ECD Design Team Focus on New Releases for Joset

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Hello My Crafty Friends,

Today the ECD Design Team is focusing on Joset's new releases now available at Elizabeth Craft Designs.  I have chosen to use her new Stitched Hexagons.

Here is how I made the card.

Step 1  Cut 1 set of Garden Notes - Leafy Berry Branch from green cardstock.  Lay right side down on Molding Mat using medium ball tool from Susan's Garden 4 pc. All Metal Tool Kit rub back of each leaf.  Using Nuvo Crystal Drops add berries set aside to dry.

Step 2  Form 6 X 6 tent fold card from white cardstock.  Using Joset's largest Stitched Hexagon die lay onto card base with top cutting edge just above fold then die cut. (see photos)

Step 3  Using largest Hexagon die and patterned paper cut 1 hexagon.  Adhere to card front using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

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Step 4    Using 2 largest hexagon dies cut frame from white Soft Finish Cardstock with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on back.  (see photo)  Adhere to card front.

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Step 5  From White Soft Finish Cardstock using Garden Notes - Primrose 1 cut nine flowers.  Color with alcohol markers. (Note: you can use colored cardstock if you are not into coloring.)  To shape and assemble see Susan's video found at this LINK.

Step 6  Cut white Soft Finish Cardstock 1" X 6" round corners stamp with sentiment.  This sentiment is from set - Little Words That Mean A Lot.  Adhere to lower portion of card using dimensional tape.

Step 7  Arrange your flowers and berry branches on card front using Kids Choice Glue.

To purchase any of the Elizabeth Craft Designs products used today just click on them below.  Be sure to check out Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog  at this LINK to see what other Design Team members have created with Joset's new releases.

ECD Supplies




Other Supplies

Black Ink

Nuvo Crystal Drops

Copic Markers

Hope that you have enjoyed my card today.  Be sure to check out the new releases at Elizabeth craft Designs.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Until next time - Happy Crafting!

Christine

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