Thursday, July 30, 2009

Snowman Card

I saw these cards made with Stampin Up punches and since I don't have those punches, but I have a cricut and design studio, I made all the cut using the George and Basic Shapes cartridge. I used the design studio to lay out all the pieces and then I could put all the paper on the mat and cut all at once. I used a white gel pen for the white accents on the eyes and stitch marks on the hat. I used the a small flower punch for the flowers on the hat. I used pop-dots to pop the eyes up. I really like the way it came out. Enjoy!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Halloween Cards

Here are some Halloween Cards I made. I used the Paper dolls Cartridge for all the images. I cut all the images with the real dial button on. For the ghost I used the cricut marker to get that outline and then I cut the ghost out. I used google eyes on the pumpkins and used inkfor shading and dimension. For the fence I used a brown marker to show the lines better. On the bats I used a white gel pen. I used pop-dots on the fence pieces to have the pumpkins behind the fence and it gives a 3-D look. Enjoy!

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Christmas Pointsettia

I used the Joy of the Season Christmas Cartridge for this card. I cut a shadow in brown cardstock. I used a green pattern paper for the leaves. I used red cardstock for the flower. I inked all the edges and accented the lines on the flower with a brown fine point pen. I used glitter for the center. The sentiment is a $1.00 stamp from AC Moore. Enjoy!

Monday, July 13, 2009

Christmas Window Card

For this card I used Design Studio and the Christmas Solutions Cartridge. I put 2 windows on the mat and welded them together with a few extra rectangles. The back window is solid. I cut the snow out that matches the window and put glitter on it. I used clear plastic on the inside of the front window. printed an image from the computer and the words are computer genterated. Enjoy

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Christmas Wreath

Here is a wreath that I created using my branch cut file. I cut several branches out. I also cut a circle to lay the branches on and keep a circle shape. I glued the branches around the the circle putting them in different directions. I added Martha Stewart Glitter to the wreath to give it a snowy look. I added red sequins to the top. I cut a bow from the Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge and glued it to the bottom of the wreath. The Merry Christmas is a rubber stamp. I stamped it with black ink and used decorative edge sissors around the edge. Enjoy!