Hi Crafty Friends,
It’s Frances Byrne here today and it’s my turn to share a tutorial with you. My project is a Pocket Card using the ModaScrap Lace Card die set.
Hi, everybody! Today with you, Ekaterina Oleynik. I love to read books and of course I always need a bookmark. For me, the main thing is having a bookmark that is both simple and beautiful.
It´s Sanna here with another guest designer post. Have you ever been in a situation when you need a card on really short notice? Or want to quickly make a masculine card? I thought I´d share a few simple ideas I like to use when these occasions occur.
I have created three simple card ideas that can be varied in style by changing the papers and colors or by choosing alternative dies. Here are the instructions:
Hello! I’m back with my favorite component on cards – butterflies! I just think they are the prettiest and most wonderful creatures, and so easy to play with on cards. They can be any shape, design, colors… so versatile. I must say though that my favorite butterflies for papercrafting are the more delicate die cuts. Read on to see how I created this simple but elegant card.
Kelly Booth here today with a card suitable for any occasion. I’m quite fond of hydrangeas as I used to have them in my yard when I lived in Northern California. Here in Arizona they do not grow and it makes me sad. I love the realistic nature of the Susan’s Garden dies and am having lots of fun playing with them.
Here is the card I made for today’s tutorial.
Hello Crafty Friends!
Isn’t March a wonderful time of year? The worst of winter months are behind us and thoughts are turning to spring. My crocus will soon pop their heads through the winter garden beds and cheery flowers of purple or white with yellow pollen will color the gardens. The images of those happy flowers inspired the flower card I am sharing today. The focal point of the card front is the lovely calligraphic stamp designed by Suzanne Cannon.