Hi everyone! Here in Montreal, our first major storm has just been through, leaving us with a lovely blanket of snow. One of my daughters, although an adult, still gets excited at the thought of snowman building, so this card is for her. It combines my love of Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s CountryScapes with the Build a Snowman die set as well as her lovely Garden Notes – Whitepine Boughs and Pinecone and Garden Notes – Holiday Holly & Berries die sets. Silk Microfine Glitter adds the perfect sparkle to the snowman.
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today. I have designed a card using Susan’s new Garden Notes Flowering Trees of Spring die set along with two of her Garden Notes wreath sets.
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.
Happy Thursday Everyone! It’s Tina here today. Can you believe the holidays are nearly upon us? This year has flown right by. Have you prepared your Holiday projects and cards yet? Elizabeth Craft Designs has many new and older items to help you out. Below is a sample to get your creative juices flowing. Below you will find easy step-by-step instructions to recreate this card. Folded, it measures 6″ x 6″.
Hanging a wreath on our door at Christmas time is a great holiday tradition. Creating a pretty wreath to decorate a package, or a card, is easy to do using Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s new Garden Notes – Evergreen Wreath die and her new Garden Notes – Small Poinsettia die set. Here is how I created this wreath: