Showing posts from September, 2017

Witch's Brew

  Hello my crafty friends welcome to my blog today.  Well it is officially fall and Halloween is fast approaching so my post today is a Halloween card that I have designed using Susan's CountryScapes Build A Witch die set.  There are 2 witches in the die set and I could not decide which witch (hehehe) to use so I decided to design a card that used both. Here is how the card was created.  Card base is black glitter paper cut 12" X 7" scored at 6" folded on score line to form 7" X 6" card so both witches would fit. Cut orange cardstock 6-3/4" X 5-3/4" adhere to card front using Clear Double Sided Adhesive. Cut white Soft Finish Cardstock 6-1/2" X 5-1/2" .  Cut circle approximately 2-1/2" from scrap paper (just a mask for moon) add removable adhesive to back place on white cardstock where you would like your moon to be.  Using Distress Oxide re-inkers place a few drops Spiced Marmalade, Wilted Violet, Wild Honey and just a couple

Autumn Light

    Hello everyone welcome to my blog and thank you for stopping by.  Today is Susan's Garden September Challenge and the challenge this month is Home Decor using Susan's dies.  I chose to decorate  a lantern that I have had around for a while and have not been using.  Sorry about photo quality as it is very hard to photograph things with glass. For our Challenge today 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 blog post  and answer this question: What Home Decor items do you like to create to use in your home? We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing. The winners will be announced on  Friday, September 15th,  on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog. *******************   Here is how I did it. 1.  Cut 7 or 8 Garden Notes Grapevine Wreath from medium brown color cardstock.   Shade each one using inks or PanPa

Teacup Love

Welcome all to my blog.  Today I am posting a card that I designed for Susan's Garden Design Team and is posted on Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.  Check out their blog for full tutorial for card.