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Flower Pot

April 18, 2022

Hello everyone, it’s Alice here. Hope you all had a wonderful Easter. I’m very much into Spring mood these day with the beautiful sun shining here in the Netherlands. I therefore decided to make a colorful card using some lovely flower dies and the gnomes! I hope you enjoy creating this card or some of the techniques I will show you in this post.

First I started with the flower pot. For this I first edited a piece of paper with Dylusions spray. I then used this paper to die cut the flower pot. I then embossed the pot using an embossing folder from Tim Holtz, see picture below. This gives a nice wood structure to your flower pot. I then sprayed the pot with embossing glaze. After that I used a distress crayon to make the darker spots on it.

Then I made the lovely gnomes. They are so cute! You can use them in a winter theme but also in a spring theme.

I made a girl and boy gnome. The colors on the gnomes I made this time with ZIG markers, they are watercolor pencils. Love them to color the different parts. They have beautiful colors with a lot of pigment in it.

On the top of the flower pot I made some lovely flowers with the Florals 7 set (#1843). I used 3 of the 5 sizes for this. I colored the flowers also with the ZIG markers. In the middle of the flowers I added some beads using Glossy Accents and let it dry.

In the background I made clouds with a mask and Distress Ink Oxide Tumbled Glass. I backed the card with some Modascrap paper in the same color theme as the flowers and the gnomes.

This was my creation for today. I hope I inspire you to make a card in this spring theme!

See you next time!

Greetings Alice

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

Other used products:

  • ZIG markers
  • beads
Joset Designs

Enjoy the Ride!

April 13, 2022

Howdy everyone. Jackie here today with this super fun design using a few of our farm friends! It’s great to group a few of Joset’s characters together creating a fun scene. If you would like to give this design a go then let’s get started.

Step One:

Start by creating the frame background use the scalloped edge frame and square dies from the pizza box set, die cut two scalloped frames into black card and two pale blue squares gluing the two pairs together.

Step Two:

Place the two die cut shapes together with the scalloped frame crooked then fix to a 5.25×5.25″ white card blank using 3d foam squares.

Step Three:

Build up the Cow, Donkey and Farmer as normal, add a few white dotty detail to the farmers shirt using a white gel pen.

Step Four:

Arrange the characters in a cluster with the farmer riding the cow, when you are happy with the arrangement fix in place using more 3d foam squares.

Step Five:

Stamp out the sentiment using using black ink, then trim down to a thin strip.

Step Six:

Attach the sentiment to the bottom of the frame tucking just under the edge, add the pitch fork to finish.

This card can be used for many different occasions, you can switch up the sentiment and add whatever you like.

Thank you for stopping by today I hope you have found some inspiration – Happy crafting Jackie.

Elizabeth Craft Designs products used:

Joset Designs Planner Essentials Sidekick Essentials

Squirrelly about Camping!

March 30, 2022

Hi all, Happy Thursday!! Well how exciting is this my second blog post in one week!!! I am super happy to share with you my squirrelly camping pages. This squirrel die set is my new addiction I can not get enough of these squirrels. They are super fun and easy to make, so lets get started.

Step 1: Cut your main pages with your designer paper using Planner Essentials #4, next I cut out two strips of designer paper measuring 3″ x 8 1/4″ and inked the edges with brown ink. Then I adhered the paper strips to the left hand side on the left planner page and right side on the right planner page. Then cut two mats from coordinating designer paper with the round mat die from Planner Essentials 22 and adhere them to the center of your pages as per the picture above.

Step 2: Out of dark and light brown card stock cut out your two squirrels from Joset’s collection #1930 and ink the edges with brown ink. I added a little pink to the cheeks and highlighted with a white gel pen. After your cheek’s are dry I assembled my squirrels as per the picture above. With the Tent Die #1669 cut out your latten from red and yellow cardstock, ink with brown ink and assemble.

Step 3: Out of designer paper cut one tent – cut your poles from dark brown cardstock ink and assemble. Using Forest Accessories Die #1688 cut out your mushrooms with red, white and a light tan colored cardstock. Next I cut out the logs, stump and stick from woodgrain paper to create a cool texture. The bushes are cut from light and dark green cardstock, cut one marshmallow from white cardstock and ink with a bit of grey around the edges. My final step is to ink all the edges and assemble as per the picture above.

Step 4: Assemble and adhere your left planner page as per the picture above, the squirrel is pop dotted using some foam dots or tape.

Step 5: Assemble and adhere your right planner page as per the picture above, the squirrel is pop dotted using some foam dots or tape.

Step 6: Once you have assembled both your pages, I cut the word PHOTOS from Planner Essentials 31 and the clip from Sidekicks Essentials 5 all cut from dark brown cardstock.

Step 7: Attach your choice of reinforcement rings.

Last step is to add your favorite pictures and attach your clip and PHOTOS word.

**Optional** I always love to add a little white paint by speckling.

I hope your enjoyed todays blog post! Have a wonderful crafty day. >Katie<

Elizabeth Craft Designs supplies:

Joset Designs

Just To Say…

March 24, 2022

Hello all. Jackie here with today’s card made using the super cute squirrel and spring basket. The cute critter is holding a hidden message and although this card has been made for Mother’s Day you could easily adapt the sentiments for so many other occasions.

Step One:

Die cut and build the basket adding a little ink around the edges, Here I have used colour wild honey. Use a pink pencil on the stitched lines of the little cloth piece and add Blue tumbled glass ink around the edges.

Step Two:

Cut a handful of flowers using white card then ink them in three different colours, gently shape the flower before adding the circle centres die cut from brown card.

Step Three:

Cut a panel measuring 4 x 5.25″ and use the semi circle notch die to cut the notch into the top, then use the smallest slit die to cut a slit as shown in the photo.

Step Four:

Die cut the pull tab (the smaller one of the two) along with the corresponding slot part, glue the slot part to the reverse side of the prepared panel at about one third down from top. Ink the small arrow disc with yellow then fix to the top of the pull tab.

Step Five:

Die cut he basket again in to a scape piece of white card, use a few of the waste pieces from the basket as a prop for the squirrel to attach to, glue about 4 waste pieces together then fix inside the slit to the tab, be careful not to get glue on the other parts.

Step Six:

Ink around the panel edges with yellow ink. Die cut and build the squirrel adding brown ink around the edges and pink rosy cheeks, then attach the squirrel to the prop making sure not to get glue on any other parts. Fold the two edges of the tab pull behind and fix in place with a blob of glue.

Step Seven:

Add some strips of foam pad to the reverse side of the card panel ensuring they not interfere with the pull tab. Fix the panel to the front of a kraft card measuring 4.25 x 5.5.

Step Eight:

Draw a few black lines where the basket will sit then fix the basket in place over the squirrel using foam pads, you will only be able to fix a few on either side as the squirrel needs to be able to move out of the basket.

Step Eight

Trim a small piece of white card approximately 1 x 1.25″ write ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ then ink around the edges with blue ink and fix to the squirrel hands. Finish off by adding all the flowers.

Thank you for stopping by today I hope I have inspired you to have a go at the pull tabs.

Happy crafting – Jackie

Products Used:

Joset Designs


March 21, 2022

Hello everyone!! Today I wan’t to show you this cute little dog in his dog house. I have two dogs of my own and I love them so much! In this case the kitty runs off with the dogs bone.

This time I used some paper for the background from ModaScrap. This is one of my favorite papers. First I die cut 2 squares with the Postage Stamp Squares dies (1256), one just a little larger then the other. I like the edges on these squares.

After that I cut and colored all the figures. For the coloring I use distress ink. I love to color all parts with the ink. Great to combine all colors. I also like to make something happen in my creation. In this case the cat that steals the bone of the dog. To make it possible for the kitten to sit on the roof I used the body of the dog.

Next to the dog house I added 2 sunflowers. In the middle of the sunflowers I made small beads with glossy accents. Let it dry for a while and they look just like real sunflower seeds. These little beads I have in many different colors. I really like to combine these with te flowers.

This was my creation for today. Hope you liked it and I inspired you!

See you next time!

Greetings from Alice

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

Other product:

  • 1256 postage stamp squares
  • glossy accents
  • beads
  • distress ink
  • glue
Cardmaking Paper Flowers Scrapbooking

Birdhouse Florals

March 16, 2022

Hi friends, welcome back. It is Karan Gerber here. Today I am sharing a card using florals 5 and the Birdhouse die from Joset. 

I created Daisies from Florals 5 using a groove tool to add dimension to the petals. I colored using Sunflower Archival ink and used prills in the center (they are called Rippit).

The birdhouse is perfect for a card, and with snow still on the ground in my area I felt adding a bit of snow paste to the top of the house fit perfectly. To add some detail to the background I set the birdhouse on a die cut using the Stitched Circles. I love adding layers using the stitched dies.

I thought the Floral Burst background set off the daisies and love how that gold mirri mimic my handmade daisies. Thank you for dropping by and until next time, Happy Scrapping!

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

Joset Designs Soft Finish Cardstock Uncategorized

Once upon a time box

March 9, 2022

Hi all! Lisanne here again with a new box project. For this box I used a lot of dies from the Storybook Collection from Joset. I also used some other dies from Joset.

First I made a list for you with all the paper you use for the box. I worked with centimeters so pay attention here. The box is 12 cm wide and 20 high.

  • Bottom 1x – Cardstock 12 x 12 cm
  • Sides 4x – Cardstock 21 cm high x 13 cm wide
  • Lid 1x – Cardstock 14,5 x 14,5 cm
  • Bottom 1x – Design Paper 11,5 x 11,5 cm
  • Sides 6x – Design Paper 19,5 cm high x 11,5 cm wide
  • Lid 1x – Design Paper 12 x 12 cm

First I started with the sides. We need to make score lines into the paper so we have a small strip to adhere the parts. I made 2 score lines from 1 cm at 2 sides.

In the corner we need to trim a little piece, from both corners 1 cm. Like the foto above. When we adhere all the parts everthing will be fit perfectly.

Than we have one piece off the sides. In this part we want a frame so we can watch into the box. We make a line from the sides 1 cm. For the sides with the scoreline you measure from the scoreline.

Behind the piece with the window we adhere some acetate. At the solid sides we adhere design paper 19,5 cm high x 11,5 cm wide. At the outside I used the Worn Wood paper. For the Inside I made an own background with some Distress Oxide Salvaged Patina.

Then we adhere the tree sides at the bottom. I used Distress Ink Vintage Photo for all the edges. I also adhere the front side with the window, but only at the bottom. Now we can make the bottom green with a piece of paper from 11,5 x 11,5 cm. I made it green with Distress Oxide Mowed Lawn.

Now we can build up the box. First I made a hill with the Slimeline Adventure Edges. I trimmed a piece of papier 14 cm wide and make at both sides a scoreline from 1 cm. It is all up to you to decide how high the hill must be. I want the Castle from the Storybook Collection up the hill. You can make everything like you want. I coloured the Castle with Distress Oxide Ink and put there some Distress Embossing glaze at. Behind the Castle you see the Cherry Blossom Branch with some crows.

The next stamp is making some grass just as making the hill. I only did the grass a little bit shorter. In the right you can see the tree. I made a little scoreline in the tree so it gives more dimension.

Now it is time to make the characters. I made the princess and the knight. Aren’t they cute?

Here a picture to see how the box looks like from above.

At least the front side. I made a line with grass and a lot of flowers. In the left corner is a branch with also a lot of flowers. And at least the cute butterfly.

I’ll hope you like this post and get some ideas with the Storybook Collection.

Thanks for watching and reading!

Kind regards Lisanne

ECD supplies:

Other used supplies:

  • Distress Ink: Vintage Photo, Fired Brick, Wild Honey, Black Soot, Ground Espresso, Forest Moss, Mustard Seed, Brushed Corduroy, Iced Spruce, Rustic Wilderness, Seedless Preserves, Shaded Lilac
  • Distress Oxide Ink: Faded Jeans, Worn Lipstick, Tattered Rose, Seedless Preserves, Hickory Smoke, Saltwater Taffy, Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade, Salvaged Patina, Mowed Lawn
  • Acetate
  • Versamark
  • Distress Embossing Glaze Walnut Stain and Hickory Smoke
Joset Designs

My heart’s on fire!

February 10, 2022

Hello all, It’s Jackie here today with this super cute design using some Joset’s die’s, I have only just added the jeep to my collection so I had to have a play with it. As Valentine’s day is only a few days away you may just have time to create this design for a loved one, so let’s get started.

Step 1

Die cut all the pieces for the boy and girl using the farmer and fairy 2, I have chosen to use coloured cardstock and gently ink around the edges with similar colours. You will not need all the parts as some of the girl and boy will be hidden behind the jeep.

Step 2

Next die cut all the parts for the jeep, you can die cut some of the pieces more than once and stack them together for a more dimensional look, I stacked the main pink body and the bumper twice and the front grill piece three times.

Step 3

Stamp out a heart pattern all over the main body of the jeep, set the bumper to one side then build the rest as normal.

Step 4

Stamp out the bumper sentiment using sticky embossing ink, sprinkle with white embossing powder and set with a heat tool.

Step 5

Create an inked background, here I have used distress oxides worn lipstick, squeezed lemonade and iced spruce. Use the largest of the fitted rounded squares die’s to cut a panel that will fit a white card blank measuring approximately 5.25 x 5.25″

Step 6

Fix the background panel to the card front using 3d foam pads, add the boy and girl using a few more foam pads behind their heads. Add the jeep on top using even more foam pads, this is quite a dimensional card.

Although I have made this a love card you could easily switch up the sentiment to suit a number of other occasions. Thank you for stopping by today, I hope I have inspired you to have a go – Happy crafting Jackie.

Product used:

Joset Designs

Step into the forest with me

February 9, 2022

Hi all! It is Lisanne here with a new card with the newest collection of Joset. This collection is currently only available at your local craft store and soon to come at Elizabeth Craft Designs online.

It is such a great collection with many possibilities. For this card I used the beaver, but first I started with the background.

For this blue background I used the Distress Oxide Ink ‘Salvaged Patina, Peacock Feathers and Mermaid Lagoon’. I love how the ink gives a reaction at water.

For the next step I used the Slimline Adventure Edges to make the grass border. You can use this dies in so many ways. I used both sides from the paper so it fits perfectly. The grass border is colored with Distress Oxide Ink Twisted Citron.

The Beaver set also come with 2 log dies, very matching for a beaver. I made a lot of logs so it will look like the beaver build a dam. These logs are colored with Distress Ink. And just adhere these in different ways, not straight to each other it will look more real.

Lastly I made the two beavers and some flowers from the Slimline Adventure Edges.

Aren’t they cute? Oh and I found a cute stamp with the sentiment ‘Step into the forest with me..

I hope you got inspired with this blogpost.

Thank you for reading! See you soon.

Kind regards Lisanne

Elizabeth Craft Design supplies:

  • 1931 Beaver (coming soon)

Other used supplies:

  • Distress Oxide Ink: Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers, Salvaged Patina, Twisted Citron
  • Distress Ink: Tea Dye, Brushed Corduroy, Black Soot, Ground Espresso, Vintage Photo, Rusty Hinge, Carved Pumpkin, Fossilized Amber, Gathered Twigs, Peeled Paint
  • Versafine Clair Ink Nocturne
Cardmaking Joset Designs

Ink blended heart background

February 2, 2022

Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here and posting my first brand ambassador post.

Today I want to share with you an easy Valentines day card using the the Gnome die set and Fitted Heart and Scalloped Heart dies sets. Let me show you how I made it.

Using the Fitted heart dies, cut the largest heart out of stencil material or cardstock.

Using easily removeable tape, adhere the negative space stencil you created. Using three colors of ink, create an ombre effect by blending the inks from darkest to lightest.

using white pigment ink, stamp sentiments from the Love Sentiments stamp set to create a suttle background.

print out a sentiment and cut it out using the third largest heart die. Ink the die cut using the same three inks used on your background card.

Cut a scalloped heart from white soft finish cardstock and adhere your sentiment to it

attach the layered heart sentiment to your card base. Adhere a gnome created with the Gnome die set. Finish the card with heart sequins for an added sparkly touch.

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