Flowers in Frame

Hello everyone,

It’s been a while since my last blog post but I have been a little busy lately. On May 17th our beautiful baby Annika was born! Yep, suddenly I am a mom and life is a lot different. Annika is such a sweet baby and gives us a lot of love. We are very proud parents! Between the feeding, diaper changes and all the rest that being a mom involves I managed to create a card today. The weather here in Banff has been so nice lately so I wanted to create a card with lots of flowers and colors for summer. I used the Flowers in Frame Peel-Offs, Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter and the Katie Flourish Frame Edges. A simple card but fun to create!

Flower Rectangle

Coloring Peel-Offs

The technique that I used for coloring the Peel-Offs is the technique that I use a lot here on my blog. I colored on top of the Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter. I like to use Copic markers but any other alcohol marker with a softer tip will work. If you’re new to this technique, watch this video by Els HERE.

Card base

For the card base I used an aqua colored cardstock that I cut 5.5″ x 8.5″, scored at 4.25″ and folded in half. I then cute 2 sets of the Katie Flourish Frame Edges from green cardstock backed with double-sided adhesive. I started with adhering one long edge and then worked my way around the outside frame of the card front. I cut a small piece of pink cardstock for my sentiment and adhered this to the right top corner using foam adhesive.

It was nice to be back in my craft room and be creative. I hope you find some time to be creative too!

Have a nice day!



Elizabeth Craft Designs
2534 Flowers in Frame 2 Peel-Offs in black
977 Katie Flourish Frame Edges
503 Double Sided Tape Sheet
506 Transparent Double Sided Tape 6mm
641 Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter
802 Fine Pointed Scissors

Other products
Aqua colored cardstock
Green cardstock
Pink cardstock
Die cutting machine
Copic markers (or other alcohol markers)
Foam Adhesive


Here is a picture of our little bundle of joy! A special thank you for Susan Tierney-Cockburn who created this beautiful quilt and for my mom for the cute outfit and picture 🙂