Piyanki here today!
A big welcome to all. Today I have some freshly-picked dahlias from Susan’s Garden for you, resting on a watercolor background. Dahlias grow in so many colors. You can stay true to the ones found in nature the way Susan always shows, or color in whatever way you prefer. All of the dies from the Susan’s Garden collection are so versatile. Designed to make it easy for you to succeed, they include scored lines to help you shape the petals and leaves.
Hi All! It’s Angela here today. I am so excited to be writing my first post for the Susan’s Garden Design Team! Today’s card is one inspired by my time in Northern New Brunswick, Canada, on the shores of the Bay Chaleur. I get to spent a couple of months here every summer. This time of year the wild flowers are glorious! My father’s field is covered in buttercups and wonderful purple iris. So of course I had to create a card with Susan’s Garden Notes Iris and CountryScapes – Land and Sea.
“My heart never knew loneliness… until you went away…”
In this age of faster communications, the Internet, messaging apps and social media platforms, it is easy to be connected to the people we love. But the fact remains that showing emotions has always been difficult, even with all of these new modes of communication.
Today I bring to you a lovely hand-crafted card that is a unique way to send a heartfelt message.
I have used the dahlia flower as the central theme. The dahlia is a symbol of inner strength, creativity and standing strong in your sacred values. Dahlia flowers also symbolize a commitment and bond that lasts forever, just like the bond of friendship with the one for whom you are creating this special project.
Hi Everyone! It’s Katelyn here, sharing with you a masculine Father’s Day Card. Father’s Day is right around the corner, so why not create a special card for your Father or that special Father figure in your life. The starting point for my card was the Manly Man Patterned Paper and then using a variety of different die cut images from Els van de Burgt Studio, ModaScrap and Joset Designs it just grew from there. Let me show you how to make it.
It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a tutorial today for the Die Cut Design Team. Today I decided to play with some of the new ModaScrap products, the Lace Corner and the Color of Puppies Girl Papers. I just love this new range of papers.
Hello friends, Piyanki here using the Poinsettia from Susan’s Garden to create a water color mixed media Tag!
Shaping poinsettias is what I love. I have made a red and pink Poinsettia in an earlier post which has a word background.
I used the new Distress Oxide for the background, keeping it subtle so that the flower pops.
This cute bird wants to let someone know they are missed. Three different Krista Schneider stamp sets and matching dies were used to create this card. Here are the instructions.
Hi Everyone! It’s Katelyn here, sharing a masculine Birthday Card. My starting point for the card was the cupcake die. To make this card I used some of the newly-released dies as well as some favorite classic dies from Joset Designs, ModaScrap, and Els van de Burgt Studio. Let me show you how to make the card.
Hi there, it’s Katelyn from A Creative Journey, with my last guest post for 2016. Today I get to share with you this Season’s Greetings Wall hanging using an embroidery hoop. Before I get any further, I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas. With it being Christmas today, I thought it would be fun to share one more Christmas project with you featuring a variety of dies from Els van de Burgt, Susan’s Garden Club, Quitfire Design, and Jose Designs, plus some Elizabeth Craft Designs products. Let me show you how you can re-create my wall hanging at home.
Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here today for Susan’s Garden Club. The holidays are nearly here so today I am going to show you a last-minute card. Below are the steps to create this card. It’s my last post for December so I want to wish you all Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year!