Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Christmas Cheer

Today the Elizabeth Craft Designs team was challenged to create a Christmas Themed card. To see all the cards created by the design team go to this LINK.

For our Challenge today Elizabeth Craft Designs is 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  the question on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Post at this LINK.

Elizabeth Craft Designs will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing.

The winners will be announced on Friday, October 20, on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.

Good Luck!

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 I chose to create a cute shaker card using the Snowman & Gifts, and Reindeer & Birds clear stamp sets, and the die cut trees from the Reindeer die set.  Here is how the shaker card was created.

Start with a 6-inch card.


Use the Dotted Square and Fitted Square die sets to die cut seven narrow frames.  Die cut the Stitched frames them tape the Fitted frame inside leaving an even border all the way around and run through the die cutting machine again.

Die cut five large tree trunks using the Reindeer die set.   Cut 2 snow banks using the same die set.

Next you need to attach the tree trucks individually on one of the die cut square frames, attaching them so they are alternated when all the frames are attached together.




The picture above shows how you should have arranged the trees on the frames.


Die cut a blue piece of card stock using the largest die used for die cutting the frame.  All the white frames will be glued over this piece.  Use 3mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive to attach two of the frames that have a tree attached.  Attach one of the snowbanks, then attach two more frames with a tree, the other snow bank, then the last frame with a tree attach. 

Use the Snowman & Gifts stamp set and stamp the snowman.  Color with markers and die cut using the matching die set.  

Use the Reindeer & Birds clear stamp set and stamp the reindeeer.  Color with markers and die cut using the matching die set.

Attach the Snowman and Reindeer on top of the frames 

Pour in glitter or sequins inside the tree frame to create a shaker card.

Using the largest die used to cut the frames, die cut a piece of acetate and attach with 3mm clear double sided adhesive over the top of the frames.  

 Attach the last two  frames (that do not have trees attached) to build up the frame.

Attach the shaker square at the top of the card, using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

Use the Holiday Cheer clear stamp set and stamp the sentiment using black VersaFine Ink.  Clear emboss the stamped sentiment.

The products from Elizabeth Craft Designs are linked below.




Saturday, October 14, 2017

White Poinsettias and how to Create Bracts

The Red Metallic Shimmer Sheetz circle really makes the white elements on this card pop.

Use one of the Fitted Circle dies to die cut the Red Metallic Shimmer Sheetz circle.  Use one of the Dotted Scallop dies, one size larger, to die cut a white circle.  Attach the red circle with dimensional tape, to the white circle.

This is a 6x6 inch card.  Cut a piece of off white card stock 5 1/2 square and score around the edges using a scoreboard.  Attach to the front of the card.

Attach the die cut circles in the center of the card front.

Use Susan's Garden Notes Poinsettia die set to create 3 white poinsettias.  Shade the base of the petals with light green PanPastel.  Shape the petals with Susan's Flower Tool Kit.  



To create the bracts (center of poinsettia), I used Nuvo Crystal Dots.  Working on a small piece of non-stick craft mat, add lime green Nuvo dots.  Let the drops dry approximately 15 minutes then go back and add a small yellow Nuvo dot in the center of each green dot.  Let dry throughly then remove from mat and glue them individually in the center of each poinsettia.

Use the Garden Notes Whitepine Boughs & Pinecone die set to die cut eight white boughs.  

Arrange the pine boughs and poinsettia on the lower left side of the card.  

Use the Reindeer die set and die cut one deer out of White Soft Finish Cardstock.  Use the Snowflake die in this same set to die cut a few snowflakes.

Attach the deer to the red Shimmer Sheetz using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.  Attach the snow flakes around the reindeer.  

All the Elizabeth Craft Designs products are linked below.





Wednesday, October 11, 2017

New Susan's Garden Notes Die Sets


It is always fun when Susan has a new Susan's Garden Notes die set release.  There are eight new sets, that I have linked below in my supply list, now available at Elizabeth Craft Designs.  

Today I have a Christmas card to show you that I created with the new Garden Notes Glass Hurricane & Candle die set.  

The Glass Hurricane was die cut using a piece of acetate.  The candle from the same die set was die cut using White Soft Finish Cardstock.  Around the edge of the top of the candle, I added glue to resemble melting wax and sprinkled on Cool Diamond Glitter.  The candle was attached to the card and the acetate was attached with Clear Double Sided Adhesive in inconspicuous places.

Susan's  Garden Notes Poinsettia was used to create the poinsettias.  The flowers were shaped with the Flower Tool Kit.

The Whitepine Boughs and Pinecone die set was used to die cut the green boughs and to die cut the pieces to create four pinecones.  

The new ECD Berry Branch die set was used to die cut the branch using Dark Chocolate Soft Finish Cardstock.  Red berries were added using Nuvo Crystal Drops.  The branch was cut apart and attached under the arrangement.

To finish the card, two gold Corner Peel Off Stickers were added on the top corners.

Be sure to check the links below to see all the new die sets in the Garden Notes release.

Links to all the products used are below.





Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Susan's Garden Design Team Challenge - Fairy


A fun challenge this month for the Elizabeth Craft Designs Susan's Garden design team is to design a card using one of her Fairy die sets.  Here is the LINK to go to the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog so you can see all the cards created by the Design Team.

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For our Challenge today Elizabeth Craft Designs is 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:   If you had your own fairy, what would be 3 products on your crafting wishlist?


Elizabeth Craft Designs will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing.

The winners will be announced on Friday, October 13, on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.

Good Luck!

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Start with a six inch card.  Cut another six inch square for the front panel out of White Soft Finish Cardstock.  

Use the 2nd largest Fitted Oval die to die cut an opening on the left side of the six inch square.  Sponge green ink around the outside edges.  Attach this square to the front of the card using dimensional tape.

Use Susan's Garden Notes Fairy - Tiger Lily die set to die cut the Fairy.  To create a stable Fairy that you can add dimensional tape under, die cut the body of the Fairy 4 times, using 100 lb card stock.  Glue the four Fairies together.   Color the Fairy and the Tiger Lily skirt.  I used Susan's PanPastels to sponge on color.  A red fine line marker was used to add the dots and lines on each petal of her skirt.   I used a clear Wink of Stella pen to give her hair, and dress sparkle.

Die cut the Wings of the Fairy using White Iridescent Shimmer Sheetz.   Use Silver Shimmer Sheetz to die cut the container (shown in her left hand).  Attach the wings to the Fairy's back using dimensional tape.   

Use the Garden Notes Coreopsis die set to die cut enough pieces to create seven flowers.  Use Susan's Flower Tool Kit to shape and assemble the flowers.  For information on how to create this flower, you can watch Susan's Garden - Coreopsis YouTube Video at this LINK.

Use the Pair of Leaves 1 die set to die cut three leaf branches. Use Susan's Flower Tool Kit to shape each leaf.   

Arrange the Leaves and Coreopsis on the lower left corner of the card.  

Attach the Fairy on the right side of the die cut Oval, as shown.  Leave room to add heart sequins below her hand.  You can add dots of glue and  sprinkle on glitter or use Peel Off Glitter Dots.

Attach the container under the left hand of the Fairy onto the card.  Again add sequins or whatever you used you falling from her right hand, under the container, as shown.

Use Susan's Little Words That Mean A Lot stamp sent and stamp the sentiment.  I used VersaFine Ink and clear embossed the sentiment.  Die cut the sentiment using a die from the Dotted Scalloped Oval die set.  Sponge around the edges of the Oval with Yellow ink.  Attach more sequins around the sentiment.  Attach this oval above the flowers, as shown.

For a final touch, use a fine tip marker and add a few black dots around the lower edges of the  flowers.





Sunday, October 8, 2017

Chrysanthemum Covered Box


This is a project I designed back in 2015 and was asked to re-post it.  It is one of my very favorite projects.  I love creating beautiful flowers with Susan's Garden Notes flower die sets.

This is an old wood cigar box which I thought would be perfect to make beautiful with Susan's Garden Notes Chrysanthemums and Susan's Garden Woodland Leaves.  You can pick up cigar boxes, for very little money, at most any cigar store.  These boxes make great gift boxes for birthdays or the holidays.

Here is how I transformed this box into a gorgeous box anyone would love to receive. First cover the cigar logo which is usually on the top of the box.   I created a square to cover the center of the top of the box.  (I wanted to keep as much of the wood showing as possible, so I only covered the logo.)  It was matted with a piece of black card stock, then a smaller rust mat.  I used a piece of textured off-white card stock for the next layer; this layer was sponged around the edges with Old Paper and Tea Dye Distress Inks.  Next a frame of burgundy card stock was cut and attached over the outside edge of the off-white layer using dimensional tape under it, to give it some dimension.  On top of the burgundy frame, I added one of the ECD peel off line stickers.  Once all these layers were attached to each other, the frame was attached, with 10mm Double Sided Tape, to the cigar box.

 Using the Chrysanthemum die, die cut chrysanthemums using different colors of card stock. There are a total of 13 flowers on this box top.  I used burgundy colored card stock, bright yellow card stock and the rest were die cut using white card stock and were shaded with Susan's PanPastels.

For complete instruction on how to create Susan's Garden Note Chrysanthemum, you can watch Susan's YouTube Video at this LINK.  Susan has 15 new videos on Susan's Garden Club playlist on YouTube that will be very helpful in creating your projects with her dies.

 Using Susan's  Garden Woodland Leaves,  die cut a lot of leaves using some white card stock and some Kraft card stock.  The different card stock gives a variety of shades.

All the leaves were first shaped, using Susan's Flower Tool Kit.   Working on a Teflon Craft Mat, all the leaves were colored using a variety of colors from Susan's PanPastels; yellows, greens, orange, rust, bright red and dark red.  The PanPastels blend beautifully creating such beautiful fall colors.  Use a sponge to add the colors which makes it easy to quickly color.  There will be PanPastel dust on your craft mat, so don't forget to pick this dust up with the sponge and blend it over some of the leaves.  

Layer Woodland Leaves down the left side and across the bottom of the top of the box.  Attach the Chrysanthemums with dimensional glue dots.  Add as many Elizabeth Craft Designs Curvy Leaves as you like for fillers;  they were die cut using white card stock then sponged with green PanPastel then a little rust around the edges, then  shaped with Susan's Flower Tool Kit.  There are also branches from Susan's CountryScapes Wood 1 die set that were die cut using dark brown card stock, then glued under the leaves.  There is one Elizabeth Craft Designs Berry Branch tucked in that was colored with the wine (dark red) PanPastel.

A box decorated with Susan's Garden dies would be a beautiful gift in itself, or you could add a little surprise inside too.  Do you have something you could recycle and make beautiful?

Below are the Links to products I used from Elizabeth Craft Designs:




Halloween Treat Box


Halloween is not far away.  I am sure you have a few goblins you like to give a special treat to.  

I created a very cute little box for a special treat using the Elizabeth Craft Designs Pillow Box with Handle die.  

The box was die cut using black card stock.  On the front of the box, an opening was die cut using the smallest Dotted Scallop Oval die.  

Cut a piece of acetate that will fit behind the die cut opening and attach it with 3mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive.  

Use the Halloween Clear Stamp Set and stamp the images shown.  Color with markers.  Die cut the pieces using the matching die set.

Attach the sentiment just above the scored line of the handle.  Attach the spiders just below the same scored line.  This makes it look like the spiders are handing from the sentiment.  

Attach the two die cuts at the bottom of the box, slightly over the acetate covered window.

Add Clear Double Sided Adhesive around the handle and attach both handles together.  

Create a bow and attach at the top of the box.

Fill the box with candy.   

I'm sure the recipient will love this little box as much as the treat inside.


Links to the Elizabeth Craft Designs products are linked below.




Thursday, October 5, 2017

Thinking of You


Winter is just around the corner.  I love the new Winter die sets from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  Here is a card that could be used for any occasion.  Here is how the card was created:

1.  Start with a 6-inch card.  
2.  Use a piece of light blue card stock, cut 5 1/2 inches square, to create the mountain scene. Using Susan's Mountain & Split Rail Stencil to add the mountain.  Tape stencil to the left side of the card stock and press VersaMark through stencil.  Move stencil over to the left and add one more mountain to create a mountain range.  White emboss.  
3.  Use Susan's CountryScapes Mountains die set and die cut two landscapes, using Soft Finish White Cardstock.  Layer as shown.
4.  Use the Adventure Edges die set and die cut the cloud border, which will be added at the bottom of the card.  
5.  Use the Reindeer die set and die cut one deer.  Sponge on Distress inks to color.  Use a fine tip marker to color in nose, eye, and hoofs.
6. There are trees in the Reindeer die set, but I chose to use the beautiful tree in the  Christmas Tree Die Set. Die cut on the backing for this tree and sponge on green ink leaving the bottom of each tree section white.  Assemble the tree by adding dimensional tape under each layer.
7.  To assemble the card, start by layering the CountryScapes Mountains over the embossed mountains.  
8.  Add the die cut snow that was die cut from the Adventures Edges.  
9.  Use the Kids Glue and dilute it a little with water, and add glue to the mountain tops, snow banks, and the edges of the tree branches.  Sprinkle on Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter.  Once the glue is dry, rub the glitter with your fingers to bring on the sparkle.
10.  Add the tree to the left of the Reindeer.  
11.  Die cut a lot of snowflakes using the die in the Reindeer die set.  Add glue, and Cool Diamond Glitter to the snowflakes.  Add snowflakes around the scene.
12.  Any sentiment can be added to this winter scene, but I chose to use a sentiment from the General Sentiments clear stamp set.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have fun creating your Winter cards.



Elizabeth Craft Designs Products:

Monday, September 25, 2017

Winter Sweater Blog Hop


Welcome to my blog and the Elizabeth Craft Designs Winter Sweater Blog Hop.

Today the Elizabeth Craft Designs Design Team is having a special blog hop featuring the Winter Sweater die set.  This is a die set I love to use because you can create so many different sweaters with it.  Below I have three cards I designed using this die set

Winter Sweater - Die - ElizabethCraftDesigns.com


This hop starts on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blogso if you are starting on my blog first, you may want to head over there now so you can start at the beginning of the hop. I'm sure you do not want miss anything because there is lots to see!  Here are the links to all the Winter Sweater Blog Hop blogs:


To celebrate the Winter Sweater Blog Hop Elizabeth Craft Designs will be offering customers 15% off the Winter Sweater die using the code  “BRRR” at checkout.  This offer will last until Sunday, October 1.


It is always cool where I live in late October and I thought it would be fun to create a Halloween Sweater with the Winter Sweater die set.

This is a 6-inch card.  A piece of the design paper from the Cucina With Love design paper pack was added to the front.

The Sweater was die cut using black card stock.  The cuffs were die cut using orange card stock then a thin line marker used to draw lines and dots on them.  A black peel off  wavy line sticker was used to add to the top and bottom of each of the cuffs.

The Halloween stamp set was used for the candy corn witch, boo, and bat.  They were colored with markers and die cut using the matching die set.

The Spooky Sentiments stamp set was used for the Happy Halloween Sign.  It was die cut using the Labels 1 die set.  The sentiment was stamped on orange card stock, and black embossed.  The label was attached to black card stock and trimmed around the edges with scissors.

The ModaScrap Leafy Branch 2 die set was used to die cut three sets of leaves, using Mustard card stock.  Brown and Orange ink was sponged on the leaves.  Susan's Flower Tool Kit was used to shape the leaves.

The Label was attached with dimensional tape and the Leafy Branches were attached under the label.

The bat was die cut using the Halloween stamp set and die cut with the matching die set.  It was attached with dimensional tape.

To finish the card, black flat backed beads were attached to the corners of the card.


Below are two Winter Sweater cards I want to show you to give you additional ideas for your cards.  All the products used for all three cards are linked below.   


For this sweater I used a red yarn to cover the sweater.  The sweater was die cut with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on the front so the yard would stick the body of the sweater.  A Way With Words dies were used for the Sentiment.  The Holiday Garlands 2 die set used to die cut the gold border.

This sweater was die cut using felt adhered to Clear Double Sided Adhesive.  You could also use one of the Velvet Adhesive Sheets from ECD.  For the background, a piece of the new Unconventional Christmas Paper was used.  The sentiment was stamped using the new Fashionable Phrases stamp set and die cut using the ModaScrap Stitched Fishtail Banners die set.  The ovals used are Fitted Ovals and Fitted Frames 4 - Curvy Ovals die sets.

Be sure to check out all the other design team's cards using this fun die set. 




Let's Have Some Fun


Playing in the snow is so much fun!  

Have you seen all the cute clear rubber stamps designed by Krista Schneider?  Today I used the new Penquins stamp set and the matching dies to create my card.

1.  Start with a six-inch card.
2.  Use a piece of white Soft Finish Cardstock cut 5 1/2 inches square.  Use the Earth & Sky Stencil and sponge on blue ink over the cloud stencil to cover the upper half of the card, creating clouds.
3.  Use the Skis die set and die cut two mountains.  Attach the mountains over the cloudy sky.
4.  Use the CountryScapes Mountain die set and cut three slopes to be layered under the mountains.  Cut the trees off one, which will be used lower, where the penguin is sledding. 
5.  Use the Adventure Edges die set and die cut one edge, which is used in the center of the different snow banks.  
6.  Layer two of the snow banks with the pine trees right under the mountains.  Color the trees before adding.
7.  Layer the other snow banks on the lower section.
8.  Die cut the two penguins, color and die cut.  Attach the penguins with double sided dimensional tape, as shown
9.  Use the Winter Sentiments  stamp set and stamp the sentiment on the lower left corner.
10.  Use the Snowflake stamp from the Penguins stamp set and white emboss snowflakes on the upper portion of the card.

 You will be able to create many different very cute cards with is stamp set.  




Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Design Team Challenge - Halloween Card


The design team for Elizabeth Craft Designs was challenged to create a Halloween Themed card this month.  The team has created a variety of great Halloween cards for you and you can view them all on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog at this LINK.

As with all the Elizabeth Craft Design challenges, you are given a chance to win a prize.  Here are the details:

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For our Challenge today Elizabeth Craft Designs is 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 are some of your favorite products you choose when creating spooky scenes for Halloween?" 

Elizabeth Craft Designs will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing.

The winners will be announced on Friday, September 22nd, on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.

Good Luck!

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Now for the details on how I created by Halloween card:

Start with a 6-inch card.  

Use the orange polka dot design paper from the new ModaScrap Rio De Janeiro paper pack to create the background.  Use a Scoreboard to score around the edges, for a finished appearance.

Use the Ghosts die set and die cut the two ghosts.  For the overlay, use a piece of white card stock that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive attached.  You will be adding glitter to the adhesive.  Once die cut, add Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter to each of the ghost overlays.  Attached the glittered ghosts to the black backing.

Die cut the Garden Notes Carolina Window, using black card stock.  Adhere a piece of Amethyst Gemstone Shimmer Sheetz to the back of the window.  Attach the window in the upper center of the card.  

Die cut the Witch using the Haunted House Die set, using black card stock.  Die cut the Cat using White Soft Finish Cardstock and sponge with black ink.  The reason I didn't die cut the cat using black card stock, is that he didn't show up very well being a deep black.  When sponged with black ink, the cat is a gray/black color and shows up very well.

Use the Iron Fence die set and die cut two fences, using black card stock.  Fit the fence pieces across the bottom of the card.

Use the Adventure Edges die set to die cut two grass pieces, using black card stock.  

Use the Pumpkin die set to die cut two white pumpkins.  Sponge on yellow and orange ink.  Add the stems and black Halloween faces.  Attach the pumpkins on the low right side in front of the fence. Add dimensional tape behind the round pumpkin.   Attach the grass across the bottom of the card.  Attach the cat to the left side.

Use the Spooky Sentiments stamp set to stamp Happy Halloween.  Die cut with the die from the Labels 1 die set. Sponge orange and black ink around the edges of the Label.   Attach the sign below the window, with dimensional tape,  as shown.

Attach the two ghosts with dimensional tape over the window.   Glue the witch in the upper left corner to complete this cute Halloween card. 

This card is sure to make someone smile.

The links to the Elizabeth Craft Products used, are linked below. 




Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Autumn Window


Fall is a beautiful season.  I designed a card combining Susan's Garden Notes Square Window & Flower Box and Carolina Window and Shutters die sets.  It was fun creating a new type window using both these die sets.


Here is how the card was created:
  1.  Create a 6-inch square card.
  2. Use a sheet of the Through The Lens -Wood cardstock to cover the front of the card.
  3. Sponge around the edge of the card front using black ink.
  4. Use brown cardstock and die cut the window frames using the window dies in both the Square Window and Carolina Window die sets.
  5. Cover a piece of white cardstock large enough to fit behind both window frames.  Cover it with a piece of Clear Double Sided Adhesive.  Cut this cardstock to create a backing for both windows.
  6. Use a piece of gold/bronze foil to cover the adhesive covered cardstock. Attach the die cut window frames over the foil.
  7. Attach the Carolina Window Frame, centered, over the Square Window as shown in the above picture.
  8. Attach the window on the right side of the card.
  9. Use Susan's Chrysanthemum die set and assemble two burgundy flowers.
  10. Use Susan's Dahlia die set and die cut enough petals yellow petals for one flower.  Sponge the tips of the petals with orange ink.
  11. Use the ModaScrape Leafy Branch 4 die set and die cut three rust branches.  Use the Leaf Tool and pad to draw a vein down the center of each leaf.
  12. Add Prills to add berries to the Leafy Branches.  (It is time consuming but I picked out the dark red Prills in one of the Secret Garden jars.  You an use yellow or orange Prills instead.)
  13. Use the ModaScrap Pair of Leaves 1 die set and die cut three sets of leaves using Olive Twist cardstock.  Draw a vein down the center of each leaf using the Leaf Tool.  Use the dark red PanPastel to sponge a little color to the edges of the leaves.
  14. Use Susan's Garden Woodland Leaves die set to die cut two Oak Leaves.   Draw veins on leaves using the Leaf Tool.  Color the leaves using PanPastels.  Push the leaves down onto VersaMark Ink and clear emboss.
  15. Arrange flowers and leaves as shown in picture.
There are many different Garden Notes flower die sets you can use to embellish your window.

Elizabeth Craft Designs Products are linked below.



Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Susan's Garden Challenge - Home Decor


What a fun challenge Susan's Garden Design Team has this month.  We have been challenged to use Susan's products to create a Home Decor piece.  It is the perfect time to create a frame to celebrate the Fall Season!

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For our Challenge today Elizabeth Craft Designs is 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?

Elizabeth Craft Designs will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing.

The winners will be announced on Friday, September 15th, on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.

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Here is how the project was created:

The frame used was purchased from Ikea.  It is ten inches square and has a small mirror indented down in the center.

To decorate the little square, use a piece of watercolor paper and add Distress Oxide Inks to create the colorful background.  Splatter on black ink for the dots.  Cut the paper to fit inside the small square.  Add Black Peel Off Sticker Corners to each corner for a finished appearance.


Use Susan's Build a Scarecrow die set and create the scarecrow.  Use the CountryScapes Critters 1 die set and die cut the black crow.  Use a white opaque marker to add a white dot for the eye.  Attach the crow to the arm of the scarecrow.  Attach the square over the mirror, using strips of Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

Use Susan's Garden Notes Sunflower 2 die set and create five sunflowers.  Shape the flowers and leaves using the Flower Tool Kit.  Add a little Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter to some of the flower petals for a little sparkle.  After completing the flowers, you can add Prills over the die cut centers of each flower for a little additional dimension.


Use the Pumpkin die set and create three pumpkins.  I used two tall pumpkins and one short pumpkin.  Once you have the pumpkins and leaves colored, pat them down on a VersaMark Pad and clear emboss them for a shiny finish.

Use Susan's Garden Woodland Leaves die set and Garden Patch Mini Leaves die set to create leaves.  Shape the leaves using the Leaf Tool from Susan's Flower Tool Kit.  The leaves were colored using PanPastels.  Small black dots were added to some of the leaves.      All the leaves were patted onto a VersaMark Pad and clear embossed.

Use the A Way With Words - Amazing, Beautiful - and 4 Seasons die sets to die cut Beautiful Autumn.  Die cut using White Soft Finish Cardstock and sponge on PanPastel Fall colors.  If you die cut the sentiments with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on the back of the cardstock, it makes it very easy to attach the words to the frame.

Arrange all the die cuts as shown.  Creating your own home decor is very fun and you will be proud to hear - "Wow, You Made That!".   What fun ideas do you have for a  fun Autumn decorated frame?

The Elizabeth Craft Designs products used are linked below.





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