Thursday, September 26, 2013

Fall Scarecrow card!

Happy Thursday. Thanks for stopping by. I have a fun Fall card to share today. This is my first Fall card for this year. I didn't have a Cricut Cartridge with a scarecrow cut on it. I created one with Cricut Everyday Paper Dolls Cartridge. This is the Farmer image cut on page #68 of the handbook. I used the same farmer cut here to create a scarecrow on my daughter Fall Harvest Layout.
The pattern paper is from YearBook Paper Pad and yellow and orange solid cardstock is Recollections. I cut a small piece of tan corrugated paper to glue the scarecrow on it. Embellished the scarecrow with a rub on face, yellow buttons, leaf gem and natural raffia. Fall is from Xyron Design Runner. The Design Runner Disk is called Ocassions. Here is a close up! Do you think it looks like a scarecrow?
Thank you for stopping by. Have a great week. :)

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Owl project!

Hello friends. I hope you are doing fine. I'm been doing fine here. I'm so glad it is Fall. I love this time of year. I love all the Fall colors I been seeing on blogs I visit. I need to start creating some Fall colored projects too. I have a cute owl project to share today. This project was created on a 8 x 10" inch stretched canvas.To paint this project on the stretched canvas, I used Apple Barrel Acrylic paint by PLAID.  The owl was stenciled on with Plaids Animal Icons stencils. This is a reusable pack with 46 different animals stencils  in it. The branch with hearts was hand drawn with a pencil and painted in with paint. I used a pencil for the letters and then went over it with red paint. :)
I had so much fun creating this owl project. I never stenciled and painted on stretched canvas before. Many more stretched canvas projects to come. Keep a look out for them. Know telling what you will be seeing stenciled and painted on stretched canvas next time. ;)
Here is a close up. Hope you like looking at my creations. Click here to see another one of my Owl Always Love You Project!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week!! :)

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

DTC Challenge #60: Over the Hill Party!!

For my  bracelet and card giveaway click HERE

Happy Wednesday. I hope you are well and having a wonderful week. it's time for another challenge over at Decorate To Celebrate. For Challenge #60, we are asking you to create any project to be used as a party decoration (or party supply) for an OVER THE HILL PARTY or CELEBRATION!!  Let's celebrate EVERYTHING WONDERFUL about GROWING OLD, HAVING TOO MANY CANDLES, FINDING THE HUMOR IN OLD AGE and MORE  with your table decorations, party banners, pennants, yard signs, cupcakes, party favors and more!!
For this challenge I made a delicious chocolate cake with cake banner. This cake is 9 inches round  with two layers. You can find the cake recipe right HERE.
If you want the Over The Hill cake banner printable I created.  Right click the free printable below and save on your computer. Then go back to where you saved it. Print out with your printer on a 8 1/2 inch by 11 inch white cardstock. Cut out with scissors, punch holes, run twine or string through the holes you punched on banner and assemble banner on your cake. I used drinking straws to hold up banner on cake. :) You can use  the banner for personal, non commercial use only.
Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful week! :)

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Angel Card with Angel Charm Bracelet Giveaway!

Hello! I have a CAS angel card with angel bracelet to share with you all today. This angel cut is from Cricut Inspired Heart cartridge. I welded the circle cut with my Gypsy to create a card. The bracelet was made with white and clear seed beads. I made the bracelets in a size 8 inch and 7 inch. If you are a follower of my blog and you want to win these bracelets. Leave a comment on this post. I will pick one follower to win a size 8 inch and 7 inch bracelet with angel card. I will choose winner on September 30,2013.
Here is the front of charm. The front has a angel on it.
Here is the back of charm. The back reads made for an angel. I purchased all the items from Michael's crafts.
Thanks you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful week! :)

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

DTC Challenge #59: Sweet 16 and Teenage Rock!

Happy Wednesday. I am so glad you stopped by. Hope you are having a wonderful week. We are having a fun challenge at Decorate to Celebrate. I hope you join us for this challenge. For Challenge #59, we are asking you to create any project to be used as a party decoration (or party supply) for a SWEET 16 PARTY or TEENAGE ROCK CELEBRATION!! Let's celebrate EVERYTHING WONDERFUL about TEENS, TWEENS, SWAG, GRUNGE and MORE with your table decorations, party banners, pennants, yard signs, cupcakes, party favors and more!! :)
For my project I made a delicious Girls Rock cookie cake for my daughter. I purchased cookie dough already made in the grocery store. I should have made homemade cookie dough  but I took the the easy way out. ;) Pressed and flatten the cookie dough in a 9 inch x 9 inch cake pan and bake it for 25 minutes. Made some white icing for the cookie cake. Here is the link to icing recipe. I wrote Girls Rock, outlined guitar and outer edge of cookie cake with Wilton red cake sparkle gel. To make guitar on cake, I used my cricut machine and cut out a paper guitar stencil from a cricut cartridge. I Put the negative cut of guitar stencils over cake and sprinkled pink sugar crystals on it. The guitar is from Cricut Everyday Paper Doll Cartridge and is on page #44 of handbook.
Here is a close up. I always wanted to try to make a stencil for a cake but I never did until now. I am so glad I tried it! I really like how this turned out! I'm now thinking about what the next cake or cookie stencil cut will be. :)
Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful week !! :)
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