Believe...anything is possible 3x3 card


Good evening everyone. Thank you for stopping by tonight. Here is a 3x3 card I made using MCT Race for a Cure stamp set and some very pretty Teresa Collins 6x6 paper pack called Spring Fling. This was a very simple card. I am thinking I might use it on a present not sure though. I love these colors. I stamped the sentiments using Momento ink and then used my iRock to add some bling.


I am entering this card in the Fetch A Sketch and My Craft Spot challenge


MATERIAL:
  • Teresa Collins - Spring Fling 6x6 paper pad
  • My Creative Time - Race for A Cure stamp set
  • Recollections punch
  • Martha Stewart - Scallop Dot Punch
  • iRock - colored gems
Thank you for stopping by tonight. I hope you enjoyed my card. Please check out this months challenge here and this weeks giveaway here


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Picture Key Chains inspired my Pinterest

Good evening everyone and thank you for joining me tonight. Here is a Pinterest inspired project. I found this on Pinterest and really wanted to make these because the picture key chains I have right now are all worn out and I needed new ones. These are the replacements.  I cut an old gift card in half then traced the paper and mod podged it to the card. The hardest part was waiting for the mod podge to dry. I then put on these stickers with my kids names and a little bit of bling.  In the morning after they had dried all night I punched a hole in them and used these cute heart brads so that I could attach them to my keys. Here is the link to the post from Pinterest.


I am entering this into the My Creative Challenge and Little Scrap Pieces 


MATERIALS:
  • Recollections - Surf's Up
  • iRock - iGems
  • Making Memories - Alpha stickers
  • Mod Podge
  • K&Company - adhesive jewels

Thank you for stopping by tonight. I hope you enjoyed my key chains. Please check out this months challenge here and this weeks giveaway here

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Quick simple bow for a present and link to the tutorial

Hello everyone. I just wanted to share a quick bow that I made for a birthday present that I wrapped. I wrapped the present then said where are the bows. Since I am the shortest one in the house everything seems to be out of my reach and the bows were on the top shelf and no one was around to help me get one so I decided that I would get on youtube and pinterest and find a tutorial for one.



 It took me about 5 minutes altogether to make these bows. That was with cutting out the paper, punching the holes, & putting them together.  This is the link to the video I watched on youtube here

Thank you for stopping by today. I just wanted to share a quick idea for you.

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Hello...Just A Note from the Hello Kitty Fairy


Good morning everyone. Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy the card I am sharing with you today. Here is a card I made using my Hello Kitty Font cartridge and My Mind's Eye Lost & Found 6x6 paper pad.  The base of the card is an standard A2 size and I cut the background a tiny bit smaller so that I could show off the layers. I wrapped some homemade crinkle ribbon around the card then used this cute brad from The Girls Paperie. The sentiment, sentiment border, and ticket are from Papertrey Ink. Pretty simple card and I used a wobble for the cute Hello Kitty fairy but it is so darn hard for me to get a good picture of is moving. The second picture kind of shows her on her side.  




MATERIALS:
  • Cricut - Hello Kitty Font cartridge
  • My Mind's Eye - Lost & Found
  • The Girls Paperie - Maggie Mixed Brads
  • Papertrey Ink - Just The Ticket stamp set & border die
  • iRock & rhinestuds
  • homemade crinkle ribbon
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my card. Please check out this weeks giveaway here and this months challenge here.

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Happy Pumpkin Treat Box


Good afternoon everyone. Thanks for stopping by today to check out my Happy Pumpkin Treat Box. This box was cut out using the Bags, Tags, Boxes & More Cricut cartridge and the pumpkin was cut out from Paper Doll Dress-Up cartridge. I used some of my favorite DCWV paper stack called The Ghosts & Goblins stack. I love this stack.  The face I used on the Pumpkin is from Peachy Keen stamps called Pumpkin Faces. I used my black pen and did some faux stitching and colored in the whites of the eyes then put some glossy accents on the eyes. Then I used my Martha Stewart Punch and punched out some grass twice and used some foam tape to pop up the front one.  Then I used some pop dots on the pumpkin and made sure that when it closes it goes between the two pieces of grass.  The little "treats" tag is from DCWV The Ghosts & Goblins embellishment stack and the baker's twine is from My Craft Spot.


I am entering this treat box in the Little Scrap Pieces "Stitch it" challenge here and Peachy Keen Challenge 31 - 3D Object Box It Up here


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Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my treat box. Don't forget to check out this weeks giveaway here and this month's giveaway here.


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Happy Penguins


Good evening everyone. Thanks for stopping by today. I have to tell you I love these little penguins. They look so happy with the cute little PKS faces. I cut these out with my Gypsy and used the hide feature to hide the faces so that I could use my PKS face stamps instead. The sentiment is from MCT Gift Card Sentiments which is one of my favorites. The Christmas Tree and star are from the My Mind's Eye paper pack. I had a hard time showing the wobbles behind both of the penguins but trust me they are really adorable.


I am entering this in to the Action Wobble Challenge here and Cricut Cardz Challenge here


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Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my card. Please check out this months challenge here.



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Just For You...

Good morning everyone. Thanks for stopping by today. I love the colors on this card. For this card I used DCWV the Wild Side stack. I have only used this stack a couple of times and wanted to use some paper that I haven't used in a while. The flowers are made using glubbers and some lace. I have to tell you these are super simple to use. I then used some brads for the center of the flowers and adhered them to the card. I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment because this paper is very textured and has some glitter on it. I used a leaf I bought I think at Target a while ago. I thought it looked kinda nice with the flowers.


I am entering this in this months DCWV August Stack-a-Holic templete challenge here


MATERIALS:
  • Cosmo Cricket - Glubber 1" & 1.5"
  • Martha Stewart - Arch Lattice punch
  • DCWV - The Gone Wild stack
  • The Girls Paperie - Karlie Mixed Brads
  • black embossing powder
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed my card. Please check out this months challenge here and this weeks giveaway here.
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Back To School...


Good afternoon. Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you like this layout that I am showing you today. For this layout I used a school theme and some pictures of my kids first day of school this year. My son is a Sophomore in high school and my daughter is in seventh grade. Wow how time flies because I swear they were just babies. I used my gypsy and made the pencil and crayon box. I also cut out the back to school from the same cartridge. The banner I just circles with my 1 inch circle punch then cut them in half and glued them down. I used some twine and glues that down along the top of the banner. I cut the paper from the High School matstack and used my binding edge punch along the top.


I am entering this layout in the August Stack-a-Holic Challenge here


MATERIALS:
  • EK Success - Binding Edge punch
  • Cricut - Simply Charmed cartridge
  • DCWV - Brights Textured cardstock stack, High School matstack, & Latte Cardstock Stack
  • My Craft Spot - bakers twine
Thank you for stopping by I hope you enjoyed my layout today. Don't forget to check out this months challenge here and this weeks giveaway here

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Sending A Big Thank You...


Good evening everyone. Thanks for stopping by tonight. Here is a monkey card I made using Life's A Party Cricut cartridge, DCWV Latte Cardstock Stack for the monkey & We R Memory Keepers Retro Glam for the background.  I used my Martha Stewart grass punch and then inked it up using Distress Ink in Pine Needles. I colored the monkey in with my Antique Linen Distress marker because I really didn't like the color that I cut the Monkey out with. I think it kind of looks like fur on it now. I stamped the little face with my PKS Critter Faces then used some foam tape to pop the monkey and the smaller grass  up with. The sentiment stamp is from Papertrey Ink. I want to say it came with an order around Christmas time last year. I have never used this stamp until now. I love this stamp.


I am entering this card in the challenge over at Peachy Keen Stamps here and Little Scrap Pieces here


MATERIALS:
  • DCWV - Latte Cardstock Stack
  • Peachy Keen Stamps - Critter Faces (medium)
  • Distress Ink - Pine Needles
  • Distress Marker - Antique Linen
  • Martha Stewart - Grass punch
  • We R Memory Keepers - Retro Glam paper
  • Papertrey Ink - "A Big Thank You" stamp set
  • iRock & colored Rhinestuds
Thank you for stopping by tonight. Please check out this months challenge here and this weeks giveaway here

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Just for You

Good morning everyone. Today I am showing a card that I made using my Gypsy and the Love You A Latte cricut cartridge. I welded the card base together using my Gypsy and the layers on top. I then cut out the cute little cup and used a PKS face on it and of course a wobble. I used my iRock and rhinestuds around the edges to make it pop. The sentiment is from MCT Gift Card Sentiments and it is stamped on the stitched oval die. I used the XL Label die from MCT and used that as a background behind the image. I hope you enjoyed my card. Thanks for stopping by.


I am entering this card in the challenge over at Action Wobble here

 

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Thank you for stopping my tonight. Don't forget to check out this months giveaway here


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Life's A Beach -- Summer Layout

Good evening everyone. Here is a one page layout that I made using a paper pack from Echo Park and my Simply Charmed cricut cartridge. I added a little PKS face on the pail just to give it a little something special. I added a picture of my son at the beach in Monterey a couple years back.
I am entering this page in the challenge over at Paper Playtime and Fantabulous Cricut
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Thank you for stopping by this evening. Please don't forget to check out the monthly giveaway here and the weekly giveaway here
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If you have ever forgot someone's birthday by accident then you should check out this reminder book...

Good morning everyone. Thanks for stopping by today. Today I am showing you a Birthday Reminder/Organizer book that I made using my Imagine to print all the papers to fit in to this envelope album from Melissa Frances. I bought this envelope book last year at the Scrapbook Expo and wanted to make something with it I just wasn't sure what. So this is what I finally came up with.

I hate when I forget important birthdays so I thought this was a good idea to come up with something that I could go to each month to remind me. I printed all the paper and the inserts using my Imagine. I them inked the edges, adhered them together, and stamped the months on to each insert. The celebrate is a sticker that I bought a while back. I do not remember who it is from.

I am entering this Birthday Reminder/Organizer Book in to the challenge over at Little Scrap Pieces here


Here is a picture of what the pages look like inside the envelopes. They are double sided also so that just in case you have allot of birthdays one month you have allot of lines to keep track of those birthdays.


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Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my birthday reminder book.

Don't forget to check out this months challenge here and this weeks giveaway here


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