Hello everyone! It’s EK here and I have a little non-traditional holiday card for you today. I thought it might be fun to make something unconventional since on Tuesday the Design Team played around with Classic Christmas ideas. For me, if you say “marshmallow” I think about summer and camping. However, I love the idea of roasted marshmallows becoming a sweet treat on a cold Christmas night! So here is a little kooky holiday card for all you marshmallow lovers.
We want to give a big, crafty congratulations to Heather O’Brien Springer for winning the #MyPaperMasterpiece Challenge!
Along with Susan Tierney-Cockburn, we challenged you to create a beautiful paper flower interpretation of a masterpiece/artist that inspires you. We may not all be able to paint like the Masters, but we can be influenced by their creativity and style – that influence can show up in our projects!
There were SO MANY beautiful designs and thoughtful stories shared, and we thank everyone who participated!
Our winner, Heather O’Brien Springer, submitted a total of 14 entires with inspirations from Claude Monet, Delmas Phelps, Thomas Kinkade and many others. You can see the details for each of her entries – as well as the rest of the entries – over on the Facebook Family Page here. *For winning the challenge, Heather will be able to choose three (3) of the new dies in the Garden Notes line, and will receive some other surprises provided by Elizabeth Craft Designs.
Take a look at all of Heather’s entries below (you can also click the picture to visit her original post on the Family Page), and be sure to congratulate her in the comments below!
Again, thank you to those who participated in the My Paper Masterpiece Challenge! Keep an eye out for more challenges 😊
Hello everyone, it´s Sanna Lippert here and it´s time for my September guest blog post tutorial. I created a fun and easy-to-do masculine card using the Backyard Barbeque die cut set and plenty of Soft Finish Cardstock for this month’s card.
Good morning! ONE of the aspects of scrapbooking and card making that I love is sometimes when you get carried away with something and it’s a good thing! When I began this exploding box I was going to add the sleigh as a regular die cut…..then I had the idea to make it 3D….then I wanted to add the ornaments and the poinsettias …. It took me a bit to figure things out but I am quite happy with the final results.
Today I am sharing how I created the 3D sleigh which you can use to decorate your Christmas projects.
Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here. When I think of winter and snowflakes I think white and a shimmer of blue. I knew when I saw Joset Designs’ newly released Snowflakes Die set that I had to make a glittery White/Blue Snowflake Card. Below are the steps to replicate it.
Hi Crafty Friends,
Hello my crafty friends, Christine here with another card I have designed using the Ultimate Glittered Napkin Technique. This technique is addicting, such fun and rewarding, and you will soon be looking at all napkins in a different way. I wish the glitter effect showed up better in photos as it really is sparkly.