Here is the card I did for the Mojo Monday sketch this week. The patterned papers are from K and Company Carolyn Gavin Greenhouse paper pad and I just love them. This paper pad is full of my favorite colors and some really cute prints...lots of flowers, butterflies and a really pretty paisley.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
This week the Paper Cutz Challenge was to create
an Easter card without using chicks or bunnies. I used the Easter basket and eggs from Doodlecharms, the branch and from Zooballoo, the butterfly from Paisley and the sign from Walk in my Garden to come up with my card.
Friday, March 26, 2010
This is a card I made for SPCC #40 this week. The colors on the challenge are Chocolate Chip, Really Rust and Pretty in Pink....I used paper from my stash that were close to these. The butterfly is cut from my Paisley cartridge and the flowers are Prima. I'm not very happy with the way it came out but I did discover this butterfly for the first time. I'm sure I'll be using this cut alot.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Here is a card I made for the Mojo Monday sketch challenge this week. The papers I used are from a pack from The Paper Studio called Pink Armadillo. There are some really pretty papers in this pack. The flowers are from a large canister of assorted Prima flowers. I cut the oval with the George cartridge. I think it turned out really pretty.
Friday, March 19, 2010
Thursday, March 18, 2010
This week the Paper Cutz Challenge was "Anything Goes" so I used the color combo from SPCC to come up with card. I've been wanting to use the bee from the Paisley cartridge for a while now and this color combo seemed to work perfectly. I just love the way this came out....the ribbon is from the Target dollar bin and the flower is from a large canister of assorted Prima flowers I got a while back at Hobby Lobby.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
I combined the SP Color Combo and Mojo Monday to come up with this card. I could not figure out what to do with this color challenge at first but I'm happy with the way it turned out.
I used Stretch your Imagination for the glasses and borders. The sentiment is from a package of clear stickers and the ribbon is MS.
Labels: Stretch your imagination
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
This week Cricut Cardz Challenge is to make a Spring card. I had to make another card with this tree from Zooballoo. I have so much fun creating these little scenes. The grass, tree and cloud are from Zooballoo. The butterfly, sign and flowers stems are from Walk in my Garden. The flowers are from a big canister of Prima flowers and the little buttons I found at Wal-Mart.
Monday, March 8, 2010
The Paper Cutz Challenge this week is to make a St. Patrick's Day card and the Just Buggin' challenge is to use the card feature from any Cricut cartridge. I just received A Child's Year on Friday and it really has a variety of cute cuts including some for St. Patrick's Day. This cartridge has some many pretty card features...ones with cut out (like on my card) and ones with different decorative edges.
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Here is a card I made for Mojo Monday sketch challenge and for SPCC color challenge. I just got a large container of flowers and decided to try them on this card. I cut the navy circle tag from A Child's Year which I got in the mail yesterday. This looks like it is going to be a fun cartridge. I used my MS doiley lace border bunch and some cute ribbon I got in the dollar bins at Target. I like the way it came out....even though I did not get to cut very much with the Cricut.
Friday, March 5, 2010
This week the Cricut Cardz Challenge is to make a gate fold card using any any colors and any cartridge. I have this really pretty paisley print paper and decided to use the Paisley cartridge. I wish I had selected a more olive green for the die cuts but I think it looks okay.
I got these really pretty green brads at Hobby Lobby this week and couldn't wait to find something to use them on. There is an assortment of sizes and finishes.. they are very pretty...now I want some other colors.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
The Cricut Cardz Challenge this week was to make a St. Patrick's Day card.
Unfortunately, none of my carts have cuts for St. Paddy's Day I was going to pass on this
one but then I decided I could make my own out of hearts. It is a little boring but at least it got me thinking outside the box. I used part of the stem and the hearts from the bleeding heart flower on Walk in my Garden.