Archive for the ‘Birthday’ Category

PostDateIcon September 28th, 2011 | No Comments

Hi Crafty Friends! Today I’d like to share with you a Birthday card. My brother asked me to make a Birthday card for his friends son. He told me that Paxton loves airplanes. So I went searching through my cartridges and found this little airplane image on Everyday Paper Dolls.

I’m also entering this card into Lawnscaping Challenge #18. The challenge is “Getting Texty”. I just love my Lawn Fawn stamps! Harold’s Abc’s are so easy to use and always looks so awesome! Be sure to head on over to Lawnscaping and check out the newest challenge!

White stitching really jazzes up the airplane.

I just love how the airplane is pulling the birthday banner.

Lawn Fawn alpha stamps are just the best!


Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me such sweet comments!


PostDateIcon September 9th, 2011 | No Comments

Hi Crafty Friends! Today I’m sharing with you my Design Team card for Cricut Cardz Challenge #90. The challenge is to make a card using the Card Feature. You can use any cartridges and colors that you’d like. I apologize for this post going up so late!

My card measures 3.75 x 5.5. When open the card measures 10 x 5.5. I hope you like my card and once again I’m so sorry for posting this so late. But better late than never I suppose. Please watch the video below for a detailed look at the card. Thanks for playing along with us!

Please join on September 14th at our new location at Cardz TV!!! See you there! πŸ™‚

I just love this card! Festive and Fun!

VersaMark and clear embossing powder really make this bottle shine!

Perfect sentiment and lots of space to write your message.



PostDateIcon May 25th, 2011 | No Comments

Hey there Crafty Friends! Today I’m sharing with you a really fun & cute card! I made this card for Lawnscaping Challenge #10.

The challenge is to make a project incorporating Polka Dots! Of course you should use your Lawn Fawn stamps if you have some but it’s not necessary to play along.Β  I love my little card and hope you do too!



I think that's the cutest little penguin ever!


I colored the Penguin with Copic Markers and glittered him with Doodlebug glitter!


Card Recipe:

  • Card Measures – 3.50 x 3.50
  • Penguin Stamp – Lawn Fawn, Critters in the Snow
  • Balloon Stamp – Hero Arts, Monster Fun
  • Sentiment Stamp – Studio g, icling
  • Background stamp – Inkadinkado, Polka Dot
  • Cardstock – Recollections & Bazzill
  • Patterned Paper – Making Memories, English Garden
  • Ink – Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin Up Yo Yo Yellow
  • Distress Inks – Tea Dye, Antique Linen
  • Stampendous Clear Embossing Powder
  • Copic Marker – C1
  • Glitter – Doodlebug
  • Martha Stewart Fringe Scissors
  • Corner Rounder – We R Memory Keepers
  • Scotch Foam Adhesive


PostDateIcon March 14th, 2011 | No Comments

Hi Crafty Friends! Today I’m sharing with you a card and gift box I made for my Niece RyLee. A couple weeks ago she turned 13 and I wanted to make her some special items.

The first items were requested by my parents. They asked me to make a card and a gift box for the gifts they were giving her. The cupcake card is cut from my Wild Card cartridge. I dressed it up with some embossing, glitter and pretty patterned paper. You can watch a video describing the card and gift box in more detail by clicking here.


I love how pink and girly this card is.


I added a pocket to the inside so her grandparents could add some cash!


I also cut the matching envelope. It's awesome!


Alphabet stamps are from Heidi Swapp. The Happy Birthday sentiment is from The Greeting Farm.


I also cut the Flower Box from Bags, Tags, Boxes and More. I decorated the outside with stamps, ribbon, markers and EKSuccess and Stampin Up Punches.


This box was cut at the largest size and was perfect for a pair of earrings.


For one of my gifts to her I altered a Composition notebook. She loves dance and is a very beautiful and talented dancer. So I knew right away that a Ballerina on the front would be perfect. This is the first altered notebook I have made and look forward to making more! I’ll have a video on my YouTube channel of what products I used very soon.


Beautiful, feminine and vintage. Exactly what I was aiming for.


Paper collections: K & Company, Cut 'n Paste and Life's Journey.


I hope you enjoyed this pink filled post! I had a lot of fun creating these items but it was even more fun to see her smile when she received them! Thanks for stopping by today! Also to those that are following and subscribing to my blog, thank you so much! Have a wonderful week everyone!

PostDateIcon January 27th, 2011 | No Comments

Hello Crafty Friends! How are you today? I’m doing good. It’s a chilly 48 degrees out but the sun is shining so that makes me happy! I have a couple crafty projects I’m going to fit into my schedule today. Are you working on any projects?

Today I’m sharing a card I made for two challenges. The first is Mary’s challenge at Cardz Tv. The challenge is to make project with a cupcake on it. The second is Robyn’s challenge at My Pink Stamper. The challenge is to make a project with a birthday theme. For a closer look please click on the pictures.


I love that cupcake!


I used my swirls cuttlebug embossing folder and glitter to make the cupcake extra cute and yummy!


Happy Birthday is from The Greeting Farm - Happy Chef, Cupcake is from Basic Grey - Cakes.


I used the cupcake from the Create A Critter cartridge, patterned paper, Fiskars threading water punch, swirls embossing folder, glitter, ribbon and a stamped sentiment. I kept the card clean, simple and cute!

Thank you so much for coming by and leaving a comment. I appreciate it so much! Have a wonderful Thursday! πŸ™‚

PostDateIcon October 13th, 2010 | No Comments

Good morning! I hope everyone is having a good week so far! Today’s card is my Design Team card for Cricut Cardz Challenge #46. This weeks challenge is “Anything Goes”. So you can use any cartridges, colors and theme you’d like! Couldn’t be easier to play along. And I hope you do!! I have enjoyed seeing all your beautiful and creative cards. Also I would like to say thank you so much for all your kind and sweet comments. I really do appreciate each one and they totally make me smile!

So with that said, here’s my card. I used the Create A Critter cartridge, sentiment and starfish is from Stampin’ Up, Crab and Company (retired set). After I took pictures I decided to add some white stitching around the sandcastle door. To see a video of me explaining how I made this card in detail click here to be taken to my youtube video.

That little crab is killing me with his cuteness! I hope you love it as much as I do. Be sure to stop by Cricut Cardz Challenge and play along this week. You may be the lucky winner and be entered into the grand prize drawing for October!!! Have a wonderful day. Hugs!

I also entered this card into My Pink Stamper‘s “Make Something Cute” challenge!


Snappy Birthday to all the October babies!



A little glitter on the starfish makes him super happy!



I <3 this crab! There's no way you can look at him and not smile. Just look at those glittery little cheeks! πŸ™‚



I made the gems with crystal effects and copic markers! They are so pretty and easy to make. The shell is cut from iridescent vellum paper.


PostDateIcon May 13th, 2010 | No Comments

Today’s card is a cute little birthday card! This card is entered in Paper Cutz Challenge #40 and Stamp Something Challenge #100. Paper Cutz Challenge required us to make a projectΒ  for a child’s birthday with a zoo animal. Stamp Something required us to make a project for a birthday.

This card features stamps from Sassafras and Studio g. The sun is cut from the Create A Critter cartridge and the leaves are cut from Paper Doll Dress Up. The sky is inked with Broken China Distress Ink, the monkey is colored with Copic Markers and the hippo is embossed with clear embossing powder.

Thanks for taking a look at my card today! I appreciate your sweet comments!

Big Birthday Wishes!

Cutest little monkey!

Sassafras Hippo!

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