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Melanie Smith

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Mosaic Card Using The Circle Background Die

April 20, 2017

Welcome Friends,

DT Melanie here with you today sharing a really fun card designed completely with Elizabeth Craft Designs’ dies. The Circle Background Die was such fun to work with. This mosaic design feels mesmerizing to me. It is actually really easy to create too! Below are the simple directions so you can make your own.

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A Little Kitty Fun w/ Purr & Dreamers Stamp & Die Sets

April 7, 2017

Welcome Back!

DT Melanie here sharing a fun little mix of two different stamp sets by Krista Schneider for Elizabeth Craft Designs. The kitty is part of the Purr Clear Stamp set. This little orange tabby just looked like he was up to no good so I paired him up with the thought bubble and ball of yarn from the Dreamers’ Clear Stamp set.

Both of the above-mentioned clear stamp sets also have matching die sets to coordinate with them.

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Tea Time Stamps and Dies

February 10, 2017

Hello Friends,

Coloring Design Team Member Melanie here with you today to share a card made with a really fun stamp and die set from Elizabeth Craft Designs’ brand new stamp line by Krista Schneider. These adorable sets have such a whimsical feel to them and are perfect for coloring with any medium. The matching dies are so precise and make just wonderful projects.

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Peacock Feather Bookmark

January 26, 2017

Hi Friends,

Melanie here today to share with you a fun bookmark that I made as a gift for my mother. I have created it using the NEWLY released Peacock Feather die from Joset Designs.

As soon as I saw the new Stitched Fishtail Banners die set it screamed to me “Bookmarks!” so that is my focus with this project.

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