Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Halloween challenge at the ECD blog.

Hello !!!

Halloween season has begun and the crafting world is full of spooky cards and projects.
Elizabeth Crafts Design has recently revealed a whole new range of Halloween stamps and dies and they are just perfect for the Spooktecular season.
You can check them out here

There is a new challenge at the ECD blog.
With Halloween just over a month away our challenge this month is …. Spooktacular Creations – Create a card or project with a Halloween theme. If you haven’t already seen them Elizabeth Craft Designs released a number of fun Halloween themed clear stamps sets with coordinating dies and also die sets last month.
For our Challenge today we 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 this blog post below and answer this question: What are some of your favorite products you choose when creating spooky scenes for Halloween? We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing. The winners will be announced on Friday, September 22nd,  on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog. 

Here is my card for the above challenge.

Elizabeth Craft designs products

Haunted House Set
Spooky Sentiments
Halloween Scenery

Have fun crafting!!

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Beary Fun Retreat by Heartfelt Creations

Hello Friends !!!!!

Heartfelt creations has revealed an amazing fun collection -Beary Fun Retreat.





BEARY FUN AUTUMN SCENE

Heartfelt Creations Products used

HCD1-7151 Beary Fun Retreat Die 
HCD1-7153 Sunflower Accents Die
HCPC-3797 Beary Fun Retreat Stamp Set
HCPC-3798 Happy Time Treehouse Stamp Set
HCPC-3799 Sunflower Accents Stamp Set
HCDP1-282 Beary Fun Retreat Paper Collection
HCBC1-456-3 Card Shadow Box Set-Kraft
HCD1-734 Sun Kissed Fleur Die
HCPC-3533 Sun Kissed Fleur Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-7110 Classic Rose Die
HCPC-3752 Classic Rose Cling Stamp Set
HCST1-401Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
HCDA2-450 Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30
D120601 Darice Adhesive Foam Strips
ANC845 Power Outage Prills
159951 Designer Dries White Adhesive 

Other products- black card stock, Archival inks- Saffrn , sun flower, Leaf Green Library Green, Jet black, Distress inks-Rusty hinge, brushed corduroy, peeled paint, wire pollens.

Instructions

Score and fold the 6" x 6" shadow box and adhere together using glue. Cut a black card stock 7" x 5" for card base. Cut another piece a little bigger than the shadow box. Cut designer paper from the paper pad and adhere to the second piece.

Adhere a designer paper a little smaller than the card base and attach the black card panel on the top left a little off centre.
Adhere the shadow box as shown. Adhere designer paper to the shadow box according to its width and height. Cut a 6 6 mat layer from the paper pad and adhere to the inside of the shadow box.

Stamp  sun flower images with black ink and colour with a mix of saffron and sunflower inks using sponge daubers. Cut with coordinating die. Mold the flowers on the flower shaping tool kit and layer them together. Add glue in the centre and add the black prills.

Stamp the sunflower accents, bears and leaves from the stamp sets. Cut with coordinating die. Colour the leaves with a mix of archival inks and distress inks and give them a little shape on the tool kit. Colour the bears with distress inks.
Make mini flowers from the classic rose stamp and die set. Insert a wire pollen in each flowers.
Fussy cut many sun flower and bear images from the paper pad. 
Create a scene by adhere the the flowers, bears and leaves as shown, popping them up with foam tapes. 
Stamp a sentiment and distress it with brushed corduroy distress ink . Adhere to the card front. 

Do visit www.crafterscorner.in and the heartfelt creations store for all products.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

FLORAL FRAME WITH SUSAN'S GARDEN NOTES

Hello

It's a new Challenge at the ECD blog using Susan's Floral dies. A whole new range has been released just a few weeks back and you can check them here.

For the September challenge-its all about home decor items.


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.


For the challenge today, here is my Home Decor photo frame.




Elizabeth Craft Designs Products Used


Other Products
Modelling paste, White chalk paint, pink distress stain, green distress stain, wooden photo frame

Do stop by the ECD blog for more inspirations.





Sunday, September 10, 2017

Amazing Paper Grace-Birthday Card with Graceful Borders

Hello !!!

This month has loads in store for me... starting from new surprises to sudden accidents. I have jolted and surprised having a rough time.
But one thing that calms me is crafting. Card making is such a solace when I am feeling low. Amazing paper grace has the most beautiful dies that takes card making to the next level.

Here is my card with Graceful Borders.

Amazing Paper Grace Dies Used


Do stop by the Amazing Paper Grace blog for wonderful inspirations.
Thanks for sopping by.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Susan's garden Note card holder



      




This is Anita here . Cards are such beautiful things to light up a dull moment. We all give and receive cards all the time. So keeping that in mind, I have a note card stand made with Elizabeth Craft Design dies made with Susan's Flowers. This can be displayed and has a beautiful sentiment to inspire you.    

   



  1. Cut two pieces of Gate fold Elegant Roses die . Fold and score the flaps and using the double sided tape adhere the two pieces back to back to make the base.
  2.  Cut a card base using the dotted scallop rectangle die and adhere a matching pattern paper to it using double sided tape. Cut a small die cut rectangle and stamp the sentiment. Cut a smaller frame and adhere to the sentiment in a way shown away.
  3.  Adhere this on the card base.
  4. Cut die cuts from Susan's  lily flower die. Color with Pan Pastels and shape and mold the flowers and leaves . Attach them on to the base and top of the card.
  5. Insert the card in the Elegant roses base and to make it stand, use the back of the card for support.
Elizabeth Craft Designs Dies used Garden Notes Lily 2 Happiness Comes from within red rubber stamp Dotted Scallop Rectangles Kids Choice Glue Susan's Garden Tool set Molding pad Pan Pastel Flower Kit no. 3 Pan Pastel Flower Kit no. 1 Do leave your comments and feedback. For more dies and other products hop to the ECD store.  

Holiday card with Xyron

Hello Crafty people

Christmas is just a few months away and preparations are already in full swing. One major work during the festive season is card making. We need to make a large number of cards and if the process is prolonged and messy then, the fun process becomes very tedious.
Here Xyron comes to help making the task very easy, fun and mess free.

Here I have a holiday shaker card made with Xyron adhesives.





Instructions

Cut a card base 5.5 "x 4.24". 
Using a rectangle die, cut a frame from glitter paper and another frame from white foam sheet.
Pass the foam sheet and the glitter frame through the 5"creative station.
Turn the foam sheet over and pass it through the machine one more time so that there is adhesive on both sides of the foam frame .
Cut a transparent sheet to the size of the frame.
Stamp images of snow trees and colour. Add a sentiment.
Remove the backing paper from the foam frame and adhere to the card base. 
Add sequins and lay down the transparent sheet to cover. 
Using the tape runner, add adhesive on the transparent border.
Adhere the glitter frame. 
Cut die cuts from banner dies and pass them through one inch sticker maker.
Remove the backing paper and apply glitter.
Adhere the banners on top of the card.

Xyron products used.

Do stop by the Xyron FB page for more information and details.


Thursday, August 31, 2017

Altered Candy Box with Xyron




Hello !!!
I am back again with my second post for Xyron. Today I have an altered box for candies and with Xyron this became super easy to make.

Here is the round chocolate tin box that was lying in my stash for a long time. I used Xyron adhesives and DCWV papers to alter into a candy box that could be re used.








To make this box, follow these instructions.

1. Take a round tin box and measure the height of the box. Cut a long pattern paper strip of the same height and with the Xyron mega tape runner , adhere to the sides of the box.
2. Keep on the box on another paper and draw a circle around it. Cut this in two pieces. One circle will be a little smaller and for the inside of the box.
3. Adhere the two circles inside and outside the base of the box with Xyron mega tape runner.
4. Measure the height inside the box and cut a long strip of this height. Adhere with Xyron Mega tape runner inside the box.

To make the lid,

1. Draw a circle around the lid on the pattern paper and cut two circle. One for the top and one for the inside of the lid. Adhere inside with Xyron tape runner.
2. Pass a 1/4 inch ribbon through the sticker maker and attach on the rim of the lid.
 Cut another piece of white dotted green ribbon and pass through the sticker maker . Adhere on the top of the lid as shown.
3. Stamp out labels and attach to the top to finish the box.

Xyron Products used.

Tape Runner
Mega Tape Runner
1.5 inch sticker machine

Do stop by the Xyron FB page for more information and details.