Posts Tagged ‘doodlecharms’

PostDateIcon April 6th, 2011 | No Comments

Hi Crafty Friends!!! Welcome to the Easter Bunny Blog Hop! We are so excited that you are hopping with us today! If you came here by way of the Fabulously Crafty Julie then you are on the right track! If you landed here randomly and would like to join the Hop please start at the beginning at Cricut Cardz Challenge. Be sure you start there because Mary has some great Blog Candy to give away!

For my Hop project I decided to make a magnetic Easter scene. I love crafting with my five year old Nephew so I knew I wanted to make a project that you could do with kids. I also wanted the project to be one that could be made in a short amount of time. I think little ones will love to help make this project as much as they love playing with it. My Nephew tested this out and loved it. He has since requested a red Easter Basket of his own. Please watch the video below to see my project in action!


Easter Basket Goodies!


It's the Easter Bunny!


Chocolate Bunny for me! What about you?


Here's my little nephew having fun!


IĀ  hope you liked my project and get inspired to make some Easter crafts!! I would like to thank Mary & Jeri at Cricut Cardz Challenge for hosting this Awesomely Crafty Hop! Hugs to you both, we appreciate everything you do for the crafting community!

Now before you hop to the next blog, I have some blog candy for one lucky hopper! For your chance to win just leave me a comment (comment button is at the top by the post title). If you’re not following me yet, I’d love for you to be a follower. It’s not required but if you like what you see on my blog then click the follow button! Comments close for blog candy at 11:59pm pst April 7, 2011. I’ll post the winner on the afternoon of April 8th. Winner will have one week to claim their prize before I pick another winner. So please come back and see if you’re the winner!


Blog Candy! Leave a comment for your chance to win! I'll throw in some other goodies too! šŸ™‚


Thank you so much and now I’ll send you on your way to check out Connie’s awesome project just click here!


PostDateIcon March 16th, 2011 | No Comments

Hi Crafty Friends! I’m excited to share with you my Design Team card for Cricut Cardz Challenge #66. This weeks challenge is to make a Thank You card using the Border feature from any cartridge. But you must use the colors white, yellow and blue. I hope you get inspired and come on over to CCC and play along this week!

The flower border from Doodlecharms is the perfect embellishment.

Flowers are embellished with white Pearls from Recollections.


Card Recipe:

  • Card measures 4.25 x 4.25
  • Cartridge – Doodlecharms
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder – Thank You
  • Distress Ink – Broken China
  • Recollections White Pearls
  • Copic Markers – Y02, Y08

Thank you so much for coming by today! Be sure to join us at CCC and you may be chosen for a chance to win the monthly prize! Good luck!

PostDateIcon October 27th, 2010 | No Comments

Hi! How is everyone? I’m doing great! I can’t believe October is coming to a close. It feels like it went by so fast! The cold and rainy weather is definitely here. But it’s perfect crafting weather! So today I have for you my Design Team card for Cricut Cardz Challenge #48! This weeks challenge is to make a card for Thanksgiving using the card feature. You can use any cartridge and colors you like. Super easy and fun! I hope you join us this week.

I decided to make a Thanksgiving Dinner invitation using the Doodlecharms cartridge and paper from DCWV Indian Summer Fall Stack. (Which wasn’t a hard choice since out of all the carts I own this is the only cart with the card feature. Lol.) I used my new Gypsy to design this card so I was able to hide some of the cut lines on the leaves. This is a flat postcard style card that measures 4.25 x 5.50. First I inked the card base, printed wording and the leaves with distress inks in Tea Dye and Vintage Photo. Then I attached the printed wording to my invite. Next I crumpled the leaves, attached them to my card base and dusted perfect pearls in perfect pearl and gold onto them. The wording was typed on my computer and printed using French Script MT font at 22 point. To finish the card I used two brown eyelets at the bottom.

If you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year maybe this will inspire your invitations or perhaps it will inspire you to make a Fall card. I hope you like my invitation. Have a wonderful week and Happy Halloween!!!

Thanksgiving Dinner Invitation

A light dusting of Perfect Pearls gives the leaves a pretty shimmer.

Closeup of turkey cut out and eyelets.

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