Inspiration from the Design Team – July

Hi Everyone,

Our Elizabeth Craft Designs Design Team have again been busy throughout the month creating some fabulous cards using Elizabeth Craft Designs stamps, dies, etc.  As most of these are posted on their personal blogs, there may have been a few cards you may have missed. Today we have a few that we found that we thought you might like to see or are worth a second look.

For more information about any of the cards shown below, click on the link on the Design Team member’s name and you will be taken to the blog post for that particular card.

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Hello Welcome! Samantha here sharing a card I created using two of my favourite Elizabeth Craft Designs dies. One of the things I love about dies is how easy and simple they are to work with. I had originally planned to colour the leaves in, but after colouring one in with Copic Markers I realised that it would take quite a decent amount of time and that I could achieve an equally striking and bright look by using some scrap left over pieces of cardstock that I have in my stash. Continue reading

Inspiration from the Design Team – April 2

Hi Everyone,

Our Elizabeth Craft Designs Design Team have again been busy throughout the month creating some fabulous cards using Elizabeth Craft Designs stamps, dies, etc.  As most of these are posted on their personal blogs, there may have been a few cards you may have missed. Today we have a few that we found that we thought you might like to see or are worth a second look.

For more information about any of the cards shown below, click on the link on the Design Team member’s name and you will be taken to the blog post for that particular card.

EK Gorman created this gorgeous scenic card using Woodland Pals Clear Stamp set; Dashing Rectangles die set and Snowstorm & Mounds, Earth & Sky, and Mountain & Split Rail Fence Stencils on White Soft Finish Cardstock. Make sure you go to EK’s blog post to find the video where she shows how she created this scene.

Selma Stevenson created this gorgeous card featuring Stargazer Lilies which would be the perfect card for Mother’s Day. Selma used Garden Notes – Lily 2, Garden Notes – Leafy Berry Branch 1, Garden Notes – Ostrich Fern, Love Struck, Dancing Butterflies and A Way With Words – Baby Love die sets. White Soft Finish Cardstock, PanPastel Flower Coloring Kit 1 and Pollen were also used on this card.

Tanja Kabel created this adorable card using the sweet lion from the ModaScrap Color of Puppies Boy Clear Stamp set with coordinating dies along with ModaScrap Love, Life Tag and Garden Notes – Maidenhair Fern die sets. ModaScrap Color of Puppies Boy Pattern Paper was also used on this card.

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you enjoyed seeing some of the ideas our Design Team came up with this month and will be inspired to make your own versions of these cards!

 

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Inspiration from the Design Team – April

Hi Everyone,

During the past couple of weeks our Elizabeth Craft Designs Design Team have again been busy creating some fabulous cards using Elizabeth Craft Designs stamps, dies, etc.  As most of these were posted on their personal blogs, you may have missed some of them. Today we want to showcase a few that are well worth a second look.

For more information about any of the cards shown below, click on the link on the Design Team member’s name and you will be taken to the blog post for that particular card.

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Inspiration from the Design Team – March

Hi Everyone,

Our Elizabeth Craft Designs Design Team have again been busy during the past month creating some fabulous cards using Elizabeth Craft Designs stamps, dies, etc.  As most of these were posted on their personal blogs, you may have missed some of them. Today we want to showcase a few that are well worth a second lool.

For more information about any of the cards shown below, click on the link on the Design Team member’s name and you will be taken to the blog post for that particular card.

Continue reading