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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Think Pink Week

Good Morning everyone! This week is Think Pink Week over at My Pink Stamper and Cricut Critters they are trying to flood the mailboxes of two crafty ladies in the community of crafter's. They are both going through operations this week for Breast Cancer. You can read about everything on the sites listed above. My good friend Kathy fought a long hard battle with Breast Cancer but passed away this year. This card I made is dedicated to her and will be sent to Monique or Brenda. I will make another card so they both recieve one from me. The card was made using the Cricut Imagine and the Imagine More, Nursery Tail's and Winter Woodland cartridges. The banner was cut at 1.5 inches and the letter's and bird at 1 inch. The church was cut at 3 inches. Thank's for stopping and taking a peek!!

Monday, October 25, 2010

MPS 30 Minute Color Challenge

Good Morning Everyone! Here is my project for My Pink Stamper Pink, Purple and Green color challenge in 30 minutes or under. I used the Forever Young cartridge and made a card in under 30 min. Hope you enjoy! Thank's for stopping!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Cricut Imagine Nursery Tails, Imagine More Cartridge's and Winter Woodland

Good Morning!! This is my 3rd card I made for Tammy's Design Team Call. I hope you enjoy!! On this card I used the regular Winter Woodland cartridge and pattern's from NT and IM cartridges. The card is a 5 x 7 which fit's in a A-7 envelope. The tree's were cut at 5 inches and I inked the edges with Tim Holtz distress ink vintage photo, added Martha Stewart Glitter and used Snow Writer by Deco Art  for the snow cap's. The pattern I used was from the imagine more cartridge. The snowman and lady were cut at 3.5 inches. The pattern for the snowman is from the imagine more cartridge and the snow lady is from the nursery tail's cartridge. I also inked around all edges with Tim Holtz vintage photo, broken china and worn lipstick distress ink and used Martha Stewart glitter and added a gem to each of the scarves. The background is a piece of mulberry paper embossed with the cuttlebug's snowflake folder then torn around the edges and inked.

Cricut Imagine Is Here

 Hope all of you will have a good day!! I stalked the UPS man on Tuesday and he finally arrived!!! Soooo excited. Got it out of the box, set up and all updates done on the CI and gypsy went great!!! Here are a few pictures of CI's arrival.

Christmas Card

Happy Thursday!! Here is another card I made using the Christmas Card cartridge. Everything is cut at 5 inches. I inked all of the edges with Tim Holtz distress ink. I wanted the scalloped frame to look like metal so I distressed with Tim Holtz vintage photo and fired brick ink and then sprayed with Tattered Angels glimmer mist in gold. I think it turned out pretty good...what do you think? Hope you enjoy!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Christmas Card

Happy Tuesday!! First Christmas Card made with Christmas Cards Cart and my Expression. Everything cut at 5 inches.
Christmas Tree Card product's used:
Pattern Paper- Cloud 9 seasonal paper pack
Card-Coredinations cardstock
Star-glitterd with Martha Stewart glitter
Ornament's on tree added some stickles.
Inked around everything with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo distress ink.
Hope you enjoy!!

Stalking the UPS Man

Good Morning everyone. This afternoon I will be stalking the UPS Man!!! My new Imagine is out for delivery and I cannot wait for that huge box to arrive! Oh and with all the updates to the Imagine and the Gypsy it is even going to be harder to wait! Can't wait to play!!! Hope all of you have a Great Day!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Happy Huntings

Hope you are having a great Thursday! This project is for a challenge over on My Pink Stampers website ( Make something Cute.) I am really having fun with the HH cart. and fell in love with the cute little mice. I cut them out at 5 inches and added Martha Stewart Halloween Classic Glitter and some pen stitching around the hat and cape of one of the mice. I actually made 8 of them and am going to scatter them around my house. Hope you enjoy!!!

Happy Huntings

I hope all of you are having a great day! I made these treat bag's for My Pink Stamper (Make something for Halloween Challenge.)I just took plain paper lunch bag's and decorated them. I used the Martha Stewart Drippy Goo Punch, font is HH vampire font and the paper is from the Cloud 9 paper pack. I think my nieces Anna and Kayla will get a kick out of them. Thank's for stopping by!!!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Cricut Imagine Nursery Tails Cartridge

Happy Wednesday! My project for Tammy's Design Team Call over at CreativeCritterz Imaginations. Card #2 I made with the Imagine. I again inked all the edges with Tim Holtz distress ink (vintage photo). All cuts are layered and I used foam dot's to pop them off the page. I added goggle eyes to the frog to make him fun and the stamp is from My Pink Stamper Punny-licious stamp set. Love them!!! Also used some stickles and a small piece of white felt distressed to the top of the cattail. This is a 5 x7 card which fits in a A7 envelope.

Cricut Imagine Nursery Tails Cartridge

Hello Everyone!
Here is one of the card's I made from the Cricut Imagine for Tammy's Design Team call over at Creative Critterz Imaginations. I inked all of the edges with Tim Holtz distress ink (vintage photo). I also added stickles and gem's to the mushroom and butterflies. Everything is layered and foam dots were used to make the images pop off the card I also curled up the wing's of the butterflies. The border punch was the Fiskars Effervescence. This is a 5 x 7 card which fit's in a A7 envelope. Thank's for taking the time to stop by!!! Hope you have a great day!!!

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

First Post!

Welcome to my blog! I have finally jumped into the blogosphere and have been wanting to for awhile. I have been following Tammy's blog Creative Critterz Imaginations since she launched it for the new Cricut Imagine. I finally broke down and ordered the Imagine during the HSN launch. Sadly I had to return it and am now waiting for a new one to be on it's way. My Imagine was being stubborn and not cutting everything I wanted it to. I must say customer service at Provocraft was awesome and took me through 4 troubleshooting step's but nothing worked, they said it was probably a bad sensor under the blade housing and to send it back to them or HSN. I did manage to get a few cut's out of it and made a few card's with them which I will post later  today or tomorrow. Thank's for stopping by!!