Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Fabulous Fifty

Hello everyone! Sharing a card I made for a friend of mine for her 50th birthday. I used the Forever Young cricut cartridge. I love the brown and pink combination.

Challenges:

Die Cuttin Divas Challenge # 136 - Use Brown
Craftin' Desert Divas Craft It Up Link It Up - Use a Sentiment
 Cut It Up Challenge #29 - Think Pink






Materials:

Cartridge: Forever Young

Sentiments: Front - computer generated, Inside - will post when I find it, Back - Oriental Trading

Punch: EK Success flower punches

Miscellaneous: Sewing machine, Corner chomper, Pearls, $ ribbon from Michaels

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

School Bus Card

Hello everyone. My grandson starts first grade next week, so I made him this cute school bus card for the first day of school. I welded the school bus from the Cricut Lite Recess cartridge, then added his picture to the inside window of the school bus, along with some Peachy Keen face stamps. I think he is going to laugh when he sees this. Enjoy ☺

Challenges:
Scrappy Moms Terrific Tuesday - Back to School
Die Cuttin Divas Challenge 129 - Back to School
Creative Inspirations Paint - Inspired by Back to School Week
Craftin Desert Divas - Link It Up Party #13
2 Creative Chicks.com - Anything Goes for Kids Week






 
 
Materials Used:
 
Cartridge: Cricut Lite Recess
 
Stamps: My Pink Stamper (Lunch Box Thoughts), Peachy Keen Stamps (Simple Sally Assortment), Robotz Boyz (Oriental Trading), Handmade By (Oriental Trading)
 
Cardstock: Recollections and Index Cards for inside
 
Miscellaneous: Gel Pen, Glitter Pen, Studio G Inks
 
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Sunday, June 30, 2013

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Saturday, May 18, 2013

Teddy Bear Parade Winner!!

Hello everone! Thanks to all of you that follow me and left me such nice comments. I used random.org this morning to pick the winner the Teddy Bear Parade cartridge. 
  Lisa May 5, 2013 at 5:43 PM
Oh my gosh, this is so sweet!! That bear is adorable!! I've wanted this cart forever!! Thanks so much for the chance to win...I'm a long-time, happy follower!! I'll add it to my sidebar as well :)
Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Congratulations, Lisa. Please email your mailing address and I will get the cartridge out to you this week.

For those who didn't win, Joy from Obssessed with Scrapbooking is also giving away the Teddy Bear Parade cartridge. Here is the link: http://www.obsessedwithscrapbooking.com/2013/05/fun-rocket-man-card-plus-giveaway.html


Thanks again to all my followers ☺

Friday, May 3, 2013

Feeling Icky?

Giveaway: Click here for my Teddy Bear Parade Cartridge Giveaway .

Hello everyone! I made a get well card today to add to my card stash. I used the tissue box from SVGcuttingfiles.com and placed it on an action wobble. I love that little tissue box, it's so cute. I am entering this into the following challenges:


Front

Inside

Side View
 
video
 
Materials:
 
 
Spellbinder Die: Nestabilities Lacey Squares
 
Stamp: Crafty Sprouts (Feeling Icky)
 
Embossing: Cuttlebug (Devine Swirls)
 
Other: Googly Eyes, Corner Chomper, Recollections Bling 
 
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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Teddy Bear Parade Giveaway

Hello Everyone! For those of you who may not have seen my post from the other day, in honor of my guest designing at Die Cuttin' Divas, my upcoming birthday, and just because I love this cartridge, I'm giving away a Cricut Lite Teddy Bear Parade Cartridge. 

All you have to do to win is be a follower of my blog and leave a comment on my Guest Designer at Die Cuttin' Divas and Blog Candy! post from Tuesday, April 30. For an extra chance to win you can post a pic of my giveaway on your sidebar and just leave a second comment telling me you did.

Make sure you leave the comment on my Guest Designer at Die Cuttin' Divas and Blog Candy! post to win. Here's the prize and good luck!

 
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Guest Designer at Die Cuttin' Divas and Blog Candy!

Giveaway on this post: Teddy Bear Parade Cartridge!
 
 
Hello everyone!! Today, I am happy to say that I am a Guest Designer over at Die Cuttin' Divas. Thank you, Georgiana, for letting me guest design! This week the challenge at Die Cuttin' Divas is "Challenge #113 ~ Anything Goes". My niece’s birthday was last week so I chose to use her birthday card for my guest designer day. I used one of my favorite cartridges—Teddy Bear Parade (blog candy alert!). The teddy bear was cut using that cartridge. The card base, window and window frame were cut from Lacy Labels using my Gypsy. I added invisible thread to the teddy bear inside the window so she would spin around like she is dancing. Here is my project, I hope you like it.

I am also entering this into the following challenges:



 
video
 
So, in honor of my first Guest Designer post and because I love this cartridge, I will be giving away a Teddy Bear Parade Cricut Lite cartridge. I will use random.org to pick one lucky follower! I will announce the winner on Friday, May 17. That just happens to be my birthday ☺. 

In order to win, you must be a follower of my blog and be sure to leave me a comment letting me know you follow. You must live in the United States (can't ship international, sorry). For a second chance to win, put my giveaway picture on your sidebar and leave a second comment letting me know you did that. Pretty simple, right? Good luck!

 
Materials: 
 
Cartridges: Teddy Bear Lite, Lacy Labels
 
Card Stock: All from Target
 
Stamps: CardzTV (Beary Sweet), A Jillian Vance Design (On Broadway), Stampin' Up (Seal of Pawthenticity),  Peachy Keen Stamps (PK-754 Critter Faces SET A Medium)
 
Miscellaneous: Gypsy, Googly Eyes, Invisible Thread, Pearl Gems, Royal Jewels (Royal Castle Shop)
 
Be sure to head over to Die Cuttin' Divas and check out the great
design team projects and enter your "anything goes" project this week.
 
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Friday, April 19, 2013

Lay Off Of My Blue Suede Shoes

Hello everyone! Here is a birthday card I made for my sister. We both like Elvis (who doesn't?). My favorite memory of Elvis, is the younger version where he is on stage in that black leather outfit (♥), where my sister's is of the slightly older Elvis in white polyester. I found this cute Elvis bear (The King) at Paper Piecings by Nikki.com and thought it would be a perfect birthday card for her. Love it! I am going to enter it in the following challenges:



 
video
 

Materials:

Silhouette Cut: "The King" from Paper Piecings by Nikki.com

Cardstock: DCWV The Edumacation Stack (Glitter Star), all other from Target

Sentiments: Computer generated

Other: Star button (Walmart), Twine, Action Wobble, Glitter Pen

 
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Monday, April 8, 2013

Gardening Duck Card

Hello Everyone! This is my first project using the Silhouette Cameo. I bought it from HSN on craft day a couple weeks back. I love it. The card base and cute little gardening duck are both from the Silhouette store. I added some dew drop crystals to look like water pouring from watering can. That duck is just too cute!

Challenges:

 

 

Materials:

Silhouette Studio: Gardening duck by Sarah Bailey, Center Panel Step Card Pieces by Lori Whitlock

Punch: Martha Stewart Grass and Butterfly

Miscellaneous: Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Recollections Dew Drop Crystals and Mini Pearls, Gel Pen, Glitter Pen

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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Homemade Smash Book

Hello everyone! I made my first homemade smash book for my grandson last week. I am very happy with how it turned out and so was he. He said "Nana, wow you made this?!" and immediately started writing in it. Made me feel good :-) I already have 2 requests for smash books. I had alot of fun making this and I do see alot more of this type project in my future! LOL
 
I watched the video tutorials called Homemade Smash Book Series by Babytweetums on youtube. I love her tutorials, she is very detailed and explains everything perfectly. I pretty much followed exactly what she did in her tutorial. In the first video she gives a list of all the supplies you will need and links to printable pages. Here is her blog Schells Craft Corner. So Schell, if you ever read this, thanks so much for the videos!!
 
Challenges:
 
Cover (still have to add his name tag on the front)

Inside pouch pocket

Removable bookmark

Printed page, envelope, and picture frame

Envelope with note cards inside

Stamped writing note cards

Front side of note cards

Page

Page

Page

Page

Pocket page with tags and note cards inside

Pockets with tags and note card envelopes

Note cards and envelopes

Page

Pocket page and writing paper

Writing paper and quote page

Quote page and envelope

Graph writing page and picture page

Another pocket page

Pocket page and back cover with clear pocket for pictures and Smashpen holder
Materials:

Cartridges: Imagine Buccaneer and Imagine Notebook Doodles

Card stocks: Printed from Imagine cartridges and scrapbook papers from Digital Delights by Loubyloo

Stamps: My Pink Stamper (Tiny Sentiments), My Creative Time (Teeny Tag Greetings Stamp Set and Fun Tickets Stamp Set), and miscellaneous Studio G stamps

Die Cuts: My Creative Time (Just Simply Live Stamp and Stitched Fun Ticket Dies and 3x3 Fancy Envelope Die)

Miscellaneous: Cinch and wires, Elastic, Smashpen, Ziploc Baggie, Clear Pocket Protector, Sewing machine for zig-zag stitch on cover

Other: For complete supply list, please visit Babytweetums.

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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Easter Card 2013

Hi there. Here is an Easter card I made. I saw this comic awhile ago and thought it would make for a cute card. I love how it turned out (hehehe).

Challenges:


Front

Inside

Back

Materials:

Cartridge: Easter 2010

Cardstock: Recollections, Kraft, and Designer Paper Eggcellent

Stamps: My Creative Time - Color Me Happy (cloud and inside sentiment); Fiskars - Terrific Tags (back); Quote bubbles computer generated.

Punches: Marth Stewart Bow - Grass, Fench; Fiskars - Cloud; EK Success - Photo Captions

Other: Cuttlebug folder - Devine Swirls, Crop-A-Dile - Scallop, Fiskars Pinking Shear Scissors, Gel Pen, Glitter, Bling, Pom-Pom, Googly Eyes; Ink; Pop Dots

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