Hope everyone is having a wonderful week! This time of year always seems so busy with t-ball games, dance recitals, festivals and Birthdays! My youngest son will be turning 4 next week (so hard to believe!) We are giving him a party this weekend and I decided to make his party favor holders using Sweet Treats cartridge. I used my Cuttlebug to emboss the frosting. The tags were cut using Walk in My Garden (bread tag). So super simple!
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
I have a co-worker who is going to be needing several baby cards in the next few weeks for baby showers....so the next several post I will be sharing my creations with you! This cute lion was cut from the Create a Critter cartridge. The polka dot background stamp is by Hero Arts and the ink is Distress Ink by Ranger. I used my Sakura white gel pen for the faux stitching. The sentiment stamp is by Sweet N Sassy. Hope you enjoy and thanks so much for stopping by today!
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Happy Sunday! Hope everyone is enjoying their day today! It is such a beautiful day with lots of sunshine and very mild weather. We've been busy this weekend with going to a parade on Saturday, then the usual shopping trip with mom to Michael's and A.C. Moore, out to eat Sat. night and then to Sunday School and Church services today. I did get a few hours this afternoon to play in my craft room so I made this cute card using Create a Critter cartridge. This cartridge has some really cute images and I thought this super cute ladybug was perfect for a co-worker who loves them! I am also entering this card into the Cricutters Anonymous Spring Theme challenge. Check it out here. Don't forget about Secretary's Day on Wednesday! (this card is for my secretary at work). Have a great week and thanks sooo much for stopping by!
Monday, April 12, 2010
What do Red Velvet and Cake decorations have in common???
What's elegant, rich, delicious and you can't wait to get your hands on it???
The newest tool from Provo Craft...The Cricut Cake of course!!!
The world's first food safe electronic cutting machine made for gum paste, fondant and frosting sheets and much, much more!!
It's one amazing machine that will help make your sweetest sugar dreams come true!
So how do you win one of these fabulous machines?
1. Comment in the post on the Cuttlebug Challenge telling them what you would do with the Cake if you were the lucky winner.
2. For more chances to win:
a. comment on all the posts at the Cuttlebug Challenge til April 30th
b. create a post on your blog or any forum where allowed regarding this contest
c. update your facebook wall, twitter about this giveaway
3. Become a follower on the Cuttlebug Challenge blog to be eligible.
The prizes are as follows:
GRAND PRIZE: Cricut Cake and Tie the Knot Cartridge donated by Provo Craft
SECOND PRIZE: Elegant cake cart signed by Jinger/Paisley cart donated by Provo Craft
THIRD PRIZE: Pink Journey/Straight from the Nest Cartridges donated by Paper Phenomenom
FOURTH PRIZE: Designer Calendar/Jubilee Carts donated by Betty Bee Designs
FIFTH PRIZE: Paper Pack donated by Celebrity Guest Designer for the month of June, Teresa Collins
I know this is my 2nd post for today, but I wanted to enter the above card into the Cricutters Anonymous All in the Family Challenge. I made this card for my husband for our 9th wedding anniversary. I used the Home Decor Cartridge to cut the heart, love, and forever. I used the Cuttlebug embossing folder to emboss the background. Enjoy!
Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. The weather was so beautiful on Sunday. We spent most of the afternoon outside playing and enjoying the mild weather. My boys were back in school today (much to their disappointment!) I thought I would share a card today that reminds me of spring. My tulips are just starting to come through the ground. I made this card using mini monograms and walk in my garden cartridges. The DP is by K&Company. Stickles were added to the word "thanks" for some added sparkle. Hope you enjoy! Thanks for stopping by today!
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Sorry that it's been awhile since my last post. I've been extremely busy with making cakes for people and my son playing t-ball! Today I wanted to share with you a card I made for the MPS color challenge. The challenge is to make a project using the colors green, black and of course...PINK! I had a lot of fun with this card. My 3 year old son helped me make it! I used the Walk in my Garden Cartridge. DP is K&Company and CS is Bazzill. The sentiment stamp is from Hero Arts. Ribbon is Offray, flowers Prima and punch is Fiskars. Hope you enjoy and have a wonderful Sunday!