There are so many different ways you can personalize your planner –– scrapbook on-the-go, daily planner, creative journal, etc. What does your planner look like?
Our Design Team has been sharing their planner pages and we are in love! Check out some of their recent planner pages below:
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Happy Technique Friday!
Today, Els is showing off her new fur-grandbaby, James, on these adorable puppy planner pages!
Watch the tutorial, download the project sheet, and shop the supplies –– all on the Technique Friday Project Page!
Let us know if you’ve tried this project!
Happy Technique Friday!
It’s Karen here today. I’m in LOVE with the planner line at Elizabeth Craft Designs! I currently have two planners going –– one is for special dates throughout the year; the other is for special moments. Today’s post is showing a special moment when I visited my old hometown and got to see a new campus for my work.
Good morning! Laura here today!
I love to scrap baby photos! The fabulous ModaScrap Blue Cotton Candy is perfect for those little baby boy photos!
Here’s how I created this project:
Step 1 – Trim one patterned paper to 11.5 x 11.5 – ink the edges using brown ink then adhere to a full 12 x 12 sheet of your choice and ink the edge.
Step 2 – Trim another patterned paper to 11 x 5 and ink edges.
Step 3 – Trim another sheet to 10 1/4 x 3 and ink edges.
Step 4 – Trim another sheet to 12 x 1 1/4 and ink edges.
Step 5 – Die cut a 4 1/4 circle using soft finish white cardstock and a 3 3/4 stitched circle from patterned paper –– adhere together.
Step 6 – Die cut two Valentines Edges from white cardstock .
Step 7 – Adhere all the paper like shown.
Step 8 – Adhere your double sided adhesive sheet to your soft finish white cardstock and die cut 3 flowers of your choice, the butterfly body, the circle and the tag from the Love, Life Tag. Then apply blue silk microfine glitter and rub with fingers to bring out the shine.
Step 9 – Die cut more flowers to layer using your white cardstock and the pieces of paper left from your trimmings and assemble flowers.
Step 10 – Die cut two of the butterfly overlays – one from white cardstock and one from a piece of patterned paper.
Step 11 – Die cut one ready to bloom using white cardstock.
Step 12 – Die cut one heart tag and one tree overlay using the Love, Life Tag die in white and one in patterned paper.
Step 13 – Assemble butterfly, tree, and tag keeping the pieces of hearts from the tree to make the trail for the butterfly.
Step 14 – Using the small circle die, die cut the words from the title sheet of the Blue Cotton Candy paper and the cut out the title piece.
Step 15 – Mat photo.
Step 16 – Assemble the layout!
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Wedding season is here! Showering the happy couple with love and support is easy with handmade gift. With the help of our Design Team, we’ve gathered 12 projects you’ll want to create for the big day!
For tutorials, click the Design Team member’s name or picture. *Not applicable on all*
Gifts & Memory Keeping
For The Big Day
We hope you enjoyed these fun ideas! There are so many possibilities for handmade projects –– what will you create?
Be sure to check out the products used below, and join the Elizabeth Craft Designs Family Group to share your wedding season projects!
Good morning! Laura here with you today and I am happy to share with you a fun and summery layout!
To create this project:
Step 1: Die cut 24 of the second smallest Stitched Fishtails
Step 2: Die cut 18 varying sizes of stitched circles
Step 3: Die cut one 3″ and two 2″ stars and score them to make a barn star
Step 4: Trim your paper to 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 and adhere to the soft finish white cardstock
Step 5: Adhere all your elements onto your paper and use 3D adhesive foam dots on some of the elements to create dimension
Here are some details:
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Hello crafters! It is Luciana here, with a weekly planner spread that could be a sort of inspiration for those wishing to combine the planning system with that of journaling.
Here all the steps to recreate this weekly page:
Create the background on a paper using the distress ink pad broken china and shabby shutters.
Use the stamp with the letters from the set Planner Essential – Patterns 2 and the one with the flowers from the set Planner Essential – Patterns 1.
Create some layers of scrap paper using the following stamps:
- the montly view from the set Planner Essential – Calendar
- the box for records from the set Planner Essential – Months
- the receipt stamp from the set Planner Essential – Important memo
Cut out the dies related to music and the circles pattern from the set Planner Essential 10.
Glue all the pieces on the page, like the picture below.
Cut the page in half, and use the left side for planning, adding the days of the week with the stamps from the set Planner Essential – Schedule.
Die cut 2 sets of box with the tab, from the set of dies Planner Filmstrip. Adhere inside of them two pictures of the important events of the week.
Adhere the first picture on the page, using a strip of tape. Then glue on it the second picture, in order to have a browsable insert.
Complete the page with a floral element, die cut 5 sets of the 2 flowers from the Die set – Large Flower Set.
distress ink pad broken china, shabby shutters
A very Happy Mother’s Day to all of the wonderful mother’s out there!
Today gives us such a wonderful opportunity to honor the women in our lives who raised us, praised us and made us who we are. They certainly have been a huge and important part of our lives!
Along with our Design Team, we put together 11 projects for mom on Mother’s Day –– enjoy!
Joset van de Burgt
Els van de Burgt
We hope you have a wonderful day, celebrating or being celebrated.
Happy Mother’s Day!
Easter will be here before you know it –– are you ready? If not, don’t worry –– we’ve got you covered! Our amazing design team has put together a list of 15 projects that are sure to make your Easter a HOPPY one!
Your Easter can be a colorful one with cards like Samantha’s! These are so fun!
The elegance of Suzanne’s design is perfect for anyone on Easter Sunday.
This adorable ornament is adorable hanging on any Easter gift! You can cut felt, among other fabrics, with our die sets!
Joset van de Burgt
Joset’s newest collection is perfect for Easter. The Little Chick and Easter Egg die sets give you a lot of options!
Creating an Easter scrapbook layout is easy when Laura is here to help! Loving the colors!
Diana perfectly combines dies from Suzanne Cannon as well as Susan’s Garden to create this beautiful card. Blessings!
Love stamping? This beautiful Easter card, made by Sara, is simple to put together!
Choosing colors that pop is key! Katelyn wows us with this colorful card!
How about a card in the shape of an egg? This project is so simple, but makes a big statement!
The flowers are blooming for Easter! Combining your favorite blooms with our Easter characters is a perfect fit!
We hope you gain some inspiration from these projects! Let us know which one you loved in the the comments below!