Summer is here in all it’s sun-lovin’ glory. Who doesn’t love a cool drink of lemonade on a warm day? It’s Sandy Diller here with you to share a refreshing thought and a fun card using the Summer Drink die set. Cheers!
Hello, fellow crafters! Diana here today to ask that you dream big and to have fun while doing it! Personally I find this hard to do as I like my little comfort zone but I’m hoping to be more daring this year and take some risks. And I know some like-minded folks so I though this card would be a great way to encourage one another. As always, I kept it pretty clean but I think that wood grain background photographed by Els really ties it all together. Read on for the instructions on how to make this encouraging card for someone in your life.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today with a masculine card to share with you. In general, I think many of us would agree that it’s trickier to create a masculine card than a feminine card. My Dad loves chocolate so I thought the Cake Pop Up would make a perfect card for him.
I would like to show you how I made this easy Father’s Day card – or for added versatility, simply change the sentiment to suit your needs. Let’s get started!
Hi, It’s Sandy Diller here today to share a project with you that is all about using what you already own in a creative way. I just love Els’s new patterned cardstock “Through the Lens”, and I’m always on the lookout for ways to use it. Our grandson is graduating from High School in June and I wanted a way to display his photo that honors the occasion. I found an unfinished wooden frame in my stash that I decided to use.
Hi, it’s Sandy Diller here to share a gift I made for a friend who likes tea. I constructed this box, with a drawer, using chipboard but you could do the same thing with any box, simply by covering it with patterned paper. The top folds flat for mailing and then pops up for use in the kitchen. I combined the Hanging Charm Pull Tab die with the Cup Pop Stand to create a cute and useful gift.
Here’s how I did it. Let’s get started!
Hi! It’s Marsha here today, sharing a scrapbook page I created with the new Els van de Burgt Studio ‘Through the Lens’ patterned paper!
You’ve probably read that Els has shot all the images for these papers herself and some of these were even photographed in the Dutch city that I live in!
My page is about a different city though: Brussels in Belgium. On a beautiful sunny Saturday in September I took a train there to meet up with one of my online friends and she showed me the sights!
Steps to create this page:
1. Create a photo collage.