Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Dia Cuttin' Divas Sketch Challenge


Tuesday has rolled around again and its hard to believe, but August is over!

For most kids school has begun again, I hope you are all adjusting to the hustle and bustle of school time.

Well, this week over at Die Cuttin' Divas we have a sketch challenge for you.














I decided to use this sketch to create a wedding card. I pulled out my Sweethearts Cricut cartridge to cut out this cute bug. I raised the bumper up with pop dots and tied a couple bells on the bumper with twine.











For the card base I used a Silhouette Studio cut file which I altered from a trifold card by using the eraser tool to remove one of the circle folds.






Supplies used: card stock - white, black, greay, metallic grey, red, soft blue; Patterned Papers by Doodlebug; enamel dots by Doodlebug; Sweethearts Cricut cartridges; Silhouette Studio cut file; stamps by Paper Smooches; Memento ink;  Pop Dots


Now pop on over to Die Cuttin' Divas and see all the fabulous inspiration the rest of the design team has come up with.


Hope to see you playing along with us!!!!


Thursday, August 27, 2015

Scottie Christmas


I'm popping in for a second time today to share a card I created for the challenge over at Casology

This week the challenge is Plaid



For some reason when I think of plaid I often think of Christmas.

I decided to create a Christmas card using plaid paper, and with that I thought a Scottie dog would be cute.



I used a couple cut files from Silhouette Studio for the dog and the Christmas tree ornament.





Supplies used: card stock - vanilla, black, red, green, metallic silver; patterned paper by Authentique; Silhouette Studio cut files; chipboard sentiment by Echo Park; border punch - Martha Stewart; ribbon - Michaels; Pop Dots



Hey Ghoulfriend


I saw the new sketch over at Case This Sketch, plus I had a brand new stamp set I was itching to try out, so I just had to play this afternoon.






Lawn Fawn has a brand new release that is all kinds of fun!! I think my favorite stamp set and dies is the Booyah set. I'm just loving the cute ghosts with all their different costumes. I decided to use the Bride of Frankenstein outfit for my ghost.




The sketch just seemed to lean to a little window for the ghost to be flying out of. 





Supplies used: card stock - white, patterned paper - Polka in the Dark 6 X 6 pad by Lawn Fawn; Copic blending paper; stamps and dies - Booyah by Lawn Fawn; Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Copic markers; sequins - my stash; Pop Dots.


Thanks for stopping by!



Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Die Cutin' Divas Inspired By A Decade Challenge


Lets take a trip back in time!!!

That's what we are asking you to do this week over at Die Cuttin' Divas. The challenge is "Inspired By A Decade".

Pick your favorite decade and come up with a creation inspired by that decade.











I chose the good  'ol 50's as my decade. I get a kick out of all the 50's advertising geared toward being the perfect housewife. I pulled out my Suburbia cartridge and my Cricut machine and came up with this birthday card.





I almost forgot, I used Life Is A Party cartridge to ad the birthday cake to the tray she is holding.






Supplies used: card stock - vanilla, green, black; Patterned Papers were scraps from my stash; enamel dots by Doodlebug; Suburbia and Life Is A Party Cricut cartridges; Pop Dots


Now pop on over to Die Cuttin' Divas and see all the fabulous inspiration the rest of the design team has come up with.


Hope to see you playing along with us!!!!


Friday, August 21, 2015

Hello Sunshine


Yay, it's Friday!!!

Looking forward to the weekend :) Sunday is my birthday and I get to go out to dinner with hubby, my daughter and her family! My daughters making me this dessert too:



Are you jealous?

Anyway, back to business, I am sharing a card I created for the challenge over at Case This Sketch.



I came up with a little "Sunshine" card using some paper by Pink Paislee, some die cuts by Jillibean and a die from Simon Says Stamp.







Oops, I almost forgot, I added a little smiley face with a stamp from Stamps Of Life.







Supplies used: card stock - vanilla; patterned paper - Citrus Bliss 6X6 pad by Pink Paislee; die cuts - Pea Pod Parts by Jillibean; sunshine die cut - Simon Says Stamp; stamps - faces4stamps by The Stamps of Life, Greetings by TPC Studios; ink - Jet Black Archival; Pop Dots

Have a wonderful weekend!!!






Thursday, August 20, 2015

...you're in your PRIME


Hi everyone!

Just stopping in today to share a card I made for the challenge over at Casology this week.

The challenge is Number.





Here is what I was inspired to create.  I designed the sentiment and the prime numbers in my Print Shop program. I highlighted the number 29 by making it a different color.






Supplies used: Card stock - vanilla; patterned papers - Chalkboard 6 X ^ pack by We R Memory Keepers; enamel dots -Chalk Studio 2 by My Minds Eye



Thanks for dropping by and have a great day!

 

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