Angela here with today’s post. This is my last one as a member of the Susan’s Garden Design team so I’d like to take a minute to say thank you for your kind comments and “likes”. I’ve had a great time designing and sharing my cards with you!
For this post I decided to create a winter scene with Susan’s CountryScapes dies. They are so much fun to play with and the endless ways they can be combined will let your imagination come to life.
This card uses several die sets including English Cottage 2, Build a Snowman, Mountains, and Country Fence with the Snow Decor accessories. Add one of my favourite trees from The Woods set and a scene is born!
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today. Don’t you love all the creative ways you can use your die sets to create fun scenes. Very soon we will be seeing lots of pumpkins so I decided to create a scene you might see out in the country. I have used White Soft Finish Cardstock to die cut all the pieces for this card, and used ink pads and a sponge dauber to color each piece. I added a black cat to the card in the picture below. Here is how the card was created.
Hi everyone! Angela here. For today’s project I have opted to go with a tag using Tags and More 7 – Vine, Susan’s Garden Notes Hydrangea 2, as well as the CountryScapes – Country Fence 1 and Elizabeth Craft’s Leafy Branch. The grass and sky background were created using CountryScapes – Clouds and Grass.
Now that Christmas is over it is time to play in the snow! One of Susan’s CountryScapes die sets is the Build A Snowman. I have built the snowman just like Susan shows on the die set envelope, but decided to try building him so he is a little different for this card. Is is fun to play with the dies and use them in different ways – besides, no two snowmen are identical! Here is how the card was created: