Sunday, October 17, 2010
The first set of treat holders I just used orange and black as I was unsure how they would turn out and did not want to waste my good Halloween paper.
This treat holder is quite small, but can hold a little bag of m&m's or a kit kat etc.
This treat holder fits a kit kat bar just perfectly.
These little bags were alot of fun to make. They are sooo super simple. I used my cricut to cut out the images on the fronts of the bags. The images were cut from the Mini Monsters cartridge.
Side view - they would probaby hold 4 or more little treats. They would also be good as treat bags for a birthday party as they are around the same size.
I am hoping to get some more time to craft this week. I will post again soon (fingers crossed).
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Monday, June 7, 2010
Today I am posting a card that I made for a friend. The panda and bamboo are from the Create a Critter cricut cartridge. The background was embossed using the Cuttlebug. I believe that it is the Diamond Plate. The paper is all from stampin' up.
Monday, March 29, 2010
I would really like to cover some composition notebooks this week for one of my daughters and nieces for Easter, so I am crossing my fingers that I will feel well enough to do this. I have never covered a notebook before, but I am going to give it a shot.
Does anyone have any other fun ideas for the children for Easter?
Monday, March 15, 2010
Here is another card that I made on my own yesterday. It is very simple, but I think that it turned out okay. I wish that I would have layered the brown on top of the green instead of the other way around.
I also made this card using the Cricut Paisley cartridge. I cardlifted the idea from Creations with Christina. I really needed some inspiration and I thought that this card she made was absolutely adorable. I added googly eyes to mine and put it on a white cardbase. I LOVE googly eyes. I would add them to everything if I could. ha ha
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
This is a baby card. I believe the duck on this card is from the Doodlecharms Cricut cartridge. It is very plain and simple.
This card was for a baby boy whose name started with the letter Z. I embossed the brown cardstock using the Cuttlebug D'Vine Swirl embossing folder.
I made this card for my husbands parents. It was for their 40th wedding anniversary. They are farmers. I learnt afterwards that going around the edges of my cuts with chalk would add definition. I will definitely try that technique in the future.