Thank you for visiting Elle Kay Creations!  You can find my finished cards on Etsy here, and you can also request handmade cards by contacting me here.

 

I make handmade cards that focus on animals, like cats and dogs because I am an animal lover. I started my creative journey with scrapbooking and have since moved onto creating handmade cards. I enjoy how each card can be so different and fun. My goal is for all of my cards to put a smile on someones face. On my blog you can follow along with some of the cards that I create.

 

Latest from the Blog

Make somebody’s tail wag today

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  Obviously I don’t have a tail, but I’m sure this card will make someone’s tail wag. Created using My Favorite Things ‘you make my tail wag’ stamp set, brick wall stencil, and grassy borders die cut. The grass was … Read More

Woof! Happy Birthday!!

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Here is a bright and fun card to celebrate either a dog lovers birthday, or a dogs birthday! I just love the bright background which is super easy to create, and recreate! The balloons are another favourite, because I use … Read More

Wooly Happy Greeting Card

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  Who would’t find this card adorable. I feel like I am always biased, I have to like my own work. I hope you do too! These stamps are from Neat and Tangled, and are so much fun to colour. … Read More

Dog People

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If you have a dog, then you know when you get home everyday they are so excited to see you! Nothing beats that feeling of love and excitement. This card was created using the My Favorite Things ‘you make my … Read More

Doggie in the Window

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  This dog card is using product mostly from My Favorite Things including the window frame die and the ‘You make my Tail Wag’ stamp set. I LOVE how cute the curtains turned out, and they were created from doilies … Read More

Legendary Loch Ness

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This is the cutest little set from Lawn Fawn called Lovable Legends. I created this card as a birthday card for a girl living in England, and this was as British as my supplies got. Plaid and Nessie it is! … Read More