Posts in Winter

Stunning vintage gift tags

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome. In todays blog I am making these stunning vintage gift tags. I cut the tags out using an Elizabeth Craft Design Planner Essentials die and started of by applying the collage paper. I covered the whole tag with the Distress collage medium, sticked the paper and the dolls on and covered it up with medium again. Than using different colors of Distress crayons I created this background. The poinsettia is made with a set designed by Tim Holtz for Sizzix and is stunning! I… Read More

Whimsical winter scene using ECD winter scenery

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. Today I had a lot of fun using the Elizabeth Craft Design Winter scenery die set designed by Joset van der Burgt. I used water color paint to color the wolf and reindeer and I love how they came out. they almost look like real fur. I combined the winter scenery with the dotted background die and this is a perfect combination. to create the background I used two different oxide sprays and a mica stain. In between layers I dried… Read More

Emboss resist snowflake Christmas card two ways!

hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. For today’s blog I am working with a lot of Tim Holtz product. I started off by stamping the snowflakes with clear embossing ink and then embossed them with a holographic embossing powder. Once this is melted it is a plastic layer that will resist the ink you put over it. it is such a fun technique and it gives stunning results every single time. To finish it off I made snowflakes with an embossing folder (Impresslits) that cuts them out… Read More

December day by day: a beginners step by step walk through!

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. in todays project I am working on my December day by day journal. Now as a beginner in this craft this can be quite intimidation so I developed a way for myself to make it work. Instead of staring at blanc pages for hours (witch I did lol) I now just go for it. The beautiful dies and stamps from Elizabeth Craft Design make things easy though. They come with a lot of inspirational images on the back of the packaging… Read More

Surprisingly quick and easy card using Planner Dies

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to inspiration for cards. Last week I shared my introduction to Planner Essentials and how I fell in love with it. Working with the stunning Elizabeth Craft Design Planner Essentials Mason Jar set inspired me to make this card. I took some elements of this set and turned them in to a beautiful winter scene. I love this collection even more now… it is so versatile and you can use the loose elements for anything. no matter if that is art journalling, planner or… Read More

Planner essentials Mason jar special

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to Inspiration for cards. I discovered a new addiction and that is making planner pages. Paper crafting is so much more than just making cards and I always knew that. However I never did anything other than making cards. When I was contacted by Esther Glas, the designer behind the Planner Essentials collection at Elizabeth Craft Design i was intrigued. She send me some of the Planner essentials sets and I started playing. I LOVE IT. by the time I am writing this I… Read More

Stunning Vintage Santa Christmas card

Hello my fellow crafters, welcome to my blog. Today I am sharing the next card in my 2021 Holiday series. In this blog I am really putting the Tim Holtz 2021 Christmas release to the test! And I absolutely LOVE how this vintage Santa card came out. I don’t want to send it out! (But I will…) The vintage feel in this card really brings you back in time. And these stamps from Stampers Anonymous make it so easy to do it. (I am not sponsored…just an enthusiast). For this card… Read More