Hello everyone!! I’m so glad to share with you a new project. Some days ago I was in my country house and I was trying to save some poppies from the lawn mower and to arrange them inside a very old and dirty glass. I was so happy about the final result, that I though that could be great to make something similar on paper. So, here the project for you!
Hi everyone, it’s Luciana here and I’m so happy to be back on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog to share a layout that I created thinking of wildflowers and celebrating my passion for tea infusions.
The project evokes a summer table seen from above, with a cup of tea, a spoon and some wildflowers with their scattered petals.
Hi everyone, it’s Luciana here and I’m so happy to be back on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog to share a project that I’ve create to celebrate a special girl’s 30th birthday.
The inspiration behind this card came from a vintage Polaroid photo. I used 2 die sets – the Dashing Squares and the Dashing Rectangles.
Hello everyone, this is Luciana here with a new post that I hope will inspire you!
Today we will create a fun and sophisticated flower bouquet card. I played with the individual stamped flowers and leaves plus some die cut leafy branches and this is the result!
Hello everyone!! It’s Luciana here with a tutorial that I hope you will like ^-^
I used the Triangle Box die by ModaScrap. It is so fun!
Luciana here with another little tutorial ^-^
This time I have prepared a cute paperclip that you can use for several purposes: your planner, books, but also as an embellishment for a card, a parcel or a gift. Very useful, isn’t it ?
I used the sweet Bunny and the Spring Basket dies designed by Joset van de Burgt. You will also need White Soft Finish Cardstock and some colored ink pads.
Hello everyone!! I’m Luciana, or LucyWonderland if you prefer ^-^
[English isn’t my first language so please forgive me every eventual mistake ^-^ ]
I’m really exited to be part of this team, and for my first post I would like to create something that pops up, just because I love things that pop up!I like playing with pages and cards, that pull, push, turn and fold, open and discover…and so on!
So I like creating a card with flowers that simply come out from the base. The Gathering Basket from the Garden Notes collection offered me the right soluction.