This is a birthday card. The ballerina is from PaperDoll Dress Up cartridge. Face is PeachyKeen face stamp.
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
This doll is for a graduation. I used the congrats from the Zooballo cartridge. I made the cap from shapes on the George cartridge. I also gave the graduate red fingernails to match her shoes. I used PeachyKeen face stamp. She also has red lipstick.
This is the bunny I made in inkscape and cut out with SCAL. This is the final Easter Card for 2009. I layered 2 different pattern papers and did faux stitching with a white gel pen around all the layers. Tied a white ribbon around the bunny's neck. Inside I stamped Happy Easter. I love the way this bunny turned out. Enjoy!
Monday, March 30, 2009
Here is the newest bunny in my bunny collection. I used inscape and SCAL. I cut him out and put pop-dots behind his feet and ears. I punched the nose out with a heart punch. The bow was cut out by hand using pattern paper. Inked all the edges with chalk ink. Used chalk for the cheeks and hand drew the mouth and whiskers. I like how he turned out.
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Here is a quick bunny I designed using Design Studio and George Cartridge and Doodlecharms. I made this very basic and when I get more time I will make one that is cuter and decorated. Just wanted to share this design. Enjoy!
Friday, March 27, 2009
This card I used Stretch Your Imagination cartridge. I cut the flower base out in green and the layers in the rust color and purple pattern paper. I put two rows of ribbon on this card. Used a see-dees stamp for sentiment. Fiskars border punch and three differnt pattern papers for the background.
This card was created using Wild Card Cartridge and the icon button for the birthday card. Cut out in 3 inches, layered on lilac cardstock. Brads in the corner. See-Dees stamp and ribbon.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Here are some bookmarkers I made. The chicken one is family joke. "It was so cold outside I saw a chicken with a cape on" (insert laugh). Both were made using animal kingdom. They were made in Design Studio and I welded the cape onto the chicken and bookmarker. Same with the cat. I then cut out seperate pieces to layer them for detail. Enjoy!
Here is a card for a 50 year Anniversary. I used the Storybook cartridge for the numbers and lettering. I cut a scallop circle and inked all the edges with Rose Coral chalk ink. I used gold mirri paper but it did not scan well. This card looks much nicer in person. Enjoy!
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
I used the Storybook Cartridge for this card. The flowers were cut at 2 inches and I used pink and cinnamon stickles on them. Brown ribbon is tied on the frame which is cut at 3 inches. Thank-you is cut out at 1 inch using the tall button. Used Rose coral chalk ink on the edge of the card and on the flowers. Fiskars texture plate run through my Big Shot machine. White gel pen stitching around the edge. Enjoy!
Here is a card made with extra cuts on my table. The cartridge used was Storybook. The flower is the Hibiscus. I used the corner function cut at 1 and 1/2 inches. The frame function was used to make the brown mat. I used fiskars texture plate for the dots on the mat. Cut the letters out at 1 and 1/4 inch using the Tall function button. I used rose coral chalk ink on the flowers. Corner frames were cut at 1 and 1/2. Pattern paper was scrap on the table also. Enjoy!
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
PCCrafter.com From the artist Laurie Furnell. The collection is called "Easter Bunnies", This months collection. I used a glitter pen on parts of the bunny and his bow. Used Studio G stamps for the eggs and cirle Happy Easter. I used Sakura Souffle pens on the eggs. I did faux stitching around the edges and used decorative edge scissors. Ribbon from my stash. Enjoy!
Monday, March 23, 2009
Used a cut file for the card base from someone on the Cricut MB. I made the flowers with Walk in my garden cartridge. I cut the base flowers out in green and chalked the edges. I cut the flower using purple cardstock, cut twice and layered them with pop-dots. I put stickles on the flowers. Did some faux stitching around the edge with a white gel pen. Enjoy!
This card uses the Storybook cartridge. I cut the butterfly frame out at 3.5 inches in blue. I used the blackout frame underneath cut out in pink. The background was textured with fiskars texture plate. The ribbon was from AC Moore in a grab bag for $1.00. Used cinnamon stickles and pink stickles on the butterfly. Enjoy!
I designed the trellis in design studio. Used an image from PC Crafter printed twice and cut out to give a decoupage look. Used glitter on the flower. stamped happy birthday and matted it.
Made this trellis in design studio. Image from PC Crafter. Used fiskars border punch on the edge. Cut the vine from paper doll dress up. Put glitter on the flowers.
Saturday, March 21, 2009
The bunny is from Paper Doll Dress Up. The flower pot, flowers and bee are from Walk In My Garden. I used Design Studio and welded the rabbit, flower pot and flowers together. I used stickles on everything. The background paper was textured with fiskars texture plates run through the big shot.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
The frame around the bunny came from pooh and friends. The bunny from Doodle Charms. I used Martha Stewart glitter on the bunny. I put yellow sticles on the center of the flowers. Tied a ribbon on his ear and drew in the facial features.
This cupcake card was made using inkscape and SCAL. I used fiskars textured plate on the cake part and then put diamond stickles on the bumps. I used pink stickles on the rose and green on the petals. With these two programs the possibilities are endless.
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
The first card is from a Stamping Up card I saw on a blog. I don't have the stamps but I do have a cricut with bees on a cartridge. I cut the beehive at 1 and 1/2 inches and then sized the bees in design studio so they would look right. Used inking on the edges, used a studioG stamp "just beecause" on the inside. The second card is just bits and pieces I had on my craft table. extra cuts from other projects. Flowers and bees from WIMG and grass from PS. I am trying to use all my scraps this year.
Hey all you crafters I want to share my Hummingbird Cards with you. The Hummingbirds were cut with SCAL and the flowers and bees were cut with Walk In My Garden Cricut Cartridge. I designed the hummingbird in inkscape and converted it to an .svg file and then opened it with SCAL and cut it with my cricut. With these 2 programs the options are endless. Keep on Crafting.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Well for St.Patrick's Day I thought I would share the card I made. I used SCAL and the cricut. I found a dingbat that had Irish pictures. Converted this one into an .svg file. Cut it out with my cricut and then cut extra clovers from the paper doll dress up cartridge and pop-dot them over the others. I like how it turned out.
This card uses my cricut but also a great program called Sure Cuts alot (SCAL) from craftedge.com I designed the egg in inkscape and cut it with my cricut. I inked all the edges. I cut the egg so I could have it open using a brad and the chick looks out. The inside of the card says Happy Easter. Also used treading water border punch by fiskars.