Hi there! It’s
Suzanne here today! I’m thrilled to be sharing my new release from Elizabeth
Craft Designs with you!
Like the rest of my designs, these dies can work alone or combine seamlessly with dozens of other A Way With Word dies. Today I’m sharing a little sampling of creative projects by the designers to get you started with the new collection. Please click on the designer’s name to go to their blog post where you may read all the details of their project!
Merry Christmas everyone! It’s Suzanne here today with a project that you won’t want to give away! This would be perfect in the doorway to the kitchen or in the dining room for all your holiday entertaining.
Hi there! It’s Suzanne today with a couple of Christmas Projects for you!
I always think it’s helpful to know what your family members would like for Christmas (even if I ignore it!!!), so I’ve created this handy dandy make-a-wish list! The other project, using the same die, is a Christmas card.
You’ll love this! It’s so easy and looks great! Here is how we start!
It’s Suzanne here today and I’m thrilled to share this blog post with you! I thought it would be fun to see how the Gable Box could be decorated for Christmas, so I asked around…. And here are the amazing results! Many thanks to all the designers who came out to play.
It’s easy to get started…. and hard to stop! Simply die cut the Gable Box and start playing!
Hi there Artlets! It’s Suzanne here today with an exciting new addition to your creative tool chest! I’ve created four new designs to inspire you during Christmas creating. Each of these is perfect on its own or may be combined with any number of the A Way With Words dies, clear stamps and/or stencils.
Hi there! It’s Suzanne here today with some fun and easy projects for the next time you have a dinner party or special dinner event – perhaps even a wedding!
It’s a wonderful touch to leave a copy of the menu at each place setting or to display a single copy in the middle of the table. Create a tent-fold card with the word Menu die cut for the front and the list of food on the back or inside. So many possibilities!
The look can be rustic or elegant. I love the contrast between the kraft paper and the elegant white lettering, and with a single rose and pastel colors the look is totally different. The color combo is up to you!
How cute are these!? Hi there, it’s Suzanne today with this sweet project that is just so much fun! Let’s alter the Gable Box, which is perfect for a favour box, but can be so much more! By making these into lanterns they can light up a table or brighten a summer party.
Let’s make a garland of Gable Box lanterns! Here is how you can do it: