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Els van de Burgt Studio

Card for friendship

January 8, 2016

Hello everyone,

It’s me, Petroschi Bianca.

I love the new Elizabeth Craft Designs products that will be presented at CHA Mega Show in January so much that I could not stay away, so I created a card dedicated to friendship.  I already need a breath of refreshing spring air so I used dies and stamps that bring the spring closer, even if the thermometer still says it’s winter.


1.To make this card,you will need a a wider cutting and embossing a machine ,because the base card have 16 cm/32 cm ( folded in half) (6 19/64 inch by 1 ft   19/32 inch)or(6,29 /12.59 inches).I recommend you to use 250 GSM paper .

For the base card I have used the Big Shot Plus machine,with Tags & More 1 – Lace overlay die,and the second big circle from Fitted Circles die set.You must place the overlay die on each corner of the square symmetrically.

You  have to run through the machine two overlapped papers and diecut it in the same time ( one of 16cm/32 cm,and a square one 16 cm/16cm) .After cutting, you stick these two together, with a sheet of vellum paper between them.You will see how beautiful the light goes through it.You can use either Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheet ,before die cutting,or Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape of 3 mm (⅛ Inch),after die cutting.In this way,the card will look as beautiful on both sides.

2.In the middle of the card, I attached another circles,on both sides,die cutted with the fourth circle from Stiched Circles die set ( starting to count from the largest to smallest ).On the circle attached to the front of the card  I’ve stamped and colored using Robin 1 – Flower Wreath rubber stamp, Ladybug Quartet and on the back I used Seeds of Thought Red Rubber Stamp – A Friend.Inside,I added two decorative borders of antique golden paper, diecut with dies from  Chains 1 set.


3.I added two sprigs that embraces the circle,using a die from CountryScapes Flora 5 ( I placed the second  twig backwards ),and ,in one corner of the card, where the twigs meet , I added flowers made with Garden Notes Zinnia  die set.You can create this beautiful flower in several colors,using inks and sponge dauber.Normally, to create a flower ,is enough to use the petals die cut only once,but I preferred my flower to be with more petals ,so ,for each flower i diecutt twice .


4.After you have cut and colored the petals and leaves, do not forget to shape them ,using Susan’s Garden Club CountryScapes Tools.


5.I must admit that I have never seen quilling dies for flowers so small.I’m fallen in love with this die.

At the end ,I added the word Thanks ,diecutt in antique gold paper ,using A Way With Words, Thanks ,and I embellished the corners of my card with golden Peel-Off stickers.


You can  watch this video tutorial to see Susan’s Garden Club – Tools & Techniques:

I hope ,I have managed to convince you ,how wonderful are the new products.Have we aroused your creativity,my friends?


Elizabeth Craft Designs:

Tags & More 1 – Lace

Fitted Circles

Stiched Circles

Robin 1 – Flower Wreath

Ladybug Quartet

Seeds of Thought Red Rubber Stamp – A Friend

You can find the whole collection of stamps here ,at Petroschi Designs by Bianca

Chains 1

CountryScapes Flora 5

Garden Notes Zinnia

A Way With Words, Thanks

Clear Double Sided Adhesive

Peel-Off stickers

Susan’s Garden Club CountryScapes Tools Buy It All


250 GSM paper -wine red,straw yellow,light pink,grass green,banana yellow,light orange


antique gold cardstock

distress and memento ink pad,

Archival permanent ink pad


watercolor pencils


Pop it Ups

Pop it Ups Wednesday with Kelly – Lorna Label Pop Up with a Bluebird!

November 25, 2015

Hi, It’s Kelly Booth and I have a birthday card tutorial today using the Lorna Label Pop it Ups die by Karen Burniston and a great Bluebird stamp created by Petroschi Designs by Bianca.

Here’s the front of this top-fold A2 card:

Watermarked Photo 1 (2015-10-30-0747)

And the inside:

Watermarked Photo (2015-11-20-1607)

Here are the pieces required for this card:

  • 2 –  4 1/2″ by 11″ pieces of Soft Finish cardstock scored at 5 1/2″ to make top-fold cards.
  • 1 –  4″ x 5 1/2″ piece of spotted blue patterned paper or make your own by coloring the paper with Copic markers and using Copic blending fluid on a paintbrush and lightly touching the card stock to make droplets.
  • 1 –  4″ x 5 1/2″ piece of white Soft Finish cardstock
  • 4  – blue die cut “Celebrate” words backed with transparent Double Sided Adhesive (keep the negatives)
  • 1 –  white die cut “Celebrate” word backed with Transparent Double Sided Adhesive.
  • 1 –  blue large stitched Lorna Label die cut from the leftovers of the spotted blue paper.
  • 1 –  white small Lorna Label decorator die with the sentiment stamped or hand written in black.
  • 1 –  4″ x 5″ light blue cardstock


  1. Stamp the Bluebird in the center of the single panel of Soft Finish cardstock and color with markers of your choice.
  2. From the panel of blue spotted paper die cut an Oval Accordion page and snip out the center and side tab to leave just an oval frame. Adhere the frame around the stamped bird and then trim a small amount from all four sides to leave a white shadow when attached with pop dots to the front of one of the top fold cards.
  3. Remove the adhesive liner from the backs of the light blue Celebrate die cuts and begin adhering them in a stack at the bottom of the oval on the card front, placing the negative pieces into the letters for each layer. Remove the negative pieces from the white Celebrate and place it on top of the stack.
  4. Switching to the other white card, center the Lorna Label die over the fold of the card and die cut. Work the scored lines and fold according to the package instructions. Adhere the pop-up card inside the backing card, making sure to avoid the pop-up areas with adhesive and working one side at a time.
  5. From the remaining oval of spotted blue paper, die cut the large stitched Lorna label and adhere it centered on the pop-up label. Keep the scraps of spotted blue paper.
  6. Use pop dots or foam tape to adhere the small stamped Lorna Label in the center of the blue label.
  7. From the 4″ x 5″ panel of light blue cardstock die cut a Gift Card Accordion panel and snip away all of the tabs to isolate just the slotted rectangle to hold a gift card. Adhere it to the inside of the card, making sure not to use adhesive under the tabs that will hold the gift card.
  8. From the scraps of light blue cardstock and spotted blue paper, die cut 7 hearts using Poppy the Owl’s little heart. Add two hearts to the front of the card and the remaining five hearts to the bottom pop-up platform inside the card as shown in the photo.

Your card is now finished! I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and it has inspired you to give it a try. Thank you for stopping by the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog and have a wonderful day!

 Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

Lorna Label Pop Up (915)

Poppy the Owl  (910) (hearts)

Flourish Gift Frame (1096) (Celebrate)

Oval Accordion Card (772) ( Oval Frame on front of card)

Gift Card Accordion (1095) (Gift card Holder)

Bluebird (RS020)

Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape – 10mm (507)

Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape – 64mm (508)

Soft Finish Card Stock 8″1/2″ by 11″ 270gr/100lb 10 pack (PSF102)

Other Supplies:

Black Ink, foam Tape, Scissors, Die cutting Machine, Copic Markers, Copic Blending Fluid, Sentiment Stamp

A Way With Words Els van de Burgt Studio Pop it Ups Uncategorized

Christmas Gift Bags

November 20, 2015

Hello there,

It’s me, Petroschi Bianca.

I really like to create gift packaging. It is one of my favorite things in crafting. I can spend hours doing this without getting tired or bored. Because it’s the season when everyone prepares gifts for their loved ones, I want to share one of my ideas with you: Christmas gift bags made with Elizabeth Craft Designs Tags & More dies (you can use any of the sets) and some additional goodies.

The gift bags are easy and quick to make and will certainly impress the recipients! I’ve created a diagram so you can see what to do. It fits perfectly on a sheet of A4 paper. You can use any kind of paper up to 200 GSM.

Keep in mind that you can create these bags using different sizes of paper and various Tags & More dies. You can customize and personalize to suit your taste and the occasion, too.


Petroschi Bianca (2)


  1. Bend a headboard on the short end of the paper backed with the same size Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape (Use 6mm or 10mm tape)
  2. Fold the paper in half, so you overlay the other end over the double sided taped headboard, as shown in image no.1.

Petroschi Bianca (3)

3. Secure the die with low-tack temporary tape in the top middle of that folded piece of paper (if you need,use a ruler to measure the side distances to be equal), and run it thru your die cut machine (shown in image no.2). Trim excess side flaps with scissors.

4. Score 2 parallel vertical lines along the bag sides to mark the ends of the die (image no. 3).

5. Score a horizontal line at 3 cm from the margin at the base of the bag, as shown in the diagram and image no. 3.

6. From this line go up 2 more cm along the sides of the flattened bag and mark a point on each side. Match this point with the other point formed by the intersection of first 2 lines and score a diagonal line.

7. Using Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape, fold and secure the bottom of the bag as shown in images no. 4, 5, and 6.

8. Now it’s time to embellish the bat with die cuts,Shimmer Sheetz,Silk Microfine Glitter,peel-offs or whatever you’d like. I used a lots of Susan’s Garden Club, Els van de Burgt Studio, Karen Burniston Pop it UpsSuzanne Cannon- A Way with Words dies as well as feathers, cord and other irresistible materials.You can also use Petroschi Designs by Bianca stamps.

You can create these packages in different colors, themes and styles. Here are two more! One is made with a Kraft brown background and Susan Tierney-Cockburn’s charming deer, the other combines one of my stamps as well as the ‘Believe’ die from Suzanne Cannon’s A Way With Words collection.

Petroschi Bianca (4)

Petroschi Bianca (5)

…and one more with one of my favourite stamp: Titmouse (RS024).

PicMonkey Collage

Have fun playing,and don’t forget to put all of your love in your creations!

Elizabeth Craft Designs supplies:

All Tags

Tags & More 9 Sparkle (1077)

Tags (763)

Tags & More 3 – Leaves (953)

Tags & More 7 – Vine (960)

GARDEN NOTES – Whitepine Boughs & Pinecone (1091)

GARDEN NOTES – Poinsettia (1090)

GARDEN NOTES – Holiday Holly & Berries (1088)

COUNTRY SCAPES – Critters 4 (1082)

COUNTRY SCAPES – Build a Snowman (1081)

CountryScapes – Critters 3 (1013)

Spiral Circle Pull Card (916)

Flourishes & Branches (1034)

Ribbons & Jewels (1070)

Shimmer Sheetz

Silk Microfine Glitter

Peel-Off stickers

Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape

Titmouse (RS024) Size 2.5″ X 3″

Quietfire “Believe” (1049)

Other Supplies:

Pearl finish paper

Recycled paper




Cord in gold, silver, and fawn

Flat-backed faceted gems (Rhinestones)

mini bells

Santa Hedgehog

November 5, 2015



Hi everyone,

It’s Frances Byrne here. Just one more month and then we will be needing to post our Christmas cards out to family and friends, so I thought I would create another  Christmas card today to add to my stash. This one uses another of the Hedgehog Daisy images designed by Bianca Petroschi for Elizabeth Craft Designs. This design would be easy to convert to a shaker card if you wished by just adding a few more layers of the green grids, some acetate and whatever you wished to be your shaking element.

Here is how I created the card:

  1. Cut a piece of burgundy cardstock so it measures 4 1/4 inches x 11 inches. Score along the 11 inch side at 5 1/2 inches and fold along the score line. This will be the base of your card.
  • Use the Snowflakes Embossing Folder and place the front of the base card into the embossing folder and run through die cutting machine.
  • Add color to the embossed snowflakes by using Picket Fence Distress Paint and a blending tool. Blend gently so not to get paint onto the recessed areas of the embossing.

2. Cut a piece of designer paper 2 3/4 inches x 5 1/2 inches. Layer this onto a piece of green cardstock which is 3 inches x 5 1/2 inches.

  • Die cut the Merry Christmas Stand Up Helper Word die from green card. Adhere the sentiment to the top right hand side of the designer paper panel. The sentiment will be adhered under the green layer so that the top of the green panel is level with the bottom of the words.
  • Adhere the designer paper panel so it is centred to the burgundy base card.


3. Using the grid die from the Garden Patch – 1 1/2 inch & Mini Roses die set. Die  cut one grid from green card and one from White Soft Finish Cardstock.

  • Select 3 of the white squares from the white piece and cut down the green piece so it is only one row of 3 squares. (see photos above)
  • Adhere the green grid panel to a piece of green card and trim around the edges so it is the same size as the grid.
  • Stamp the Santa Hedgehog in Chimney from the Hedgehog Daisy – Christmas Clear Stamp set onto the white squares so that the Santa is in different positions on each square.
  • Color images using Copic Markers or whatever you prefer to use.
  • Adhere the 3 decorated squares into the grid panel.
  • Add Transparent/Silver Glitter Dots Peel Off Stickers around each image on the squares to look like snow.
  • Use a glue pen to add adhesive to the white portions of the Santa’s hat and button on his suit, cover the adhesive with Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter. Allow adhesive to dry.
  • Adhere grid panel to card using foam tape.



4. The inside of the card:

  • Cut a piece of white Soft Finish Cardstock so it is 3 inches x 5 1/2 inches. Layer onto a piece of green card that is 3 1/4 inches x 5 1/2 inches.
  • Stamp the Santa Hedgehog in Chimney from the Hedgehog Daisy – Christmas Clear Stamp set onto the left side of the white card using black ink.
  • Stamp the three sentiments from the Merry & Bright Clear Stamp set using black ink so that it is centred between the hedgehog and the right hand edge of the card.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.


Elizabeth Craft Designs:
CS005 Hedgehog Daisy Christmas Clear Stamp Set
CS003 Merry & Bright Clear Stamp Set
1001 Garden Patch – 1 1/2 inch & Mini Roses
939 Merry Christmas Stand Up Helper
E126 Snowflake Embossing Folder
7018 Glitter Dots Peel Off Stickers Transparent/Silver
PSF102 Soft Finish Cardstock 8.5″ x 11″ 270gr/100lb 10 Pack
639 Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter
506 Transparent Double Sided Adhesive Tape 6mm
Cardstock: Burgundy; Green
Designer Paper: Craft Smith Holiday Basics 6 x 6 Designer Paper Pad
Black Ink
Picket Fence Distress Paint
Blending Tool


Pop it Ups

Pop it Ups Wednesday with Fran – Hedgehog Halloween

October 28, 2015

Hi!  It’s Fran Sabad from the Karen Burniston Design Team ready to share a fun Rectangle Accordion Album .

My favorite part about Halloween is that there are no “rules” to decorating.  Sequins, cobwebs, princesses and ghouls – all go together to create some spooky fun!  This Pop It Ups Rectangle Accordion card is a perfect example of “everything goes!”  I started with three accordion panels in gray card stock and the Katie Star Frame Edges and Katie Flourish Frame Edges in black.  I stamped the Hedgehog Daisy Halloween stamp set on gray and colored it with Copic markers.(W7, W5. W3,W1 and W00)  Then I added some washi tape, sequins, and black glitter stars along with a glitter banner and big jewel.

PIU Rectangle Accordion 03 open


Here it is open.  Each panel has it’s own character. I used the Katie Flourish Frame Edges on the middle page and the Katie Stars on the two outer pages and on the front of the album.

PIU Rectangle Accordion 03 left sideThe moon is lightly colored with a white chalk marker.

PIU Rectangle Accordion 03 middle

The vampire has white chalk marker on the lantern, cummerbund, and bow tie and the witch has the same marker on her scarf.

PIU Rectangle Accordion 03 right side


The Rectangle Accordion makes scenes come together in such a fun way!  For matting each image, I also mixed in the matting dies from the Rectangle Pull card. Both sets of decorator rectangle dies work together and don’t duplicate!  Perfect!

For a video tutorial on assembling the Accordion albums, watch Karen’s video.

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies

Other Supplies

Stampin’ Up! Gray and Black cardstock, ink, washi tape, jewels, sequins and white chalk marker.

Copic markers

Pop it Ups

A Christmas Card using the brand new Gift Card Accordion

October 24, 2015

Hi it’s Kelly Booth Here,

Have you seen the new Gift Card Accordion die by Karen Burniston Pop it Ups that was launched yesterday? It is definitely one of my favorites and I know it will get used often!  I thought it was the perfect die to use with one of the recent Petroschi Designs by Bianca stamps, named Cardinal. They are gorgeous stamps and so fun to color.

The Card in the Closed Position:

Watermarked Photo 2 (2015-09-28-1112)(1)

Opened up:

Watermarked Photo 4 (2015-09-28-1113)

And a close up:

Watermarked Photo 3 (2015-09-28-1112)

Here is a diagram of the dies I used; the Gift Card Accordion and Flourish Gift Frame (coming soon) and the Merry Christmas Pop-up (available now).


I also have a diagram of the cuts I made from the various papers. If I say backed with DSA it means to apply ECD Double Sided Adhesive to the back of the cardstock prior to die cutting.

You will need a piece of red cardstock 5 1/2″ by 11″ , olive cardstock 5 1/2″ by 11″, light blue 8 1/2″ by 11″, white cardstock 4 1/4″ by 5″ 1/2″ and a small scrap of red for the “a gift for you”.


  1. Color the cardinal with markers of your choice. I used Copics on mine.
  2. Do all the die cutting as shown/described above.
  3. Put small piece of Elizabeth Craft Designs Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape onto the tabs of the red accordion. Facing the tabs to the right, join the two and snip off the tabs of the second panel. (Hint: watch Karen’s video tutorial for Gift Card Accordion assembly)
  4. Place the two olive pieces that have the gift card slots onto the two pages of the album, making sure to line up the notches perfectly on the second page so a gift card can be added later. Place the solid olive panel onto the first page of the Accordion, covering up the slots and making a layered olive backdrop.
  5. Place the colored Cardinal piece onto the first page and then the “a gift for you” greeting, making sure to place it toward the left so it does not cover up too much of the cardinal.
  6. Remove adhesive backing from 2 of the frames and place them onto the outer frames, lining up with the outside edges for perfect placement. Fold the card into a valley fold.
  7. Put a small piece of double sided tap onto the inner tab of the cardinal page and bring the gift card page over to the tab to connect in the usual fashion. Train the inner rectangles to fold as a mountain fold.
  8. Add the final Flourish Frame to the front of the album.
  9. Using a liquid adhesive put a little bit on the very bottom of the Merry Christmas and adhere to the top right side of the accordion.  Add a gift card to page 2. Your card is now complete  🙂

I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial today!

Thank you for stopping by the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog. Don’t forget to take a peek at Karen’s five brand new dies.

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

 Gift Card Accordion

Flourish Gift Frame

Merry Christmas Pop Up (1039)

Cardinal (RS021)

Soft Finish Cardstock 8.5″ x 11″ 270gr/100lb 10 pack (PSF102)

Transparent Double Sided Tape – 101mm (510)

Other Supplies:

Cardstock, Red, Olive, White and Light Blue

Black Dye Ink

Copic Markers

Die Cutting Machine

Liquid adhesive

Sleeping Hedgehog Shaker Card

October 15, 2015


Hi everyone,

It’s Frances Byrne here. Today I am sharing a Shaker Card I created using the Fitted Frames 3 Curvy Rectangles die and one of the sweet Daisy Hedgehog images from Elizabeth Craft Designs newest Designer Bianca Petroschi.

Here is how I created the card:


  1. Cut a piece of white card so it is 5 1/2 inches x 8 1/2 inches. Score along the the 8 1/2 inch side at 4 1/4 inches and fold card in half.
  • Cover the front of the card with floral designer paper which is 4 1/4 inches x 5 1/2 inches.
  • Cut a coordinating piece of designer paper which is 4 1/4 inches square. Adhere and centre this panel to the front of the card.

2. Cut a piece of Soft Finish Cardstock (100b) and also a piece of designer paper that matches the paper on the front of the card they are 2 1/4 inches x 3 1/2 inches.

  • Using black ink stamp the Sleeping Hedgehog from the Hedgehog Daisy All Seasons stamp set onto both pieces.
  • Color the image on the white card using the medium of choice ( I used Copic Markers)
  • From the designer paper image cut out the blanket and paper piece this over the image on the white card.

3. Cut a piece of pink card stock so it is 6 inches x 12 inches. Adhere Transparent Double Sided Adhesive Tape to the back of the card.

  • Cut the card  into pieces that measure 3 inches x 12 inches.
  • Using the Fitted Frames 3 Curvy Rectangles die cut six frames (Note: As we don’t need the outer frames from the die, we have cut down our card to the size needed and then placed the card so it is positioned on the centre of the die).
  • Carefully remove the curvy frame (Fourth frame from centre) and also the heart strings from the centre and set aside.


4. Cut a piece of acetate 2 1/4 inches x 3 1/2 inches. Remove the protective backing from one of the frames and adhere the acetate so it is under the frame. Set this piece aside.

  • Layer the remaining frames on top of each other. (Note: These frames are not symmetrical, so ensure that you have the curves matching prior to removing the protective backing from the back of each frame and layering up).
  • Adhere the stamped Sleeping Hedgehog image to the bottom of the layered frames.


5.  Adhere the stacked layered image to the centre of your card.

  • Add tiny beads or sequins to the inner portion of the stacked frames on the card.
  • Adhere the frame with acetate over the stacked frames so that the beads can not get out.

6. Adhere the heart strings we set aside earlier after die cutting the frames so that the ‘string’ that joins each heart is along the edge of the coordinating designer paper panel we attached in step 1. (See photo above for placement).

  • Add a Pink/Silver Glitter Dots Peel Off Sticker to the centre of each heart.


7. The inside of the card:

  • Take one of the frames which are left over when you cut all the frames for the shaker part of the card (the third frame from the centre) and attach this to the centre of the inside of the card.
  • Using scraps of pink card that have Transparent Double Sided Adhesive Tape adhered to the back, die cut two more of the heart strings from the centre of the Fitted Frames 3 Curvy Rectangles die. Attach these to the card as per photo above. Add Pink/Silver Glitter Dots Peel Off Stickers to the centre of each heart.

8.  Roughly trim around the sentiment Thinking of You from the Thinking of You Large Peel Off Stickers. Peel off any excess black peel-off sticker that may be around your image until you just have the sentiment as per photo above.

  •  Cut a piece of Transfer Sheet large enough to fit over the sentiment. Remove the protective backing and place the tacky side of the Transfer Sheet onto the word “Thinking”. Burnish with a bone folder or your fingers and carefully lift the Transfer Sheet checking to ensure that all of the pieces lift at once. You can see Els’ video using this technique HERE.
  •  Now move the Transfer Sheet with sentiment attached to it over to the card. When it is in the right spot, place it down onto the card and rub the front of the Transfer Sheet to release the pieces onto the card. Carefully lift the Transfer Sheet to check and make sure all of the sentiment pieces are now on the card. (Don’t remove the Transfer sheet until all pieces are in place). Repeat this process to place the words “of You” underneath the word “Thinking”.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.


Elizabeth Craft Designs:
1063 Fitted Frames 3 Curvy Rectangles
CS007 Hedgehog Daisy All Seasons
2580 Thinking of You Large Peel Off Stickers Black
7018 Glitter Dots Peel Off Stickers Pink/Silver
600 Transfer Sheet 
PSF102 Soft Finish Cardstock 8.5″ x 11″ 270gr/100lb 10 Pack
509 Transparent Double Sided Tape 152mm
Cardstock: White; Pink
Designer Paper: Kaisercraft Secret Garden 6 1/2″ Paper Pad
Black Ink
Els van de Burgt Studio

Spooky Hedgehogs Halloween

October 9, 2015

Petroschi Bianca (25)

Hello dear friends, it’s Petroschi Bianca.

This month, on October 31 it’s Halloween.Wiiiiiii!!!!! Did you know that over 160 million people will celebrate by dressing up, giving out candy, attending parties, and covering porches in spooky decorations? If things are so, it looks like perfect time to begin preparations.Hihihihi!!!!

Petroschi Bianca (45)

For today’s blog post I created a card in which I used a combination of dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs , 2 rubber stamps of Susan’s Garden collection, and my set of clear photopolymer stamps Hedgehog Daisy Halloween.

Petroschi Bianca (38)

Because it would take a very long time to explain how I made the card, and a lot of pictures, I created a video to show you the steps.

*Note that you can stop the video anytime you want if you find an interesting image, or you wish to watch it longer.

Enjoy the YouTube video below:

If you would like to see my complete collection of stamps, visit the Elizabeth Craft Designs website HERE.

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel HERE.



Elizabeth Craft Designs:

Hedgehog Daisy Halloween (CS006) 4″X6″ (Image size between 2″/3″)

Garden Notes – Carolina Window & Shutters (1086)

CountryScapes – New England Stonewall & Gate (1084)

CountryScapes – Critters 4 (1082)

Susan’s Garden – Woodland Leaves (1092)

CountryScapes – The Woods 1 (992)

Keep your face to the sunshine (RS013)

All things of Nature (RS010)


Fitted Frames 3 Curvy Rectangles (1063)

Tags & More 7 – Vine (960)

Numbers & More 1 (968)

Alphabet 1 – Caps (967)

Fine Pointed Scissors by Elizabeth Craft Designs, Inc. (802)

Fine Pointed Tweezers by Elizabeth Craft Designs, Inc. (801)

Double sided adhesive

Spiral Circle Pull Card (916)

Tags Pivot Card (973)


300gr GSM Cardstock :burgundy,orange,gray,brown,beige,black

Permanent black ink pad

Distress inkpad


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