This week's challenge is to make a Valentine's Day card for a child using any cartridge. I used one of my favorite cartridges, Create A Critter. I cut the ladybug found on page 66 at 4 inches. I used Bazzill cardstock, K & Company Seasonal paper pad, Prima flowers, White Blossom jewel stickers and Michaels $1.00 stamp. Join us in the fun for this week's challenge at cricutcardzchallenge.blogspot.com. Thanks for visiting me! :)
Here is another card that I made for my other niece. I used Birthday Bash Cricut cartridge again. I love the new design of the handbooks on the new cartridges! Don't you? I used Recollections cardstock, Martha Stewart ribbon loop punch, Stickles, Hero Arts stamps, and the designer paper is just some scraps that I had laying around. Thanks for visiting! I am up to 21 followers now! Thanks!! YEAH!! :)
This week's challenge is to use the Birthday Bash cartridge. I made a birthday card for my niece. Her favorite animal is the buffalo. I cut the buffalo (found on page 45) at 4 inches. Paper Company cardstock base, Coredinations cardstock, My Mind's Eye Party Time stack. I used a white gel pen on the skates, since the pieces were too small and also used one of my favorite staples, Stickles - star dust. Pink Stamper's Punnylicious and Hot off the Press stamps. Thanks for visiting me!
This week's challenge is to make a card using any cartridges you like but use only the colors red, black and white. This week's inspiration came from needing a 50th anniversary card for my in-laws. I used Plantin Schoolbook. I cut out red hears at 3, 2 1/2 and 2 inches and then black hearts at 2 3/4 and 2 1/4 inches. I popped them up on foam tape. I used DCWV embossed cards and colored the embossed hearts with red colored pencil. Join us in this week's challenge at cricutcardzchallenge.blogspot.com. Thanks for visiting me! :)
I have been so negligent with my blog lately. I could make lots of different excuses, but I won't. I plan on being a better blogger though. Here is a card that I made recently for my niece. (Hi, Hannah!!) It has been VERY cold here, and we have been getting lots of snow lately, so I decided to stick with the winter theme and make this snowman card. I used Snow Friends cartridge. The snowman was cut at 4". I used the Snowflakes cuttlebug folder, Recollections cardstock, DCWV Tis the Season stack (love this paper pack), icicle Stickles and Michaels ribbon. As I quote Barbara Johnson, "May your troubles last as long as your new year's resolutions"! Thanks for visiting me! :)