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PostDateIcon July 21st, 2010 | No Comments

Today’s card was made for a Challenge over at Cardz Tv. Mary has a really fun Christmas In July challenge going on right now. Be sure to check it out!

The Challenge was to use ribbon, lace and a button. You could use one or all three. I chose to use lace and ribbon. The card base is Bazzill Kraft cardstock, the sentiment is from Inkadinkado, the lace is from my dear friend Susan and the flower was handmade by me. I added gold paint, gold perfect pearl mist and a red gem for some holiday pizazz. I finished off the card by rounding the bottom corners.

Thank you for coming by! Happy Christmas in July! 🙂

Christmas In July!

To make the flower I used my scallop circle punch.

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PostDateIcon January 15th, 2010 | No Comments

Here’s my Hot Stuff Dino card!!

Getting the heart to cut like that was an accident. Because I put the patterned paper on the Cricut cutting mat the wrong way. But it gave the heart a fun look so I had to use it! 🙂 The paper already had scallop edges. But you could easily duplicate this look by cutting part the heart with a scallop scissor or using a scallop punch.

This Valentine card was made using the following products:

Large heart was cut using the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge Large heart patterned paper – Target Dollar Bin, 5 x7 paper Dino stamp – Inkadinkado Dino was colored using watercolor pencils Sentiment (I’m Yours, Be My Valentine) – Inkadinkado Ribbon – Martha Stewart Small heart punch – Marvy Uchida Iridescent Ice embossing powder – On wings & around heart Clear Embossing powder – On small heart in Dino’s hands Faux stitching – White Gelly Roll pen.

Card Front - Hot Stuff Dino

Hot Stuff Dino!

Close up of clear embossing.

I'm Yours sentiment is from Inkadinkado

Be My Valentine sentiment is from Inkadinkado

To watch the Hot Stuff Card video follow this link,  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9xwTQCwY2w

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PostDateIcon January 15th, 2010 | No Comments

A little Valentine card made using Bazzill Kraft cardstock, papers from the Target Dollar Bin & a Martha Stewart heart punch. Hearts are popped up using 1/16 inch pop-dots. A small red button with white string was added to one of the hearts. Sentiment stamp is from Inkadinkado. It was stamped with black Staz-On ink. To finish off this quick and easy Valentine’s Day card, I added white faux stitching around border.

Hope you like this. It’s really quick and doesn’t take a lot of supplies.

Card Front

Hearts!

Hearts punched out using Martha Stewart heart punch.

To watch the Be My Valentine video follow this link, http://www.youtube.com/user/TikiBoo78#p/a/u/1/nfUEvh9t8CQ

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PostDateIcon January 11th, 2010 | No Comments

Working on Valentine cards tonight. Only got two finished. But they are turning out really cute. I will have videos & pictures up this week.

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PostDateIcon January 1st, 2010 | No Comments

Hi, today I would like to share my handmade gift tags and a Reindeer treat bag topper. I also posted a video below the pictures.

I cut the Christmas gift tags using my Cricut and the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge. The Reindeer treat bag topper was an idea that I saw online by multiple people. I cut the top note shape on my Circut using Accent Essentials. The eyes and nose were punched using my Creative Memories circle punches. I free handed the antlers and ears. I used UTEE on the red nose and embossed the antlers with the D’vine Swirls cuttlebug folder. I inked inside the ears with pink pigment ink, then around the antlers and top note with brown pigment ink and tea dye distress ink. Lastly I added faux stitching around the top note.

I used my topper’s to top treat bags filled with doggy treats for the pets of my family and friends. I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas!!

Christmas Gift Tags

Tags sprayed with homemade Perfect Pearls Mist.

Reindeer Treat Bag Topper

Closeup of Reindeer

Antlers embossed with Cuttlebug folder D'Vine Swirls

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