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Jellie’s Christmas house

November 28, 2022

Hii all, it is almost the best time of the year in my opinion. If I aks my nephew he would say the same. The card that I’m sharing with you today is a birthday card for him. He love his cat Jellie and like Christmas. That’s for me 2 good things to combine.

For this card I use the beautiful Christmas Lives Here and some Soft Finish Cardstock for the cat.

I started with a stitched hexagon as base.

Instead of a doghouse I made a cat house. When you use this dies you only made the green part. I adhere some black paper so it looks more like a closed house.

After that I made the red parts and made some Christmas lights. The ligths are a dies from de Holiday Bird House. It brings me into the Christmas mood. I made some sparkling Christmas lights with the Silk Microfine Glitter. Just die-cut the lights with some double sided adhesive at the top. That is why I can put some glitter at it and rub it to the tape.

Now the cat is still missing. My nephew have a cat named Jellie. He is black with white and some green/yellow eyes. He is wearing a party hat from the party time dies.

When I finished everything the background was empty. It was a little late when I think about making a background with a stencil. So I did it very carefully at the sides.

I hope you like this blogpost and get some ideas.

Thankyou for visiting and see you next time!

Kind regards Lisanne

Elizabeth Craft Design supplies:

  • S047 Planner Stencil 3

Other used supplies:

  • Distress Ink Ground Espresso
  • Distress Oxide Ink Black Soot and Crushed Olive
  • Micron pen Black and Brown
Joset Designs

Holiday Treats

November 21, 2022

Hello. Jackie here with today inspiration. I was playing with the new Warm Winter Mug die set and thought hmmmm I wonder if I could make a cupcake! and what do you know it works perfectly.

Step One

Die cut the solid mug part first, you do not need to cut the whole mug as we will only need the bottom half. Trim the handle off.

Step Two.

Lay the two fancy dies on to the solid cut piece, lift off the bottom die then run this though a die cutting machine creating the base for the cupcake. Die cut the fancy piece again into coloured card then glue on top.

Step Three.

Draw and fussy cut out a cake shape as shown in the photo, this will not need to be perfect as you will only see a small amount. Glue the cake in place behind the cup case then the cream on top.

Step Four.

Next, create the striped pattern directly on to an A2 top folding card blank. Trim a hand fall of pink striped patterned paper then starting at one diagonal end glue the first piece in place. cut a 1cm strip of card to act as a template to achieve the correct spacing, continue to glue the thin strips in place until the front is covered then cut off all the overhanging pieces. Repeat this step again only using thinner silver glittered card strips.

Step Five.

Use a stitched rectangle die to cut a small layer. cut this into both coloured card and vellum then attach the two together with a small piece of double-sided tape in the centre. Fix in place on the card front using 1mm foam pads.

Step Six.

Decorate the top of the cup cake with various goodies then attach to the card front using more 3d foam pads. finish off by adding a little bit of sparkle here and there along with the sentiment.

I really love the way you can create different things form Joset’s dies. I hope I have inspired you to have a go at making this cupcake card.

Happy crafting Jackie x

Elizabeth Craft Design Product Used:

Joset Designs Planner Essentials Scrapbooking

Santa Loves Sadie

October 28, 2022

Karen here. Many of you have seen some of my scrapbook pages for my boyfriend’s dog, Sadie. Using the Planner Essentials for scrapbooking is so much fun! Today’s page also features part of Joset’s new Warm & Cozy Release (that is available now in your local and many online stores).

To start this page, I put together the FuN and NeW Santa Claus. I cut the pieces using a combination of patterned cardstock, 90 lb White Soft Finish Cardstock, and black cardstock. For the eyes/eyebrows/etc piece, I first applied 101mm Double Sided Adhesive to make these pieces easier to apply. I added color to the beard (distress ink in Hickory Smoke), face (Copic E00, R20), glasses (Copic C5), eyes (Copic C7), nose (Copic E11), and list (Antique Linen). I love putting together these dies. It reminds me of the fun of playing with paper dolls as a child 🙂

The page base is from Planner Essentials 13. The cardstock is from the Christmas Lives Here set. On the front I added a tag under Santa that is also from the Christmas Lives Here set. I wanted to make it a different shape, so I cut the top with a large Fitted Circle Die and cut the bottom with a corner rounder punch. I edged this piece with distress ink in Walnut Stain. I added the “Santa” letters die cut from Planner Essentials 23. I ended up printing LoVeS and Sadie on my printer and re-cut the list.

On the inside, I added another tag from Christmas Lives here, a reindeer from the NeW Holiday Stocking and the holly from the NeW Cozy Fireplace.

And finally, on the back, I added a tree that I cut from 90 lb White Soft Finish Cardstock backed with 101mm Double Sided Adhesive. (Unfortunately, the tree is from an older set and is no longer available – it was there when I started the page!) And of course, no page is complete without some fun reinforcements!!

Thank you for stopping by. The products currently available from Elizabeth Craft Designs are linked up below!

Craftily yours, Karen

Supplies from Elizabeth Craft Designs

Other Supplies

Black cardstock, inks, Copics

Cardmaking Joset Designs Soft Finish Cardstock Uncategorized

Sneak Peek of Holiday Fun

October 14, 2022

Karen here. I’m jazzed today to be sharing a fun sneak peek of a amazing new collection from Joset – coming SOON to online and brick-and-mortar stores near you! It’s a fun new holiday release that’ll surely make you warm and cozy as you create holiday projects!

I absolutely love this new Fireplace set. I added a sentiment from the new set and though “believe” said it all as Santa Claus attempts to make his way into the house through the fireplace. The Fireplace and Santa Claus legs are mounted on a Rounded Stitched Rectangle.

I used 90 lb Soft Finish Cardstock to create this card. The fireplace on top cardstock was dipped in Distress Oxide Inks of Fired Brick and Worn Lipstick. Then I added 101mm Double Sided Adhesive to another piece of cardstock dipped in Fired Brick and Vintage Photo to create the brick around the fireplace. Having the adhesive on the back sure makes adding the pieces to the fireplace easy! After I started this, I re-did the mantel to be all Vintage Photo.

Eek, I love this new Cook Stove! Again, I used one of the new stamps for a sentiment. I cut the brown and black pieces from other cardstock. The doors of the stove were cut from grey cardstock with double sided adhesive. Easy to put together and warm and cozy. Perfect!

Thanks for checking out these cards. Can’t wait for you all to see the whole collection. It’s so fab!

Craftily yours, Karen

Art Journal Collection Joset Designs Soft Finish Cardstock Traveler's Notebook Watercolor

Hello Fall

September 23, 2022

It is almost Fall over here in the Netherlands so time to play with this season. This time I made a page in my TN. I used the Holiday Special Kit and some dies from Joset.

First I made the page with the house dies and the Fabrick paper. I realy love the brick at the back. The roof is made with Kraft Cardstock paper from Tim Holtz. This is beautiful paper which you can scrub.

Then it is time to decorate the house with some fall stuff. At the left page I adhere a three with leaves and pumpkin’s. All these parts are coloured with Distress Oxide Ink.

At the right page I used stamp/dies from the girl and lantern from the Holiday Special Kit. You can colour this with anything you want, I thought the watercolour pallete from ECD is perfect for this.

At least I made a big pumpkin and some smaller with some leaves. And in the right corner I adhere a sentiment. I like to adhere everything in different depths. The leaves are between the pumpkins, behind the pumpkins and in front of the pumpkins.

I think this is everything about this page. I hope you liked this post and got some ideas.

Thankyou for visiting and see you soon!

Kind regards Lisanne Geerdink

ECD Supplies:

  • Fabrick cardstock (Art Journal Special)

Other used supplies:

  • Kraft Cardstock Tim Holtz
  • Versafine Clair Ink: Nocturne and Pinecone
  • Distress Ink: Ground Espresso
  • Distress Oxide Ink: Vintage Photo, Crushed Olive, Forest Moss, Peeled Paint, Aged Mahogany, Walnut Stain, Fossilized Amber, Carved Pumpkin, Spiced Marmalade
Joset Designs

Mummy Treat Box

September 16, 2022

Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here. As Halloween approaches, it is time for me to start preparing class party favors. Here is a fun project that I came up with   

Preparation: 

Cut 1 Carrot Box from black cardstock. Randomly tear strips of white cardstock. Cut eyes from the Monster 1 die set. Die cut a label from the Planner Essentials – Halloween 3  

Instructions: 
Using a light grey ink, ink the edges of the torn cardstock strips. I prefer to use the rough edge of the cardstock as it gives a more clothlike appearance  

On the treat box glue your eyes to the box, this will help with knowing where the strips will go in the next step 

Randomly adhere the inked cardstock strips to one of the Carrot Box pieces. Make sure to cross the strips in different directions and trim off the excess 

Adhere the die cut sentiment over the hole in the top of the box  

Attach the other piece of the Carrot Box and voila, a super cute mummy treat box. Even the eyes from Monster 3 works well too.  

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies: 

Carrot Box 

Monster 1 

Planner Essentials – Halloween Set 3 

Joset Designs Planner Essentials Sidekick Essentials Soft Finish Cardstock Uncategorized

Winter wishes

September 10, 2022

Hii all, hope you’re all doing fine. So here in the Netherlands it is still warm for a few days. To cool down I made this winter card with Jack Frost. Still like him!

I started with a piece of Soft Finish Cardstock from 15 x 19 cm. I made a scoreline at 15 cm. That means you have a piece of 15 x 15 cm and 4 x 15 cm. At the piece 4 x 15 cm I made a border with the winter edges. It is a no ending die so it is perfect for this card.

After that I trimmed a piece of 15 x 15 cm from acetate and adhere this at the back of edges.

At the bottom I made some snow layers. I tear this pieces with my hand and put some Distress Ink at the edges. You can see the layers better now. I adhere the layers with double sided adhesive at the sides and bottom. The middle is open so I can put things between the layers.

Time to decorate the card with Jack Frost and some trees. The trees are from the Sidekick Essentials. Everything is coloured with Distress Ink, but you can use any medium you want.

At the top you can read a sentiment from stamp set CS148. I also made some sparkling snow with Stickles at the acetate.

I’ll hope you liked this post and got a new idea. You can make this card in different styles, a flower card will also be beautiful. So thankyou for visiting and see you soon!

Kind regards Lisanne Geerdink


ECD supplies:

Other used supplies:

  • Acetate (15 x 15 cm)
  • Stickles daimond
  • Gold embossing powder
  • Distress Ink: Walnut Stain, Ground Espresso, Black Soot, Weathered Wood, Vintage Photo, Tumbled Glass, Forest Moss, Fired Brick, Carved Pumpkin, Peeled Paint.
Cardmaking Joset Designs

Christmas Monsters

September 9, 2022

Karen here. I’m full on into Christmas Card making mode! I love creating them and love sending them, but if I wait until the last minute, it’s all too much! I used the Birthday Flip Card dies to create these fun and interactive gift card holders for the holidays!

I love how the Birthday Flip Card die makes an easy and interactive card. (The die cuts and scores for you!) The base is cut from 90 lb Soft Finish Cardstock. I also used the Monster 2 without his bottom oval. I added the little monster embellishments on his tummy and then edged it a little bit with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. The sentiment is from the Cute Winter Sentiments set.

On the inside, the die set will cut the gift card holder piece to make gift giving easy!

On the second card (also cut from 90 lbs Soft Finish Cardstock on the base, I used the Monster 3 die. In both of my monsters, I cut the top pieces (like the eyes and teeth) with 101mm Double Sided Adhesive on the cardstock first. How sweet is he!?

Thank you for stopping by today!

Craftily yours, Karen

Supplies from Elizabeth Craft Designs

Other Supplies

Pattern and plain cardstock, distress ink, white gel pen for eyes

Joset Designs

Happy Birthday Pennants

August 31, 2022

Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here. I wanted to make a birthday slimline card using the words from the Birthday Flip Card die set.

Preparation: 

From white cardstock, cut a slimline card base measuring 8 1/2″ x 7″. Along the 7″ side, score the card base at 3 1/2″. Cut the Happy Birthday from the Birthday Flip Card die set from colored cardstock of your choice. From the Party Time die set, cut some party hats from you favorite coordinating cardstock along with the paper fans from the same cardstock. Finally, cut a piece of twine from a coordinating color.

Instructions: 
Using yellow ink and a blending brush, softly ink the center of the card.  

Using black ink/paint, add splatters using a paint brush and acrylic block

String the twine across the top of the card. Be sure not to go too high as the can cause the party hats/pennants to go above the card. At thin foam tape to the pointed end of the pennants and adhere to the twine. Also at the thin foam tape to the bottom of the paper fans. The thin foam tape helps to compensate for the height added to these pieces from the twine 

Adhere the Happy Birthday from the Birthday Flip Card die set. Optionally, you can add sequins to help finish the card

I hope you enjoyed creating this card with me today.

Summer Hills-Painter

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies: 

Joset Designs

Halloween Monster Pull Card

August 17, 2022

Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here. I so love working with the monster collection and really wanted to try one with the monster jumping out of the bushes.  

Preparation: 

Select varying shades of blue ink and a black ink of your choice. From white soft finish cardstock, cut a 3 ½ x 8 ½ piece of cardstock. Also cut a card base from black cardstock measuring 7 ½ x 8 5/8 and score at 3 5/8. Cut out and assemble Monster 3. Additionally, cut a piece of grass using the Tree die set. Also cut some bushes from the Forest Accessories die set and pumpkins from the Hay Ride die set. Finally, cut a pumpkin from the Scarecrow die set.

Instructions: 
Starting with the lights blue ink, blend ink into the center of the piece of white cardstock. Go to the next shade of blue which is a darker than the first and blend that around the light blue ink, leaving the center untouched. Follow that color with the next darker shade of blue ink. Lastly, go around the edges with black ink.  

Using white ink/paint, lightly splatter the white paint onto the card to simulate stars in the night sky.  

Using the Pull Tabs die, cut the center notch at the top of the card panel and a slider piece into the center of the card.  

Cut a slider piece, two circle pieces, and a slider wrap from black cardstock using the Pull Tabs die set. Fold the slider mechanism on the score lines as well as the slider wrap. Also fold one of the circles in half on its score line.  

Fold the tabs of the slider and glue down leaving the half circles unglued. Slide the have circle through the opening, open up, and add glue  

Adhere the unfolded circle to the slider piece. Also adhere the grass piece and stamp with the Happy Halloween sentiment from the Autumn Words stamp set 

Pull the slider tab up to the position of your choice and add the monster to the circle piece.  In the monsters hand is the pumpkin from the die set and stamped with the “trick or treat” from the Autumn Wordsstamp set  

Adhere the shrubs pieces together forming a larger bush for the monster to hide behind. Add foam tape/dots to the bottom of the shrubs. This will act as a stopper for the monster and give space the it to slide behind 

Adhere the shrub piece and pumpkins to the card front 

Adhere the slider wrap to the back of the card to assist in the slider movement. Add foam tape on the back of the card front. The foam tape with help raise the card enough to allow for the easier sliding as well.  

Adhere the card front to the base and the card is complete 

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies: 

Monster 3

Pull Tabs

Hay Ride

Autumn Words

Scarecrow

Forest Accessories

Tree

White Soft Finish Cardstock

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