Tonight as I uploaded pictures of some craft projects from the week, I found pictures on my camera that I wanted to share. My smallest two decorated pumpkins in Sunday School to take to the local nursing home. They brought some home. I guess at some point they decided they should take pictures of their art, like Mommy! So enjoy, and be inspired! Also, I highly recommend letting your children take pictures, it is so neat to see things from their perspective.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
The paper is DCWV from the Grade School stack and the Summer stack. I didn't have any black and red paper so I used a paint pen to make some! I used a Stampin Up punch and Stampin Up stamp. The ribbon is from Hobby Lobby. Keep reading and I'll tell you about the bling...
So, I used the Gypsy to design a flourish with only holes. Basically, I placed the flourish design on my mat and placed 3mm circles over the design. Then, I removed the actually flourish and only had circles. I cut that out and used it as a guide for the jewels. I used the Tulip Glam It Up tool. Here's a close up...
So, what do ya think! Pretty simple and I am super excited to try other things. I have even been thinking about "glamming up" some T-shirts!
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Today I worked on some cute Halloween Gift Bags. I used a SVG file from SVGCuts.com called "Tied Suprise Bags". The paper is from K & Company Halloween stack. The ribbon is from Hobby Lobby. I had some fun with Stickles and googly eyes!
Oh, I almost forgot! The pumpkin, the skull, the bat and the spider are from Lettering Delights doodlebat called Booya! ; )
Friday, September 17, 2010
My dd comented on my recent Baby board book, inquiring if I had made a book for the big sister of the new baby. I did not make a book for her when she was born because I have only recently started making baby board books. So, I thought I would make her a "Big Sister" book instead. As a big sister myself, I realize that there is much responsibility and love that starts with the birth of a new sibling. So here it is...
Take care and have a blessed day!!!
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Here are a couple of tweeties that I cut using SCAL and Inkscape. The art is from Lettering Delights Mulberry Lane collection. I changed the colors to fit each paper combination. One of the great things about crafting with the Cricut is the ability to coordinate whatever is cut with whatever theme is needed. I love the birdie paper too! The top birdie paper is from K & Company and the paper in the bottom is DCWV.
And one of the finished layouts...
or is it finished? I have a tough time saying "enough"!
God Bless : )
Friday, September 10, 2010
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
|I absolutely loved making this layout! It's my dd and one of her good friends. They were at the mall trying on some fabulous fashion finds. The paper is from the K & Company Cintronella stack and the ribbon is from Hobby Lobby. I used the Forever Young Cricut cartridge. Now, I just have to get her to do some journaling!|
|Bling courtesy of Glam it Up tool!|
Monday, September 6, 2010
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Hope you find these results inspiring!