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Hi there, Connie Nichol here today with a layout I created for the Quietfire Design blog using one of their new Christmas stamps and a number of Elizabeth Craft Designs dies. Elizabeth Craft Designs has a number of dies in their ‘Way with Words” collection that were designed by Suzanne Cannon of Quietfire Design.  They make the most beautiful scrapbook page titles and they cut cardstock like butter. I cut a number of branches with the berry branch die to tuck under the stamped quote and then I dressed up the ‘berries’ with White Opal Liquid Pearls by Ranger.  Such an easy way to add some dimension.  A dot here, a dot there.  And a huge selection of colours to choose from.   Supplies Used:  Heartfelt Creations patterned paper, Quietfire Design stamps, Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Ink, Elizabeth Craft Designs flourish, berry branch and believe dies, Ranger Ink Liquid Pearls, Sizzix label dies…

Bring on the Christmas Cards! Today’s Christmas card is brought to you by Design Team member Connie Nichol – featuring Core’dinations ColorCore cardstock, Elizabeth Craft Design, Creative Memories and Tombow! SUPPLIES Core’dinations ColorCore cardstock, Elizabeth Craft Designs Shimmer Sheetz, embossing folder and poinsettia die, Clearsnap ink, Quietfire Design stamps, Creative Memories corner rounder and circle cutter, Tombow Xtreme Adhesives! Here is a closer look at the supplies Connie used…. Core’dinations ColorCore cardstock Neutrals Elizabeth Craft Designs Shimmer Sheetz, embossing folder and poinsettia die Creative Memories corner rounder and Custom Cutting System Tombow Xtreme Adhesive Connie based her card on our monthly sketchy challenge! We would like to see your take on this sketch – CLICK HERE Merry Card Making!

In light of all the world events that are happening – I have been truly enjoying our Thankful theme of cards over the past few months.  We all have so much to be thankful for. Todays card, Designed by Kerry Engel,  features products from the inkiest of companies – Clearsnap SUPPLIES: Canadian Scrapbooker Super Stock, Clearsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk ink, pigment ink and re-inkers, Quietfire Design and Magenta stamps, May Arts ribbon, Tombow pen and adhesives. Take a moment today – give someone a hug – tell someone thank you – send a smile to a stranger. Love and gratefulness is powerful. Happy Thursday!

Connie Nichol has designed another gorgeous Thank you card – as we continue our season of thanking our amazing sponsors! Today we are thanking – QUICK QUOTES! Thank you for all you do in the scrapbooking industry – we truly appreciate it! SUPPLIES: Quick Quotes patterned paper and ink, Quietfire Design stamp, May Arts ribbon, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. Have a wonderful Thursday everyone

Connie Nichol has been very busy on the Quietfire Design blog today! Check out Connie’s layout they featured on their blog today Supplies:   Stampin Up patterned paper, cardstock, Crystal effects and washi tape,  QuietFire Design stamps and digital cutting files,  Clearsnap ink, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. Happy Monday!

During October, Connie Nichol has been a guest designer over at the QuietFire Design blog.  Today she is sharing her second set of projects,  Halloween cards made using QuietFire Design stamps and digital cutting files.  Be sure to head over to the QuietFire Designs blog to see all the details and one more Halloween card.  The blog  is just FULL of gorgeous card ideas! To create these cards Connie also used Stampin Up Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper and the Sizzix Eclips2 Here is another spooky take! Supplies:   Stampin Up Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper and cardstock, May Arts ribbon, Creative Memories corner rounder, QuietFire Design stamps and digital cutting files, Sizzix Eclips2, Clearsnap ink. Have a wonderful day everyone!

Hi everybody, Connie Nichol here! Today I was as a guest designer on the Quietfire Design blog.   I have used and loved Quietfire Design stamps before, but this was the first chance I got to play with their digital design files and the new metal dies designed by Quietfire Designs and manufactured by Elizabeth Craft Designs.   They are just gorgeous. There are quite a few digital cutting files available at Quietfire Designs and they are easily downloaded and used by any electronic cutting machine that can accept svg files. Here is one of the three thank you cards I made with a cutting file and the Sizzix Eclips2 electronic die cutting machine – click HERE to  head over to the Quietfire Design blog to see my other cards and learn a little about how I made them.  I love the way they all turned out – quick and easy just using specialty…

In September, Kelly Klapstein has been Guest Designer over at the Quietfire Design blog.  On Friday she shared her second project, a gorgeous Thanksgiving card. SUPPLIES: Quietfire Design stamps and die; Core’dinations ColorCore Cardstock; FabScraps patterned paper; Clearsnap Ink; Brother ScanNCut; May Arts Ribbon twine. Kelly used a beautiful Quietfire Design stamp set called “To Give Thanks” along with a “Thanks” die.  Click HERE to visit the Quietfire Design blog to learn more about how this card was made. The 3D easel card base and pumpkin were designed using the Brother ScanNCut machine. Here is Kelly’s video tutorial on how she created these with the ScanNCut.

If you love stamping, then you probably love Quietfire Design products! These beautiful calligraphy stamps and hand-drawn images look gorgeous on cards, scrapbook layouts, and other paper crafts. Quietfire Design also offers a selection of wonderful dies in the calligraphy style. Today Kelly Klapstein’s Graduation layout is on the Quietfire Design blog featuring the stamp set “Butterfly Circles, May the Wings.” Click HERE to visit their blog now and learn more about this page design. Kelly used the FabScraps paper collection “Tranquility.” The circles, diecut element, and gold border were all cut using the Brother ScanNCut machine from Core’dinations  Adhesive glitter paper and Canson Watercolour paper. The ScanNCut can scan the stamped images and cut a shape around them. The Core’dinations glitter paper is 12″ x 24″ … and works beautifully with electronic cutting machines. This is the perfect glitter paper for home decor, papercrafting and a DIY party! The…

Featuring Aladine Izink Pigment inks distributed by Clearsnap and Quietfire Design stamps Hello, Connie here impatiently waiting for the snow to melt, the mud to dry and the garden to grow. This layout was totally inspired by my stash of fake flowers.  I was trying to declutter my basement and gathered up all the artificial flowers that I have collected over the years.  Most of these were purchased from Dollarama or from the clearance aisle at Michaels and Walmart stores, but have largely turned into dust collectors since I rarely use flowers on layouts these days. Before I passed these posies on to their next home, I thought I would do one more layout with them for old time’s sake.  I started with a piece of Canadian Scrapbooker Superstock and made my own really simple customized paper by adding a rainbow of colour with Izink inks.   The Izinks are manufactured by Aladine…