If you’re a fan of chalkboards, this project is for you! Choose a board that hangs on the wall or go for one that’s easel-backed and can stand on its own. Decorate a rectangle with a sentiment and some embellishments to put at an angle at the upper left corner and you’re done…
I chose to make a chalkboard that welcomes guests and reminds them of the day’s activities, as well as answering the most-asked question (“What’s your wifi password?”), but there are many ways to change and customize the project: Instead of hearts, add stars or butterflies or flowers.
Sympathy cards are some of the hardest cards for me to make. And ones for our beloved pets are just as difficult! I don’t know about you but I struggle with the right level of “fussiness” on a card for such a difficult time. So as always, when in doubt, I go for clean and simple. The Paws and Hearts die (it was available as a stencil before) added just the right amount of detail below. It made me think of how their paw prints make a lasting impression on our hearts. Read on to find how I made this pet sympathy card.
Suzanne’s words and greetings begin with her own unique pen and ink hand-lettering, not computer fonts. Dies are large enough to star on card fronts and they are perfect for journal pages, mixed media, and more. One of our favorite things about Suzanne’s charming and graceful dies is that they mesh seamlessly with other products from the Elizabeth Craft Designs collections.
We are adding 21 new die sets and 3 new Clear Stamp sets to the A Way With Words Collection.
Let’s take a look at what our Design Team created using them!