Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Winter Wishes Christmas Card. The inspiration came from Joset Designs Penguin Die. With that element of my card figured out, I added more with dies from Joset Designs and Els van de Burgt Studio to finish it off. I hope that you enjoy my tutorial!
Hi everyone! This is Diane here with a suggested Christmas project.
How much fun is it to be able to give a handmade gift to the ones you love at Christmas time? Having a big family, I like to start early on making those special gifts that will say how much I appreciate the important people in my life! Here’s a new one made with the fabulous new Happy Frame, Poinsettias and Santa’s Sleigh dies.
I hope you enjoy it!
Good day everyone, Angela Whelton here as guest designer. As we make our way to the middle of August, hard as that is to believe, I look forward to heading home and seeing my garden there. Among my favourites waiting for me are the beautiful Shasta daisies. They are such a classic summer garden flower. Susan’s Garden Notes Shasta Daisies are a lovely flower to make, and they make me happy. I’ve added Ivy and the Leafy Berry Branch against the Bricks die in the background.
Hello everyone!! It’s Luciana here again to share with you a scrapbook layout project. I will never be good at growing real plants and flowers, that is one of the reasons for my passion for paper flowers. But this year I was able to grow a pansy from a seed to a flowering plant. I had to celebrete the event with a scrapbook layout!
Hello, it is Christine today with a card project using several of Susan’s Garden Notes dies and a background done with Distress Oxide Inks. My version of Love-In-A-Mist flowers is based on seeds I had bought called “Chocolate & Cream”(I think they may also be called “African Bride”). Unfortunately the seeds did not germinate as they were probably planted a little late, but I will try again for next year.
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today with an early start on holiday cards. Recently Susan Tierney-Cockburn had a video on her Susan’s Garden Club Facebook page showing how to assemble her Poinsettias using the Garden Notes Poinsettia die set. You can view this video for instructions on how to create this beautiful flower here.
I’m sure there are special people on your list who would love to receive a keepsake card such as this one. Because of the dimension, it can be protected when mailed in one of the Clear Acrylic Boxes available from Elizabeth Craft Designs. It can also be delivered in person, attached to the top of a box or the front of a gift bag, or placed inside the box or bag along with the gift.
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Happy Birthday Card. My inspiration came from Susan’s Garden Notes Black Eyed Susan and Frame It Stitched Square die sets. Once I had those elements of my card figured out, I added a few elements cut with dies from Els van de Burgt Studi0 and Joset Designs to finish it off. I hope that you enjoy my tutorial!
Hi Crafty Friends,
It’s Frances Byrne here and it is my turn to post a tutorial for you. Today I am sharing a shaker card using the new Frame It / Stitched Ovals die set and the cute April Showers stamp set.
Hello crafters! I’m Diane Prince and this is my first time as a Guest Designer for Elizabeth Craft Designs. I got inspired to do the following card by the wonderful surroundings of the little cottage we rented this summer. The pathways through the woods around the cottage have been landscaped by the religious community that owns the land. They have set up small areas with flowers, benches, bird houses, etc., where you can pray, meditate or simply relax. While walking my dog I came across one of those areas where there is a lovely wishing well filled with flowers and I knew right away that I needed to capture that scene in a card with some of the wonderful dies from Susan’s Garden. Here’s how I got to “Wishing You Well” –