Hello and happy weekend, friends! Today's project combines some of my favorite things . . . watercolor, flowers, and pretty vibrant pinks! I hope you'll join me today in the CLASSroom to find out all the details on how to create this watercolored die cut card!
Happy Saturday, crafty friends! I finally sorted through enough moving boxes to find a few supplies to make a card! I hope you'll join me today over in Ellen Hutson's the CLASSroom to find out all the details about this card. It uses products from Taylored Expressions and Essentials by Ellen, which happens to be the current Mix It Up Challenge. If you have some of those items and join along in the challenge, you could have the opportunity to win a $50 gift certificate to the Ellen Hutson LLC store. So get your craft on this weekend, people! :)
There's nothing like the need for a specific card for a little motivation! My youngest daughter's choir teacher for the past two years and his wife just had their first baby (a girl!), so we wanted to give them a little something special. I've had my eye on Tim Holtz's blueprint series of stamps for quite some time, and this mini set of four baby stamps was just perfect for today's card! To find out how it came together, I hope you will join me today over in Ellen Hutson's the CLASSroom!
Today I have a fun partial die cut border technique to share with you, using Essentials by Ellen stamps and dies. I hope you will join me over in the CLASSroom to find out how to make this unique, fun card!
Happy March, crafters! Today I'm sharing a happy Easter bouquet window card made with Essentials by Ellen Diagonal Window (brilliant idea!) die and gorgeous Wild Garden and Bold Blossom dies over in Ellen Hutson's the CLASSroom. I hope you'll join me there for all the details of this fun card!
Today over in Ellen Hutson's the CLASSroom I'm sharing a sneak peek of a new upcoming Essentials by Ellen stamp and die release ... I hope you'll join me there for all details of this sweet bear card! And we hope you will join us next Tues, Feb. 9 for the release blog hop we have scheduled for you!
Happy Friday, everyone! Today I am over in the CLASSroom, showing you how to make this sweet tri-fold Valentine card from a Happy Birthday die, stretching the versatility of your dies . . . I hope you'll join me there for all the details!
I adore dies ... they make any papercrafting project a quick and easy process! I hope you'll join me today over in Ellen Hutson's the CLASSroom for my first project of 2016 -- this sweet Valentine made entirely from die cuts, using some great tips!
It's that time again ... my favorite post and project of the year! Today over in Ellen Hutson's the CLASSroom I'm sharing this holiday tag I made for my chosen theme of The Night Before Christmas for our 12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist!
The twist this year is that you get to see inspiration from a guest designer as well, and joining me today is the incredibly talented Jean Manis! Please be sure to head over to our post on the CLASSroom and leave a comment there for your chance to win a $25 gift certificate to EllenHustonLLC.com! AND if you try your hand at making your own tag with any of the 12 chosen themes, link it up by Dec 16 and you'll be entered to win a $250 shopping spree! (Full details can be found here). Be sure to head over to the CLASSroom to get the full details on how I created my tag AND to see Jean's beautiful version!
Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away ... are you ready? Maybe this little guy will help:
He is a generously-sized 7-3/4" tall x 7-1/4" felt hot pad or coaster for your holiday table! You can get the full tutorial on how to make him today over in Ellen Hutson's the CLASSroom. I hope to see you there!
Are you getting ready for "the most wonderful time of the year"? This quick and easy watercolor background will have you ready in no time! I hope you will join me today over in the CLASSroom for all the details on how to create this card using Tim Holtz Distress Inks and more of the newest Essentials by Ellen Holiday 2 Release stamp sets created by Julie!