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Happy Harvest Tri-fold card

September 30, 2021

Hello everyone, it’s Alice here. Today I want to show you how to create this fun Happy Harvest tri-fold card using some brand new dies from the Halloween collection designed by Joset. As a base for the 3 panels I used the Planner Essentials Die 1868, Shapes, Frames & Words. On the background I made some clouds with a mask stencil and Distress Ink Oxide (Tumbles glass). For the panels I also used Planner Essential Die 1868 and some beautiful paper from Bella BLVD that are fantastic for Fall and Halloween projects.

I made a fence on all three panels. This one is from the Adventure Edges 2 set. The fences are cut from White Soft Finish cardstock and colored with Ground espresso Distress Ink. Exactly 5 posts of the fence fit on each panel.

I added a corn stalk on the outer 2 panels also cut from White Soft Finish cardstock and colored with Mustard seed and Crushed olive Distress Ink. For the roots I used Vintage photo.

In the middle I used the very cute scarcrow. For this one I used many different colors Distress Ink. All the colors I used you can see on the picture below.

I added the Happy Harvest sentiment just in front of the scarecrow. I stamps the sentiment on a little piece of White Soft Finish cardstock that I colored with Rusty hinge Distress Ink.

I added some leaves to each panel for decoration. I used the leave dies that are included in the Turkey die set for this.

Below you can see the finished card one more time. I hope that I inspired you with this project and I hope that you will have just as much fun with the new Halloween collection as I did. It’s so cool to combine all the different dies!

Alice

Elizabeth Craft Designs products used:

Other product used:

  • Paperpad Collection Kit Monsters & Friends (Bella BLVD)
  • Distress Ink (Rusty Hinge, Moved Lawn, Black Soot, Scattered Straw, Vintage Photo, Fossilezed Amber, Tattered Rose, Ground Espresso, Chipped Sapphire, Barn Door, Mustard Seed, Crushed Olive)
  • Distress Oxide Ink Tumbled Glass
Joset Designs

Little Robin Pizza Box

September 25, 2021

September 25, 2021

Hello there, Jackie here today sharing a pizza box with a cute robin design. These lovely little boxes make great treats for the kids at Christmas filled with chocolate or sweet treats, I have another five designs to do for the little people in my family.

Step One: Start by die cutting and building the pizza box, here I have used 250gsm white card however you could use whatever you prefer.

Use light grey card to die cut and glue together three scalloped edged frames, ink up a panel of white card to fit behind the frame stack.

Step Two: Die cut all the winter bird pieces using white soft finish card then use the photo below to ink the robin colours. Die cut the eyes into black card and use a white gel pen for detail.

Step Three: Build up the topper starting with the scallop frame, trim the branch to fit snuggly then add the snow followed by the robin. Finish off with a sentiment of your choice.

I hope I have inspired you today. Happy crafting Jackie

Supplies

Other Supplies

Distress Inks: Barn Door, Gathered Twigs, Ground Espresso, Faded Jeans, Antique Linen, Pumice Stone

Distress Oxide: Tumbled Glass

Versafine Onyx Black Ink

Joset Designs

Flamenco

September 11, 2021

11 September, 2021

Hello all, it’s Jackie here with a card made using a couple of the cute character’s. I have changed the characters outfits slightly to create a little flamenco show staring Senor Farmer and Senorita Fairy, so let’s raise the curtain and get started.

Step One: Start by blending light blue ink onto the middle section of a 6×6″ card blank, allow this to dry before inking a circular centre creating a spot light.

Step Two: Trim a panel of red and brown cardstock to fit the top and bottom (approximately 6×1.25″) die cut a fancy edge into the red panel using Planner Essentials 27. Add detail using a gold pen then attach to the card blank using 3d foam pads.

Step Three: To change the farmer – build as normal except the shirt using the arms to create the jacket. Die cut the shirt arms and an extra dungarees from black card then fussy cut off the top bib part cutting through the middle making two front pieces. Once the character is built detail use a gold pen to detail his outfit.

Step Four: To change the fairy – Build the fairy as normal except her dress. Place the dress die onto a die cutting cutting plate placing the top plate half way allowing only the top part to cut through.

Step Five: Draw out and fussy cut the dress shape as shown in the photo below, then fussy cut another dress piece to sit behind the legs. Die cut an collar piece to add dimension. Once built add a pair of tiny gold earrings.

Step Six: Die cut the letters o l e ! three times, twice in black card then once into gold, glue them all together creating a 3d sentiment.

I hope I have given some inspiration to have a go at changing up the characters to suit your occasion, the possibilities are endless.

Happy crafting – Jackie

Products used

Additional supplies

Distress oxide – Tumbled glass

Distress oxide – Squeezed lemonade

Signo pen – Gold tone

Cardmaking Craft Drops Elizabeth Craft Designs General Els van de Burgt Studio Joset Designs Silk Microfine Glitter Soft Finish Cardstock Stamping

Sparkly Slimline Christmas cards

September 4, 2021

Hello everyone and happy Saturday! It´s Sanna Lippert here again today with my September guest design team card project share. Who does not love some sparkle in their holiday cards? Well I sure do! Thus, for today´s project I used the gorgeous new Holiday dies by Joset and created two cards. Here they are:

Here is how I created the card(s):

Step 1: Take the slimline background die and die cut a piece of Clear Double Sided Adhesive with it. Then remove the negative pieces.

Step 2: Next die cut a second – plain piece – of Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheet in the same size like the slimline background die.

Step 3: Take a slimline card base and adhere the solid adhesive piece onto the card and carefully remove the protective layer without touching it with your fingers.

Step 4: Now place the die cut background adhesive piece on top of the first layer of adhesive, but leave the protective cover on for now.

Step 5: Pick three colours of blue-toned Silk Microfine Glitter and pour them onto the adhesive areas creating an ombré look with the colours. Wipe any residue off with a brush and polish the layer with your finger.

Step 6: Now remove the slimline background die cut piece´s protective cover and pour Silverado Silk Microfine Glitter onto the adhesive areas. Again remove any residue glitter with a brush and then polish the layer with your finger. Also save the protective cover pieces for later – you will need the for the second card.

Step 7: Stamp a sentiment onto a whipe piece of paper with two blue tones of Distress Oxide inks and then die cut it using the Fitted Circles die cut dies. Decorate with inked banners if you want. For finishing touches add a few Craft Drops to the card.

Now use the leftover protective cover from the slimline background die to create a fun, second card.

Here are the steps you need to do:

Step 1: Ink a slimline card base using two light shades of Distress Oxide blues. Then place the protective cover leftover piece on top of the inked card. Use painters tape or washi tape to hold the pieces on place while inking. Then add a darker blue shade of Distress Oxide thru the DIY stencil.

Step 2: Die cut snowflakes from a piece of Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheet and adhere them onto the inked slimline card base. Pour Pewter Silk Microfine Glitter onto the adhesive stars and polish into place. Then stamp a stentiment onto carstock and die cut with banners if you want to. Adhere on place. Decorate the edges with “faux stitching” using a white gel pen. How fast and easy you can make this second card from leftover pieces of the first one!

Here are some close-ups of the finished cards. If you want to purchase the here featured Christmas special die and stamp kit, ask your local craft store or wait until it will be available at the online store. I truly adore this kit and cannot wait to create more Holiday cards with it!

I hope you enjoyed this card set tutorial! See you again next month with another card idea.
xxx, Sanna

Supplies:

Elizabeth Craft Desings:

Other:

Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger Inc.
Blending Brush
Sizzix Big Shot A4 die cutting machine
Signo uni-ball white gel pen

Joset Designs

Just Chicken in

August 29, 2021

Hello all, Just chicken in again today with this fun farm yard card using Joset’s fabulous farm animal dies. This card is a ‘hello how are you doing’ kind of card, however you can easily switch the sentiment to suit any occasion.

Step One

Start by making the hen and rooster, here I have used coloured cardstock and gently inked around the edges before assembling all the pieces but you could easily make these using plain white cardstock and colour them with your preferred medium.

Step Two

Die cut a 2.25″ circle into a piece of scrap cardstock creating a circular template. Ink through the circle onto a 4×5.25″ a panel of white cardstock.

Step Three

Next place the inner circle piece over the sun and hold down firmly whilst inking the sky, ink approximately 3/4 of the panel saving enough room for the grass.

Step Four

Ink blend the grass into the sun and sky then use all three inks to blend the scene together swapping form one to the other until you have a nice blend. Use the yellow in a circular motion to create a hazy sun.

Step Five

Fix the panel the a top folding A2 card panel using 3d foam pads. Stamp the sentiment onto a banner shape then ink around the edges, attach all the pieces in place using more foam pads then finish off with a handful of eggs.

Thank you for joining me today and I hope I have inspired you to have a go!

Happy crafting

Jackie

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies Used:

Other products used

  • Distress Oxide Ink Tumbled Glass
  • Distress Oxide Ink Squeezed Lemonade
  • Distress Oxide Ink Mowed Lawn
  • Versamark Onyx Black
Joset Designs Planner Essentials

You’re so cute!

August 28, 2021

Today I made this cute whale that I combined with the lovely papers from Modacrap. I love the paperpads. They are so cute and colorfull. And collerfull is what I love!

For this card I used a slimline die. This die is from the new Planner Essentials set 41 – Rounded Corners Page. At first take this part of the die and your basepaper. In this case I took the paper with the whales in blue and red. The frame is also from the same set. The frame I made only in the soft finish cardstock because the background is already so colorfull.

On the back of the frame you can make two squares in different colors. For these squares I used papers with a bit of a calmer print as I’m planning to add the whale on one squares and a text on the other.

Than I took some brown cardstock on the back of my base slimline. I added some jute twine between the background paper and my cardstock. I left the jute a bit longer than my background so it would stick out on both end. You can make the frame stick out on the right side as well for a playful effect.

And then comes my favorite part of the card! A cute die from the collection of Joset. This time I choose the whale. He is so cute and matches so pretty with the paper. The whale I collered with Distress Ink. I used weathered wood for his body, stormy sky for the water splashes and fired brick for the mouth of the whale. I adhered the whale to the left square.

On the right side I made the word whale with the letter dies blackboard alphabet. This is one of my favorite dies. You can combine it with so much dies on so many creations.

Finally I added some decoration. In the corner a steering wheel and lifebuoy. These are parts from the Whale and the Octopus sets. On the right side of the frame are two holes, here I added some jute twine. It mached with the colors of the card.

I had fun creating this card and hopefully I inspired you to make your own version!

Alice

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies used:

Other used products:

  • brown cardstock
  • jute twin
  • distress ink (weathered wood, stormy sky, fired brick)

Art Journal Collection Cardmaking Joset Designs Planner Essentials Stamping

Party Animal

August 23, 2021

Hello! Welcome – Samantha here. Today I’m sharing this fun card! This zebra is one of my favourite animal dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs. I decided to create a 60’s vibe background with some planner stamps and dies – the only thing missing is the shiny disco ball!

Card Instructions:

Step 1: On Copic friendly card. stamp a row of the Background 3 stamp as shown below.

Step 2: Using Copic markers colour in the small squares. Use different colours and continue to colour until you are happy with the desired look.

Step 3: Trim the card front to measure: 10.5cm x 14.5cm

Step 4: Die cut the zebra, colour in the zebra stripes, then assemble the zebra and adhere to the card front.

Step 5: Using embossing ink stamp the sentiment – from Safari Sayings clear stamp set then apply a generous amount of white embossing powder. Heat to set the embossing powder. Die cut the sentiment using the Puzzle Page Art Journal die

Step 6: Adhere the sentiment to the card front. Embellish with sequins and a twine bow. Die cut the music notes from Planner Essentials 10 and adhere to the card front.

Step 7: Adhere the card front to an A6 card base.

Hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial – a bright colourful card to celebrate the party animal in all of us!

Happy Crafting!

Samantha

Supplies Used:

Others:

Copic Friendly Cardstock

Copic Markers

Black Cardstock

Sequins

Twine

Die-Cutting Machine

Clear Stamping Block

Gluedots/Foam tape

Scissors/Paper Trimmer

Embossing Ink

White Embossing Powder

Embossing Ink

Liquid Adhesive – Glue Pen

Cardmaking Joset Designs Silk Microfine Glitter Soft Finish Cardstock

Have a Magical Day

July 25, 2021

Welcome! Samantha here sharing a fairy magical card! I originally had plans to join in the Christmas in July fun and create a Christmas themed card using the Snow Globe die. Instead I used many Elizabeth Craft Design dies to create a magical background for fairies!

Card Instructions:

Step 1: Die cut the snow globe as shown below. Adhere globe pieces to a light grey card base.

Step 2: Use Adventure Edges and Adventure Edges 2 to create a grassy scene using green pattern paper and cardstock.

Step 3: Continue, to create a background scene. Die cut the sun, clouds and mushroom from Once Upon a Time Accessories

Step 4: Using a variety of colours, die cut Fairy 1. Assemble the pieces together and put the Fairy aside.

Step 5: Adhere Clear Double Sided adhesive to white cardstock. Remove the release sheet to expose the adhesive layer and apply a generous amount of Silk Microfine Glitter (silver). Brush off excess glitter and return it to the jar, then polish with a fingertip to bring out the maximum sparkle.

Use this to die cut the wings.

Step 6: Die cut the frame of the snow globe, using foam tape, adhere this on top of the first frame.

Step 7: Stamp the sentiment on to Kraft card, and adhere this to the card front.

Step 8: Die cut the flowers from Adventure Edges 2, adhere these to the card front. Embellish card front with sequins and a twine bow. Adhere the fairy to the card front.

Today’s card is a great way of repurposing Christmas dies – I think If you were to go through your Elizabeth Craft Designs die collection there would be so many other card themes available, that pair up nicely with the Snow Globe die.

Happy Crafting!

Samantha

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:


Other:

Coloured Card stock

Kraft Card stock

Black Card Stock

Vellum

Sequins

Twine

Die-Cutting Machine

Clear Stamping Block

Gluedots/Foam tape

Scissors/Paper Trimmer

Black Dye Ink

Joset Designs

Little Chocolate Cow

June 29, 2021

When you love chocolate, you need to make the very famous cow! This time I made the cow with felted wool, love the texture of this! At first I cut out all the pieces from the felt in different colors like white, purple and light pink. I didn’t have the color brown that I wanted to use for the feet so I decided to use Ground Expresso Distress Ink to color the white felt brown. On the back site I used double sided adhesive. Then it’s super easy to assemble your cow.

For the background I used Lindy’s Magicals. This is a powder with a lot of pigments. I used the colors Prima Donna Purple and Cattail Copper Brown. When you spray with water you have a lot of colors! Of course I wanted to have purple on the background, because that’s the color of the cow. I also added a little bit of brown to match with the chocolate.

For a simple effect on the background I used a mask from the stencil pack S041 together with expanding mouse (worn linnen). When you heat the expanding mouse it gives a really great effect!

Then I made a chocolate bar. First I cut a piece of White Soft Finisch Cardstock 9 x 6 cm. for the bar and colored this piece with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I added 6 little squares measuring 2.1 x 2.1 cm that I colored with the same ink. It is so easy to make a paper chocolate bar. Wish it was that easy to make a real one 😉

And of course I had to use some Silk Microfine Glitter on this card! This time I used the stain die from the 1848 Puzzle page. It looks like spots on a cow. I first cut the stain pieces from white cardstock with clear double sided adhesive on top. I then remove the top sheet of the adhesive and colored the exposed adhesive with 661 Violet Silk Microfine Glitter. I then added the spots on the background piece of the card.

For the bottom of the chocolate bar I used a piece of paper in purple with white dots. This paper I used later on the background of the hole card. I also cut a banner (fitted fishtails 1694) from White Soft Finish Cardstock and stamped the sentiment “Cow’s it going?” from the farm collection (life it better on the farm CS221). This time I used embossing powder for the stamps. The background color is also distress ink Vintage Photo.

Hope you like it and see you all soon!!

Alice

Other used product:

  • distress ink Vintage Phote, Ground Expresso
  • felted wool pink, purple, white
  • silk microfine glitter 661 violet
  • lindy’s magical Prima Donna Purple, Cattail Copper Brown
  • Nuvo Expanding mouse
  • Moda Scrap paper Thinking about Rio the Janeiro
  • Embossing powder Opaque bright white

Joset Designs Planner Essentials

A cute birth card

June 2, 2021

For a colleague of mine, I made this birth card. With the supercool Farm collection from Joset I made this congratulatory card. I saw the animals and immediately knew oh, I’m going to use them for a birth card because those animals are so cute!! I made them from soft finish cardstock and colored them with brushmarkers from winsor&newton. When the banner was finished there had to be a card around it and as if it had to be so, there was a blister of a sticky tape packaging on my table among all the other “junk” Then all of a sudden the idea was born!

The design paper I used for the flags and background is from Moda scrap “my little boy”, very suitable for a birth card. The paper is cut at 14.5x 14.5 cm and in the middle I have punched out a circle through which exactly the blister packaging can pass. Now I had a room where the pendulum fits.

For the base I used white cardstock, 15×15 cm and from the left side I punched a circle, just not quite so that it becomes a door. I made the closure by punching a die out of the planner essentials 4 twice and glued it together with both the front and the inside just over the edge. The clip has become such a convenient closure. On the right I made the text with the smallest set from the Planner Essentials 23 – Retro Alphabet Trio Set. On top of that, the sheep came out of the Farm collection. On the envelope I added “welcome little one” from the Life is better on the Farm stamp set.

In this photo you can see a little better how the closure is and how the banner is in it.

Isn’t it it cute???

Anyone who knows me a little, knows that I love banners in cards. It always makes it a little more cheerful. This time I’ve made a banner with the flags from the Planner Essentials 27 – Retro Number Trio Set and the farm animals of Joset between the words. It made me happy to make this card and hopefully I have brought you even more ideas on how to combine the different Elizabeth Craft Designs collections. 

Marjolijn

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

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