I made these to give to my family. Lots of fun to make - the Cricut MB and various web postings enabled me!
This is a classic! Package of hot cocoa, a candy cane (should be full size), some kisses, and a few mini marshamallows. (see below for link to print the label)
I found this on various web site - one to give credit to is ink, paper scissors (see below for web site) I made the reindeer using the coluzzle for the head, Martha Stewart punch for the antlers, google eyes, and Creative Memories punch for the nose. I raise it using a pop dot. (See saying below) - Verse credit - unknown - found it on the web with other "poop" sayings.
Twas the night before Christmas, I'm glued to the tree. I'm wondering what Santa brought just for me. Could it be cardstock or chipboard or lace? Or a Cricut, I said, with a smile on my face. And that's when I heard him, "Hi Santa, " I said "You know....good little girls should be in their beds." "I know I should Santa, and now I've got caught. But I was just so excited To see what you brought." "Well, let's take a look in this room where you work." He shook his head quickly, And left with a jerk. I heard him exclaim as he put it in gear. "You've got enough crap, I'll see you next year!"
I wanted to use a half circle in my layout - I've been on a square kick... I used the CB embossing folder "swiss dot", a snowmen punch from Michaels Craft store and the "Cheer" is from Stampin Up die cut strip for the Big Shot - I ran it through my Cuttlebug Machine.
Another try at white on white - I really like the effect. Cuttlebug folders used for the background and accents. I hand cut one of the snowflakes from the folder, punched it and hung it from the middle accent..SU die used to cut the word Joy in a plaid red cs. Hope you like!
I enjoyed making the pop-up spring-up cards in the previous post, I thought I would make these for Kristen and her friends (Lauren/Kristen/Jennie/Marie) that are also in college. (Hope to mail them today)
Directions are in the previous post. I used the Cuddle Bug embossing folders for the accents and some Martha Stewart ribbon on the orange/blue swirl cards. I struggled with putting a sentiment on the cover - as I thought it would have made it too crowded. Instead I wrote in the back.here is a close up of a couple of them.