow anywhere to be found, and that it's the first time since 1904 (when collecting data began)that has happened this late in the season. So now you know too ;)
    Also, just gotta say I always leave the Lawn Fawn blog tanked-up with inspiration! Lovely cards, and those trees ...oh my! :)

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  126. Love today's projects!
    No snow here yet. I guess there was some the other night not too far up the road from here though!
    DeniseB

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  127. No snow yet, it's been unusually mild up here in Ottawa, Canada. Fingers crossed! ;-)

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  128. Great design team samples! Funny that you asked, it snowed five inches for the first time today here in central Wisconsin!

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  129. I think I might be close to LFHQ 'cause I don't get any snow either! But I don't mind... SoCal beaches are the place to be!

    Lauren, Paper Love
    www.readysetlove.me
    readysetlove(a)me.com

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  130. we had snow flurries the Saturday BEFORE Halloween! Very unusual since it usually doesn't snow here until December. Great stamp sets and beautiful cards.

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  131. No snow yet in Georgia! Those were great projects! I especially like the trees!

    Robin
    mcever4 at bellsouth dot net

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  132. Oh my goodness!!! Those trees are AMAZING!!!! Thanks for all of the inspiration, ladies!! We've had two beautiful snowfalls so far---for a total of 30 inches of snow!! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!

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  133. No snow here in Coastal NC. It's still running in the high 60's to mid 70's. I hate the summers here, but the winters are sublime!

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  134. Love the rudolph card, he's very cute. Its just coming into summer here in Australia so no snow for us.

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  135. We had a white Halloween up here in the Northeast. Here's hoping for a white Christmas too! Love those trees - super easy to make!

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  136. These wonderful designs using those fun sets along with the 3 inches of snow we got today sure are putting me in the holiday spirit!

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  137. No snow in this part of Ohio yet, but I'm looking forward to it! LOVE it! And I love ALL of your stamp sets. Yep, every single one!

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  138. We had 5" of snow on Oct 29th this year!! That broke the record in this area. Hope that doesn't happen again, that's way too early for snow!

    Keep those ideas coming....love em!

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  139. Hi. beautiful creations. No snow here yet in my area of MI. won't be long though, it will be a winter wonderland and we will be wishing it away.
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  140. Snow? What is snow?? :) living in Florida has its perks during the fun summer months... But I wish I could see some snow! I love cold weather!! :) I suppose I will also live vicariously through those who do!! I would love live LOVE to own these sets!! Fingers crossed!

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  141. we have had a few flakes fly by, but nothing's stuck.. we live quite close to the ocean though; those inland have woken up to snow. We have had to scrape frost from our windshield though a few mornings...

    LOVE LOVE LOVE Lynette's card & the little scene Chari made!

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  142. The little snowmen on that second card are just plain adorable! What great creations.

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  143. Natalie WintersteinNovember 9, 2011 at 6:05 PM

    NOt sure if we consider snow "wonderful" but we have already had some snowflakes here in Omaha! Last Wednesday it snowed fat, super wet flaskes that looked like we were going to be in for a crazy day and then it stopped aprubtly, so we ended up with no real accumulation. But it was thundering and lightning while it snowed which was also interesting!

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  144. luckily, no snow here in Detroit yet...but I heard rumors of flurries tomorrow night! Yipes!

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  145. I live on the sunny Gold Coast in Australia... no snow here, plus we are now heading into Summer (yippee). But I still add snow to my christmas cards, why not!

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  146. It snowed here the day before Halloween...crazy! That is not common, then we had 70 degree weather.

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  147. Awesome projects! No snow yet for DC, but we did have a sprinkling of snow/hail/sleet for the weekend of Halloween!

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  148. We had one day of snow, but now we are enjoying an indian summer with temps in the high 60s! It's a beautiful fall.

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  149. no snow yet here in south western Ohio! AMAZING DT projects!

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  150. wonderful cards, love the stitching and string on the 1st card. great buttons and background on the 2nd. The 3rd looks like soft suede, beautiful texture and love the ornament with ribbon. 4th has a wonderful Christmas color combo, love the glitter snow. That is such a cute scene, would make a great tabletop decoration. Thank you for the video, sharing the creations and a chance to win.

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  151. No snow here in Pinson, AL but it would great to have some on the weekends - not during the week though because we would have to make up the school day and I totally don't want to drive a school bus in June.

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  152. I wish I knew how to speak more languages, because I'm running out of ways to say AMAZING!!

    these are all so wonderful :)

    It's moving into Summer here in Australia, so not even a hint of snow for us! (I'm living vicarioiusly through my USA friends too Kelly Marie!

    Thanks for all the inspiration=-as always!

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  153. Yep here in Nebraska we have had snow 2 times already!! It hasn't stayed long, but it has been here!! THANKS for the chance to win and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  154. No snow for us yet. Though the temperature really dropped today and the sky was covered with clouds.

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  155. Definitely no snow in Louisiana! The cards look great!

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  156. How cool I love all the images.There is no winter snow here in Texas.I really wish there was but there is nothing.

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  157. Love, love, love Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week! So much crafty goodness, so many fabulous ideas whizzing around! Great job DT!

    Snow hasn't started here yet, but I hear we might get some tomorrow! We get plenty of it up here (five months worth) so I'm in no hurry!

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  158. Wow the cards are amazing! It's really beginning to feel a lot like Christmas! No snow here...SoCal doesn't get snow...

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  159. Not yet here in Sacramento, CA, but it's getting colder!

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  160. No snow here in WA, we usually don't get snow until Dec. but you never can tell. Love the little penguin. He is super cute.
    alisha.moorenielsen@gmail.com
    http://scrappin-happens.blogspot.com/

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  161. No snow in Rocklin, CA either, but it only takes about an hour up the hill to get to white stuff! Definitely to be missed, after growing up in a place with tons of snow ;-)

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  162. No snow here in Vancouver , Canada!!!! Getting colder though!!! I only like to see the snow on the trees, lawn , and mountains lol!!!

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  163. Great cards. I love the all the designers projects. The video with the trees are really awesome too. I need to try these as decorations around the house.
    Here in Lakeville,MN as I am reading these posts, it's starting to snow. Big flakes as well. Glad I hit the grocery store after work cuz it will be slippery by morning. It's starting to feel like Christmas...

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  164. Wow! So much talent & inspiration here!!
    No snow here in Buckley, WA yet- but it's sure been cold enough a few times!

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  165. Oh these are so cute! I LOVE the frosty ornament! Thanks for sharing

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  166. Yep, we had about twelve inches of snow last weekend here in Alaska but it has since rained off and we don't have any on the ground now! Lovely cards by everyone!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  167. Love the Ornament card - thanks nicole

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  168. Love the blue and silver too! Gorgeous card!

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  169. not good timing with that question .... still a bit raw - we had snow, on October 29 we got dumped on with over a foot of snow .... lost power, water, phone, heat, etc. for a week .... - the snow is gone now 60 degree temps ... hope not to have more until all the leaves have fallen ... as it should be!
    Sandra ltb

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  170. Love the trees and the snowmen cards are too cute.

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  171. We had one day of light snow so far in Central NY, but that was in October!!! I'd loooove to win these sets. I'm totally in love with Lawn Fawn all of a sudden! :)

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  172. No snow in Bham Alabama yet. We usually get some in Jan, Feb, and one time even on the 1st of March!

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  173. no snow yet in Toronto, Canada... yipee. I love the snow, but it does tend to go on and on here in Canada. The longer we can delay it the better.

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  174. Everytime I see that snowman set I keep telling myself that I *must* have it. No snow here yet....thank goodness :)

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  175. Oh my cuteness!!! Such wonderful projects. That tree is AMAZING! I'll be making those for sure!!! We had our first snow on Halloween weekend. :( Thank goodness it melted. As much as I love to ski...I am not a fan of the snow anywhere but a mountain! lol

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  176. In SE Wisconsin we've just had flurries. Thanks so much for all the wonderful card ideas. And that tree video was terrific. I must try it.

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  177. I like every projects that the design team made!

    There will never be snowing day in Malaysia. If there is one day it would, the world gonna be in big trouble!

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  178. Fabulous projects! Love those trees that Chari made - and easy too :) I live in Salt Lake City, UT and it has snowed here once at my house - that is good enough for me. I have had my winter, now can it be spring again please? Thanks for the chance to win these adorable stamps!

    rebeccadunham at hotmail dot com

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  179. Cute video on the trees! And those reindeer cards are great.

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  180. Cute and adorable cards. TFS
    Snow isn't here yet but its all grey and gloomy...next week its getting a bit cooler too....so snow isn't far:)

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  181. We've had snow here twice already, with an inch here on Monday...it has melted off quickly, but it's snow nonetheless!

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  182. More amazing projects from the DT! Wow! You ladies ROCK!

    We don't often have any snow before December, but we received about 4 inches of it the Saturday before Halloween! It was the first time in my life I can remember snow in Virginia in October.

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  183. No snow in Ottawa, Canada yet. But we know it's coming.

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  184. Oh yes, we have had a few small snow falls. Getting ready for the ski resorts here in Tahoe to open by Thanksgiving! It's breathtakingly beautiful here, and the snow actually helps keep the temperatures from going as cold.
    Love those trees and all the lovely creations.

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  185. So cute!!!! Just love this idea.. Can't wait to play with this yummy holiday project. Thank you!

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  186. Snow what's that? Our local mountains (2 hour drive) have snow. Joke's aside I am envious of those of you who get seasons. We don't get those here in So Cal.

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  187. We had a dusting of snow yesterday and a good snow shower this morning, but as I look out now, the grass is green.

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  188. lovely projects and cards from the DT..there is no snow in Dallas, TX, but would sure love to have some if we get lucky!:)

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  189. Negative! Air Conditioning is on and we are still wearing shorts and T-shirts. Central FL doesn't get cold till January.

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  190. Thess are so fab!!!

    No snow in Seattle, but for some reason I keep thinking it is comming soon even thought it isn't cold enough yet. We'll see....

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  191. No snow here! One time we had a dusting of snowflakes in 2000 but nothing even close since.

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  192. I love love love the Christmas Lawn Fawn stamps. Fabulous!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to get my hands on these stamps. Thanks for a chance to win!!!!

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  193. Cute stamps!

    We had snowfall around Halloween and that is early for us in NY.

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