Hello Everyone, this is Christine from Susan’s Garden Design Team and today is my turn to post on the Elizabeth Craft Design’s Blog. My project uses Susan’s Hydrangea die along with several other dies. My designer paper is a sheet that I have been saving for several years now. I can’t even remember where I bought it. Do you ever do that, buy some paper that you love and then not use it because you are afraid that you will not be able to get more? I have decided I need to use some of those papers!
Hello out there my crafty friends. It is Christine here from Susan’s Garden Design Team. Today I am posting a card I made featuring Susan’s Garden Notes Pansy die along with her Garden Notes Ivy Vine. The color of the pansies comes from a photo I saw on Facebook last year that I fell in love with and the wooden box is because I love rustic, primitive things.
Hello to all my crafty friends out there! For us here in Maine spring is still a couple of months away but that hasn’t stopped me from thinking about spring flowers. Today my post for Susan’s Garden Team has Susan’s newly released Garden Notes Fairy – Rose Petal and she is watering a patch of tulips which is from one of her older releases.
Hello my crafty friends. Christine here from the Susan’s Garden Design Team with a card that showcases some of Susan’s latest releases. The new dies are Garden Notes Rose 3, Ivy Vine, and Pottery Pitcher. Susan just keeps coming up with more and more wonderful dies. The card is a 6″ X 6″ and here is how it was created.
Happy New Year – Welcome 2017! Hello Everyone, it is Christine from Susan’s Design Team. Today’s card is another winter theme card and although Christmas is over the card could be used as a birthday card for a winter birthday. My inspiration for this card was a square wreath that I had seen recently. This card features the beautiful cardinals, one of my very favorite birds.
Hello Everyone, Christine here from Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s Design Team.
Christmas is fast approaching hope that you all have your holiday shopping well underway. I wish you the happiest of holidays! It does not look much like Christmas here yet, the little snow that we have had was quickly washed away with rain but there is still time for a white Christmas.
My post today is a simple little snowman card. This card could be used as a Christmas Card but also could be used for a winter occasion. Here is how the card was made.
Hello Everyone, it is Christine from Susan’s Garden Design Team with a Christmas card using Susan’s Garden Notes Small Poinsettia and Whitepine Boughs and Pinecones, along with Elizabeth Craft Designs new Sea Glass Silk Microfine Glitter. This glitter is so pretty, the picture does not do it justice. This card is a 5-1/2″ X 4-1/4″ drapery-fold card.
Hello Everyone. It is Christine from Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s Design Team with another card tutorial. Today is a Christmas card made using a new release from the Susan’s Garden Notes series – Mistletoe. My card is a 6 X 6 gate-fold. Here is how I did it.
Hello everyone. WOW, Labor Day already. Where did the summer go? Christine here from the Susan’s Garden Design Team with my first Christmas card this year using several of Susan’s new releases. You must visit Elizabeth Craft Designs to see all the wonderful new dies, stencils and stamps, plus all of the other fantastic products they have.
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Hello Everyone, it is Christine here from the Susan’s Garden Club Design Team. I am so excited to be introducing 2 of Susan’s new releases, coming soon. I decided to use the Garden Notes Aster and the Canning Jar & Lid. She has both new Garden Notes and CountryScapes dies coming out and trust me, it was a hard decision to choose which ones I wanted to make first, but since summer is so short-lived here in Maine I decided to continue with flowers.
As crafters, I am sure many of you can relate to the fact most of us look at everything wondering what other purpose it could be used for, and that is what I did with the plastic packaging that most cutting plates come in and it is just what I used to cut my jar from.