Sunday, September 26, 2010

Cartridge least used

I really had to have the Summer in Paris cartridge. I've made one cut from it. As you can probably tell from the card, it's not my favorite. Maybe I just need the right inspiration. A trip there, perhaps:) There is bling on the card but it's hard to see. The picture on the top shows the color more correctly and you can see the bling a little. The other pic shows the dimension. The black design on the background paper is flocked.


This frog is made from scraps of orange, yellow and green. I just got the Create a Critter cartridge and had to try it. I also used the Irock for the green spots. The yellow ribbon is felt ribbon from Michael's . The frog and the sentiment are both popped with foam tape.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Bird card

Still having photography issues. One is too dark, the other is a little off with the colors. The paper is DCWV and MS. The cuts are from the Pagoda cartridge.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Throwback Thursday challenge

This was made with the K and Company Spooktacular paper pad. No cricut involved, although I did use a cuttlebug folder. The rest was cut with a paper cutter or scissors. The ghost is popped with MS foam but it's hard to tell.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Halloween Card

I need to work on my photography skills. The colors are a little off and you can't see the 3D effects. Hmm...
The orange paper has been embossed with a Cuttlebug folder and the image is raised with MS foam dots. The gate is from the October 31st cartridge.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

First challenge

Ok, so I put something up on a challenge for the first time. It's a little unnerving....

This was made for the Cuttlebug Challenge birthday challenge. I'm not sure I'll actually enter it, but it was fun to do. The green background and the top of the cupcake were embossed with 2 different Cuttlebug folders.

This pattern is one of Laura Denison's designs. It is made from Tim Holtz grunge paper. I made it for a friend who likes giraffes (did you figure that part out?).

The image is from Forever Young. The yellow paper was embossed witha Cuttlebug folder.

This CD holder was for a friend who just had her first grandson. I got the pattern off the internet, but forgot to write down who it came from. If I find it again I'll post it. The image is from Child's Year.


I am going to attempt to post one or two pics. Hope it works.