Who else is excited for the upcoming holiday season? Sure, there’s the stress of cooking, and gift-giving… but that also means that there are more opportunities to craft! (And we couldn’t be more excited!)
With the help of our amazing Design Team, we’ve put together a list of Thanksgiving projects you’ll definitely want to make this year. Take a look below, and be sure to tell us in the comments which one you’ll be making!
What I’m thankful for: The aspect of my life that I am most thankful for is my family.
We are a really close family and we help each other through good and bad. We had a rough year with Jon’s health and every day I am thankful for him to be here and our boys that showed their loving and caring and strong demeanor that helped us both. I am thankful for the laughter we share, the lessons we have learned, the moments we have and the life we have built together.
I’m thrilled to introduce you to some of the brand new dies coming
VERY soon to Elizabeth Craft Designs!
Meet the Flourished Deer – large enough to be a feature
design on a card and yet leave room for lots of other embellishments if you
wish. The Flourished Deer comes with a
collar, a bell, an eye and a Rudolph nose should you wish to use it! It’s so versatile!
The flourished snowflake is part of a new set of Flourished Christmas Minis which are perfect on their own and also fit beautifully inside the Love Joy Peace Christmas Ornament. They’re great for combining with stamps, too. (We have a new set of those as well!)
Good morning Crafters, today it is Luciana here, with a new planner spread. I love using the planning system to keep memories and picture and little pieces of my everyday life.
Step 1. create a background page. Use some watercolor as base, and the stamps from the set Pure Spring and the set Patterns 2. Create a texture on the page using the die from the set Planner Patterns and some stripes of washi tapes. Add the hole reinforcers from the set Planner Essentials – 7.
Step 2. Stamp on the White Soft Finish Cardstock the 3 labels from the set Retro Labels, then the sentiments “hello everyday life” from the set Retro Labels Sayings and “for the record” from the set Family. In the empty label I added the name of the baby.
Step 3. Add some embellishments. Die cut from the White Soft Finish Cardstock: 2 set of Garden Notes – Frosty Fern 2 set of Garden Notes – Eucalyptus Frosty Fern 2 set of labels from the set Planner Essentials – 11
Thank you for stopping by. Happy planning! Luciana
Other: Watercolors Distress ink pad Archival ink pad black Washi tape photo corners Nuvo Drops black
It’s almost Halloween crafters, and we have a challenge for you –– you could win a $25 gift card to ecraftdesigns.com!
Here’s how to enter: 1. Create a Halloween-themed project using your favorite ECD products 2. Post a picture of your project on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Elizabeth Craft Designs Family, ECD Planner Group) 3. Be sure to use the hashtag #ECDSPOOKY in your post, or we won’t see it!
The Planner Essential line is perfect as a monthly agenda, mini scrapbook, junk journal, and more –– but, did you ever think to use the line in another creative ways?
For this mini journal, Esther used the large ticket die from the Planner Essentials 11 die set (1655) for the pages. Then, she binded it! You could, of course, choose any method of book-binding you’d like.
We love it when people think outside the box when using our products! Isn’t this mini journal cool? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
The newest Planner Essential collection included 8 new stamps and 8 new dies sets, with Christmas and cooking themes! We also released 3 new planner colors alongside this collection! Take a look at some of them below!