Now that the presents are all opened (but decorations are still up!) we need to get out our thank you cards before we move on too far! Today I’m sharing how I mass produce thank you cards that are all a bit different but more quickly made than one design.
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.
Hey Friends, it is EK here and I thought I’d share just a bit of holiday inking with you today using some A Way With Words holiday dies. Recently I introduced my eight-year-old crafter to Distress Inks, and realized that I have not been taking advantage of all the cool things you can do with them, especially when it comes to stenciling. Then I wondered how well the A Way With Words sentiment dies would hold up as stencils and I was off to the races.
I’m having so much fun figuring out what to do with my new Elizabeth Craft Designs planner. I thought that dividers would be a good place to start and Suzanne Cannon’s A Way With Words collection dies were ideal for spelling out what each section of the planner will be about. Like a true Virgo, I want my planner to be organized and practical – and dare I say it, tidy – so I made my dividers from durable Shimmer Sheetz and added equally durable hole reinforcements die cut from synthetic suede. And yet I want to allow for flexibility so the words I chose for each divider are ones with multiple possible interpretations. This gives me leeway to change what I put in each section. Read on for the instructions and my design strategies…
Are you still working on your holiday cards? I have a card today that is easy to make and has beautiful results. The card features stamps from the lovely Christmas Collection stamp set by Suzanne Cannon. The set contains so many sweet and timeless stamps that can be used this year and in years to come. Let’s dive into the instructions!
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Rejoice Christmas Card. The inspiration came from A Way With Words dies – Flourished Candle and Rejoice. With those elements figured out, I added more with dies from Els van de Burgt Studio and ModaScrap to finish it off. I hope that you enjoy my tutorial!
Hi, it’s Diana with the penguins *again.* I just think they are so adorable and this particular die set just won’t go back in the packaging. It’s a good thing that dies don’t get worn out! For my card today I stacked the penguins to form a Christmas tree while holding onto the words “Merry Christmas.” How cute are they? Read on to see how I created this card:
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!