Hi Everyone, it’s Tina here. Today I have a DIY Background using Silk Microfine Glitter and the new Spider Web die set from Joset Designs. Below you will find the steps to create your own background card.
Step 1 – Trim White Soft Finish Cardstock to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, score at 4 1/4″ and fold in half for a vertical side fold card. (A2)
Step 2 – Trim Black Soft Finish Cardstock to 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″. Diecut Fitted Indented Rectangles using the trimmed cardstock.
Step 3 – Diecut Spider Web using White Soft Finish Cardstock. Adhere Pixie Spray to the backside to create a stencil. Adhere the stencil on top of the diecut created from Step 2.
Step 4 – Create your own Glitter Paste by mixing Silk Microfine Glitter Copper Rose and Texture Paste Transparent Gloss. Apply the mix onto the Cardstock with the stencil. Once completely covered remove the stencil and let dry.
Step 5 – Adhere the Background created from Step 4 to the card front using Foam Tape.
Step 6 – Diecut Spider Web (spiders x 3) and adhere to card front using Foam Squares. I added Shimmer using a Shimmer Pen for added sparkle.
Step 7 – Stamp Spooky sentiment onto Black Soft Finish Cardstock using Versamark. Sprinkle Gold Embossing powder and remove the excess. Heat set it with a heat tool.
Step 8 – Diecut Labels 1 using the sentiment created from Step 7. Adhere to card using Foam Tape.
This Glitter Paste technique can be used for any occasion by simply changing the color of the Glitter. Below is a link to all the products used. Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day.
Hello Everyone, It’s been a while since I’ve been here on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog but it’s a pleasure to be back as your guest designer today. Halloween is just around the corner so I thought I would create a fun and spooky Halloween card using the Elizabeth Craft Designs General Pop Up die set. This set is so fun and versatile and really a must have in your collection. If you’re new to the General Pop Up dies, make sure to watch one of my latest videos HERE that will explain to you more about them. And don’t forget to visit the Elizabeth Craft Designs website to check out all their Halloween products which are now on sale. Use the code BOO15 and you will receive 15% discount on those Halloween products. Sale start today and runs through October 31st.
I love everything “pumpkin” this time of year. Yes, I fall for the pumpkin spice creamer in my coffee, pumpkin spice oatmeal, and pumpkin spice candies. I love it all! Hello, this is Birgit here with you today sharing another love of pumpkins, these sweet dies from Joset Designs.
It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a tutorial for the Coloring Design Team today. Being that Halloween is now only four weeks away, I decided to play with the new Krista Schneider Halloween Clear Stamp set. These stamps are perfect for creating fun scenes.
This is Anita here! Halloween cards are so much fun to make, especially using the newly released stamps and dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs. There are so many fun images to select from, including bats, pumpkins, a witch, candy corn, spooky trees, a haunted house, and more.
For my tutorial today I created a tri-fold card that provides a lot of space for creating detailed scenes.
Now that the calendar says September I have thoughts of fall and all the things that are associated with it – like pumpkins. There is just something about a pumpkin that brings a smile to my face. Not only do I love pumpkins, my favorite color is, you guessed it, orange. Today I’m sharing a card that I created using the pumpkins from the new release by Joset Designs.
It’s Frances here and it is my turn to post a tutorial today for the Die Cut Design Team. With Halloween just under two months away (57 days actually), I thought it would be fun to play with some of the new Halloween dies and stamps from Elizabeth Craft Designs. Halloween isn’t as big an event down here in Australia as it is in the USA, but I do love creating Halloween-themed projects when I can.
Today I have created two Halloween Lollypop Holders to give to trick or treaters, or in my case, to my grandchildren. Continue Reading