Our youngest son is just finishing his co-op at our local metal recycling yard through his high school. I made this card to thank the owner and staff for being such great hosts!
Hi there! It’s Elena today and I thought it would be fun to create a galaxy background for a Father’s Day card. The Take Time for You die set seemed like a great compliment to a space theme background since time and space go hand in hand. Plus, it’s a great message for Dad, who likely doesn’t take enough time for himself, right? Here’s how I made the card:
Hey Everyone! It’s Ek here, and I am coming in sharing a bit of spring. It seems that winter has finally (or hopefully) tucked herself in to hibernate and the glory of spring is finally upon my household. My daughters and I spent much of last weekend planting the garden, and my youngest demanded that this year we have flowers for the bees to feast upon. Needless to say, her enthusiasm won me over and we spent a full afternoon picking out flowers to plant and getting them into the ground and into pots. It is one of those memories I don’t want to forget so I decided to capture the moment with this week’s project using both the Garden Party stamp set and Garden Scene die set.
Hi Crafty Fiends,
It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a tutorial for the Elizabeth Craft Designs Team. The new ModaScrap Happy Frame and Happy Frame XL, released in January 2018, are so much fun and so versatile. These can be used for cards, frames and lots of other fun projects. One of the best things about these dies is that you can create frames any size you wish up to approximately 8 inches, and they can be either square or rectangular. All you need to do is cut the die cut pieces to the size you wish to make.
For today’s tutorial I decided to create a framed art piece that can be used for a child’s room using the Happy Frames XL and Vintage Hot Air Balloon Race die sets.
Hello – Samantha back sharing a card I created using Elizabeth Craft Designs’ Butterfly Aperture die by Becky Seddon. This is one of those card making moments where the idea in your head seems fun and easy but the actual process is long and tedious. Many times I thought of changing the idea, simplifying it, but I persisted and well…you tell me, worth it?
I think so… 🙂