It’s Tanja here and I would like to show you how to create this Mixed Media Flower Tag:
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.
They say once we see robins, that it’s the first sign of spring. I have seen robins and a variety of others birds now that the snow has all melted. It was fun creating a scene with a variety of Elizabeth Craft Designs die sets. I have included sets from Joset Designs, Els van de Burgt Studio, and Susan’s Garden Club. Here is how this card was created:
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.
Hello, my dear friends.
I am Pavitra here, and welcome to my first post. Before I start I would like to thank Elizabeth Craft Designs for including me in the team. I am super excited and totally loving the feeling of being here.
With the start of the new year Elizabeth Craft Designs brings in an amazing collection of dies and stamps that you will surely love so do check them out here.
Today I have an Easel card for you guys with a twist. I adorned the card with one of my favorite dies from the new Susan’s Garden Club collection – GN Gerbera Daisy.
Have a look at my card.
Hello friends, it’s Petroschi Bianca here.
I already hear cackling crows in the mornings, which tells me that fall is around the corner, a spectacular season that I love so much thanks to Susan Tierney Cockburn and all the designers at Elizabeth Craft Designs. They have made so many beautiful new dies to put our fantasies in practice. With my project today, I would like to welcome you to Autumn. I hope you enjoy!
Here is how I created this mini decorative panel:
1. Panel base is made of cardboard measuring 25 cm/20 cm.
2. I painted the background with a black Chalkboard Paint and after drying, I hand drew ”Welcome Autumn” with a pencil.
3. I then traced the “Welcome Autumn” with white acrylic.
5. I cut, colored, shaped and assembled a multitude of chrysanthemums using cardstock in autumn colors with the new die set Garden Notes Chrysanthemum. It was so much fun!
6. I filled the empty spaces with die cuts from the Leafy Branch die.
7. I used ribbon to make a hanger and added two pumpkins from the same CountryScapes Build a Scarecrow die set. I also added 2 little ladybugs from the Garden Notes – Bugs & Butterflies.
Watch up for all upcoming new products from Elizabeth Craft Designs. I assure you that all of them are amazing! Do not forget to follow us on Facebook and YouTube for new upcoming tutorials. Here are some useful links:
Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:
1080- CountryScapes Build a Scarecrow (Coming soon)
1087- Garden Notes Chrysanthemum (Coming soon)
Black Chalkboard Paint