10.17.2012

Lawn Fawn Intro: "Let it Snow"

Hello and welcome to the first post of Lawn Fawn's October inspiration week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring three stamp sets and our Fa-La-La paper collection, and we will have fun posts and giveaways and lots of inspiration!

We already have one place you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
AND today's post too! :)

Today is our showcase of "Let it Snow". This 4" x 6" set is perfect for creating snowy scenes for Winter and Christmas! The design team has made the most amazing samples!  We also have a little video on the bottom showcasing some fun ways of using the set!

Remember to click on the person's name or card to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love! :)
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Latisha's card is gorgeous! I love how she used the snow bank to hang the bells from and her cute snow flowing through the card!

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Lynnette's box and tag are so sweet! I love how she stamped in dark greens and distressed it some. The vintage look is awesome!

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Chari's candle holder is beautiful! I love how she stamped her snow in blue and her double snow banks!

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Yainea's scene with Winter Bunny and Let it Snow is so cute. I love how she heat embossed the snow and then Distress Inked her pink background!

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Lynnette's bag and tag are awesome! I love how she used the Fa-La-La papersAnd a Partridge for her tag, and the bell up in the corner!

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Kim's card is too sweet! I love her big Lawn Trimmings bow and how she cut out the trees. Very cute!

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Julie's card is awesome! I love her non traditional Christmas colors and the way she put the bow on the tree. This is a great easy-to-reproduce idea!

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Linda's layout is awesome! I love her digital die cut title from Fa-La-La papers and the way she cut presents out of the Oh What Fun Fa-La-La paper and added Lawn Trimmings bows. This is such a cute way to showcase photos from Christmas morning!


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!

Now, I have a little video for you showing these sets in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel(This is a long one because there are so many parts to the set! If you don't have time to watch it all, the "review" of everything starts at the 12:35 minute mark! The card making starts at 7:15! :) )
Thank you so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at "Let it Snow". Tomorrow we have more fun examples to show you! For now, though, it's giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us it if snows where you live by October 19th at 10:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Friday October 19th for our next inspiration week day!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys! :)      

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

228 comments:

  1. Love the samples! It snow sometimes here in Seattle. Th combo of hills, ice/snow, automatic cars and timid snow drivers, well it often shuts the city down if it is substantial (aka a couple of inches)! True story!

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  2. I live in Oregon, and rain is MUCH more common here than snow... we do get the occasional flurries at times (not very many though)!! I do LOVE this set though... AWESOME!!!

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  3. I love in India..and the region that I live in never experiences snow fall :( Hence I have never ever seen snow ! It only snows in the Northern region of india...
    Thanks for a chance to win !

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  4. Oh my gosh, the card with the pink snow background is super! And stamping on a candle holder! And the box and tag! I LOVE this set. :)

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  5. What a cute stamp set! Love the DT cards~ especially that pink background~

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    1. Since I live in So. Cali., I rarely get to see snow unless we go to the mountains. And even then, it's often man-made snow.

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  6. OMGosh you ladies are so talented! I hope I can come and play with you all someday!

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  7. Wow, everything is so fabulous- what a great job the DT has created!

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  8. It sure does snow where I live! I love snow, although now that I drive I can understand why some people don't.

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  9. Fabulous samples! This set is my absolute favorite! Gotta have it!
    I get a little dusting of snow where I live. Maybe just a couple of times each winter, and it is sure beautiful!
    DeniseB

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  10. Hahahahahha Snow. No not at all!.. I'm in the heart of Arizona. "but it's a dry heat"
    Wait I guess it does snow but not near me.. way up in the mountains. It's a drive.
    I do have to say I am in love with those Christmas Bells.. I think i don't have one stamp of a bell. This is a must for my supply.

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  11. I live in N. Cali (you know the place!) and it rarely snows here! In that rare occasion that snow falls, it doesn't usually stick to the ground. It did snow several inches many years ago - enough to make a small snowman. I think I was 2 at the time...

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  12. Yes, it sometimes snows here and there's always the mountains close enough to get more if needed! (Southern BC (Canada))
    Great creations.
    Thanks.

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  13. No snow here in L.A. :-( but those cards are super adorable! and I loved the video :D

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  14. I live in Italy and yesterday the snow fell on our northern mountains (Alpi), but usually snow appears on december.
    I love the Christmas bell card!!!!

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  15. Beautiful cards.
    We have lots of snow in winter which is nice! And half the spring, which is not so nice=)

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  16. Gorgeous projects, love the colours & the stamps are great :)
    This year we had less snow than the year before when it snowed in 5 out of the 12 months :)

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  17. Ok just added that to the list of Lawn Fawn Must Haves!

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  18. Nope it doesn't snow here in the Sacramento area! I miss NH's snow storms though!

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  19. Love all the projects by DT. This set is gonna be my favorite to date.

    Well it doesn't snow as much as I would like to where I am now and sadly I'll be relocating to a tropical country soon. Makes me kinda sad knowing I'll be missing out on the 4 seasons.

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  20. Ugh, yup to the snow....waaaaaay more than anyone could like!!!! I'm in Upstate NY and while I love the snow itself and even doing things in it and of course, watching beautifully falling BUT driving in it stresses me out (and I drive for work!)
    So...during winter I really have to go to my "happy place" by rubber stamping a lot.
    Gorgeous samples everyone!

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  21. It definitely snows here in NJ!!!

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  22. It definitely snows in Atlantic Canada!! The most I remember was the year we had 12 foot snowbanks...because I had to shovel SOOO much! lol Love having distinct seasonal changes though so it all evens out :)

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  23. I hate it when it snows here in the Netherlands. Although the nature is so pretty and I love to take a walk then, it gives also a lot of trouble for me cause I do everything by bike....

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  24. No, it doesn't snow where I live. I've never seen snow with my own eyes. Hopefully I will next year when I visit the USA for a holiday!

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  25. We usually get a lot of snow in the winter....last year Mother Nature was easy on us!

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  26. We usually get a lot of snow in the winter....last year Mother Nature was easy on us!

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  27. If we are lucky we get one good snow. Last year nothing!

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  28. no not expecting, im livingin a tropical country :D

    cheryl131091 at yahoo dot com

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  29. Just adore these trees!!! Gorgeous work everyone!!! I live in Ohio, so we always get snow!!

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  30. Love your new sets...so fun. We totally get buried in snow as I live in Ontario Canada. The kids get so excited about it all....I on the other hand feel less excited to see it.

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  31. Love this set - the trees are all so different x

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  32. Just love those chevron Christmas trees.

    ** Kate **

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  33. Looking at all these I wish it would snow here! So much cuteness! Alas, Bermuda is a snow free zone...

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  34. Love the different ways the set is showcased! I also follow your blog!

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  35. You have an amazing design team. They create images that put all your new cute stamps on the must have list.
    Hugs and smiles

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  36. No snow here in the Netherlands, yet. =)

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  37. It doesn't snow by Oct. 19, but probably will by Jan. :)

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  38. Yes, we have snow in Michigan. We don't have as much snow as we did when I was a little girl. This set is so sweet and versatile. You've sold me on yet another Lawn Fawn set!

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  39. Great stamp set. Love all the different tree options. I live in CT, so we definitely get a lot of snow, some years more than others.

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  40. This blog is so chock full of wonderful ideas, but it is so damaging to my wallet. Ha!
    We are expecting a snowy winter here in Maryland according to the Farmer's Almanac and there's no better way to spend a snowy day than inside stamping and creating.

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  41. I've only lived in ohio two years. The first year we got a lot of snow but last year we only got like an inch. I liked last year better. I'm not a snow or cold person at all.

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  42. Lived in Mesa AZ for past few years and just moved to MI in an area that gets snow and lake effect snow. I am actually looking forward to the first real snowfall of the year

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  43. lovely sample cards, candles, etc. I especially love the flowing movement across the first card, wonderfully guides the eye across the card!!!! This is a set I would love to have....looks VERY versatile! thanks for the chance to win!

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  44. I'm living in a small village outside of Stuttgart, Germany, and we get lots of snow. I love it! So pretty! I have really liked your last couple of Christmas stamp sets with all the options they have and the ability create your own scene. Too, too cool!

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  45. All of these projects are so cute! Yes, it snows here. It is so pretty for the first week, and then I get tired of it. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  46. These are all so fabulous!!! Lee-Ann :)

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  47. I knew I would want this set after seeing your samples!

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  48. Yup it snows where I live and it gets very cold too. Still not ready for winter :(

    Great set, it's so cute!

    Serena

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  49. It doesn't really snow much here but when it does it disappears by the end of the day or is an enormous storm. Very cute winter set...thanks for the chance to win.

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  50. I've never seen snow in my life!
    I live in Florida!

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  51. Lovely cards!! Another great set!!! (: I live in New York, so yes, it does snow here every winter!!! I love how pretty the snow is, but having to clean my card after a snow storm isn't pretty at all! HA! (:

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  52. I live by the sea so sometimes it snows but it's rare

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  53. Let it Snow has so many possibilities! Would love to win something! You are awesome for giving everyone a chance to win!

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  54. Wow. Wow. Wow. There is so much creative talent here! So many great projects today. I am in love with this set! It's so cute and versatile. Great video, Kelly! I love the way you walk us through each of the sets...super fun! :)

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  55. Those trees are great. Love all your stamps. Thanks

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  56. This is truely a great set. So many possibilities especially that snow background. Just loved you card and the DT examples too. Yainea's card is so unique but she always thinks outside the box doesn't she. LOL. Live in MN but origionally from Covina, CA. So growing up the only snow we saw is when we drove up to Mt. Baldy. No snow as of yet but I know it's coming. Thanks for the opportunity to own this great set.

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  57. oops - forgot the snow part. It does snow here in Pennsylvania, but not for a couple of months.

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  58. LOVE the CHEVRON trees!
    Yes, it snows here...Wish it were PINK snow like Yainea's card:)

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  59. I love the retro look of the cards and stamp.

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  60. Wow, I love everything! You ladies are always so inspirational. Thanks! :)

    Luvs,
    Annie Rose

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  61. no snow at home yet, but we will. hopefully not until after Christmas though.

    love the pink card with the bunny. super cute!

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  62. Yes, it does snow here in the Northeast where I live. I'm not a fan of snow but it is pretty.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  63. I love this cute set and all the projects showcased on today's post!! We do get a little snow where I live and on occasion a real storm.

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  64. These are some awesome projects!!!

    No, it does not snow where I live :) in South Florida. Sometimes I wish it would - for like A DAY - I know I couldn't handle the snow in any large dose. But it sure is pretty!! And I just love this stamp set!! The trees are simply beautiful.

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  65. Amazing projects by Design Team....so cool...love the different ideas of background and colors..superb..:-)
    We get snow here..and I love it...:-)

    Thank you so much Lawn Fawn... :-)

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  66. Love this stamp set, so cute. We almost never get snow, but when we do it's either just enough to make the ground white or it's mixed with lots of ice.

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  67. OH YES!!!!!!!!!!!!! It snows where I live!!!!!!!!!! AND OH YES!!!!!!!!!!!!! I WANT these Christmas stamps!!!!!!!!!!!! :) It snows so much here when I look out the window, I feel like I'm IN one of those SNOW GLOBES!!!!!!!! :) AND your stamps are SO simple, BUT you can DO SOOOOOOOOO MUCH WITH THEM!!!!!!!!! AND they're SOOO CUTE!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  68. Love the Let It Snow set. The trees are great and the snowflakes too!

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  69. What delightful card creations! I do so adore Lawn Fawn images, especially for holiday cardmaking! We have LOTS of snow every season here in Nebraska!

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  70. This is such a great set, all the traditional winter/christmas icons and sentiments. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  71. Well, the snow can start as early as November... and it usually lasts until April. It's Canada, baby! We love snow but there is a period in February - March when I think enough already...

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  72. Oh boy does it snow where we live! We are West Coast transplants so all this snow is new to us!

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  73. LOVED the video and the projects shared today!! =)
    We actually have already had snow!! Two weeks ago we got three days worth of snow about 3 inches total!! It usually snows at least once by the end of oct. here in Nebraska!! THANKS for the chances to win and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  74. It definitely snows here (in Alberta Canada)! In fact we're supposed to get some this Saturday!

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  75. Malaysia do not snow but these days has been rainy days which is cold!

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  76. Yes it definitely snows here in Ohio. I love to watch it when I can stay home in front of a fire with hot chocolate.

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  77. A fabulous set Kelly. I especially love the chevron trees. It does snow here. It is beautiful; I can not imagine living somewhere without change of seasons. donna c

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  78. I live in MN, so yes we get lots of snow. Great set, love those trees! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  79. I just LOVE this sweet stamp set! Can't wait to get my hands on them, too! Thanks so much for the video, and for all the inspiration from the DT!
    "Liked" Lawn Fawn again on FB :-)

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  80. so cute! I love the variety of the trees with different sizes - some solid and herringbone.I think my favorite stamp in the set is the snow stamp and the bell! :) thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  81. Love this set! Very pretty card Kelly!

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  82. Oh yes we get snow here in Ohio and the kids love it! I am however loving your amazing new stamps!!! So cute and the fa la la paper mixes perfectly with it! LOVE!

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  83. Enjoyed the video so much as always! Fabulous set and I LOVE the snowflakes embossed in white! All great samples today, thanks.

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  84. What a fabulous set. I absolutely LOVE the candle holder example. It looks beautiful with those wonderful little trees circling the candle!

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  85. Love this set, especially the chevron trees! It definitely does not snow here on October 19th....we're hoping for ANY snow this year.

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  86. Such fun inspiration! Does it snow in Wisconsin- ummm YES!

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  87. Well we move alot and we are currently in Louisiana so not much snow here. Love this set!

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  88. Wow, more great projects! Love them!

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  89. Fabulous set! Love the various trees! No, no snow here. Well it does very rarely and we all freak out because we don't know how to drive in it. :p

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  90. Love this stamp set!! No it isn't going to snow by tomorrow...the forecast calls for rain.

    Misty K in Ohio
    mk10993@aol.com

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  91. I live in East Texas and it rarely snows. If we get 1" in a year, everyone freaks out! :)

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  92. I definitely get snow in Ottawa, Canada...I can't imagine Christmas without it!

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  93. It does snow here in the Pacific Northwest where I live - but I *hate* snow :) I grew up in coastal Alaska, in a town which typically gets the most snow per year, in the world ... I have had my share of snow, and my share of shoveling and brushing off cars, etc. I like where I live now because we get snow maybe once a year, and about only an inch at a time. Much better than over 30 feet per year! YIKES! But I do love IMAGES of snow, and look forward to using these stamp sets to make some fun snow-themed cards. THANKS Kelly Marie! I love Lawn Fawn!!!!

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  94. Yes we definitely get snow here in Minnesota!! Such cute cards!! Love the bunny slidding!!

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  95. It does snow here in the Pacific Northwest where I live - but I *hate* snow :) I grew up in coastal Alaska, in a town which typically gets the most snow per year, in the world ... I have had my share of snow, and my share of shoveling and brushing off cars, etc. I like where I live now because we get snow maybe once a year, and about only an inch at a time. Much better than over 30 feet per year! YIKES! But I do love IMAGES of snow, and look forward to using these stamp sets to make some fun snow-themed cards. THANKS Kelly Marie! I love Lawn Fawn!!!!

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  96. It does occasionally snow where I live {west coast of Canada] but usually we just [thankfully] get rain! Love this set!

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  97. Not in Las Vegas! Or I should say just once in my 2.5 years stay here! And the snow melted in 3 hours.

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  98. No snow where I live, but I do enjoy visiting places where it snows. Thanks for sharing these great cards and projects:)

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  99. It doesn't snow in central Florida, other than the fake snow. Your "Let it snow" stamp cheers me up, almost as much as the real thing!! Love all the ways you can use it. Love the video and card you made!!! Amazing!! ;-D

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  100. It's supposed to snow here in Ohio...but weird weather meant very little last year. And a blizzard just a few years ago.

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  101. I LOVE this set. Totally adorable, just like all the others! The DT's cards and layouts are awesome too.

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  102. Yes, we usually get quite a bit of snow here in Northeast Ohio.

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  103. Great cards! And thanks for the chance to win!

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  104. I love these tree and snowflake stamps! They are just too cute!

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  105. great video-thanks! it snows here, but doesn't stick around very long. luckily, I live close to some mountains, so I can see snow there a good chunk of the year.

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  106. Great samples!! It doesn't snow where I live but the mountains are just a day trip away :)

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  107. Yainea's card is absolutely amazing! I'm loving the pink background!

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  108. Simply fabulous uses of those tree stamps, how fun that each project is so different then the others.

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  109. Wonderful set. No, it doesn't snow in San Diego. Thanks for the chance to win some pretend snow.

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  110. It snows quite a bit here (Wisconsin) - but it doesn't seem like we get as much as we did when I was a child (or maybe it's because I'm taller now)

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  111. Sooo cute! It does snow here, about 3 inches, and it shuts the whole city down (Seattle). Ha!

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  112. We do get a little snow here in North Texas, and I love it!!! I always take pictures of it like I've never seen snow before, lol!!! Love Let It Snow!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  113. No snow here in SF but we love to go up to Tahoe a couple of times a year to get some of the white stuff! :)

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  114. Wow i love these creations! The candle holder is so festive and pretty! We dont have snow yet and last year was bare but hopefully this year we get some... Although i'd appreciate it if it stayed off the roads! :) lol

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  115. First, let me just say...all the projects are beautiful!! Now, to answer your question...Nope. No snow here, in Florida!! And if somehow how it were to, I would be moving (I'm not one, for the cold)! :)

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  116. Love the graphic trees in this set - so cool. No snow here yet, lots and LOTS of rain though :/

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  117. It most definitely snows up here in the Great White North, but none that has stayed yet this year. I love this set! The featured projects are great - I especially like the use of pink for a wintery card. Very cute!

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  118. Oh wow!! Totally love the DT's projects!!
    Awesome!!
    Thanks, Lawn Fawn for another great inspiration week!
    You guys rock!

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  119. We were actually lucky enough to get snow on Christmas day a few years ago! It was my first white Christmas and it was beautiful!
    I LOVE this set. It's so versatile! Even if I hadn't when I first saw it, I would after watching the video. It's so obvious that Kelly adores it I just want to run out and buy it! Thank you for loving the products you sell, Ladies! It shows!
    Have a great day!
    -D

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  120. I live in Ontario, Canada so it definitely snows here! Love these projects and the new Lawn Fawn Stamps sets!

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  121. So many wonderful holiday projects with this great new set! TFS

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  122. It doesn't snow often where I live, and it seems that when it does snow, the snow doesn't stick around.

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  123. What a cute set! It doesn't snow here in California's Bay Area, but I'm okay with that. The spirit of the holidays is still here when I celebrate Christmas with my friends and family. :)

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  124. Love this retro, uber-cool set! And yes, it definitely snows in Erie, PA. We locals say that we have two seasons here: winter and road construction.

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  125. Here at the beach in Southern California, we get to drive to the mountains for snow--unless a neighbor rents that snow machine to make some snow.

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  126. Snows in Indiana! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the chevron trees!

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  127. We only get a light dusting of snow once every 8 years or so. And it's big deal when it does happen.

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  128. Gorgeous cards!! I love love the candle!!

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  129. Very pretty & creative projects!!

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  130. I does snow where we live! Beautiful!

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  131. So so cute!!! Snows in Michigan -- for sure!!!

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  132. We've been lucky the past two years with mild winters, but I have a feeling its going to be a snowy winter here. Adorable projects!!!

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  133. This is an adorable little set!

    We do get some snow. But usually not too much!

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  134. I love this set! It's so nice to see them used in so many different ways. The DT is very inspirational!

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  135. Living in Chicago, if the politicians aren't blowing, the snow is!
    Love this set! Those candle holders are so sweet!

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  136. It does snow where I live, but not until January and February usually! Cute set! Love that snow bank, how versatile!

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  137. Absolutely love and adore this set! Those trees are fabulous! The DT has done a great job with their projects. The video was fabulous!

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  138. What an AMAZING stamp set! Love all of the BEAUTIFUL projects...thank you for sharing the wonderful ideas to inspire me :)
    Have a great day! :)

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  139. Yes it snows here in Virginia!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  140. It snows and it snows and it snows here in Maine!

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  141. I wished it snowed MORE where we live...Nashville, TN. Not much snow usually. I love snow and I love this stamp set! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  142. Oh yes, definitely snows here in southeastern Michigan. Unfortunately! If I didn't have to drive to work every day, then I'd love it.

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  143. I love this set...no, we don't get snow in San Diego, except for a little bit in the local mountains nearby.

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  144. It most definitely snows here in Indiana & I love every bit of it!

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  145. No snow in Orange County,CA, as you know. So we have to drive there....

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  146. Love this new set! Those trees are adorable. I live in Syracuse, NY and we always have snow. Except last year, which kind of scares us for this year.

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  147. I live inTexas where you never know what kind of weather you'll wake up to from day to day. However, I've yet to see snoe in October.

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  148. I live in Malaysia, so NO snow here... i come to love this set more and more... I want to have ONE :)

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  149. Love, love, love this stamp set. It's so versatile and the projects made with the set today were fabulous. this just went to the top of my want list. WOW! Great tutorial and the little card was so cute. Thanks for sharing the fun.

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  150. I think I have to make another purchase for this adorable set!! Love it!

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  151. This is my favorite Christmas stampset so far! I really like how simple and versatile it is... Would love to win this set ;) Thanks for a chance to win!

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  152. WHAT SUPER FUN STAMPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) LOOOOOOOOOOVE THE TREES!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) SOMEBODY'S SUPER CREATIVE!!!!!!!!!!!! :) LOVE THE PROJECTS!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  153. I have and love this set. i love the font and the chunky exclamation point

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  154. I'm in South Texas, so no, there is no snow where I live.
    Unless you count the time maybe once a year when we see flakes...but then it melts before touching the ground. :(
    Love this set, and I LOVE the samples from your team. Super-cute!

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  155. I live in chicago so thats a given! I TRULY adore this set, thank you so much for the chance

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  156. I live in Florida so the only snow is in my scraproom....I LOVE to work with snowy items .... reminds me of growing up in Chicago. I love this set and would love to win it.

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  157. I live in Lima Perú and don't snow here on december the weather is changing to summer.

    Love all the cards, with so many wonderful ideas.

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  158. Love these! The candles are very cool!

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  159. wonderful projects, really like the candles and the packages with matching tags. It does snow here in PA, sometimes alittle sometimes alot lol thanks for the inspirations and the chance to win.

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  161. Love the winter bunnies and trees on the card! And I wish for snow every year in San Diego, but it has on,y happened once in my lifetime.

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  162. I miss a good snow but don't want to see it here in NC. Two years ago, 1" of snow and 1/2" of ice shut everything down for over 4 days. When we lived in NJ, 2-3' of snow shut things down for a day or so. I miss snow... where it can be handled. It snows here but thankfully not much. Cute stuff today btw! :)

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  163. It definitely snows where I live in Canada. Love this stamp set!

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  164. Definitely snows here, but not as much as I would like!

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  165. I live in the upper peninsula of Michigan and it for sure snows here - way too much!!

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  166. So many beautiful ideas with the Let it Snow set.... it snows a lot in Maryland, or not at all! ;) I want more!

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  167. It doesn't really snow here in Nor Cal. Maybe a tiny bit every 4-6 years.

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  168. It sure does snow here in Iowa! I love this set! Thank you for the chance!!

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  169. Where I live most of the snow comes as a liquid but when it really does snow, everything seems so quiet, bright, and magical.

    I love the Let It Snow stamp set and I love the way you have introduced it in your video. Your enthusiasm is contagious! I would love to see the bow stamped on the trunk of the largest chevron tree, part way up. Great set!

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  170. what a cute set of stamps!!
    I love this set... doesn't it give you that warm feeling of Christmas ? I love this feeling of family and coziness =)

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  171. I wish... I grew up in Canada and it would probably still be snowing every June, now I live in Australia and all you get is cold rain. I rather miss the snow christmas should be cold not hot is just seems unnatural. Anyway, I love this stamp set it works in so many ways. Thanks for giving us a chance to win :)

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  172. Another amazing stamp set! I love it!

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  173. Oh yes, yes it snows. It's the greatest snow on earth!

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  174. Unfortunately we don't get snow here in the Bay Area but we have snow 4hrs away in Tahoe! Love all the cards and Chari's candle is way cool! Great gift idea!

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  175. My comment is the same as Angie M. Above me as I live in the Bay Area, too. LOVE the inspiration being shared!! My favorite was the bunny on the sled card! I'm looking forward to watching all the YouTube videos now!!

    LuvkittysFandF at gmail dot com

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  176. I loooove this set! Those are the perfect trees! I live in the north of Spain, and snow here is very rare, maybe we get it one or two days a year, and it tends to be in February, so no "white Christmas" for us!

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  177. live in western wa, and yup, it can snow here, but i hope it doesn't this year :)

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  178. Such an adorable set! It rarely snows where I live (Ireland) but I LOVE the snow, so am so happy when it does!!

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  179. Love the set!! Those candles are so sweet!! Yes it snows here in Maine a bit too much!! lol

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  180. Let it snow...let it snow...let it snow... It doesn't snow where I live, but one can always dream, right?!

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  181. Oh my goodness, adorable projects! I love this set! Nope, no snow here!

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  182. It doesn't really snow where I live but I got enough of that when I lived in South Dakota and Nebraska earlier in life. And I still visit regularly enough to get my fill. And when I need a little extra there are stamps like this. ;)

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  183. This one is a favorite. You all have done it again!

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  184. Love every single project, thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win!!

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  185. I love this set, and unfortunately it hardly ever snows where I live.

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  186. Love the stamps sets and all
    the wonderful inspiration.

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  187. Kelly, your Stamping and Masking technique was new to me when I stumbled on it on You Tube with your Gingerbread house video - I LOVE IT! I just HAD to share it with my followers on my blog, so THANK YOU! That stamp set is WAY TOO CUTE, and I'l definitely be buying it very soon! http://valbydesign.com/stamping-and-masking-with-lawn-fawn/#

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  188. Those trees in this set are the best!!!

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  189. Hi again,
    Oh yes, it snows quite a bit where I live...in the Northeast area of the U.S.!!!

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  190. Totally adorable set!!! We sometimes get snow during the winter...but we have NO true snow removal equipment here in the Seattle area...so even a single flake flying sends everyone into a frenzy...which is fun to watch as long as I don't have anywhere to go! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  191. awesome projects. Love the trees. Perfect for winter. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  192. This is a really cute set! I live in the Northern part of Texas so we can get some snow not very much and it doesn't stick for very long if we do get some. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  193. I live in Norway, and yes - it does snow here. A lot during the heavy winter! As a country we are very used to it though, we have lots of snow plows and other snow removing/handlig gear that keeps us going even in snowy weather =) Oh - and we have a saying here in Norway that really shows how many Norwegians think of weather: "There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing" (originally in Norwegian, of course =)

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  194. Yay!! Love how this set compliments the other winter sets I have from you already. Yes, it snows here.....some years we can measure it in feet and sometimes it can only be measured in inches. I love the changing of the seasons here. =)

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