Hello My Crafty Friends,
It is my turn to share a creation on the blog so I have chosen some of the dies from Susan’s Garden Notes newest release, the Shasta Daisy, Galvanized Bucket and Frame It – Ovals along with older releases Ivy and Ostrich Fern.
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today. One of my favorite flowers is the Peony. Using Susan’s Peony 2 die set you can create beautiful, realistic flowers for cards that will be enjoyed by everyone.
Hello everyone. Christine here posting a new card I have designed using dies from the new release as some from past ones. Susan’s Garden Notes new Pansy 2 and Leafy Berry Branch were used along with Susan’s Maiden Hair Fern and ModaScrap’s Flower Lace Frame.
Today I present to you a card that I just loved creating. The Black-Eyed Susan is such a special part of the Susan’s Garden collection, and like other flowers in the sunflower family it symbolizes radiant warmth and faith.
I thought that the sentiment, “Be the sunshine in someone’s rainy day,” was the perfect way to express my idea: Every person can be just like the sun shining on a sunflower, providing reassurance and emanating positive energy and strength, elevating a loved one’s mood.
Hello to all,
This is Anita here. How was your Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday Shopping? I am sure you all must have shopped to your heart’s content at the ECD store as there was a fabulous scheme going on.
Today let us celebrate the coming days even more by planting smiles and love with a card made with Susan’s Garden dies and a wonderful sentiment from her stamp collection along with other dies from the ECD line. I chose Love in a Mist, a beautiful flower that I learned to make by watching Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s Facebook video tutorial, and I encourage you to watch it so your flowers will be realistic and lovely, just like hers!
Writer and blogger Melanie Koulouris says :
“Happiness blossoms when one plants seeds of love and kindness in the hearts of others.”
Inspired by such thoughts, I present to you today my latest creation using the Dahlia flower, a flower that symbolizes everlasting bonds and commitment. With its multitude of petals, the Dahlia is much like life with all its varied experiences.
I have made this creation using Susan’s Garden Notes Dahlia 2, Garden Notes Ladder Fern, Garden Notes Ostrich Fern, and Garden Notes Maidenhair Fern dies.