Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Christmas Embellishments

I created these items hoping to use them on Christmas cards, but I thought they would look better on actual pages.  I used the Celebrate with Flourish Cartridge and some Stickles to make them look like actual ornaments. The Blue colored ones look better than the Green one. At least I think so. All of these were cut at 4" each. I used the multi-cut function on the Cricut to cut them out.

Just Some Cards

Christmas Card


My work space

This is what used to be our living room, but since no one really sat up here and I need the space to do my scrap booking, my husband and I turned it into my space. I still have lots of the plastic bins that I store items in, they are all labeled and I know where everything is, until I start Scrapping and make a mess. It is pretty cold in the front of the house, but I love the natural light.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Tinker Bell with Attitude

My 15 year old likes Tinkerbell. This Tinkerbell and my daughter have something in common the "teenage attitude".

Ice Cream Sundaes

A co-worker needed some Sundaes for Bulletin Board that
she was creating and this is what I came up with.

Sweet Treats Princess Birthday Card

When I get a new cartridge, I have had this one for a little bit, I try to create the project that is in the handbook. This way I can get a fill of the functions for that cartridge. This one is from the Sweet Treats Cartridge, Princess Birthday card.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Tinker Bell Birthday Card

I made this card for my niece who will be turning 3 in December.  It was made using the Tinker Bell and Friends Cartridge.  I made the card 3 times before it actually came out right. The eyes are a little hard to assemble.  If you make it larger they are easier, but the smaller the card the harder it is to put the eyes together.  But it looks okay to me and I hope she likes it.  I used regular card stock in a lilac color for the card, the background under Tinker Bell is a piece of dark purple scrap paper that I used from another project and I can't remember what I used to cut it out, Tinker Bell was cut out using the Tinker Bell and Friends cartridge , I adhered a dark brown ribbon to the side of the card and used a rubber stamp with black ink to stamp "Happy Birthday".  The envelope was created using the Wild Card Cartridge (<Peach> cut a t 6"). I adhered each side with Zig 2 way Glue. The stars on the envelope are from the Tinker Bell and Friends cartridge.

Halloween Card from the Wild Card Cricut Cartridge

Boo Card Made with the Cricut Wild Card Cartridge
Inside the Card
This is one of the first projects that I completed with my Cricut Expression using the Wild Card Cartridge. I like the way that you can layer using the different features with the Cricut.