Monday, March 29, 2010
At Bitten By The Bug2 blog you were to use the purse cut on the Paisley cart - I do not have but they were gracious enough to let us use any. So I used the bag/purse cut on Plantin Schoolbook cut at 6"
The butterfly is a Sizzix Embosslit from SU which I used a clear covering on to make it shiny
The flowers is a punch
Sunday, March 28, 2010
I made these for my kids and husband for Easter. They are filled all sorts of chocolates.
At Allsorts - we had to alter something, these boxes are sturdy and are great gift boxes too so I covered a macaroni and cheese box and added this adorable free digi from 2 Cute Rubber Stamps
I used Liquid Embossing clear gloss finish on the lollipops, you may have to click on the picture to see the gloss.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
I was flipping through the latest Stamp IT! magazine and saw a monochromatic card.
I created one similar but used my Cuttlebug birds and swirls folder, two Stampin' Up punches and a script stamp.
Ink used use purely pomegranate by Stampin' Up
Ribbon on tag by Offray
Entering this in the Quixotic Challenges mono challenge
Friday, March 26, 2010
I love this layout from Get Sketchy that I used for the BBtB2 birthday cake challenge
The cake is cut at 3 1/2" from Designer's Calendar Cricut cartridge as well as the corner sentiment at 1 1/2".
The star is punched from a large Marvy punch, the circle frame is cut using my Coluzzle
Created this card to send this weekend for the upcoming Easter Holiday buy cutting the little girl from A Child's Year Cricut cartridge. Sentiment from Stampendous and flowers by Prima. I cut the circle with my Coluzzle.
Used the layout from Lili of the Valley and Paper Cutz challenge was no bunnies.
Used a Child's Year for the children skating, cut the aperture with my Coluzzle and they nestled inside.
I embossed the Martha Stewart snowflakes and the frame using my Cuttlebug embossing folder.
The JOY stamp is from Stampin' Up as well as the punched mat. All mounted on foam squares.
Followed the sketch at Polka Doodles and the theme from CSAYL and card type - aperture at
I created this card for my sister's friend. She has a daughter battling a medical issue and she loves Fairy's and pink!
I'll be entering this in quite a few challenges
Colour Create - to use pastels
Cute Daisy May to use a Fairy
The Cuttlebug Spot - if I had wings
Craft Catz - white and one color
Frosted Designs - to use transparency
I cut the little girl at 3 1/2 from A Child's Year
I ran the base card through the Cuttlebug folder
Added glitter to the wings and star and used the transparency to add movement
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
I love this stamp I bought a couple years ago from Michael's dollar bin
Sign post cut from Walk in my Garden at 2"
Flowers by Prima, and gems unknown
Entering this in a couple challenges
|Charisma Cardz Challenges! (I missed the challenge (it just closed)|
And Monochromatic challenge at Quixotic Challenge
I crochets these 5 petal flowers in baby weight yarn, there is a bit if glitter that runs through the yarn
The flower pot was cut with Walk in My Garden Cricut cartridge and added curled paper strips for the leaves
Sentiment from StudioG
Entered this in Cricut Cardz Challenge blog
As I was looking through the Walk in My Garden Cricut cart handbook, I knew I wanted to use the clay pots, but which flower. I was looking for a lily, couldn't find one - so I cut the Iris
The pots are cut as a border at 1 1/4", the Iris were cut at two sizes 2 1/4" and 3". All inked
The sentiment is a StudioG stamp
Entering this in two challenges Cricut Cardz and The Cuttlebug Challenges blog
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
I used my new set of Stampin' Up stamps to complete this card along with the sketch at Create4Fun
Sketch that I turned 90 degrees to the right: Sketch:
The branches as also a Stampin' Up punch. The sentiment is by StudioG
So I have titled or put a sentiment on this - still thinking ...
Created this card for a couple challenge - one is via the layout at Get Sketchy which I turned 90 degrees to the left
and the G Glitz challenge at ABC Christmas Challenge
the polar bear was cut from Joy Of The Season's Cricut cartridge
SophistiCat Challenge to use mint green, purple and one other color and flowers
Here is card for a friend
Stampin' Up tree and bunny, sentiment by StudioG, ribbon by Target, Primas and misc brads.
Also used Martha Stewart border punch at top and bottom of card.
Monday, March 22, 2010
I was blog hopping last night and I saw a post of some beautiful tags, so I wanted to give it a try.
I did simpler version, took a large script stamp and inked it with my Rust Adirondack ink, I like the color on the craft card stock.
I took various stamp colors and inked the out side to give it the vintage look.
I had been saving up the negative version of my Cricut cuts just for this project especially the bird and heart (When I saw Daring Cardmaker wanted a bird used on their challenge... I knew I wanted to do use my negative and then is snow balled into tags - and I couldn't stop after one and two)
I added some twine and a charm.
I plan on adding glitter - but I had to baby sit and wanted to post these tonight.
please let me know what you think - I may remove the charm... will sleep on it and probably add the glitter tomorrow and re-post.
My next blog candy - one of these will make it to the pile - so stay tuned!