Showing posts from December, 2017

Dec 25th

Seasons greetings my friends!  Today I am posting a card I designed for Susan's Garden Design Team.  You can find a full tutorial on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog. Here are the Elizabeth Craft Design Products you can click on any item to purchase.

Noel Pines

Welcome to my blog all you crafty friends - thanks for stopping by today. It is time again for another challenge for Susan's Garden Design Team and this month the challenge is to use red, green and gold in our design so I have chosen to do a Christmas card.    My card today is based on what I use for holiday decor around my house and I am a lover of rustic and primitive.  This wooden crate filled with pine boughs and red berry branches is what you would find adorning my deck. Be sure to visit Elizabeth Craft Designs to answer the question and enter your name for a chance to win! The question is  " What Susan Garden products would you like to find under your Christmas tree this year?”      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 answer the question on the  Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post. We will select 3 l

Christmas Projects

Hi there welcome to my blog thanks for stopping by today. Today I am posting a few Christmas projects that I just finished up.  Hard to believe that Christmas is just 3 weeks away YIKES!    I did the Snowman marshmallow pops for a friend's daycare, the Hershey nugget treats for work and the ornaments for gifts.  The ornaments are the only things I actually designed myself as the snowmen I saw on Facebook and the candy treats we did at our Close to My Heart Stamp of the Month group. The snowman pops I saw on Facebook had a nose glued on as well as buttons down the stick but since mine were for a day care with little ones I opted to use just Sharpie markers. The Hershey nugget treats were fun I wrote winner under candy on one and that person won an ornament. The ornaments are a sweet reminder of my childhood when my Dad brought home the half balls with scenes inside - I still have the 2 that survived which are probably 60 years old now.  They were made using Susan's CountryScapes