Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Classic Christmas for Elizabeth Craft Designs

Hi Friends,

It's challenge day at Elizabeth Craft Designs and that means that the design team has some wonderful projects to share with you.  The theme is Classic Christmas and I have made a card using the new Winter Ornaments from Joset Designs.



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Until next time - stay crafty,
S@ndy

To see more details on the products I used just click on the images below.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Festive Christmas Tree Ornaments

Hi Friends,
Today I have a fun project to share on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog.  These festive little critters will brighten any Christmas tree and can be used for years to come.  Hope to see you there, 




Stay Creative,
S@ndy

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Seeing Spots

Welcome back my friends,

Today is the Paper Pros Challenge, Seeing Spots.  We are a group of casual, just for fun, crafters that do challenge once a month when time allows.  This month I made a card for friend and have already given it to her so I'm not letting out any secrets.  Since the cupcake wrappers have spots on them, it's perfect for this challenge.


I used the Cupcake Pop-Up die from the Karen Burniston and three arms from the Upsy Daisy Pop-Up.  All the icing is cut from glitter paper and I made those cute cherries by coloring some Pearl Embellishments with a Copic Marker, any alcohol marker will work.  Everything, except the paper from my stash is linked below so you can shop with a simple click of the mouse.
My friend loved her card.

Stay Crafty,
S@ndy

Friday, September 7, 2018

Thinking of You

Hi Friends, 

A quick stop today to share a card I made for friends who just lost their beloved pet. 


I added a little wing on the bow.

Until next time,
S@ndy

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Home Sweet Home

Hi my friends,

I'm beyond excited to tell you that I have been chosen to join the Karen Burniston/KB Riley Design Team and have been doing the "happy dance" since I found out.   Today is the first challenge I'm participating in and the theme is HOUSE.  I've used the House and Fence die set for my card along with a few other sets from the collection.  Everything I used is linked below so you can click to shop.  Last month I made a double floating floor Halloween card and I've used the same technique here.  You can see the technique video here



I used the same construction for the double floating floor as in the video but then I used the House as it is intended to be used.  I cut a portion of the house off to make a dog house - added a little heart on the front of each house.  The Tree Pop-Up die set is perfect for this with the cute tire swing.  Everybody wants an adorable dog in their yard so I added one using the Cat & Dog die set.  A few green clouds as bushes in the front and it is complete.

It's Good To Be HOME.
S@ndy

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Holiday Place Cards

Hi my friends,

Before we know it the holiday season will be upon us and with it comes lots of entertaining.  I'm stopping by today to share some Place Cards that I made for my dinner table.  With the new release from Joset Designs over at Elizabeth Craft Designs it's easy to whip up some cute ones.


These little penguins couldn't be any cuter and they look perfect on top of a simple tent fold card.  It is easy to use them again and again by simply replacing the name on the tag that slips into the slot. 


If you want to send them home with a guest as a reminder of a nice meal together you can always use the fun Blackboard Alphabet set to add their name.  Who wouldn't love to take "Marty the Party Moose" home.

Have a creative weekend -
S@ndy

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Double Floating Floor Halloween Card

Hi Friends,

Today I have a fun card to share with you - I'm using lots of dies from Karen Burniston.  I've linked them all below for you.  There is video on how I made this card below the photos.





Happy Haunting,
S@ndy