Danke cards – Elizabeth Craft Designs

Hello there, lovelies!! I am very excited to be sharing my very first blog post (with a tutorial) as a design team member of Elizabeth Craft Designs today. I have prepared a set of cards with the „Danke“ die cut die from the A Way With Words collection by Susanne Cannon.

These are the various cards I created using the same sentiment/word die cut die:

Sanna LIppertDoesn´t the Silk Microfine Glitter look gorgeous on the background? Want to read more about it, then hop over to the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.

Sanna Lippert Sanna Lippert Sanna LippertI´ve also used lots of Elizabeth Craft Designs dies, Clear Double Sided Adhesive and Soft Finish Cardstock for creating these cards. Follow the direct links to the blog to see more ideas on how to use those products in various ways.

Sanna LippertI have used several die cut dies and other fabulous products from Elizabeth Craft Designs to create these cards – all used products are linked in the supplies list below AND there is a step-by-step photo TUTORIAL up over at the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog. Just follow THIS LINK to read all about the creating process!

I hope you will find these ideas inspiring and give them a try!
Happy creating,
xxx, Sanna

SUPPLIES:
Elizabeth Craft Designs
1033 Leafy Branch
1030 Bunch of Flowers 4
1157 Danke
1120 Stitched Rectangles
1116 Stitched Circles
1063 Fitted Frames 3 – Curvy Rectangles
Soft Finish Cardstock – 8,5×11″
Clear Double Sided Adhesive 101 mm
Clear Double Sided Adhesive 6 mm
Fire Opal – Silk Microfine Glitter

Other –
Distress Ink (Ranger Industries)
Big Shot die cutting machine – Sizzix
Washi tape
Paint brush
Black, white and green marker (Sakura, Signo, Micron)
Card bases
Twine (Whisker Graphics)
Rhinestones (ScrapBerry´s)
Spray ink (Tattered Angels by Canvas Corp Brands)

2 Gedanken zu “Danke cards – Elizabeth Craft Designs

  1. These look lovely – as always, you bring your unique Sanna style to the products you use. LOVE that last card, especially!!!

    • lol, thank you – you got me curious, what would that unique Sanna style be? 🙂