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Documenting Arizona

March 22, 2023

Karen here sharing a couple Planner Essentials pages from a recent trip my guy and I made with his dog on a road trip to Arizona. We got to see amazing fun sights like the Grand Canyon, Sedona and Winslow Arizona (where we stood on a corner). I created a couple pages – one for my Places I’ve Been album and another for Sadie’s album!

The page base for this first page (for Sadie’s album) is from Planner Essentials 39 and is Bellrose Pink paper. I also used some orange and pink from the Reminiscence Book 2 for highlights. The square elements, camera, and the flag are from the 39 set. I also added some letters using the Alphabet Tabs set. The hearts are in the Winter Bird set.

On the back, I used the Winter Bird as an element. It was SO cold on this trip that we even had to put Sadie on her leash.

This page is for my Places I’ve Been album and uses Planner Essentials 6 along with the Alphabet Tabs and dies from the File Folder Set 1. I used that fun picture in Sedona again, but this album is mine….and Sadie’s album is at my guy’s house 🙂 The stamp is from Destination Phrases.

On the back are more elements from the File Folder 1 set. The stamps are from the Moods set. Of course no page is complete without reinforcements from the variety packs.

Thank you for stopping by today!

Craftily yours, Karen

Supplies from Elizabeth Craft Designs

Other Supplies

Kraft Cardstock, pen for dots on page

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Mini Floral Truck

March 21, 2023

Hi everyone, it’s Tina here. Today I am sharing a Mini Floral Truck. Below are the steps to create your own Mini Floral Truck Card.

Step 1 – Trim White Soft Finish to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, score at 4 1/4″ and fold in half for a horizontal top fold card. To create the mini truck version visit Els’ YouTube here. You have to place the Food Truck die slightly below the fold line so that the card doesn’t cut in 2 and bring the front just at the edge of the side. Pass it through the die cutting machine and cut only the front. The same for the back. Place it at the edge and only diecut the back. For the center part use a trimmer or an exacto knife.

Step 2 – Diecut Food Truck pieces using various colors of cardstock. Assemble and adhere to truck using Kid’s Choice Glue.

Step 3 – Diecut Farm Accessories (sunflower) using various colors of cardstock. Assemble and adhere to card using Kid’s Choice Glue.

Step 4 – Diecut Monster 2 (flower) using various colors of cardstock. Assemble and adhere to card using Kid’s Choice Glue.

Step 5 – Stamp Good Food Good Mood using Versafine Onyx Black Ink to the inside of the card.

Don’t be afraid to come up with ways to stretch (or in this case slim) your dies. Below is a link to all the products used. Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

Products Used:

Joset Designs

Tic-Tac-and Toe-tally Fun

March 20, 2023

Hello Jackie here with todays post which is a super fun one today, the kids are going to love this one! I have created a pizza box tic-tac-toe board game complete with tiny playing pieces, the game is small enough to pack up and take on your travels keeping those small and big kids occupied!

Step One:

Start by die cutting and building the pizza box base then add a die cut scalloped edged layer to the lid.

Step Two:

Next build the burger. I have stacked up the bun part three times to add some dimension, add a yellow panel to the lid before attaching the burger along with all the words.

Step Three:

To create the playing board. Cut a white panel then trim four thin strips of red card, use a gridded cutting board to arrange and glue the strips into the criss cross shape. I have stacked up the white panel by three layers to create a sturdy board.

Step Four:

Layer the playing board on a yellow scalloped edge base, I have double stack the base for extra stability.

Step Five:

I have stacked the pieces with a lot of die cuts to make them thick and sturdy, you can choose to use as many layers as you like.

The playing board and pieces fit perfectly inside the box.

Thank you for stopping by today, I hope I have inspired you to have a go at one of these game boxes. You could easily make this in a different theme by using other small die cuts.

Happy crafting – Jackie x

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Donuts and More Donuts

March 17, 2023

Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here. I love playing with the donut die in the Food Truck Accessories die set.


Cut a piece of kraft cardstock using the second largest rectangle from the Stitched Rectangles die. Cut another piece of green cardstock using the stitched die from the Book Box die, Cut a piece of white alcohol coloring cardstock measuring 4 1/4″ ” x 5 1/2″. From the Food Truck Accessories, cut, color, and assemble 3 of the large. donuts. I like to put post-it tape to the underside of the die cut to hold it in place while I color the objects.

Using the donut from the stamp set, randomly stamp the donut on the piece of 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ piece of white alcohol safe cardstock. I did cut the words of the donut so that I has some plain donuts and some that said “DONUT WORRY” on them.

Color the donuts using alcohol markers. I have used a Micron pen for my sprinkles

Stamp the sentiment from the stamp set to the back side of the die cut banner. I like to use the negative to create a template that I can place the banner in and stamp perfectly every time. This time save comes in handy when making multiple sentiment banners. Also, because the stamps are flexible, you can manipulate how the stamp adheres to your stamping platform to follow the curves of the banner.

Once the coloring is completed, die cut the piece using the second largest fitted rectangle die from the Fitted Rectangle die set. Then using the three circles from the Sidekick Essentials 23 die set, the circles out of the rectangle just created.

Adhere the thin frame created when the rectangle was cut to the card base which is a standard A2 card base.

Adhere kraft cardstock layer and then the rectangle with the circle cut outs to the card. I have also added foam tape to the back of the donuts

Adhere the donuts into the circles on the card. The top donut had a Glaze pen used to give it a shiny look. The middle donut has Clear Silk Microfine Glitter sprinkled over translucent gel medium for a frosting look.

Fold the banner by following the score lines and adhere to the front of the card. I inked the edges with the same Toffee Crunch ink. I also added a little bit of foam tape to the banner for additional dimension

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But first… coffee

March 17, 2023

Hi all! Sylvia here. Today I have a quick card for you, using the brand new stampset from the foodtruck, combined with Esther’s new ticket dies. This card can be an invitation for a friend to get together and have some coffee. Let’s start creating!

Step 1: cut a piece of white cardstock of approx 10×15 cm [4×6 inch]
Step 2: using the coffeebean stamps, stamp lots of beans randomly at the top of the card, working your way down to the bottom, slowly fading out the pattern, as shown in the photo. I used a dark brown colour of ink.

Step 3: cut a ticket from set 2008 tickets and tabs in white cardstock and layer it on a bigger ticket from the same set. Stamp ‘but first… coffee’ from set CS 296 on the white ticket

Step 4: layer your stamped coffeebean card on a light brown mat, in which you cut a notch approx 4 cm from the botton. Adhere the beancard with attached mat with foam tape to the dark brown bottom mat

Step 5: cut another white ticket, stamp the same coffebeen pattern all over this ticket and adhere a ‘kiss’ in red on the small part of this ticket. Stamp the text ‘calories don’t count’ on the larger part of this ticket. Slide the ticket in between the 2 mats at the notch.

Happy crafting!

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

Cardmaking Joset Designs

Scary Food Truck

March 15, 2023

Karen here today posting a bit more inspiration using the Food Truck! Today’s inspiration is about a scary truck!

Started by creating this adorable little monster with the Monster 1 set. How sweet is he playing on top of the truck with his partially eaten cookie?!

I added some cookies and corn also to the window of the food truck. (The cookies are part of the Monsters 1 set – I added chocolate chips with a pen. The corn is part of the Corn Field set.) I cut the awning in both black and orange to add this little decoration to the awning.

Final touches to the food truck included the eye and the truck sign that are from the Monster Hugs Stamp set and the dots along the bumper that I did with a silver glitter pen.

Thank you for stopping by today!

Craftily yours, Karen

Supplies from Elizabeth Craft Designs

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Pens, cardstock, ink

Joset Designs

Farm fresh pick up truck

March 12, 2023

Hi all! It’s Sylvia here with a fun twist in the brand new food truck. Have you seen it yet? Joset turned my idea perfectly into a great design and together with all the accessories it is such a versatile set. Here is another fun variation that you can create with this food truck. Are you ready?

Step 1: diecut all parts of the foodtruck from Soft Finish Cardstock. Diecut as well some fruits, veggies and crates from set 1858 farm accessories and a basket from the foodtruck accessories, also in Soft Finish cardstock

Step 2: trim off the small part above the hind wheel, as shown in the photo below

Trim off the small strip on the left

Step 3: cut the foodtruck at the black lines as shown in the next photo. Now you’ll have a base for a pick up truck.

Step 4: colour all parts to your liking. I used distress ink salvaged patina and speckled egg for the blueish tones and brushed corduroy for the browns, I also rubbed some copper wax randomly to get a ‘rusty look’ on the pick up truck.

Step 5: assemble the truck as shown in the photo and stamp ‘farm fresh’ on the side, using the stamp from set CS 296 goid food, good mood

Step 6: colour the crates, basket, fruits and veggies to your liking. Note: I used the centre part of the sunflower as oranges

Step 7: arrange the crates, basket, fruits and veggies on the pick up truck. I added a steering wheel and used the T-shape from set 1620 safari accessories for mine. Now your truck is ready to deliver the harvest to the market. You can use it in your planner or send it as a card to a friend.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask! I love to see your trucks.

Happy crafting!


Elizabeth Craft Designs supplies:

Other supplies:

Color medium like distress ink or similar, metallic rub on

Joset Designs Planner Essentials Sidekick Essentials

How lucky I am! By Katie Porcina

March 10, 2023

Hi everyone, Katie here with todays blog post! and today we are creating a fun St. Patrick’s Day Planner page set. Nothing says luck than a rainbow, lucky clover and a pot of gold. So grab a hot beverage or a green beer and lets get started.

Step 1: Out of your choice of cardstock cut out your gnome, clovers and black pot. The gold coins are the centers of reinforcement circles cut from gold cardstock. Once all your pieces are cut, ink your edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink and assemble.

Step 2: Out of the Curved Library Pocket, cut out the word Lucky from black and green cardstock, assemble and set aside.

Step 3: Out of Sidekick Essentials 19 cut two base pages and two mats, ink your edges and attach your photo mats.

Step 4: I used a Lawn Fawn die for my rainbow and cut from coordinating cardstock and assembled.

Step 4: I attached my Lucky word and pop-dotted my clover. Next, I pop-dotted my rainbow and gnome!

Step 5: attach your pot of gold and adhere your gold coins, pop-dot both of my clovers!

Step 6: Attach your reinforcements from your Sidekick Planner Essentials 19 and the circles from Reinforcements Pack 1.

Step 7: Final step, speckle with white paint!

Thank you for joining me today, I hope it brought you some inspiration! Have a wonderful crafty day!

Joset Designs

Food Truck Accessories Cards

March 7, 2023

Hi everyone, it’s Tina here. I have some fun cards to share with you using the Food Truck Accessories Dies. It’s a great to create CAS cards. See below for the steps to create your own cards.

Card 1

Card 2

Step 1 – Card 1 and 2: Trim White Soft Finish Cardstock to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, score at 4 1/4″ and fold in half for a horizontal top fold card. (A2)

Step 2 – Trim White Soft Finish Cardstock to 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″. Card 1: use a Mini Ink Pad and swipe it directly to cardstock. Place Planner Stencil 3 on top of panel and ink blend color of your choice to add a subtle background. Card 2: On a Gel Plate add colors of your choice and place a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock to pick up the ink. Place Planner Stencil 3 on top of panel and ink blend color of your choice to add a subtle background.

Step 3 – Card 1 and 2: Diecut Fitted Rectangles to the panels created from Step 3. Adhere both to individual card front using Foam Tape.

Step 4 – Card 1 and 2: Diecut Food Truck Accessories using various colors of cardstock. Assemble using Kids Choice Glue and adhere to card using Foam Tape. Optional: Add Glossy Accents to the top to create a glaze top. Let dry.

Step 5 – Card 1 and 2: Stamp Good Food Good Mood Sentiments underneath the image using Versafine Onyx Black Ink.

Try using your dies differently than what they were intended for. Below is a link to all the products used. Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

Products Used:

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What a Whopper!

March 6, 2023

Hello again everyone, Jackie here. I have an extra tasty post today with this gigantic burger stack made using the food truck accessories set. Let’s get started.

Step One:

Die cut a rounded cornered panel that fits slightly smaller than an A2 card blank, stamp the first sentiment top centre and use this as a starting point to stamp out the whole panel.

Step Two:

Layer the stamped panel onto a piece of black card leaving a very small amount around the edges. Fix to the card front using 3d foam pads.

Step Three:

Stamp out the sentiment again using black ink and white card, trim the piece to fit the size of the burger.

Step Four:

Die cut a handful of burger pieces and start to assemble the stack, place a few of the pieces upside down to create a different look.

Step Five:

Once the burger is built attach to the card front using more 3d foam pads

Thank you for stopping by today I hope I haven’t made you all to hungry!

Happy crafting – Jackie x

Products Used:

Food Truck Accessories Die Set

Good Food Good Mood Stamp Set

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