I’m sure by now you’ve seen the new Snowglobe Scene set from Elizabeth Craft Designs. Today’s card focuses on using that set in a different way, extending the use of your dies. Birgit here to show you what I did.
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Feel Better Card. Joset from Joset Designs has just released an amazing new collection of dies and I fell in love with the Geometrix Background as well as the Sentiments 2 die set. The project really took shape when I combined different dies from Els van de Burgt Studio as well as paper from ModaScrap. I hope that you enjoy my tutorial!
By Judi Kauffman
I was so excited when I saw Suzanne Cannon’s new die set with the lovely, open flourished ornament frame and three words: Peace, Joy, Love. It fits right in with one of my favorite projects – making lightweight, durable, flat Shimmer Sheetz ornaments to send instead of cards. They require only a standard envelope and postage. And Shimmer Sheetz is waterproof so the ornaments can be cleaned with a damp cloth if they get dusty.
My first thought was to make three different Christmas ornaments, but then I had another idea: Make one ornament with the two words that felt seasonal and fit nicely within the open area of the ornament (Peace and Joy) and use the third word (Love) for an ornament suitable for birthdays and anniversaries, baby showers and Valentine’s Day! I added a Stitched Circle to the first, a Stitched Heart and a butterfly to the second.
Here’s the how-to:
Hi, it’s Sandy here with you today sharing two cards. It’s always fun to use our dies in an unexpected way and that’s what we are going to do. One of my favorite die sets is the Snowflakes and I’ve used it many times to make backgrounds or as a focal point on a card. This time I want to show you how to make a stunning Christmas wreath that is either elegant or festive depending on what colors are used.
Although I love the traditional deep reds, greens and golds of the holidays, on this gingerbread wreath card I instead used brighter pinks, greens and purples to create a fun, kid-friendly Christmas card. To me, the vibrant colors remind me of the candy pieces that typically adorn gingerbread houses and people and really captures the “Candy Land” feeling. Yum!
Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here today from the Die Cut Design Team. With it being mid October it’s time to tackle your Christmas Holiday projects. Today I have a wonderful die cut set to get you started. Below you will find the super easy steps to replicating this card.
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you today my Happy Holidays Fireplace Christmas Card. There are only 10 Mondays left until Christmas and it’s time for me to start creating my Christmas cards. I fell in love with Becky Seddon’s Hang the Christmas Stockings die and decided to make this the focal point of my card. The project really took shape when I combined different Christmas patterned papers from ModaScrap.
Hello everybody, it´s Sanna here from the Die Cutting Team to share a winter scenery card idea with you. I really like the combination of white and green in clean and simple cards and therefore decided to create a Christmas card in these colors.
Hello artlets! It’s Suzanne here today with a thoughtful card designed for someone who needs encouragement. Hope, Believe, Courage – these are some of the more important words in the A Way With Words Collection and today I’ve chosen to use Hope.
Choose some beautiful paper from your stash and let’s get started….