Thursday, September 30, 2010
My Friend Jennifer's Birthday is October 26th. Her birthday is a big deal and she makes sure everyone at works knows it : ). I made her a paper chain countdown to put at her desk. I used Cricut Storybook for the base, Frame, and Birthday Girl. I used Doodle charms cupcake. Misc paper was used for the chain. I added 3 decorative clip ons (26, J, and Happy Birthday) using a mini clothespin. Stamps: Stampin up Think Happy Thoughts and Misc letters and numbers. I used Stampin up 1 1/4" circle punch and scalloped punch.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
I made this gift box for my boss at work. He LOVES Lady Ga Ga. I used a checkbook box as the base, covered it with decorative paper. Made 2 paper rosette's (black 1 1/2" & Sheet music 1 1/4") I used a chip board star covered with glitter glue. I punched a magazine picture for the center using a 1 1/4" punch. I printed the "Happy Birthday Scott" onto cream paper. I plan to fill with red/cream tissue paper, his favorite chewing gum, and a gift card to Starbucks.... It came together quickly and I'm happy with the way it turned out. I hope he likes it!
Sunday, September 12, 2010
I followed the Flower Pot Pocket Card tutorial on Splitcoaststampers.com. I gave it my own spin by adding crimped base, distressing, stampin up punches (flowers, oval, scalloped), stampin up sentiments and bird stamps. I've been wanting to try this for a long time..... and love the way they turned out...
Saturday, September 11, 2010
I made this simple Halloween Card using my Cricut.
Card 4 1/2 x 11" (scored at 5 1/2)
Orange panel 5 1/4" x 4"
Black panel 5" x 3 3/4"
Spider Web- white- Wild Card Cartridge- 4"
Spider-Purple-Doodle Charms Cartridge 3 1/2"
Happy Halloween Stamp-Katie & Co.
Oct 31st stamp (inside) Katie & Co.
I spent the day at Stamp Camp
put on By Anne Brown
I had so much fun! We got to make
all these projects and each won a
door prizes as well.
I won a Bone Folder.
Magnet Owl/bottle cap Board
Owl Powdered drink holder
Frankenstein Treat Box
Dracula Treat Box
Mummy Treat Box
Christmas Gift Bag
Ornament Gift Holder
Coaster mini album
Reindeer Gift Card Holder
M&M treat bags with topper
Napkin Ring/Candy Bar Wrapper
Now I'm totally inspired to start crafting for the holidays.....
Along with my friends Alyssa, Marie (pictured above), and Rona I made these little gift boxes. I found the gift boxes at Dollar Tree 8 for $1.00. We used punches to create the body and free handed the antenna. We filled them with Candy and a special note and gave them to our friends and co-workers. They loved them! Really quick inexpensive idea with cute results.
2" circle Black for body (Crimped)
2" circle Red for the wings
Standard hole punch for the spots
1" circle punch for the head
White Gel pen for outlining (we did a _ . pattern)
small goggly eyes