Hi Crafty Friends,
Hello there! It’s Riikka here today with another guest project! Or actually two, as always. Today I have a double treat as there’s this layout with a step by step tutorial and a card with video tutorial! Both of the projects are done with a winter theme or vibe. Both of the projects have a blue, white, grey color scheme, white splashes, and snowflakes. I also tried to add the winter vibe using Silk Microfine Glitter as frost and twinkly snow.
The layout is about the last princess birthday my younger daughter had. It was almost two years ago. Since then she’s gotten more into football and skateboarding. The Elsa dress I did for her for that 5th birthday fit well with the winter theme well, and she’s also a child of winter.
Hello Lovely People !!!!!
Welcome to the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog. Today I have created a project using the lovely Black Eyed Susan. They are flowers native to North America, a popular wildflower that can be planted in a garden along with other perennials. I have decorated a handmade chocolate box with these beautiful flowers.
Hi Crafty Friends,
It’s Frances here today with another tutorial to share with you. This time around I wanted to play with a few of the new dies and sentiment stamp sets designed by Joset Van De Burgt. These products were released on Friday and are available on the Elizabeth Craft Designs website (links to new products below). I have paired these up with the cute ladybug from the ModaScrap Color of Puppies Girl Clear Stamp set.
Creating cards with trees are always great to have on hand because they can be used for anyone but especially appropriate for masculine cards. Good Morning, this is Selma Stevenson today and I had fun creating a Christmas tree with a patina look. Patina is a thin layer that forms on the surface produced by oxidation or any change of a surface through age and exposure. I thought it would be fun to try and create the look of patina by using glitter on the new Christmas Tree die cut. Here is how the card was created.
Hello my crafty friends!
Today’s post for Susan’s Garden Design Team is a simple little Christmas card. Although Susan has some new releases which are wonderful I have used an older release for the simple reason I was going on vacation and there had not been a release date. In order to have a post ready in time I went ahead and started this card before I left for vacation finishing on my return but have already started working on a card using some of Susan’s new releases which I will post soon.
Hello My Dear Friends !!!!!
We celebrated diwali a few days ago here in india , the Festival of Lights and Sweets . Festivals are always fun and with coming weddings in the family, the excited and happiness doubles up. I created a Money envelope for gifting the newly weds using the newly released dies from Susan’s Garden are just perfect for it. Fern dies are my current favorite you can find out the entire collection here.
Hello everyone! Angela here. It is always so exciting when Susan releases new dies! This time, along with some beautiful foliage and accessories, she has released a blue flower – Love in a Mist. It is beautiful and delicate and so easy to put together. Using it and the new Ladder Fern, I’ve made an any-occasion card using a piece of old sheet music as the background.
Hello Friends, Piyanki here with a new project using some brand new Susan’s Garden dies. The collection is fun , creative and as always immensely intricate to give your flowers the perfect shape and natural look. For today’s post I have chosen the Garden Notes – “Love in a Mist” (Nigella Damascena) die set. First the name fascinated me and then when I researched a little about the flower, it blooms in the color blue. For a long time I have not created any flower in blue so went for it at once.
Love in a Mist is a common name for “Nigella”. The ferny , fennel like foliage makes it look all the more interesting. With the die set you have the perfect dies for the foliage which will add the natural look once you assemble the flowers. I chose to create my flowers blue for my card, however you can find these flowers in a variety of different colors.