I hope you’re all doing fine. Today I’m here to share a new small project with different collections from Elizabeth Craft Design. This week is the release of the new florals collection. I used the basket from one set for the cute ducks.
For the base I used the Stitched Indented Rectangle, kraft cardstock and paper from the Pretty Pastels paperpad. The edges are inked with Distress Ink Frayed Burlap.
I made the basket from the Floral Foliage 1 with Soft Finish Cardstock and Distress Ink. I used some small fasteners from Tim Holtz to make it look real.
At the top I did some inking with blue so it looks like water.
I made the cute ducks and cornfields also from Soft Finish Cardstock and Distress Ink. The smaller ducks are in the basket in the water.
At the top I did some stamping with the life is better on the farm stamp. I realy like the fishtail banners with stitching. They are perfect for the stitched rectangle.
I hope you like this post and got an idea with the basket.
Here is a new blogpost from me. I’m totally in the Christmas Mood. A little while ago I made a Christmas Foodtruck during a Facebooklive. Today I made an another truck for the Christmas Season. At this truck you can buy your Christmas tree in different sizes.
I started with the truck from the Foodtruck dies. I used paper from the Beautiful Brights and Pretty Pastels. I also colored some pieces with Distress Ink and Soft Finish Cardstock. In the truck I adhere a table and a Christmas tree. I also made a cash desk.
The wheels are from a stamp from the Planner Essentials ‘cozy days’. The trees on top of the truck are from the Sidekick Essentials.
The gnome bought this year a small Christmas tree. The gnome is made with Soft Finish Cardstock and Distress Ink.
The trees fits perfect in these milk cans. I wish I have this at my home. The milk cans are from the Farm Accessoires. I die-cut 8 milk cans. I adhere the top of 2 milk cans together so it can stand.
And at least this signboard. I also die-cut this part 2 times so I can make it stand.
When you put everything togehter, you get this little scenery. Now you can understand that there are more possibilities with the truck for this festival. So soon you will see more.
I’m here for you today with a new blogpost. Today it is a sweet card with an ice cream. I will lead you step by step through this card.
I started with two tags from the Nested Tags dies. At the top I made a scoreline and adhere that small part together. You can see that line at the top. But you can still open it.
As base I used a piece of designpaper (Bellrose Pink) from 22 X 14 cm. I also cut a piece kraft cardstock from 22,5 x 14,5 cm. I also cut a piece designpaper from 5 x 16 cm and made a scoreline at 0,9 and 15,1 cm.
Now we adhere the 2 parts designpaper together. But you only adhere the small 0,9 cm and the back. So this piece is open to put things behind.
I cut out a piece of the designpaper and adhere this at the background. As you can see I also adhere the designpaper at the kraft.
I made a small cluster to add on the pink strip. All these elements are from the same paperpad.
Now it’s time to decorate the tags I made in the beginning. I cut a tag and numberstrip from the paperpad. I did some stamping at tickets and tabs and made a girl (the witch dies) with an ice cream. I used the donut from the Foodtruck Accessoires as reinforcer.
Adhere this at the front of the tag.
For the inside I cut out again a piece of the paperpad but also did some stamping with the good food good mood stamp. I made an bigger ice cream and ticket.
I also did some stamping and coloured 2 of them with a glitter pen.
Now I can slide one part of the tag under the stripe and one part above. You can unfold a part or you can take it all out.
Well I hope you enjoyed this project. I did when I was making. Thankyou for visiting and see you soon!
Elizabeth Craft Design Supplies:
Other used supplies:
Distress Ink: Brushed Corduroy, Black Soot, Tattered Rose and Frayed Burlap
Welcome at this new blogpost from me, Lisanne Geerdink. I made a sea/beach box for you this time. The weather is great to work with the sea collection from Joset. This blogpost will be full with step by step pictures because the box is made by myself. It is good to know that everything is in CM not inches.
So first we need a piece white cardstock from 9 x 30,5 cm and made scorelines at 9 cm and 18 cm.
At the same piece you have on the right a square from 9 cm x 9 cm. We need to cut out a window from 7 x 7 cm. This piece will be the back, bottum and front side.
Now we will cut the piece for the sides and top. For this part we need a piece of white cardstock from 28 x 10 cm. And we made a scoreline at 0,5 cm, 9,5 cm, 18,5 cm and 27,5 cm.
We also need to make two scorelines at the longest side at 0,5 cm and 9.5 cm. These lines will make the strip we can use to adhere everything together.
It is one long line now, we need to cut some pieces out of this line. You will see that in the next picture. All the grey parts need to cut out.
Now we need to make 5 squares with design papier from 8,9 x 8,9 cm. It is just a little bit smaller than the cardstock, but now it fits perfect. Two of this squares we adhere at the piece cardstock with 3 squares from 9 x 9 cm. It is also smart to put the double sided adhesive at all the strips, that will be easier later.
We also need a piece acetate from 8 x 8 cm. We will adhere this at the part we cut out a window.
Now we can adhere some parts together. You lay the piece with the window at your desk. First I adhere one strip at the left side at the bottom and the back. Once you do this you can adhere the three other strips. You have the box like the picture below.
Now we can put the pieces design paper in the box at the sides, bottom and top so you don’t see the stripes anymore. I also put a piece from the Mason Jar at one design paper. Now it looks like reef.
Now it is decorate time. So I coloured some weed, the sea turtle and the whale with Distress Ink for inside the box. I adhere these parts with the pop-up dies. You only need the put these dies through your machine with cardstock and cut the pieces out. Than you have one rectangle with a scoreline.
At the window I adhere sand that imagine the bottom of the sea. I used the dies from the sea weed set. In this set are also stones and weed. I coloured this also with Distress Ink and adhere this. Now we can adhere the front with window at the box. I also cut out a piece design paper from 9 x 9 cm and made the same window in it (7×7 cm).
I cut out 3 pieces from 9 x 9 cm, two for the left and right side and one for the top. For the back you need a piece of 9 x 12,4 cm. I made the oyster shell as base for the top of the box.
I made the light house and the sand crab for the beach part. Also with some shells and the sentiment ‘wishing you oceans of you’.
At least I put a shell and anchor at the front of the window. Now is everything done. I had so much fun making this project.
I hope you enjoyed it to, thanks for watching and see you next time!
It is time for a new blogpost from me, Lisanne. Today it is a birthday card for the daughter of my neighbor’s . It is her first birtday.
First I made the head of the animals and the safari jeep. I only need the heads because that is enough for the window. I used Soft Finish Cardstock and Distress Ink to make these elements.
And if you adhere these elements together you will get a cute Safari Jeep.
As base I made the Mason Jar with paper from Reminiscene The Book 5. I used the Safari saying stamps for the background.
For the front I cut out the window of the jar and made a grass line in it. As you can see it trimmed this in two pieces other wise I didn’t have enough. But you don’t see that later because I adhere the jeep over that part.
At the top I made some jungle leaves.
I adhere the Safari Jeep.
I adhere the background behind the mason jar and made a small jar with the sentiment ‘have a roaring birthday’.
At least I put the name of the girl at the jeep.
So I hope you like this post about this birthday card. Thankyou for visiting and see you soon!
Hi everyone! It is Lisanne here today with a new blogpost. It is a few days ago when it was 14 february but I think loving someone can be at any day.
Let’s start with the background I made at the Fitted Rounded Rectangle. I used a stencil from the Planner Stencils 1 and Peeled Paint Distress Oxide. I also inked the edged and make some lines at the background.
After that I made all the elements for this card. I started with the hay ride. Everything is inked with Distress Ink at the Soft Finish Cardstock.
I made the scarecrow as a boy and a girl. For the girl I used hair from the Holiday Elf Hers.
When I adhere the Hay ride at the card I missed something. I added some hay at the Hay ride.
The two scarecrows are in the car and I think they like each other.
At least I added a fishtail with the sentiment ‘love grows here’.
I hope that you like this cute card with the two scarecrows who fall in love with each other.
Hi all! I’m here with a page in my little book which I made last year. It is a project with small pages because I used the Arrow Insert Dies. Great for a little book!
If you use the Arrow Insert dies you get a page. But if you trim this in half you can make a lot of different combinations. First I stamped at the open arrow with CS215, just lightly.
At the back of the open arrow I made a little scene with the Slimline Adventure Edges and the Ducks. I adhere this at with some double sided adhesive.
At the tab on top I did some stamping ‘enjoy today’. Now it is time to make it into a shake card.
At the back I put some double sided adhesive at all the sides and adhere acetate. After that I need to put some double sided adhesive again at the acetate. Now you need the do this against each other so the shaker material can’t fall out.
I also adher a daffodil on top of the page and of course a reinforcer from the third set.
Hi all! It’s Lisanne here with my first blogpost for this year. I start this year with a new weekly planner page. I will make a page of every week and when I have a busy week I can always make more pages later. Every month I start with a month page and that is the page I want to share with you today.
I started with the Planner Essentials 1 and paper from Reminiscene the book 5. I also used the prompts and for this month it is Vintage. In this page you see a lot of vintage in the colors I’m using.
The next step is making a label with a stencil, ink and a reinforcer. I also used a stencil using a die from File Folder Set 2. Before I folded everything together I used the same stencil twice. The first layer is inked and for the next layer I put the same stencil a little bit different with a little bit more ink. In this piece I put the word ‘January’ and a little tab.
To fill the page, I used the Library Pocket Filler Cards. The paper is also from Reminiscene book 5. One is light Brown and one is dark brown. At the light brown card I did some stamping with CS212. Just play with stamping light and dark. In one tab I stamped ‘Hello Life’ from CS252.
Now I started to adhere everything together. First the dark brown Library Card with on top the label. You can see I made 2023 with some branches. I also adhere the reinforcements because I will adhere straight to the holes.
The next layer is the light brown card with the stamping. Now you can see why I did the reinforcers before I adhere this part.
At least I made the cute Squirrel with some flower. I adhere the part with the month January and some branches and flowers. I’m happy with the first month page of this year.
The last close-up picture from the cute Squirrel!
Thank you all for visiting and see you next time!
Kind regards Lisanne Geerdink
Elizabeth Craft Design Supplies:
Reminiscene the book 5
Blue Jeans Planner
S045 Planner Stencil 2
S044 Planner Stencil 1
1603 Planner Essentials 1
Other used supplies:
Distress Oxide Ink: Crackling Campfire
Distress Ink: Frayed Burlap, Walnut Stain, Gathered Twigs, Ground Espresso, Vintage Photo, Black Soot and Tea Dye