Hello friends – it’s Sandy back with you to share a fast and easy project that will add fun and sparkle to your holidays. Yes, the holiday season will soon be upon us, whether we are ready or not. We like to entertain and especially during the holidays. I’ve made these fun little luminaries to decorate my dinner table and to use as place markers. They are blank at the moment but as soon as my guest list is final I will add names using a label maker or typing and printing them from my computer. The battery-operated candles last for a few hours so turn them on just before your guests arrive and they will last through dinner.
Hello everybody, it’s Sanna here today and I’d like to share a tropical flower card idea with you.
It has been an amazingly warm summer here in Austria this year and even today, while I am writing this post, we have +20°C. So now you understand why I am still in a summer mood. Thus, my guest design team post today will be a summer card.
Hello Crafty Friends!
‘Tis the season to start on those holiday cards! I know, I know. It is “only” October – but if you are anything like me, you have to rush make some last-minute cards right before the holidays. I seem to do this every year! However, with the newly-released A Way With Words dies and stamps I can get several beautiful cards produced quickly. Today’s card can be easily reproduced with festive results.
Hi All! It’s Elena today and I am a bit of a Christmas fanatic. When I was a child, my parents always had poinsettias around during the holiday season and I think that’s why I always love poinsettia stamps and have amassed quite a collection. This new Poinsettia Clear Stamp set from Krista Schneider is among my favorites because it has everything you need to create a lovely floral arrangement for a classic poinsettia Christmas card. I grabbed my alcohol markers to color this version, but the coloring possibilities are endless with this set. Here’s how I made the card:
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Happy Hot Chocolate Season Card. The inspiration came from one of Krista Schneider’s new stamp sets, Marshmallow Snowmen. With that element of my card figured out, I added more with dies from ModaScrap, Els van de Burgt Studio and Susan’s Garden Notes as well as a sentiment stamp from Joset Designs to finish it off. I hope that you enjoy my tutorial!
Hi, It’s Kelly Booth here today with a simple and fun pop-up card using stamps by Krista Schneider and some fun ECD dies!
Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here today. I can’t get enough of the new Character Dies from Joset Designs. They are super easy to assemble and put a smile on anyone who receives them on a card or project. Below you will find the steps to replicate this card.
Hello everyone! It’s EK here and I have a little non-traditional holiday card for you today. I thought it might be fun to make something unconventional since on Tuesday the Design Team played around with Classic Christmas ideas. For me, if you say “marshmallow” I think about summer and camping. However, I love the idea of roasted marshmallows becoming a sweet treat on a cold Christmas night! So here is a little kooky holiday card for all you marshmallow lovers.
Hi it’s Kelly Booth here today with a simple card idea that can be reproduced easily for Christmas! I often use non traditional colors for Christmas as they make me happy!
Greetings! Samantha here. Today I’m sharing some Christmas-themed cards using Elizabeth Craft Designs’ Snowflake Border. Snowflakes aren’t something I would see at Christmastime where I live (in Australia) but I have always loved the idea of a white Christmas. For my cards today I decided to use some non-traditional colours and partnered the die with the newly-released Classic Christmas Sentiments stamp set.