It’s Tanja here. Today I have created this beary winter card for you.
It’s Karen here. Valentine’s Day is next week – a day of love! Elizabeth Craft Designs has many wonderful products for Valentine’s Day (and every day). Be sure to check them all out! My card today will be sent to my parents who are away for the winter in a warm and sunny place. Sending love is fun…
Hi, everybody! It’s Ekaterina Oleynik with you today. I want to show you how to make an interesting card for pet owners in the ‘Clean & Simple’ style. My friend has two dogs. She loves them very much as they are not only loyal friends, but excellent assistants.
Hello everyone! EK Gorman here hoping your day is filled with sunshine instead of rain. Where I am, it is no longer as cold as it was earlier this month and all the snow is gone, but now our skies are filled with clouds and rain, so I felt it was only fitting to create a card that brings out the hope of sunshine despite the wet weather. The new stamp set from Krista Schneider, April Showers, is the perfect stamp set for such a card. I created a little rainy Copic-colored card that celebrates the sunshine within the showers.
Are you ready for our final Design Team Focus on New Release today? This time our focus is on the new product release by Krista Schneider. We have eight new Clear Stamp sets with coordinating dies and four new 6 x 6 Background Stamps. These are all amazing!!!!!
Here is what our Design Team created using the new Krista Schneider stamps that have been released.
It’s Karen here. One of my good friends recently had a birthday. I wanted to make her something. What’s better this time of year than a new calendar!? Using coasters as a base, I created this fun desk calendar for her! She is into butterflies and loves the idea of transformation, so transforming bar coasters into a cute butterfly calendar is, I hope, the perfect gift. The paper I chose is the 12 x 12 ModaScrap Fly & Scrap collection. It’s simply beautiful!
When it comes to making a Valentine for a man, it can be a bit of a challenge. How do you balance the girly hearts and doilies with a man’s less glittery sensibilities? For today’s project I have tried to do that. There are definitely feminine elements at work in this card, but the color palette and simple images help keep it from becoming too delicate. Here’s how I made the card: