Hi Everyone! It’s Karen here. I’m excited to be sharing a Father’s Day card. Masculine cards are hard for many of us. My card today features the super fun Circles Background stamp. So many great ways to use the versatile background stamps from Elizabeth Craft Designs!
Hi Everyone! It’s Karen here. My cards today include a few of my favorite things. They have flowers, they have a combo of Kraft and white papers, and they have adorable Elizabeth Craft Design images! Perfect! My post shows how I do masking using sticky notes. I am also mixing it up using two stamp sets on each of the two cards.
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!
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!
It’s Karen here. Valentine’s Day is next week – a day of love! Elizabeth Craft Designs has many wonderful products for Valentine’s Day (and every day). Be sure to check them all out! My card today will be sent to my parents who are away for the winter in a warm and sunny place. Sending love is fun…
It’s Karen here. One of my good friends recently had a birthday. I wanted to make her something. What’s better this time of year than a new calendar!? Using coasters as a base, I created this fun desk calendar for her! She is into butterflies and loves the idea of transformation, so transforming bar coasters into a cute butterfly calendar is, I hope, the perfect gift. The paper I chose is the 12 x 12 ModaScrap Fly & Scrap collection. It’s simply beautiful!
It’s Karen here. A couple of weeks ago the designers were challenged to make pop-up cards using the General Pop-Ups die set. I remember making my first pop-up with all the crazy measuring, scoring and folding. Now, with this die set, it is SO easy! I was inspired to make a Z-fold card by my good friend Sharon and decided to include a pop-up.
It’s Karen here. I’m obsessed with the fashion stamps available at Elizabeth Craft Designs and wanted to make a holiday card using them. I combined a couple of stamp sets to create a holiday-inspired dress to embellish my card today!
It’s Karen here. I’m excited to be showing a Christmas card I made today. As we get closer to the holidays, my Christmas cards tend to go to traditional colors, but while it’s still hot outside (like now), I make them with very non-traditional colors and papers. Do you have a preference? I like them both ways!
It’s Karen here with a Christmas card! I absolutely love Christmas and making cards for the season. I send out about 150 each year, so basically, I make them all year around. If you haven’t started, I hope this post inspires you to do so. It’s only about 3.5 months until Christmas! Yay!