Hi there! It’s Suzanne here today as 2017 comes to an end. I hope it’s been a good year for you and you’re looking forward to an even better 2018! I plan to get out my art supplies more in 2018. I spend a lot of time at the computer and even if I’m being creative, it just isn’t the same as cutting and gluing and inking! What about you? Do you have plans to do more in 2018? Perhaps learn something new?
I’m here today with a quick and easy card for someone with a winter birthday! There are lots of winter babies out there who need cards! It’s a great example of how you can mix and match dies from the A Way With Words collection and it’s super easy!
Here is how to make it:
by Judi Kauffman
Today’s project is a reusable sign to display on the table, mantel, or near the doorway at a birthday party! I picked bright, happy colors, but the color scheme is up to you. Go for school or team colors, a masculine or feminine palette, or something holiday-related. (If you pick shades of red, leave off the word ‘Birthday’ and use only ‘Party’ the sign is just right for Valentine’s Day and Christmas!) The optional easel folds flat for storage.
It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a tutorial today for the Die Cut Design Team. Today I decided to play with some of the new ModaScrap products, the Lace Corner and the Color of Puppies Girl Papers. I just love this new range of papers.
This is Selma Stevenson today. Spring is here and it is time for all the little baby birds to be seen, and that was the inspiration for my Spring Happy Birthday card. This is Selma Stevenson today. I hope my project makes you feel happy!
It’s Frances here today with a tutorial for the Coloring Design Team. With Easter only a month away I thought it would be fun to create an Easter Card using the Krista Schneider Woodland Pals stamp set and coordinating dies. There is a cute little rabbit in this set, making it perfect for Easter.
As you can see, I decided to create a Penny Slider card using Joset Designs Sliders and Spinners die set. It is optional as to whether you use pennies or cardboard circles for the spinner mechanism, however the weight of the pennies does make the image spin and slide better. Instead of a coin, substitute a metal washer. (Cover the hole in the washer with cardstock.)
Hi there! It’s Suzanne here today, with a card that is a shout out to all the fine people in the U.K. who greet one another with the joyful “Happy Christmas”! Although there is no Happy Christmas set in the A Way With Words line, you can easily mix and match dies to get many perfect combinations, so today I’ve added “happy” from the Happy Birthday 2 set to “Christmas” from Merry Christmas (#1235).
Here is how you can make this card:
It’s Frances here today. For my card I have created a “Gap Card” using the Candles die set. It is called a “Gap Card” as there is a gap or opening between the top and bottom of the card where you can see the inside of the card.
It’s my turn to post a tutorial on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today. Today I have created a birthday card using the new Turtle die from the Joset Designs Collection.
It’s Frances here with today’s project. For my card today I wanted to play with some of the fun patterned papers that Elizabeth Craft Designs has recently released in the Through the Lens patterned cardstock packs. Today, I am focusing on the Metal series to create a birthday card for a male.
It’s Frances here with today’s project. With Easter being only a week away, I decided to create an Easter card using Joset Designs Easter Eggs die set and the Els van de Burgt Studio Stitched Rectangles. I couldn’t help but add some green to my card using the new Through the Lens Wood Series 6×6 cardstock.