Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Busy, busy, busy...

Hi everyone. I've been busy, but not becasue I was crafting. Although I was able to make some cards in between going to softball games and tournaments.

The tweety bird card was cut using the "create a critter" Cricut cartridge and the branch was cut from the "straight from the nest" Cricut cartridge. I used my Cuttlebug to emboss the branch and leaves. The sentiment "super tweet" is from My Pink Stamper stamps punny-licious set. The pattern paper is K&Co "que sera, sera".

For this owl card I used the "create a critter" Cricut cartridge. The sentiment says "whooooooo loves you" and is from the My Pink Stamper stamps punny-licious set. The paper and cardstock is DCWV.

Thanks for taking a look. Have a great day!

Saturday, May 1, 2010

My NSD "colors of the rainbow" Challenge

Looks like I'm up! Here is my challenge for My Pink Stamper. It's a color challenge using the colors of the rainbow. This layout is easy to put together and a great way to use up all those scraps of paper and cardstock. The squares are cut at 2x2 and the large photo was cut to 4x4. I used the "lyrical letters" Cricut cartridge as well as "base camp" for the title.

National Scrapbook Day!

Pressed for time??? Let the pattern paper do the work for you. This DCWV "all dressed up" paper already had the bling and great patterns going for it. All I did was fold this 8x8 sheet in half and use a scallop punch along the side edges and there is your card base. I used the "Indie Art" Cricut cartridge for the large butterfly, while the smaller ones are from a SU! embosslit. The "you rock!" sentiment is from My Pink Stamper stamps called "family & friends".
This card is also easy to put together in a short amount of time. I used just two cardstock colors and the matching pattered paper. The flourish was cut using the "potpourri basket" Cricut cartridge. The "family" sentiment is from My Pink Stamper stamps called "family & friends".
Again, this card is pretty simple, just a few more layers and some embossing. I used the "Plantin School Book" Cricut cartridge to cut my letters and then placed them into the "diamond plate" embossing folder and run it through my Cuttlebug. I used my SU! "curly label" punch, folded it in half and stamped my sentiment "on your special day" from My Pink Stamper stamps called "family & friends".