Sunday, July 13, 2014

Barrow of Birthday Wishes


Hi everyone,

Today I am sharing another card I created using some of the new Elizabeth Craft Designs dies which are being released this month. They should be hitting your stores any day now, if they haven’t already Smile.

I am loving the new dies and especially love the new Stand Up Helper Word dies which can be used in so many different ways.


For my card today I have created a scene using Karen Burniston’s new Outdoor Edges Die set (the rolling hills in the background). I have then added the Wheelbarrow  which also comes with the bucket and the tools. Inside my wheelbarrow, I have added flowers from the Bunch of Flowers 1 Die set and Pink Velvet Adhesive Sheet. The leaves are from the Curvy Leaves Die Set and cut from Green Iridescent Shimmer Sheetz

I needed a sun which Elizabeth Craft Designs doesn’t have as yet so to create my sun I used one of the flowers from the Flowers #2 Die set die cutting two of the same flower and layering together and then adding a circle from Karen Burniston’s Ring Accordion Die Set.

The Branch on the top right hand side is the Berry Branch with Pink Glitter Dots added for the berries/flowers.

To create the Stand Up Portion, I used the Happy Birthday Stand Up Helper Die and die cut it directly into the blue card and then again using black card. I cut out the one in black and layered it over the blue one on the card base.



Here is my card again, this time when it is closed ready to be placed in an envelope.

Paper: Blue; Black;  Yellow; Kala Hari Dreams DP – Wild Rose Studio; Garden DP – Rosie’s Studio
Dies: Outdoor Edges; Ring Accordion – designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs; Berry Branch; Flower Set 2; Wheelbarrow; Happy Birthday Stand Up Helper; Bunch of Flowers 1; Curvy Leaves – Elizabeth Craft Designs
Other Elizabeth Craft Designs Products: Pink Velvet Adhesive Sheet; Green Iridescent Shimmer Sheetz; Pink Glitter Dots.




Karen Aicken said...

Such a nice card … I love the little scene you created for your wheelbarrow. Those little tools are SO cute.

Joanne (jojot) said...

such a sweet scene