Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here today from the Die Cut Design Team. By now you have seen many projects using the Distress Oxides on Soft Finish Cardstock. I have tried out many kinds of cardstock and none come close to the effect on SFC. I want to show you another technique combining Soft Finish Cardstock, Distress Oxides and stencils. Below you will find the steps to replicate this card.
It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a tutorial for the Die Cutting Design Team today. As most of you know, I love pop up cards and I was super excited when I found out that we were getting a set of general pop up dies to create all sorts of fun projects. I designed a birthday card card using the new General Pop Ups die set along with a couple of other new dies that are being released this month. I don’t know about you, but I can never make too many birthday cards.
Hi Everyone! Welcome to another Sunday Stamping feature with Hedgehog Hollow. I am thrilled to be back and appreciate how much you liked my Christmas card idea last month. I am so looking forward to the new releases from Elizabeth Craft Designs. You can check them out in the store here. I am looking forward to creating more holiday cards to share with you very soon! Whilst playing around with my watercolors I discovered a different wash technique and I knew that the dragonfly dies would be perfect to set this card off with a zing, I love a card with 3D accents and these are some of my favorites. As usual, I have lots of techniques in today’s video. Let’s get started!
Hello everybody, it´s Sanna here and it´s my turn to post a tutorial for the Die Cut Design Team today. If you know me, you know that I love color. I have been going up and down ever since the Distress Oxides arrived and told myself I don´t really need more inks. Well, eventually I gave in and got myself a set of six colors. Needless to say, I totally fell in love with the inks and I am afraid I am going to need a few more colors soon. The inks work so nicely with the Soft Finish Cardstock, too. (Am I finding excuses to buy a few more colors? Yes, I am…)
Hello to all you wonderful craft-loving friends. Today is my turn to post on Elizabeth Craft Designs blog with a design for Susan’s Garden Design Team.
The card I created features the wildflowers that grow right here in Maine. The flowers are arranged in Susan’s Garden Notes Pottery Pitcher, a die that is made to look like an old enamel pitcher. I love having the actual flowers to look at as I create them in paper. Most of the wildflowers are found growing either in my field or along the roadside as I drive into town. The one I could not find was the blue chicory. I had my husband driving around to find some, but we were a few days too early and by the time I was ready to create the chicory they were in bloom.
Good Morning, it’s Tina here today from the Coloring Team. I am so excited to be sharing the new coloring stamps from Krista Schneider. If you thought the first release was awesome then you will be blown away from the new release! Today I am using the Give A Hoot clear stamps and matching dies as well as showing you how the ModaScrap patterned paper work well together. Below you will find the steps to replicating this card.
Hello! Diana here today with not just one but two cards to share with you using just one die. The initial setup takes a bit more time but it makes for two fun and shimmery cards. I chose to use the A Way With Words Happy Birthday die as my focal point. Sometimes you just don’t want to cover up the background too much, right?
Hi Crafty Friends,
Hello everyone! How are you? Can you believe it’s August already? Luckily it’s only the start so it still feels like summer, but autumn will soon be slowly creeping in. Not that I have a problem with that. I rather like the beginning of the autumn with the long, warm evenings and the golden light that makes the pine trees appear to be deep red. And the leaves, the colorful leaves that start to turn to red, orange, yellow and gold and then rustle under your step. A wonderful time!
This time I did a layout to celebrate autumn and a card using the same techniques. Add a dandle or two to turn it into a birthday card, or send it just to make someone’s day, no special occasion needed!
Let’s get started with the tutorial so you can make your own golden leaves to greet autumn!