Hello to all my crafty friends out there!
Welcome to ECD. Today my post for Susan’s Garden Club Team has Susan’s newly launched Garden Notes Gerbera Daisy and Garden Notes Fairy – Tiger Lily . My Fairy is dancing in her flared skirt and she is super happy. For the background of my card I used the colors of spring.
Have a look!!!
Easter is next month, so I thought it would be a good time to start creating Easter cards. Here is how this card was created:
Hello to all my crafty friends out there! For us here in Maine spring is still a couple of months away but that hasn’t stopped me from thinking about spring flowers. Today my post for Susan’s Garden Team has Susan’s newly released Garden Notes Fairy – Rose Petal and she is watering a patch of tulips which is from one of her older releases.
I am tired of all the snow and wanted to think about Spring and the flowers we will see soon. Today I have created a window card with a little bouquet of flowers created with some of the Susan’s Garden Club die sets. Here is how the card was created.
Hello dear friends, Piyanki here today to share an altered bottle with you. I am excited I could use Susan’s Garden flowers on something very different. It is the first time I have used Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s dies for something other than cards.
The hydrangea is one of my favourite flowers and I keep going back to it for many of my projects. (You can see a previous one here.)
Welcome to the ECD blog. I hope spring is in full bloom in your garden. Flowers are popping up everywhere and winter blues are fading away.
Today I have tulips for you from Susan’s Garden and believe me, they are so beautiful!!! I have an entire dozen of them on my card.
Be sure to check out all of the new flower making dies from Susan’s Garden on the Elizabeth Craft Designs website. Meanwhile, have a look at these marvelous flowers.
by Judi Kauffman
Though Valentine’s Day is in the rear view mirror, I kept going with cards that use the ‘love’ die from the Baby Love set. I’m getting ahead for weddings and anniversaries. And I needed a special box for a pair of earrings I’m giving to a friend.
I’m nowhere close to done with that ‘love’ die. I’ve yet to use it with the word ‘Baby’! And I’m still happily choosing patterned papers and cutting leaves and flowers to make more of the Pitcher Cards…
Instead of specific instructions for each project, I’m going to provide some tips, design strategies, and a supply list so you can duplicate the cards as shown.
I hope you’ll use the ideas as a jumping-off point for cards with a similar feel in a totally different color palette or a different size. After all, no two people have the same stash of patterned papers, not everyone likes mixing together as many patterns as I do.
It’s Tina here today for Susan’s Garden Club. Have you seen the new dies from Susan’s Garden? They are absolutely stunning. Today I am showing you Garden Notes Hydrangea 2 and Garden Notes Ivy Vine. Below you will find the steps to replicate this card.
The finished card measures 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ when folded.
Wishing all my friends and fellow crafters a very good day.
Where I live the spring season is in full bloom, marking the end of a hard winter season and the beginning of fresh sunny weather ahead. The spring season brings vibrantly colored flowers that dot the fields and gardens. Flowers brighten our lives with their beauty. One such flower is the hydrangea – also known as the water flower. Hydrangeas signify heartfelt emotions, gratitude and thanksgiving to one you care for, as well as abundance and prosperity. With these emotions in mind I have created this card with the hydrangea as the central theme.
Hello my dear friends and welcome to the ECD blog.
It’s Pavitra here. I love to make flowers and it’s so easy to create gorgeous natural looking flowers with Susan’s Garden flower dies. The Hydrangea, Gerbera Daisies, Roses, and Tulip are among the newest release and you will surely love all of them.
Today I have a card that showcases the new Garden Notes Tulip 2 . It’s a congratulations card with flowers placed against wooden background created using Soft Finish Cardstock.