Hi Everyone! It’s Karen here. Love, Love layers! Today I’m showcasing a card that I made for my son’s birthday using many layers of fun!
Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here. Today I am showing you a card I made for Mother’s Day. Joset’s new release has large and small flower die sets and a trio of leaves that I thought would be perfect for any occasion. Below you will find the easy steps to replicate this card.
by Judi Kauffman
It wasn’t love at first sight, but the 4 Seasons die set ended up becoming a favorite! (Suzanne and Els, you two were right, it’s so versatile!) I’ve used it on calendars and in planners and journals, and it has appeared on many, many cards. Today’s tutorial adds seven more to the count. They’re all super easy, and as I always say: Easy isn’t cheating!
I’ve chosen the Spring and Summer dies to help usher in the next two seasons, but these projects could easily be customized for Fall and Winter later in the year. Just change the papers and embossing folders to leaves, snowflakes, and other wintry themes.
Beginners: I’ve added some tips especially for you. Keep scrolling – you’ll find them after the instructions!
It’s Karen here. My mom’s birthday was at the beginning of March. I wanted to wait to post her card until I was sure she got it. My mom is the smartest, prettiest, most wonderful woman in the entire world. (I know a lot of you have moms like that!) I wanted to make her an extra special card for her birthday so I used the really cool Gift Wrapped stamps and coordinating dies along with the Butterfly Dreams paper. To jazz it up just a bit more, I added a pop-up to the inside. With the General Pop-Ups dies, it’s so EASY!
Samantha here, back again sharing one of my cards created using Elizabeth Craft Designs beautiful Floral Background stamp. This is one of those cards that came together because I don’t like to waste leftover cardstock. I know I’m not the only one! So with this very versatile background stamp I decided to create my own colourful background.
It’s Joset here, excited to be your guest designer on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog. I would like to share a simple flower card using my new Color My Flowers stamp set. I decided to just use one of the flowers in the set, however the set includes a total of 5 different flowers as well as two leaves. They are also really fun to combine with my new Trio of Leaves and Small and Large Flowers die sets. I hope you will enjoy creating this card today.