Showing posts from August, 2017

Happy Thoughts

Hello Everyone welcome to my blog.  Well fall is quickly closing in and I don't know about you but I am not ready to let go of my flowers yet. Today my card is a "Twisted Easel Card" featuring Susan's Garden Notes Dahlia.  This is really a fun and easy card.    I belong to a scrapbooking group and our demonstrator taught us this card the other night and I could not wait to make it again.  Let's get started!  Card base: Cut cardstock 4-1/4" X 11" score at 5-1/2" fold on score line.   (Note: Fold on this card is actually on the right and will seem a bit strange.)  Open card up score right half of card from lower left at center score line to top outside right edge as shown in photo.  If you look close you can see little x marks that are lined up in cutting channel. Fold on score line.  Add Clear Double Sided Adhesive to lower half of fold. 2.  Cut White Soft Finish Cardstock 4" X 5-1/4" dry emboss using embossing folder of your choice (Mos


Hello my Crafty Friends!  This card was designed for my post on Elizabeth Craft Designs for Susan's garden Design Team.  It features the wildflowers that are in bloom in my area of Maine right now.  For tutorial on how card was made and to see all the great products be sure to visit Elizabeth Craft Designs ! Thanks for stopping by today! Christine

Think Happy

For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs  are giving away a  $20 Gift Card to use on the Elizabeth Craft Designs website   to 3 winners.  To enter simply leave a comment on the  Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post and tell us “Which dies from Susan’s collection make you think of your home?” We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing The winners will be announced on Friday, August 11  on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.   Hello everyone welcome to my blog.  Today is Susan's Garden Design Team second challenge.   This month we have been challenged to use new Cottage Dies, Window & Flower Box, Doors etc.  I have chosen Susan's new release  Square Window & Flower Box Die Set.  On my card I used patterned paper that I had purchased (I am trying to use up some of my large paper stash) but how cool would it be to take a picture out your own window and print onto cardstock. Here is how card was created.  Car