Introducing Sue Smyth | Design Team 2014

Sue Smyth started her artistic journey, at a young age drawing and sculpting, and continued later at Art College, formally training in Visual Communications, and design.
Once she stopped work to raise children, the next journey into paper craft begun. Sue has been teaching for well over 15 years first in cardmaking and then Scrapbooking, in many local stores, including TAFE, and Paper Trenz.
She has been published many times and was the winner in the Scrapbooking teachers section of the Queensland Royal National show 3 years in a row.
Sue has been on many design teams, including Spellbinders in the past and now Imaginarium, Meg’s Garden and Couture Creations.
Sue has also taught at one of Australia’s largest wholesalers, teaching master classes to store owners and other teachers in the industry.
Her role of Editor of Australian Scrapbook Ideas Magazine, brings her into contact with leading companies and designers in the industry across the world.
Sue’s style is a busy feast for the eyes, with lots of embellishment and texture, with a shabby chic look, and mixed media vibe. Please take the time to visit Sue's Blog

onto Sue's project

Easter Greetings

We may not make many Easter cards here in Australia
but I cannot resist a sweet Peter Rabbit card for 
someone special 

Cut Fancy Frame die from pale purple cardstock, cover 
in Dimensional Magic and sprinkle with glitter, allow to dry and 
adhere to a 14 x 14 cm card.

Cut a Scalloped Circle and plain circle from white cardstock
Paint the plain circle with water colours to create a background.
Adhere to card front with 3 D foam tape 
and wrap blue fibres around them as pictured.
Stamp Peter Rabbit or Easter image, colour and fussy cut
Adhere to front of card.

Cut Chandeliers lace die from white cardstock and adhere a trimmed 
piece to card, use Couture Creations pointy tool to adhere pearls to lace.

Cut a thin strip from Damask Delight paper pack and 
adhere above lace trim.

Add a dot of Glitz and Glamour to each corner of the card
and finish with a bow and resin flower

Couture Creations Materials 

Happy Crafting 

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