Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Thank You Card

This was a Thank You Card I made for a Baby Shower.. Just used Brown Card Stock for the card, then Pink card stock for the next layer. Which I ran the Pink card stock threw my Cuttlebug to emboss it.
Then added Brown and Pink ribbon. I stamped Thank You with Tim Holtz's Pink Ink on White Card stock. I used my Cricut Expression 2 to cut the onesies out using Pink and Brown Polka Dot Paper. I used a punch to cut out the flower and added a White brad just to dress up the flower.

Easter Card

This was a Verrry Simple EASTER Card.... I cut the Stamp Die and the Words and the Easter Egg with my Cricut Expression 2. I adhered it to White Card Stock and added Yellow Ribbon. I added White Butterfly Brads.

Get Well Soon Card

This was made as a Get Well Card... Used White Card Stock and Pink Card Stock that I ran threw my Cuttlebug to Emboss it. I added Polka Dot Ribbon. I added a flower, centered with a red brad. I cut a umbrella with my Cricut Expression 2. That was it... Easy Peasy...

Happy Birthday Card

This one was a Birthday Card that converts into a bookmarker for your Favorite Book.
I used Teal Card stock for the card and adhered embellished paper to it. Then punched a hole in the bookmaker and added some ribbon and tossels and brads to match. I puched out the tag and the oval and stamped it with the happy Birthday Stamp. The Bookmark was stamped with a decorative stamp.
The border on the front of the card was added with a decorative border to the center.

Cupcake Happy Birthday Card

This card was a Birthday Card. I embossed the Card using the Cuttlebug. Then added coordinating card stock and embossed simmer paper. I cut the cupcake from Cricut Sweet Treats Cartridge and added pink glitter to the heart die cut. I also added some rhinestones and rhinestone brads in random areas to dress it up. I cut pink and white paper using Martha S. tag punches and stamp it with a Happy Birthday Stamp...

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Candy Bouquet

This was a Candy bouquet like basket for a friend's birthday. All the treats she likes to eat, including the sugar free gum. Go Figure. This was put together with four boxes of Mike and Ike's of your course and wrapped around a green sponge crafting block. Then I used small long dowels and taped the treats to each one and then position it around the center like a bouquet of flower. Then I used different colored cellophane to add a decorative touch. But this is a eat at your own risk and not a good gift for the weak but for the SWEET TOOTH at heart. giggle, giggle...