Happy New Year! It’s Suzanne here today with a celebration card that is formal and glitzy for New Year’s Eve, but can take on a whole new feeling by using bright colours for other occasions. This is an easy-peasy card with streamers as the theme!
Here is how we make it….
Hi Everybody! I’m Kathleen Adams and I have the honor of being today’s guest designer. I was inspired by my granddaughters love for the boardwalk at Santa Cruz, CA. She never seems to tire of wanting to spend the day there. Here’s how I made this card.
By Jeanette Horner
Hello, its Jeanette here for Susan’s Garden Club. Remembering the old barn in a neighbors field, and every spring this beautiful old dogwood tree, bloomed so beautiful against the barn. I think of it in the springtime and wonder if it is still there.The limbs would fall across the old door, with the old iron hinges and old leather strap, for a handle. This inspired the card…
It’s my turn to post a project on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today. Maybe it is the fact that where we live we are quickly approaching winter, but I seem to be drawn to the sea images lately. I love this patterned paper from the Through the Lens Stone collection, I am not sure about you but when I look at it I see the ocean waves crashing into the sand on the beach. So of course I had to use this to create my beach themed card today.
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today with my first Easter card of the year. Children always look forward to coloring eggs and are excited to discover the ones that were hidden by the Easter Bunny. I had fun creating a lot of different eggs using the Joset Designs’ Easter Eggs dies. There are eggs in three sizes and three overlays so you can create a variety of pretty eggs.
Hello!! It’s Wanda Hentges with you today. We’ve had a lot of really cold weather in Southern Iowa and it’s nice to think about warmer days, maybe by the ocean, walking along picking up shells and enjoying the sunshine. The A Way With Words Dream die, cut from a “dreamy” color of Shimmer Sheetz, combined with the new Swirly Flourish Stage it Stencil from Karen Burniston (a design that makes me think of waves on the sea), Seashells from Joset Designs, and a rope from Ropes 1, a new release from Els van de Burgt Studio, make for a wonderful card. It sends the mind off on thoughts of a day by the seaside.
It’s Jackeline and to be in the spirit of Valentine’s Day I decided to create a card full of Love. I combined some dies from Joset Designs, Quietfire Design A Way With Words, and Els Van de Burgt Studio, all from Elizabeth Craft Designs.
Hello! Summer Hills-Painter here today with a card project to make for the guys. Masculine cards can be so challenging to make sometimes. In the new CHA collections, Karen Burniston released a Paisley Stage it Stencil and Els van de Burgt introduced the Ropes 1 die set. I just knew these two would make the perfect addition to Karen’s already-released Props 6 and Homegrown Greetings Clear Stamps set.
Here is how to make the card: