Monday, November 25, 2013
I joined a recipe swap on the Cricut message board. We had to make 20 pages of a Christmas cookie recipe. Here is what my final project looked like. The recipe is called Chocolate Mint Cookies and I used the Cricut Imagine to print and cut the background and the charms. Used some vellum to make the pocket and did some ribbon ties with the charms and a bit of viva decor pen on the background for extra pizazz. This second photo is of two pages, one all together and the other what can be seen when the recipe cards are removed from the pocket. The recipe card has a backside full of instructions and then the frosting is just on the front side of the card.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
My beautiful daughter is engaged and planning a fall wedding in 2014. She and hubby-to-be, Mike, have entered a video contest to win a wedding at Pine Peaks in Crosslake MN. Please help out by voting here and share the link with any and everyone that can vote! Thank you so much!!
Sunday, April 28, 2013
I made a dozen thank you cards to gift to a co-worker tomorrow at her shower. I used the cricut cartridge Something to Remember to create the wedding couple on the front of the card folder (folder was inspired by a circlet). The card holder/folder directions are on Caroly'ns blog here and I modified it to fit the 12 cards and envelopes. The cards were created using a Thank You stamp and embossing powder from Stampin' Up and Fiskar's XL Seal of Approval squeeze punch. Background texture was created with the Cuttlebug and Perfectly Paisley folder.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
I made an 8 x 8 layout with plans to add picts of myself and hubby. I used my new Martha Stewart Seasonal cake art cart for the lacy heart background. The hot pink heart is from the card I made DH using the Wild Card Cricut cartridge. The sentiment is from the MS Season cake and the red frame from Wild Card. I used a little washi tape to jazz things up with the red polka dots and paperclip flag.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The Fiskateer blog hosts an online event during CHA and this past weekend there were lots of challenges to take part in. I was only able to complete two so far and wanted to share them on my blog. One challenge was to make a wedding card. I made a 4x4 inch card using my Fiskar trimmer, bubbles border punch, Jenni Bowlin squeeze punch-flight, and the sentiment is also Fiskars - When's the Big Day stamp set.
Sunday, January 6, 2013
My youngest is leaving for Army basic training on Monday so his sister wanted to make a special treat. DD found this idea on pintrest and quickly make some yummy camo cupcakes. The first part was to make the batter, divide in three parts.