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Sweet as Sugar – ATCs and a Layout by Riikka

December 3, 2017

Moikka, it’s Riikka here with my last Guest Design Team post for Elizabeth Craft Designs! I want to thank you for the honor of guesting this year and I appreciate your comments. It has been a great ride and I have loved working with the dies and other supplies! My favorites are the new patterned papers and the great stamp sets, so I’m definitely going to continue using those in my makes in the future!

For this last post I’ve made some sweet treats with the Lollypop die set – some candy ATCs and a layout. The idea and the color palette came from the two papers you can see mixed in the first lollipop above – the minty green polka dot and the pink solid paper. They are something I wouldn’t have thought of combining otherwise but as they lay on top of each other when I was going through the supplies in search for an idea for this last post, I noticed how good they looked! And I started to think about candies immediately so then the ball started to roll, so to say. I also mixed in some white to brighten the cards and the black stamping brings in the contrast.

I took some step-by-step photos while working on the ATCs. Below you can see how I layered and combined the different mediums and how the process evolved. As always, you can use the same steps to create something else as well – a regular card or a layout like I did for my second project. Without further ado, here’s the tutorial!

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A Way With Words Silk Microfine Glitter

Summer Fun Slider Card with Glittered Beach Ball

July 8, 2017

Hello!  Diana here with a Summer Fun card I made after the Scrapbook Expo in Chantilly.  I had such a great time helping out at the ECD booth with the Silk Microfine Glitter demonstrations that I got some and continued to play with it once I got home.  At the Expo, I also picked up the Slider and Spinner die set. Here’s my card combining the two.  It’s been a while since I made a slider card and what I love about this die set is that there are four different shape slots you can make for the interactive feature instead of just the usual straight line.  The A Way With Words Dies ‘Summer’ and ‘Fun’ dies are the perfect topping for this card.

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Gingerbread Man Christmas Banner

November 24, 2016

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Hi everyone,

It’s my turn to post a tutorial on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today. Christmas is now only a month away, and in my family we like to start decorating our house on December 1st so for my tutorial today I have created a fun decoration using the Gingerbread Man and Lollypop die sets. 

I have made my banner using three Gingerbread Men and four lollypops, but of course you can make yours as long as you want depending on where you wish to use it. I have also made my decoration double-sided so it can be hung on a window, in a doorway, etc., so looks good whichever side you look at it. This, of course, is optional depending again on where you will be using the decoration.
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Elizabeth Craft Designs General Els van de Burgt Studio Joset Designs Silk Microfine Glitter

You’re So Sweet Lollypop Card

August 5, 2016

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Hello! Mary here today to show you a super glittery card. Silk Microfine Glitter by Elizabeth Craft Designs comes in many delicious new colors. When added to the Lollypop dies by Joset Designs they make things even sweeter. I love how beautifully sparkly this card came out (it looks even better in person!).

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Elizabeth Craft Designs General Els van de Burgt Studio Joset Designs Soft Finish Cardstock

Lollypop cards

May 26, 2016

Hi there, it´s Sanna here today sharing a set of cards, created with the inlay pieces of the Honeycomb die.

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I always like to save all the bits and pieces I have left from my previous projects as they are perfect for various projects. These inlay pieces of the Honeycomb die cut die create perfect backgrounds for cards. Here is what I did:
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