Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Ghost pop up card!

Hello all! I hope you all are having a fabulous week so far! Here is a pop up card I made. If you want to learn how to make this pop up card. Here is the You Tube video link I watched to learn how to make this card. I followed the pop up card directions but I made my card a Halloween card.
This card is so easy to make. Here is the side veiw of the card!
This is the card laying flat so it can fit in to a envelope. This card size is 4 1/4 Wide by 5 1/2 long when laying flat.

Cartridge used:
Paper Doll Dress up to cut (ghost) at 5 1/2 inches on page # 49.

Have a great week and thank you so much for stopping by!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Religious laminated book marks!

Hello everyone! Here is some book mark I made today. Im making alot of these! I got the religious stickers from Dollar Tree Store. I covered the can with foam sheet and I made a cross out of cardstock and add glitter over cross. I laminated all the book marks with the Your Story laminator. Click any photo to enlarge.
This pack of religious stickers had 80 stickers in the pack for $1.00. I love all the stickers too. This photo here shows alot of the different stickers. I stamped God Is Love and Trust In The Lord on all the book marks.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

A stamped easel card!

Hi all! Here is a Christmas easel card I made. I used soft acrylic clear stamp for this card to stamp the snow man, snow flakes and the let it snow sentiment on the card. I got all 3 in a pack at Michaels out of the $1.00 bin. Click to enlarge any photo!

Here is a close up of bottom of card.

Here is how the card looks when it is closed.

This card is for this Challenge:
Creative Inspirations CHALLENGE 79 - 2 OR MORE STAMPED IMAGES!

Have a wonderful Wednesday all and Thank you so much for stopping by!

Cartridge used:
Mini monograms to cut (scallop and circle).

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Another paper towel tube mini album!

Here is another mini album made out of the paper towel tube! I made this one for a friend of mine.
This is my second mini album out of paper towel tubes. If you want to see first paper towel tube mini album here is the link. I used the pattern paper I won from Terry at Crafter's Delight
All the pattern paper is so pretty!
The embellishments I bought at the Dollar tree store for $1.00.
All the tags I made out of cardstock.
Have a wonderful Tuesday all! Thanks for taking the time to visit.

Monday, September 20, 2010

New clothes pin project winner!

I was walking in the park today and took this picture of this cute little squirrel! This squirrel was just sitting on the bottom of the tree. This squirrel is getting ready for Autumn on Thursday September 23. The random chosen winner did not claim clothes pin project. The new winner is Sheryl at Sheryl's crafting corner. Email me your snail mail so I can mail them to you.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Halloween easel card!

Hi everyone! Happy Sunday to you all! I hope you all are having a great Sunday! This is an easel card I made. I used the grey Metallic gel pen from Cri-kits to draw the spider web. I wanted to create a Halloween card with these gel pens and here it is.
Card size is 6 x6 inches closed. My favorite card to make are these easel cards. This card was easy to make and I like the way it turned out. If you want to see how a easel card is made see this tutorial video link here.

Thank you all for stopping by!

Cartridge used:

Paper doll dress up (web) on pg # 49 drawn at 6 1/2 inches.

Doodlecharms (spider) on pg# 121 cut at 1 1/2 inches.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Tags galore!

Hi everyone! I hope you all are doing fine. Here is some more tags I been making today. Click to enlarge any photo!

These tags are easy to make. I use the large shipping tags at the office supply store. Im making a lot for the craft fair. Well I got to go! It's time to go get my Daughter from school. You all have a wonderful weekend.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

I love my gift tags!

Hi everyone! I hope you all are having a good day. Im making some tags today and they turning out gorgeous. I been creating a lot of tag projects this month. I have alot of large shipping tags and Im trying to use them all up. The white rose on this tag I handmade it out of the white sheer ribbon and it is so beautiful. This is a Birthday gift tag. Click any photo to enlarge.

This Autumn tag here is so gorgeous with Tilda on it. I like these tags they can be used as a book marks too!The Birthday tag is for this Challenge:
Creative Inspirations tag it challenge #78.

Which tag do you like? Thank you so much for the visit! Have a wonderful day!

Clothes pin project winner!

Hi all! Here is the random chosen winner of my clothes pin project. There where only (5) linky entries. The chosen number is #2 Email me your snail mail so I can send them to you. If I don't hear from you I will random pick another number on September 20,2010.

Have agreat day all!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Look what I made!

Hi out there! I hope you all are having a great day. This project has nothing to do with the Cricut! This project is about crochet coasters. I never post anything about crochet, but today Im going to change things up and show you my crochet coasters I made this morning. I been seeing some of your blogs and some of you have been crocheting that what made me get my hook out. LOL :) These are really easy to make if you know the basic crochet stitches. To make these coasters I used double crochet stitch. I made four coaster to each set. Click photo to enlarge!

There not perfect, but I like them and they do make great gifts too! I made all of these in about 2hours 30 minutes. Maybe I will make some more and have a crochet coaster giveaway.

Thanks for stopping by and looking. Leave a comment so I know you where here. Have a great day!

Monday, September 13, 2010

Paper towel roll tag mini album!

Hi Everyone! Here is a mini album I made out of paper towel rolls. Here is a tutorial link on how to make a toilet paper roll mini album. I made mine out of a paper towel roll. I trimmed the paper roll to 4 3/4 inches I got (2) paper towel rolls out of one towel roll. I sprayed the towel roll with spray starch and ironed it to get it to lay very flat. I trimmed pattern paper to fit towel rolls and adhered pattern paper to towel roll. I punched holes with crop_a dile. Add book rings, tags and embellishments and I have a mini album. Click any photo to enlarge it!
I used the paper and embellisments I won from Terry's blog candy. I bought the large tags at a office supply store. The book rings I got at walmart. I like how the mini album turned out.
The embellishments used are me and my big ideas (Pure Divinity-Girls embellishments. These are perfect if you are making a girl project.
I love all the embellishments that came in this pack. They are gorgeous!
I used a sponge and sponged stamping ink on the tags to give it that look. Im going to add photos and journal to tags later on. This was easy to make and I do love the out come of it. I will be making more of these when I get some more empty rolls:0) Maybe you will make one.
Thank you all for stopping by! Have a great day everyone!

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Made for a Princess!

Here is a wall sign I created and welded with the Gypsy. I took the clothes hanger from Everyday Paper Dolls Cartridge and welded it with a rectangle from PlantinSchool Book cartridge. The letters is from PlantinSchool Book Cartridge and the crown is from Potpourri Basket Cartridge. The roses I handmade them out of satin ribbon. I used heavy weight chipboard and Disney Princess Pattern paper pack to make wall sign. This is what I came up with and I love it. To hang on wall I used the Command Brand Damage -Free Hanging clips I got 40 clips at Walmart in a pack for $7.50. These clips are grest to use. They do not damage the wall. Click photo to enlarge!

Have a wonderful day all and Thank you for looking at my wall sign!

Cartridge used:
Plantinschool Book.
Potpourri Basket.
Everyday Paper Dolls.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Look at all this blog candy I won!

Hi all! Im so excited I just received my blogaversary candy in the mail. I won this over at Terry's blog. She was celebrating her one year anniversary in August and had blog candy to win and I entered. I was so lucky to win because not many entered and I won one package. Terry is so generous to give all this fantastic stuff to (3) winners. She is one of the best bloggers out here. If you haven"t done so already you need to visit her blog. Thank you so much again, Terry! Have a great evening all!

Monday, September 6, 2010

Clothes pin project giveaway

Hello all! I hope you all are having a great day. Here is a clothes pin project I seen on Kristin's blog. Here is the link. Here is Kristin's tutorial on the clothes pin project. I did not used the Cricut Expression to make this.
These are so easy to make and they can be used as snack bag clip etc. I seen them and I had to make them. I made some Fall one in orange and brown.
These can be giving as a gift and they are so pretty on the shipping tag. This one here I used my Bic Permanent Markers to color top of clothes pins.
I used alot of my scrap paper to make these. That a great way to used up all that scrap paper. I used a blue marker to color top of these clothes pins here.
For this project you will need:
Shipping tags ( I used large tags 4 3/4" x 2 3/8") You can get these from office supply store
pattern or solid paper.
clothes pins
Mod Podge Gloss- Lustre ( to adhere paper to clothes pin and to give paper a glossy shine.
paint brush ( a small one to paint Mod podge on clothes pins).
paper trimmer to trim paper to fit clothes pins.

Here is the clothes pin project link giveaway. I will pick one winner to win (2) Tag sets of clothes pins. You must be a follower of my blog. I can not ship international at this time. Only US entries. You have until 9/16/10 to link up to win.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Embossed note Cards!

Hello everyone! I hope you all are having a great start to the long Labor Day Holiday weekend. My Daughter started school on Monday. She is attending a private Catholic school. I want her to have a religious education. My son attended Catholic school when he was going to school. I been so busy with school I have not made any projects this week. Here is some note cards I made a couple of weeks ago. Some of this note card can be used for lunch box notes. The embossing folders I used here on these note cards came with the Cuttlebug embossing machine when I bought it. Click to enlarge any photo!
The Cuttlebug embossed folders I used here are the Best friends (4) folders set. These note cards are easy to make. I got (6) cards out of 8 1/2 by 11 inches cardstock. When note card is folded it measures 2 1/8 wide by 3 inches length. To get this size I used a piece of cardstock 4 1/4 wide by 3 inches length. I used the Inkadinkado blending chalk to give white cardstock some color. I like the color it adds. Very pretty color.
I wrap them in clear wrap and they are ready to give as a gift! I gave my friend some of these note cards and she loved them.
I made envelopes for them too. I used the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge to cut envelopes out.

Cartridge used:
Plantin SchoolBook to cut (envelope) on page #79 cut at 3 inches.
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