It won’t be long before the tulips are blooming and the Easter Bunny will be hiding eggs! Good Morning, this is Selma Stevenson. It is time to start working on Easter cards since Easter is just one month away (April 1). Today I incorporated tulips along with a cute bunny to create this card.
Today’s card was designed for our dear granddaughter’s 18th Birthday. It is so hard to believe that our first grandchild has turned 18! Where have those years gone? I wanted to showcase a few of her baby pictures and what better way than to use Susan’s Garden Notes Square Window as a frame. Also from Susan’s Garden Notes, I have used the newly released Cornflower Bachelor Button.
Hi It’s Kelly Booth here,
I often like to create my own backgrounds for projects and was reminded recently of a technique I did several years ago to marble ink on cardstock. I decided it would be a pretty background for my Valentine’s Day card using several Elizabeth Craft Designs dies along with the new Bachelor Button by Susan Tierney-Cockburn. I love that bachelor buttons can be found in nature in so many beautiful colors.
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today with a card designed using Becky Seddon’s Free As A Bird die set and Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s CountryScapes Garden Edges Rose Hedge die set. This card could be used for a Valentine, a wedding, an anniversary, or whenever you want to send love to someone special.
Hello everyone!! I’m Luciana, or LucyWonderland if you prefer ^-^
[English isn’t my first language so please forgive me every eventual mistake ^-^ ]
I’m really exited to be part of this team, and for my first post I would like to create something that pops up, just because I love things that pop up!I like playing with pages and cards, that pull, push, turn and fold, open and discover…and so on!
So I like creating a card with flowers that simply come out from the base. The Gathering Basket from the Garden Notes collection offered me the right soluction.
Hi, Diana here! Have you ever seen one of those time lapsed videos of flowers blooming? It’s quite amazing. This quote from the Where My Flowers Bloom Collection stamp set reminded me of those videos. Flowers open ever-so-slowly, but then they’re in full bloom! And it’s quite beautiful to behold. I combined this quote with one of my favorite flowers – Stargazer Lilies. They are so vibrant and bold – and a lot taller than you would think! Read on to find out how I made this card.
As promised yesterday, the Design Team is back again today to share their creations using the new Susan’s Garden products released last week on the Elizabeth Craft Designs web site.
There are eight new wonderful dies for you to help you make realistic and dimensional floral creations.
Did you know that Susan Tierney-Cockburn has a weekly Facebook Live Tutorial where she shares how make her beautiful flowers? Come join her fans from around the world to chat, ask questions, visit and learn each Wednesday at 10AM on Susan’s Garden Club Facebook Page.
Hello everyone, Christine here with my first post for Elizabeth Craft Designs in 2018.
Weather here in Maine has been bitterly cold, actually record cold for December, and it is going to continue. Dreaming of warmer days, my post today uses Susan’s Garden Dahlia 2 and Black Eyed Susans which were in her last release along with Suzanne Cannon’s Flourished Frame and Els van de Burgt’s Thanks and Berry Branch.