Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Beanie Gift Card Holder

I feel guilty for not posting on my blogs, I have not been able to post anything in a while, with Thanksgiving and now Christmas I have been busy with work and trying to decorate for the Holidays. I was trying to find time to get to my craft room and do some crafting, I managed to slip down there this past weekend, I made this gift card/money holder.  I thought they were really cute.

This is not of my creation but of a very craft young lady Carolina's Creative Pad she has done some beautiful work, she did a video of this card on youtube I have posted the link for the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Lt6LB1nzrc, I thought this would be a good for Christmas gifts.  I made a few of these to give at Christmas.

Cricut Machine
Cricut Cartridge Accent Essential - Circle
Cricut Cartridge Winter Frolic -for the holly leaves
Stampin Up border punch
Paper is from Paper Studio - Christmas paper

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Peachy Keen challenge #40

This is the sketch we had to use for the Peachy Keen challenge, I did a layout for this challenge, and I just realized I did not use a peachy keen stamp, sorry.  Its simple I feel like its missing something.
My mother in law asked me to make scrapbook of his 70th birthday party she asked me to make a scrapbbook album for Christmas.  This is a man who has everything she said he would really enjoy it this way he could go back and remeber his birthday. So I used this sketch below to put in his album. 

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Monday, November 8, 2010


Here is my take on Emma's Throw Back Thursday Challenge, http://www.creativetimeforme.com/2010/11/throwback-thursday-challenge-episode121.html
 we had to use From My Kitchen cartridge it had to be a food item. I love Gingerbread men or women they are so cute. The Gingerbread man was cut at 5 1/2 inches. I used some stampin up chalk on his cheeks and nose. 
From My Kitchen Cartridge-Gingerbread man and rolling pin
Rik Rak ribbon
Peacy Keen stamp -531 Simple Sallies
Jessie James Dress It Up Button
Pooh & Friends Cartridge for hat
Stampin up cardstock
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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Imagine Birthday Card For My Neice

I made a birthday card for my neice, I used my Imagine machine and the cartridge Best Together. I love this cupcake,  I like the eyelashes on the cupcake.  I have a spot on the card that looks bare, I am not sure what I should put there, so I just left it bare.
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Cricut Cartridge Best Together
Martha Steward Border Punch
IRock for the bling



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