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Halloween Pop Up Card

October 22, 2017

 

Hello Everyone, It’s been a while since I’ve been here on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog but it’s a pleasure to be back as your guest designer today. Halloween is just around the corner so I thought I would create a fun and spooky Halloween card using the Elizabeth Craft Designs General Pop Up die set. This set is so fun and versatile and really a must have in your collection. If you’re new to the General Pop Up dies, make sure to watch one of my latest videos HERE that will explain to you more about them. And don’t forget to visit the Elizabeth Craft Designs website to check out all their Halloween products which are now on sale. Use the code BOO15 and you will receive 15% discount on those Halloween products. Sale start today and runs through October 31st.

Happy Crafting,

Joset

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Hello Pumpkin

October 11, 2017

I love everything “pumpkin” this time of year.  Yes, I fall for the pumpkin spice creamer in my coffee, pumpkin spice oatmeal, and pumpkin spice candies.  I love it all!  Hello, this is Birgit here with you today sharing another love of pumpkins, these sweet dies from Joset Designs.

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Haunted Witch’s Hat – Home Decor

October 9, 2017

Hello friends, it’s Sandy here today with a fun project that I hope you will enjoy.  We all love using our dies to make cards, scrapbook pages, mixed media projects and layouts, but another way to make those crafting items go further is, of course, home decor.  Halloween will be here before we know it but there is still plenty of time to add just one more decoration.  Let’s scare up some fun!

 

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Spooky Tree ~ Halloween Scenery

September 29, 2017

Welcome back friends.

 Melanie here with you today to share a little Halloween Magic. Before receiving these Halloween dies I would have said “I don’t make Halloween cards,” but now that I have played with the dies and stamps from this collection I am hooked. They are amazing and if you like doing scenes then make sure you check out all the others from the collection, especially the Haunted House Set.

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Tri-Fold Halloween Card

September 22, 2017

Hello

This is Anita here! Halloween cards are so much fun to make, especially using the newly released stamps and dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs. There are so many fun images to select from, including bats, pumpkins, a witch, candy corn, spooky trees, a haunted house, and more.

For my tutorial today I created a tri-fold card that provides a lot of space for creating detailed scenes.

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Designer Challenge

Elizabeth Craft Designs Designer Challenge – September

September 19, 2017
Hi everyone!
The Die Cut and Coloring Design Teams are back today with another fun Designer Challenge to share with you.
With Halloween just over a month away our challenge this month is …. Spooktacular Creations – Create a card or project with a Halloween theme. If you haven’t already seen them Elizabeth Craft Designs released a number of fun Halloween themed clear stamps sets with coordinating dies and also die sets last month.

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Elizabeth Craft Designs General Pop it Ups Wednesday With

Wednesday With Shelly – Pop it Ups Double Z-Fold Card

March 15, 2017

 

Hi all! It’s Shelly Hickox with you today, sharing a fun alternative way to use your Pop it Ups Iron Fence Die. I’m always a huge fan of finding new ways to use my favorite dies, and when I saw the cool pop-up Double Z-Fold cards that have been popular lately, I thought the Iron Fence would be perfect to adapt for this fold.

Magical, right?! What I love is that it will fold completely flat for mailing, and shouldn’t require any extra postage. You can go crazy with the fussy-cut embellishments like I’ve done here, or keep it simple. Read on to see how to make one of your own.

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