Saturday, June 26, 2010
here. Check out all my challenge entries for the week here.
this one at the Cuttlebug Challenge site. We finally decided to make a Tic-Tac-Toe game, using one-inch pieces. We used our Cricut Expression with Sure Cuts A Lot to cut the letters on chipboard, then covered them with Stampin Up paper (red) and another paper that I can't remember who the company is. We also cut the board out of chipboard and covered it with paper from the DCWV All About Boys stack. We love the way it turned out! Very fun! We are going to include it in a birthday package for a friend who is turning 6 next week. Check out the rest of our fun challenge entries here.
I really like this color combination. It worked out well. I am enjoying doing these challenges--A LOT! I have had to make a rule...no work that I can't actually USE! This card is for a friend who is starting a new adventure! Check out the Moxie Fab Tuesday Trigger, and check out my other challenge entries here.
here. Check out the Moxie Fab World Bicycle Challenge here. Have a fabulous week.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
My very good friend Loretta is getting married next month! Exciting, I know. She has been with me through many professional and personal ups and downs, and I so wanted to do something really special for her wedding--so I volunteered to make the invitations--320 of them. It was a long process, but they turned out beautiful. She was so happy with them. Her fiance is a Texan, so she wanted to incorporate blue bonnets. I found these stamps at Deadbeat Designs--love, love, love those stamps. I hand colored them with SU markers. I really like how the whole look turned out.
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Saturday, June 12, 2010
I don't have Stretch Your Imagination, so I used Everyday Paper Dolls and Accent Essentials. Since Father's Day is just around the corner, I decided to try something for my beloved father-in-law. I used the stars Cuttlebug folder in my Sizzix Textured Impressions, then cut out the stars and used the white Martha Stewart paint pen. The interior paper is from the DCWV All About Boys stack. I used the red Martha Stewart glitter paint pen for the lettering. I love how it turned out. I have never made one of these cards before, but I will be making many more in this style. I love, love, love how fun it is. I finally organized my crafting space, and it's nearly summer vacation, so more will be coming!