It’s Karen here. Christmas is a bit more than five weeks away now. Crazy how fast it’s going to be here…..and there’s even less time to get those fun holiday cards out. Today I hope to inspire you with this easy and fun card made with the Santa Claus die set, some Silk Microfine Glitter, and shapes die cut from paper in the It’s Christmas Time collection.
Hi Crafty Friends,
Hi Everyone! It’s Karen here. I’m excited to be showcasing one of the newly released die sets from Joset Designs! It’s the fun and versatile Elegant Christmas Tree. For today’s project I used the die set, some of the amazing Silk Microfine Glitter and some Nuvo Drops to create a holiday card.
Hey Friends! It’s EK here today sharing a little bit of paradise with you. As my weather outside heats up to uncomfortable levels, I just keep imaging myself somewhere tropical. To help push the fantasy a little further, I thought I would whip up a little card from paradise using the new Tropical Florals die set.
By Judi Kauffman
This tutorial is devoted to sweet treats and parties. And, yes. I ate all three fancy store-bought cupcakes after finishing the photos…one a day to prove myself capable of a modicum of self-restraint (I live near Georgetown Cupcake so I splurged), but I resisted the urge to bake or buy a cake on which to show the cake topper!
This project has many other options. Several are listed at the end of the instructions.
by Judi Kauffman
Planning a wedding or other big event? Need to keep track of invitations sent and RSVPs received, the menu and other aspects of the special event? Give some inexpensive composition books a facelift and you can do it in style!
To customize the books for use as a journal instead of a planner, incorporate the word ‘Courage’ or ‘Memories’ or ‘Faith’ or ‘Make a Wish’ instead. And ‘Special Day’ remains a good choice for journals as well as planner books. Suzanne Cannon’s A Way With Words collection has so many wonderful options.
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It’s Sara here today and I have a new project for you. Actually, it’s two coordinating projects featuring a lot of summery products.
This projects reminds me so much of Hawaii that I decided to take photos of it that evoke the islands even more instead of against a plain piece of board, with some leaves and a black rock background just like in a magazine.
Hi everyone, it’s Luciana here and I’m so happy to be back on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog to share a layout that I created thinking of wildflowers and celebrating my passion for tea infusions.
The project evokes a summer table seen from above, with a cup of tea, a spoon and some wildflowers with their scattered petals.
Hi everyone, it’s Sandy Diller here with you today and I’m sharing a trinket box that I made to hold some treasures in my craft room. This box is much more fun than a simple bag or envelope to hold small items that I have cleaned up from my work table while working on a project. I have been wanting to make some of Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s flowers and this was the perfect time. It was fun and simple to make – so let’s get started.