I’m on the Elizabeth Craft Designs’ Blog today sharing this card I created for tea time.
This winter has been cold and snowy and really, really long … I am not sure spring will ever come.
But that did not stop me from completing my Mosaic Moments assignment … a spring scavenger hunt.
I used lots of dies, a little glitter and Shimmer Sheetz to make the page springy.
While you are there, cheer me on or leave a comment!
I have been wanting to color these eggs for years … and I finally did!
I love how this card turned out. It is so sparkly and elegant.
Head over to the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog to see how I made it.
This month’s challenge at Scrap It Girl is to create a project using tags, bags or tags and bags.
I decided to create a card with a new stamp — well, new to me — that a friend gave me.
I used a tag die from QuicKutz to cut out the tags. I inked them and added sticker words (Elizabeth Craft Designs) to them. I attached them with dimensional foam to make them stand out a bit.
Now, it is your turn. Create a project using tags, bags or tags and bags. Take a photo and post it here.
You could win this package of gifts …
Each month, the Elizabeth Craft Designs’ Design Team participates in a special challenge. This month’s theme is flowers and I decided to make a box filled with them.
Then, I began cutting out flowers of all shapes and sizes with dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs. I began with Flower Set 1, which I cut with Shimmer Sheetz and Velvet Adhesive Sheets and then layered together.
Next, I cut out the Flourish with Flowers die out of a Velvet Adhesive Sheet. Since it did not fit on the box panel, I needed to remove the adhesive off of the back side.
Then, I began filling in the space with leaves cut from the Curvy Leaves die. I used two different shades of green Shimmer Sheetz to add contrast.
And flowers cut with the Bunch of Flowers die.
HINT: Use the metal adaptor plate and run it through the Big Shot twice for the best results.
For a final touch, I added the words With Love from the Assorted Words peel-off sheet.
To see more amazing creations featuring flowers, visit the ECD blog on March 31st.