Posts tagged handmadewithlove

Planner Essentials 41 but with a twist: making week 5

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome. Once a month I make a blog for Elizabeth Craft Designs. This is the blog I made for Februari. One of the things I love about the dies from the Planner Essentials collection is the versatility of them. I was thinking about what to do for week 5 and then it hit me. I decided to use the Planner Essentials 41 Rounded Corners Page but to use it in a different way: Make pockets out of it. And I am happy to see it… Read More

Mixed Media February dashboard

Hello my fellow crafters, welcome to my blog. Today I am working in my 2022 planner again. In the Facebook group ECD planners & journaling we have monthly challenge. The challenge for this month was numbers. Just that. and yes, there are a lot of different dies we can use but it got my creative juices flowing. SO… I made a stencil out of yupo and created my own, unique back ground. I created the background by using crackle paste on the paper, toping that with embossing powder and let… Read More

Very cool Retro Bus turned in to a Card!

Hello my fellow crafters, welcome to my blog. Today I have a fun little project for you. if you have visited my blog before you know that I am a fan of the new Retro Bus Special kit from Elizabeth Craft Designs. I had this idea in my head to turn it in to a card and I love how this turned out. This set is intended to make planner pages or smaler booklets but, as it turns out, can also be used for a card! If you want to… Read More

Playing with the NEW pocket pages

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. Today I am playing with the brand new Planner Essentials Pocket pages by Elizabeth Craft Designs. Full disclosure, when I received these I had my doubts about these. I thought, what’s the fun in just sliding photo’s in. How wrong could I be! I made 4 different pages today and show how you can combine it with different dies from the Planner Essentials collection. I am however also using roses from the Beautiful Blooms collection. So have a look in your… 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

Beautiful blossem card

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. Today i am playing with the Elizabeth Craft Designs Beautiful Blooms Blossom. below you can find a step by step of how i made this card. I used a lot of different media to make this. At the end of this blog you can find a full list of products that i used. The next step is to choose a sentiment. Once cut out i colored it with the same colors as the flowers. Than i glued it on a mat… Read More

Stunning stained glass effect using shimmer powders

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. For today’s project I finally made a card again! I have been so busy with my ambassador ship for Elizabeth Craft Design Planner Essentials that this got pushed back a bit. But today was time for a card. And oh wow how I love this card. It was my first time ever playing with the Nuvo Shimmer powders and they are stunning. It is like magic happening on paper. Now when yo start it doesn’t look like much but once you… Read More

Retro bus mini booklet!

My name is Devid, and I am honored to be a new Band Ambassador for the Planner Essentials collection. It is a great collection, and I am completely hooked. This is my first ever blogpost here for Elizabeth Craft Designs and I am super excited! In this blog I am working with the fantastic new Retro Bus Special, in this case I am making a mini book.  Step 1: Die cut all the pieces you need out of the cardstock.  Step 2: I used cardstock with a colored core. Using… Read More