Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Tuesday Challenge #13

This weeks challenge on Made by Momo's blog was to use the colors green, orange and yellow along with some stitching.  People that know me, know that I do not sew, I don't even own a needle and thread, so thanks goodness for the white gel pen!!  I can stitch with that all day long :) .  I made this card using Give a hoot for the mallard - cut at 2 1/2 inches.  The brown square was embossed using Forest Branches cuttlebug folder.  The orange card base was bazzill, the rest of the card was using my scrap pieces.  I like how this card came out - I think it is a great masculine thank you card.  Hope you like it.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Creative Scraps Sunday Challenge

The challenge today for Creative Scraps Sunday Challenge was to create a Halloween/fall project using Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut cartridge and you had to include ribbon.  This challenge was a struggle for me, because I really do not like Halloween - love fall, but not a fan of Halloween.  But there are so many cute
characters on Paper Doll Dress Up I thought I could do something cute.  I used ribbon on Vampira's staff. The iron gate came from Straight from the nest, cut at 4 1/2 inches "fit to length" on my expression.  Everything else was with the Paper Doll Dress Up.
I hope you like it.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Throwback Thursday Challenge - Challenge #98

This weeks challenge on My Creative Time blog is to create a card without using your cricut or any other
machine.  I pulled out my Scrap Pad to Go from K&Company for  the paper and cut outs.  "Happy Birthday" is from Stampin Up!  "Well Scripted" stamp set.   I made the dragon fly myself with a very thin wire.  I love making them - they are so delicate looking.  Hope you like it!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

My Pink Stampers 5 Million Celebration!

My Pink Stamper had 5 million visitors to her blog and she decided to hold a day full of fun, giveaways and challenges.  One of the challenges was to create a card with a bird on it.  I decided to make this easel card cut at 4 1/2 x 12, scored at 3" and at 6".  I cut the chicken and egg at 4 inches using the Create a Critter Cricut cartridge.  The nest and eggs were cut at 3 inches using Straight from the Nest.  I hope you like it - I think it is super cute!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Tea-light Card

        Today I am thinking of Christmas and the craft fair I have coming up in November.  I found a template for this tea light card from and I fell in love with it.  It took a few tries to convert cm into inches but I got it to work.  I used craft cardstock and cut it 6 x 12 then you score at 3/8", 1 1/4",  2 3/4", 3 5/8" then you turn your cardstock around and score at 3 1/2 inches.  To make the opening so you can see the tealights I left and inch on top and bottom and cut in 1/4" on each side. (this will be the 2 3/4 portion of the card, which forms the top of the tea light holder).  I tied a ribbon around the tealights so they will not slide out.  I used some ribbon I bought from AC Moore, but was thinking since I was doing a vintage card, I could have used stips of material to make it feel more "old world".  I hope you like it, I think I will be making more to hand out to my co-workers for my Christmas cards - they will get a card and a gift all in one.  Love that it!!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Made by Momo's Tues. Challenge #12

This week Made by Momo has a challenge to make a "just because" card and mail it out to someone.  I decided to make this cute little chicken in a nest.  I cut everything from create a critter cricut cartridge.  The shell and chick were cut at 3 1/2 and the nest was cut at 2 inches.  "Thinking of you" stamp came from K&Company.  This is my first entry into a challenge, I hope you like it. 

Digi Scrap card

Here is another card made from the Digi Scrap kit.  Again the craft cardstock is 4 1/4 x 11 and scored at
5 1/2 inches.  I drew some stitching around the card and kept it very simple.

Digi Scrap card #2

Here is a card that I made with the Digi Scrap kits.  The card is cut at 4 1/4 x 11 and scored at 5 1/2.    I used the snowflake cuttlebug embossing folder as the background and just matted it with some blue cardstock and mounted everything on craft cardstock (my favorite).

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Digi Scraps

I am so excited. I have found this awesome website called digi scraps. If you like high resolution country clip art that is just adorable, check them out. I will be making a few cards with the clip art that I purchased and will be posting them in the next few days. The prices are SO reasonable too. If you want to check them out, just click on the Digi Scrap button on the right side of my page and it will take you to their website.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Here is a fall card I created with Create a Critter. The pumpkins were cut out at 3 ", 2 1/2 inches and the small one was at 2 inches. The little spider was cut at 2 inches and it was from Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge. I used Martha Stewart's leaf punch on the corners.

Here is my first attempt at Christmas cards for this year. I found this Santa I had printed years ago. I can't remember where I got the image from, but thought I would try it on a card. I LOVE it!! I wish I had more of him to make some more cards.

Happy Sunday everyone!

It sure has been a busy one for me so far. With the cooler weather, I get into the cooking mode, love to make the house smell good with homemade goodies. Right now I have homemade bread rising and a roast in the oven - YUM.

Wanted to share with you a few cards I have made since my last posting. I am currently working on some Christmas cards. I found some beautiful Old world Santa's on my computer I have totally forgotten about. I will post them soon.

Thank you for visiting me - hope you come back soon.

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