Welcome, friends, to a brand new project. This is Piyanki here today. The ECD Design Teams are celebrating the season with home decor projects this month. I have created a beautiful canvas for you using the Gerbara Daisy from Susan’s Garden. I always enjoy using canvas boards because the surface is just right as a background for handcrafted flowers.
This time the canvas is partially covered with mixed media effects, a fitting backdrop for the bouquet.
Good morning! Angela here. For my post today I am using the Susan’s Garden Sunflower and Elizabeth Craft Ribbons and Jewels to make a special birthday card for a special friend. To finish it off just right, I added a greeting from from Joset’s Dream Sentiments.
Hello Crafty People!
A warm welcome to the ECD blog. I am Pavitra here today with lovely Alstroemeria flowers from Susan’s Garden for you.
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Fall is a beautiful time of year. This is Selma Stevenson today and I have designed a card combining Susan’s Garden Notes Square Window & Flower Box and Carolina Window and Shutters die sets. It was fun creating a new type of window using both die sets.
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today. Don’t you love all the creative ways you can use your die sets to create fun scenes. Very soon we will be seeing lots of pumpkins so I decided to create a scene you might see out in the country. I have used White Soft Finish Cardstock to die cut all the pieces for this card, and used ink pads and a sponge dauber to color each piece. I added a black cat to the card in the picture below. Here is how the card was created.
Hello my crafty friends Christine here from Susan’s Garden Design Team. Today my post is using Susan’s Victorian Teacup and Saucer Die Set along with Garden Notes Hydrangea in blue and white. Els’ Fitted Hearts and Scalloped Heart Dies also used.
Hello, fellow crafters! Diana here today to ask that you dream big and to have fun while doing it! Personally I find this hard to do as I like my little comfort zone but I’m hoping to be more daring this year and take some risks. And I know some like-minded folks so I though this card would be a great way to encourage one another. As always, I kept it pretty clean but I think that wood grain background photographed by Els really ties it all together. Read on for the instructions on how to make this encouraging card for someone in your life.
This is Anita here . Cards are such beautiful things to light up a dull moment. We all give and receive cards all the time. So keeping that in mind, I have a note card stand made using ModaScrap dies and decorated with Susan’s Garden Flowers.
This can be displayed and has a beautiful sentiment to inspire you.
Hi everybody! Angela Whelton here today with a card featuring Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s Garden Notes Chrysanthemum. At this time of year, they are available in all sorts of colours, but my favourites are the white ones. They brighten a garden and on a card, can be suitable for either a man or woman.
Hello Dear Friends,
Celebration is not a specific human phenomenon. The fluttering birds, the dancing leaves, the sprinkling droplets of water, the dance of the animals, the roar of clouds, even the inconsequential insects find reasons to celebrate. God has however, given us, humans, a much larger proportion of reasons to rejoice our existence, our civilized bondings, our togetherness and our victories.
In the urban changing lifestyles fraught with stress and pressures, we should find every reason to get together with our loved ones and celebrate our special moments and our smallest of victories. My creation today is a thematic card dedicated to the spirit of celebrations on each such small occasion. Let’s all ease out our burdens and strains and join our loved ones for such celebrations… Cheers!!!!