Easter will be here before you know it –– are you ready? If not, don’t worry –– we’ve got you covered! Our amazing design team has put together a list of 15 projects that are sure to make your Easter a HOPPY one!
Your Easter can be a colorful one with cards like Samantha’s! These are so fun!
The elegance of Suzanne’s design is perfect for anyone on Easter Sunday.
This adorable ornament is adorable hanging on any Easter gift! You can cut felt, among other fabrics, with our die sets!
Joset van de Burgt
Joset’s newest collection is perfect for Easter. The Little Chick and Easter Egg die sets give you a lot of options!
Creating an Easter scrapbook layout is easy when Laura is here to help! Loving the colors!
Diana perfectly combines dies from Suzanne Cannon as well as Susan’s Garden to create this beautiful card. Blessings!
Love stamping? This beautiful Easter card, made by Sara, is simple to put together!
Choosing colors that pop is key! Katelyn wows us with this colorful card!
How about a card in the shape of an egg? This project is so simple, but makes a big statement!
The flowers are blooming for Easter! Combining your favorite blooms with our Easter characters is a perfect fit!
We hope you gain some inspiration from these projects! Let us know which one you loved in the the comments below!
Good morning! Laura here today, sharing a quick 12×12 layout I created. Follow the step-by-step below to see how you can make your own version!
Step 1. Trim papers. You’ll need:
- 1 12×12
- 1 61/4×12
- 1 31/4×12
- 1 23/4×6
- 1 51/2×51/2
Once you’re done cutting, ink the edges of all papers.
Step 2. Using the Stitched Circles die set, die cut 7 circles using dies that one size apart so you have a silhouette and a full circle. Ink the edges of all circles.
Step 3. Die cut or fussy cut 4 butterflies and ink edges
Step 4. Create your flowers using any small Elizabeth Craft Designs flower die. I used the Large Flower, and Bunch of Flowers sets.
Step 5. Adhere everything together and enjoy!
Thanks so much for stopping by. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
Hello everyone!! It’s Luciana here again to share with you a scrapbook layout project. I will never be good at growing real plants and flowers, that is one of the reasons for my passion for paper flowers. But this year I was able to grow a pansy from a seed to a flowering plant. I had to celebrete the event with a scrapbook layout!
Hello there, it´s Sanna here again with another guest design team post. Today I´d like to share a mixed media style scrapbook layout with you for a change. I´ve also created a clean and simple card with some of the residue just for fun and will show that at the end of this post. Hope you enjoy today´s inspiration!
Hello there everyone, it´s Sanna here today with a scrapbook layout tutorial and a pair of cards. For this month´s tutorial I´ve again recorded a start-to-finish video for you to watch. But first, let me show you the layout. Valentine´s Day being just around the corner, I wanted to create something love theme related, so I made a scrapbook page about my younger son and a set of love themed clean and simple cards with some of the newly-released dies as well as some old favorites.
Hello there everyone, it’s Sanna here with a Guest Designer project. But first, I´d like to congratulate everyone on the design team. It’s a great team to be part of! I feel very honored to be able to stay here and share crafty projects with you as a guest blogger. Today is my turn to share the first project, so let’s get started.
Moikka, it’s Riikka here with my last Guest Design Team post for Elizabeth Craft Designs! I want to thank you for the honor of guesting this year and I appreciate your comments. It has been a great ride and I have loved working with the dies and other supplies! My favorites are the new patterned papers and the great stamp sets, so I’m definitely going to continue using those in my makes in the future!
For this last post I’ve made some sweet treats with the Lollypop die set – some candy ATCs and a layout. The idea and the color palette came from the two papers you can see mixed in the first lollipop above – the minty green polka dot and the pink solid paper. They are something I wouldn’t have thought of combining otherwise but as they lay on top of each other when I was going through the supplies in search for an idea for this last post, I noticed how good they looked! And I started to think about candies immediately so then the ball started to roll, so to say. I also mixed in some white to brighten the cards and the black stamping brings in the contrast.
I took some step-by-step photos while working on the ATCs. Below you can see how I layered and combined the different mediums and how the process evolved. As always, you can use the same steps to create something else as well – a regular card or a layout like I did for my second project. Without further ado, here’s the tutorial!