It seems like we are all focused on Halloween and Christmas cards right now, but I thought it would be nice to take a moment to celebrate fall with a colorful bouquet of fall flowers using the new Blossom Time stamp set from Krista Schneider. I love how you can change the seasonal look of flower stamps just by changing their colors and I personally can’t resist all of the yellow, orange and red tones of fall.
Hello friends, it’s Sandy here today with a fun project that I hope you will enjoy. We all love using our dies to make cards, scrapbook pages, mixed media projects and layouts, but another way to make those crafting items go further is, of course, home decor. Halloween will be here before we know it but there is still plenty of time to add just one more decoration. Let’s scare up some fun!
Welcome to the Elizabeth Craft Designs Winter Sweater Blog Hop! Today we have something special for you. The Elizabeth Craft Designs Design Team have all been having so much fun playing with the Winter Sweater die set recently, so we decided to create a special blog hop to share all the amazing cards everyone has created using this set. Thie set can be used for many occasions … Christmas, winter, birthdays, male, female, kids, etc. Just change how you decorate the sweater!
To celebrate our Winter Sweater Blog Hop, you can receive 15% off the Winter Sweater die between today and Sunday October 1 by using the code “BRRR” at the checkout.
Hello everyone, it´s Sanna here today and it´s my turn to post a tutorial for the Die Cutting Design Team. I wanted to keep creating “spookalicious” cards, so as a result I made a black and white clean and simple style Halloween card. If you are looking for a simple and easy to do card idea, this might be of interest to you.
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Happy Holidays Christmas Card. The starting point for my project was the new Christmas Tree Die designed by Becky Seddon. The project really took shape when I combined the Christmas tree die with a variety of die cut images from Elizabeth Craft Designs.
Hi friends and welcome,
Now that the calendar says September I have thoughts of fall and all the things that are associated with it – like pumpkins. There is just something about a pumpkin that brings a smile to my face. Not only do I love pumpkins, my favorite color is, you guessed it, orange. Today I’m sharing a card that I created using the pumpkins from the new release by Joset Designs.
Hello there! It’s Riikka here today guesting with two projects!
Autumn weather means jumpers need to be taken out of the closets so I thought to make a layout and a card using the fun jumper die from Joset’s winter collection. I chose to use purple as my color palette this time in honor of the velvet nights autumn also brings.
The layout is about my daughters although there’s just a picture of my older daughter in there. It always amazes me how they both have such a strong own style at such a young age. I mean I found my style when I was over 20! So I made the page to celebrate that they have their own style also in the hopes that it will stay that way when they grow up.
If you want to see how the layout was made, please see the steps below! And if you want to see how they turn into a card form, please scroll even further down.
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.