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Butterfly Aperture

January 28, 2018

Hi Everyone!  Marilyn here and I am excited to have been asked to join the design team at Elizabeth Craft Designs.

Today is my day to post my project on the blog and for my project I decided to make a card using the Butterfly Aperture die and the Love Sentiments stamp set.  The Butterfly Aperture is a two piece die which includes the outline plus the inner cut outs.

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Sent With Love

January 18, 2018

 

Hello, y’all crafters. Happy Thursday! This is Siqi with my very first blog post for Elizabeth Craft Designs. As Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I wanted to create a love card not only for our beloved other half but also all the people that we love in our lives so I came up with this card design which features a very passionate red color scheme and elements that sparkle with glitter.

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Design Team Focus on New Release – Becky Seddon

January 15, 2018

Hi everyone,

Last week Elizabeth Craft Designs released products from two more of our Licensed Designers …. Becky Seddon and Susan’s Garden.

Today for our Design Team Focus on New Release the Design Team are featuring 12 brand new die sets by Becky Seddon.

Tomorrow’s Design Team Focus on New Release will be filled with awesome creations featuring Susan’s Garden latest release.

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Merry Christmas Card

December 22, 2017

 

Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Merry Christmas Card. Christmas is only three days away and if you need a last minute Christmas card, this card is a perfect option. Using the Festive Glow Die from Becky Seddon, the Stitched Ovals Dies from Els van de Burgt Studio and some Christmas patterned paper from ModaScrap this card came together quickly. I hope that you enjoy my tutorial!

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Merry Christmas Reindeer Silhouette Scene

December 14, 2017

Hi Crafty Fiends,

It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a tutorial for the Die Cut Design Team today. Alcohol Inks are becoming increasingly popular again lately, so I decided to pull mine out to have a play. I decided to create a night sky background using various colors of alcohol inks and then create a silhouette scene using the Reindeer die set. This card was fairly quick to create so would be good for mass production if anyone still has a batch of Christmas cards to make. If you haven’t been reminded lately, there are only 10 days to go!!!!

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Becky Seddon Shimmer Sheetz

Shimmer Sheetz Sunday: Snowflake Ornaments

December 10, 2017

By Judi Kauffman

Shimmer Sheetz ornaments add a special touch to a tree, mantel, or gift box. They’re also fun to mail instead of – or inside of – a holiday card!

Each of the three snowflakes in the new die set includes partially-cut elements that can be bent upward for dimension, a beautiful detail. Instead of cutting the snowflakes out of sparkly Shimmer Sheetz, I went for the opposite, the unexpected: Matte snowflakes with a sparkly 2-layer Shimmer Sheetz background.

Match the color of the snowflake to the color of the outer circle (Shown: White Iridescent SS). Choose a contrasting color for the Stitched Circle just behind the snowflake (Shown: Ruby Gemstone and Fire Opal Gemstone SS). See the supply list for more color options or pick your own combo!

Shimmer Sheetz is a challenge to photograph, but amazing in person, and the way light reflects off the surface of the Stitched Circle makes the ornaments really special.

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Snowflake Holiday Card

November 28, 2017

Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here from the Die Cut Team. There are less than 4 weeks to finish your holiday projects. Today’s tutorial is a simple yet elegant Snowflake Holiday Card that is easy to mass produce. Below you will find the steps to replicate this card.

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