Showing posts from February, 2013

Pinterest Inspired Cards

It's time for another challenge from the Cut It Up Blog!

I have a couple of boards that are completely dedicated to cards, and there are hundreds. Well, I have good intentions of trying all of them out - ok maybe a few of them out! Anyway, this challenge got me working!
My first card comes from Melissa at Moe Creations. Check out her card and then look at mine. (yes her's is definitely better, but I still like mine, lol)

You will, also, find this pictured pinned to my Pinterest boards Stuff I've Done/Tried.  Feel free to visit me on Pinterest and be a follower!
Now for my card(s)

I decided to make a set of cards. There are actually three cards of each to make a set of six. I used the I Love You a Latte Cricut Cartridge to make these cards.
There is one more card that I will show you that has been featured once before on my blog. But, first here is the card that inspired it.

This card was originally posted on the Cards, Crafts, Kids Projects blog You will, also, find this p…

Kiss the Cook

This week at the Fantabulous Cricut blog it's time to Kiss the Cook!
We are challenged to create a project using a recipe, check mine out below:

Using a stamp that I had, as you see above, I stamped a recipe for a happy heart. The base and the cooking utensils all come from the From My Kitchen Cricut Cartridge.
Now's its your turn!

Happy Valentines Day to my Valentine!

Happy Valentine's Day  to the love of my life! 

I love you Jason!

Animation Domination

This week thru February 20th the Cut It Up challenge is to create a project that showcases an animated character (ie. Hello Kitty, Batman, Winnie The Pooh, etc.) If you do not have a cricut cartridge or SVG's that have any of these type of characters, there are tons of free coloring book pages online that can be resized and used as a digi image. Must use a die cut.
Here's my project:

I used the Batman Cricut Cartridge cut the box and the Batman Image. This box will house a gift card for my nephew who loves Batman!

Well, I hope you enjoyed my project this week, now it's  your turn to upload  yours!
Alright Crafty ladies there is a Design Team Call for Cut It Up Challenges. I highly recommend applying as this is an amazing group of ladies!!!! If your interested  click HERE and find out how.

Queen of Hearts

This week's challenge at the Fantabulous Cricut blog is all about hearts!
The challenge is called Queen of Hearts and all you have to do is use a heart on your project.

I created a heart shape card using my gyspy and the Indie Art Cricut Cartridge. I added a key image from the same heart and used some krindle ribbon and some bling to add some embellishment!
Now it's your turn!