Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Hello everybody, I made a cute card for my friend and co-worker.   It is made with Lori's Garden cartridge.  I really love that cartridge (I've probably said that before), but I thought this bird was not very pretty, but decided to use it anyway.

I found out I love it and have used a lot for cards.  I used a sizzix texture for the background, and added a blue gem for the eye and pearls for the center of the flowers. Thanks for stopping by.  God bless!  Stay safe those in Colorado Springs, they are fighting a big fire close to town.


Monday, January 30, 2012

Country Carnival-Hearts

Here's another card for my teenage grand(son) (daughter) I'm not too sure yet.  I used another card package from Studio G, also $1.00 at Walmart.  It has a hole in the card and I wasn't too sure how to use them till now.  The hearts are from the basic shapes in the Imagine, the butterfly and flowers from the Country Carnival cartridge, and the saying from Better Together cartridge.

I trimmed with gold stickles.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

Better Together-Valentine Bear

Here's a valentine card I made with the Imagine, the bear is from Better Together cartridge it has some good things to use for valentines.  I bought at Walmart, I got a package of Studio G, 8 cards and 8 envelopes for $1.00!  The heart and background are from the basic shapes in the imagine-though I think the background color is from Lori's Garden, and the flowers are from Country Carnival (I used those because I had them, but some of the flowers from Lori's Garden would work too).

I trimmed it with gold stickles, and added google eyes.  This is for my teenage grandchild, so I tried to make their cards a little different and no so childish.  Thanks for stopping by!

Lori's Garden-Tweetheart Valentine

I made several valentines cards today.  Since my grandchildren are getting bigger (most are teenagers now) I wanted to make them a little more mature.  I made this card for my Granddaughter, though she's not a teen yet. It's pretty in pink and full of gems.  Something I think a little girl would like!

 There's more coming up!

Friday, December 2, 2011

Snow Angel - Frosty Kisses

Today I made a card using the Cricut Snow Angel cartridge.  I did the little girl snowman (snowgirl?) probably at 3 to 3 1/2 inches.  She's mounted on pink card stock, on a white card.  I used a wiggly eye, some gold gems for the buttons, and a pearl for her hat.  I added a little bit of stickles diamond for some frost on the hat and lettering. 

The wording comes from Cricut's Winter Woodland cartridge. Thanks, have a good day and a great weekend!