Posts Tagged ‘tags bags boxes and more’

PostDateIcon April 13th, 2011 | No Comments

Good morning Crafty Friends! Today’s project was made for Cricut Cardz Challenge #70. This weeks challenge is to make a cupcake wrapper/holder using any cartridges and colors you’d like. I hope you like my Springtime inspired cupcake holder.

 

I can imagine a sweet, decadent cupcake resting perfectly in here. Although at my house, it wouldn't be resting long!

 

I embellished the yellow holder with butterflies, pearls and a delicate border, this basket is both girly and cheerful.

 

Cupcake Holder Recipe:

  • Cartridge, Tags, Bags, Boxes & More
  • Martha Stewart Monarch Butterfly Punch
  • Fiskars Threading Water Punch
  • Studio g, Butterfly Stamp
  • Joann Crafts, Pearls
  • We Are Memory Keepers, Flower Brads
  • Martha Stewart Fringe Scissors, Paper Strips
  • Recollections, Cardstock

 

Thank you so much for visiting me today! I hope you join us at CCC for this great challenge and a chance to be this weeks winner for the monthly prize. Have a wonderful afternoon.

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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!

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PostDateIcon February 16th, 2011 | No Comments

Hello my dear Crafty friends! I haven’t blogged in a while and need to get back on track.  So today I am sharing my Design Team card for Cricut Cardz Challenge #62! This weeks challenge is to use a cup image from any cartridge. You may also use any colors you’d like.

My card measure 4.5 x 4.5. To make the card I used the Gypsy Wanderings cartridge for the the cup and gold shape. I used the Tags, Bags, Boxes and More cartridge to cut the tag. I used the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder and the Fiskars Hearts Texture Plate to dry emboss. The hearts in the cup are from a Martha Stewart punch. I had fun making my card and think it turned out really playful and cute. I hope you like it!

 

Lots of layers and textures make this card extra fun!

 

Peachy Keen faces really bring the hearts to life!

 

Sentiment is from Hampton Art.

 

Thanks for checking out my card. If you’d like to play along please head on over to Cricut Cardz Challenge. I can’t wait to see what you come up with for this challenge.

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