Good morning! Diana here with a fun card for you. Fall is finally making an appearance with the cooler weather here in Northern Virginia. Most of my flowers have started to fade but my Gerbera Daisies actually prefer the lower temperature. I love how bold and pretty they are – bigger than my other daisies and definitely more colorful. So when I saw the new Quietfire Design A Way With Words dies I knew I would be combining “be Bold” with the Gerbera Daisies. I also used my (current) new favorite technique for making backgrounds – Distress Oxide inks on coated photo paper.
Autumn is finally here and the leaves are turning to shades of orange and red. I love the fiery colours, so vibrant and beautiful.
The Susan’s Garden collection has many flowers that bring the essence of fall to my table. One such flower is the Gerbera Daisy.
My card today features these delightful daisies. Can you feel fall here, too?
Hello to all you wonderful craft-loving friends. Today is my turn to post on Elizabeth Craft Designs blog with a design for Susan’s Garden Design Team.
The card I created features the wildflowers that grow right here in Maine. The flowers are arranged in Susan’s Garden Notes Pottery Pitcher, a die that is made to look like an old enamel pitcher. I love having the actual flowers to look at as I create them in paper. Most of the wildflowers are found growing either in my field or along the roadside as I drive into town. The one I could not find was the blue chicory. I had my husband driving around to find some, but we were a few days too early and by the time I was ready to create the chicory they were in bloom.
This is Anita here with another flower filled card from Susan’ s Garden.
Gerberas are beautiful blooms that can be found in many colours. They range from white, pale pink, peach to hot red , yellow , orange and so on.
I have created many such colourful gerbera blooms with Susan’s Garden Notes die.
My card today features the beautiful gerbera with the new ModaScrap papers.
Hi Everyone! It’s Tina here today for Susan’s Garden Club. By now you’ve seen the stunning new line from Susan Tierney-Cockburn. I was so excited when I saw that there was a Gerbera Daisy die because the Gerbera Daisy is my favorite flower, a flower that makes me happy. For my last post I showed you how to create a bubble background for your card. Today I have another background technique for you. It’s the Wax Paper Technique. Below are the steps to create the background and the rest of the card.
Hello to all my crafty friends out there!
Welcome to ECD. Today my post for Susan’s Garden Club Team has Susan’s newly launched Garden Notes Gerbera Daisy and Garden Notes Fairy – Tiger Lily . My Fairy is dancing in her flared skirt and she is super happy. For the background of my card I used the colors of spring.
Have a look!!!
Hello to all,
Welcome to the ECD blog and especially to Susan’s Garden Club. I am Anita here. Susan’s Garden is filled with the best flower making dies and I just love all of them. You’ll find roses and hydrangeas, gerbera daisies, pansies, lilies and many more.
Today, I have created some delicate pastel blooms for you using the newly-released Garden Notes Gerbera Daisy.
In nature this flower grows in a variety of colours from pastel to vibrant. I love the pastels and chose soft pink. There are eight dies in the set including the stem, leaves, and all of the parts of the flower!
“Like an old photograph
Time can make a feeling fade
But the memory . . .
Never fades away.”
Hello Dear Friends, Shalini Pahwa here and welcome to my first post on the ECD blog. I’m super excited to be here. The above lyrics from American singer, songwriter and actor Tim McGraw are the essence of my latest creation. I have made this from an old hollowed-out table clock and I chose faded, antique looking colors to give it a worn look. I decorated it with flowers made with dies from the exquisite Susan’s Garden Club collection. This creation of mine is a reflection of what one really wants to hold onto in life – the reminiscence of good times past, incorporating those experiences and what we have learned from them into the present.