Hello everyone, it’s Annette Green here today with my final post of the year for Susan’s Garden Design Team. It’s been a wonderful year working with Susan’s beautiful flower dies as well as many other Elizabeth Craft Designs products. I’ll surely miss it, but look forward to seeing all the new designs from this amazing company and hope to come back to visit as a guest designer in 2017. Today I’ve created a masculine card using Susan’s Carnation die to prove that you can use flowers on cards for men, too.
Hi everyone, Annette Green here today with Susan’s Garden Team. With the holidays quickly approaching, you might find yourself short on time and in need of quick, inexpensive gift ideas with a personal touch. Today I’m sharing an easy treat holder idea using Susan’s die, some pattern paper and trims. These sweet little holders could be filled with candy (like mine), a gift card, money or even a small gift. Let me show you how fun and easy these are to make.
Hello again, friends! It’s Annette Green with Susan’s Garden Team here today with a festive holiday tag. While in the craft store the other day I was inspired by the pretty displays combining vintage pinks and platinum golds. Such a beautiful combination. I’ve combined both of Susan’s poinsettia dies to create a Marble Pink Poinsettia tag. Let me show you the steps so you can try one yourself.
Hello, it’s Annette Green here today with Susan’s Garden Club design team. I’ve started on my holiday cards for the season and wanted to share a fun and festive card I’ve created with Susan’s Carolina Farmhouse Door along with Holiday Holly & Berries dies. My card is 5″ x 7″ – just the right scale and perfect fit for the Farmhouse Door. Let me share how I made it.
Hello everyone, Annette Green here from the Susan’s Garden Club Design Team. I’m hosting a holiday brunch in December and thought it would be nice for my guests to have a special, handmade place setting to take home after the meal. I used the new Mistletoe die as a decorative element on my festive red burlap bags. Here’s how easy these were to make…
Hi everyone, Annette Green here with Susan’s Garden Design Team, and I’ve got a “sweet” birthday card to share today. I adore the new Macarons die by Joset. Combined with the Christmas Pudding die for the cake stand and the easy-to-assemble Aster flower die by Susan, this fun card came together easily. Let me show you the steps so you can try your own.
Annette Green here today with Susan’s Garden design team to share a fun Halloween decor project. I recently received a whimsical (and tasty) bottle of wine from a good friend who knows how much I LOVE Halloween. We drank it up with our friends, and I immediately washed out the bottle and put it aside for a future project. I’d love to share how I altered it into a fun and festive decor piece for my home during the fall season.
Hello everyone, it’s Annette Green from the Susan’s Garden Club Design Team here today to share some pretty gift bags adorned with the new Amaryllis flower die. After doing some research on this flower, I discovered the Gigantic Pink Amaryllis. I loved the coloration of this particular type.
Hi everyone, it’s Annette Green today with Susan’s Garden Design Team. Even though Florida is rather hot and humid this time of year, it’s Fall in my craft room. While strolling through my local craft store the other day, I came across realistic-looking scented candles with battery-operated wicks. This is what inspired me for my project today.
Hello everyone, it’s Annette Green from the Susan’s Garden Club Design Team here today to share a special birthday card for my Mom. I was in the mood for fall, so I created a flower pot filled with fall flowers. Garden Notes ‘Potted’, ‘Marigold’ and ‘Aster’ are brand new dies from the Summer 2016 release!
Check out Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s video tutorial on the Garden Notes Aster HERE.