Hello my fellow scrappers! Tonight I decided to create a card using my expression. This card I will be entering it into the Cricut Cards Challenge. I used the create a critter cartridge and peach keen stamps for my little zebra. I think this card is so adorable for a kids card. I had so much fun creating this card.
Good evening everyone! Tonight I felt like playing with my cricut. Wow! So much fun. I just picked a cartridge, flipped through the pages, until I came across this heart. I decided to go with the heart broken instead of a love them. We all have had our hearts broken at some point in time. My advice, get back up and stay in the game. It will come to past. Anyway, on with the card details......... LOL
Standard A2 size card. Rock Princess cartridge Heart cut at 3 1/2 Words cut @ 1 1/2 Recollections Cardstock Michael's ribbon Sakura white & red gel pen
Today was a snow day for me. Nothing much to do but, lounge around, clean, play in the snow and crafting. Can you figure out which ones I did today? Well, actually I did all of them. Although I love to craft, I had a really good time in the snow with my children. Boy, they got me good. My excuse is I was out numbered. LOL. Anyway, here are three new cards that I created today. No plan, no ryhme, or reason. Just kinda went with the flow.
Who said you couldn't create a nice card using cheap pattern paper or should I say really reasonable paper????????? Well I know it wasn't me! A few weeks ago I was at my local Target and while I was there I browsed the dollar bins. If you haven't checked out Targets dollar section yet, please stop sleeping on that section. You would NOT be disappointed. OMG! The dollar section at Target really have some great crafting items at prices that will NOT hurt our purses. LOL. I'm serious. Check it out for yourselves. Ok. So I created this card using a piece of the pattern paper that I found. It came in a super cute Valentine package along with 8 other different papers. I am so in love with this card. I love the color combo that I chose for it. Really Pretty! :-)
Recipe: Recollections Cardstock Pink felt Target pattern paper PaperTrey Ink ribbon Offray accents Sakura gelly Roll
I received this card yesterday from my dear friend over at Mycuriouscrafts.blogspot.com. It was a total shock to me. Ms.Shen also included a new stamp set for me to play with. Awesome job Shen on this card and thank you so much for the stamp set. Greatly appreciated my friend. :-)
Hello everyone! Happy Saturday to you all. Today has been a quiet and relaxing day for me. The children have been busy all day. Everything from sleep overs to attending a birthday party. Whew! I got a chance to have some quiet time on a Saturday. I tell you, that does not come often, so I enjoyed it. Anyway, I want to share a card with you all. This card I decided to use a stamp that I picked up from out of the dollar section at my local craft store. I think it turned out super cute. Let me know what you all think.
Today is my daughters birthday. Wow, I can't believe its been 10 years since the birth of my first daughter. She is finally in the double digits. She is so happy about that. Where has the time gone. Kids sure do grow up fast. Enjoy every moment with them. Happy birthday baby, I love you!
Here's the birthday card that I created today for her. She loves to play with my greeting farm stamps, so what better card to create for her.
Here's another card for you guys tonight. I have really surprised myself. I used the Geisha stamp from the greeting farm. I really love those stamps. Adorable! I only colored in her skin and her her using my copic markers. For her outfit and hair piece I stamped her on some patterned paper, cut out the outfit and hair piece, and glued them to my original stamped image. This technique was a first for me and definitely a lot of fun. Thanks for stopping by.
I know Valentines Day is not until another month, but I couldn't resist making this love always card. I'm in one of those love moods today and I totally do not know why. Maybe because its a new year and my mojo is in high gear. I welcome it and I hope stays for a Long While.
Recipe: 4 1/2 x 5 3/4 Recollection Cardstock DCWV Bella Boutique Recollection pearl beads Ribbon Hobby Lobby 7gypsies wedding stickers
So far I'm off to a great start. Three posts today. Hooray!!!!! LOL. Here's a quick card for you that I created. I love this card. I even tried working with some new things. I've accomplished two things so far on my scrapping resolution lists. Yes! Hope you like it.
Recipe: American Craft Cardstock Spellbinders Impressabilities Recollections Metallic Cardstock Ribbon Stamp from Hobby Lobby
Wow! Another year is here. Happy 2011 to you all. I hope everyone is safe and having a blessed time. So many resolutions out here. My resolutions are to be on time, create at least 30 layouts this year, create more mini albums, and to challenge myself to do different techniques. I know my layout goals are a little small right now, but I'm trying to keep it simple. LOL. I found that I really have no style right now when it comes to creating. I'm kinda all over the place and like creating a little bit of everything. Hopefully this year I will find my creative style. I also plan to blog more and join challenges, so if you guys know of any please send me a email or leave a comment for me to check out the sites as well as your own site.