Posts tagged ECD

My second art Journal page

Hi fellow crafters, welcome to my blog. In this blog i am workin gon my second art journal page. I am joining in on the monthly challenge from Journal With Us. For februari the challenge is to use texture paste. now for me that is not a challenge, i LOVE texture paste. I decided last month to add a second challenge for myself and that is to use a monthly color scheme. picture can be found below. If you want to see how I made this spread for my art… Read More

My first ever Art Journal!

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome! Today I am going to work on my first ever art journal page using the dies and album from Elizabeth Craft Designs. This was fun! I will defiantly do more with this and complete the month challenges from the Journal with us Facebook group. The prompt for this month was Corrugated Card stock but I took it one step further. While thinking about this project I went on line and looked for “January colors” and found this picture: These are color combinations for each… Read More

Last blog of the year: Two more pages in my December day by day!

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome. In todays blog I am keeping it short and sharp. it is the last blog of this year as I am taking a week of, but I will be back in January 2022 with some exiting news! stay tuned for that. Today I made to more pages for my December day by day journal. For this I used all Elizabeth Craft Design Planner Essential dies. as I did before. at the end of this blog you will find the complete list of what I… 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

Shine, sparkle, classic Christmas, this card has it all!

hello my fellow crafters and welcome to Inspiration for cards! This time I am. again, working with the Elizabeth Craft Design Classic Christmas set. This set is so versatile that you can keep making cards with it and they are all different. This time I am using a glossy texture paste to create the shiny background. I spread this over a stencil I made out of yup using the background die from the set. It really brought out the colors that I used. The Tim Holtz mica stain sprays are… Read More

Classy silver and white Christmas card

Hello my fellow crafters! Welcome to my blog. Sometimes the simplest cards are the nicest. This one was not the simplest to make but the clean look of this silver and whit card is so classy! And was fun to make. And this set from Elizabeth Craft Design makes it so easy to come with new ideas, I love it. this set is extremely versatile and can make you a big variation of different cards without being to complicated. If you want to know more hop over to my YouTube… Read More

Had fun playing with Alcohol ink making 6 Christmas cards

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. I had to much fun playing around with alcohol inks and making these backgrounds. Alcohol ink is such a forgiving medium to work with. The end results are just stunning! I love the soft movement and depth that is in there. and in the end these were made in just a couple of minutes. I turned these in to cards using just 1 big and beautiful sentiment from Elizabeth Craft Design resulting in these stunning Christmas cards! Please hop over to… Read More

Shiny and sparkling, non traditional Christmas card

Hello my fellow crafters, welcome to today’s blog. Today is day two of our Holiday card series and I am in love with this card. I used the Elizabeth Craft Design Classic Christmas Special Kit (now that’s a mouth full ;)) to make this and I absolutely adore this set. It is so versatile, and it allows you to make all the Christmas cards you need. From the different dies to the sentiment stamps. It is all there! To create the background with nontraditional colors I used some of the… Read More