Here is an older project that I did last October, explosion boxes. I made a couple of them as thank-yous for a couple friends who helped us out. The title was created with Design Studio to weld the letters together from the Sesame Street Font. All other cuts were made using Paper Dolls Dress Up. I gave some of the cuts some dimension using pop dots.
Saturday, March 13, 2010
This was such a FUN page to create!! I used Lyrical Letters to cut the title of the page, Winter Woodland for the scalloped circles, and A Child's Year for the cupcakes. I used Stickles glitter glue on the frosting of the cupcakes to make them sparkle. I used the VersaMark watermark ink and studio g stamps to create a pattern behind the title. I also added some rub-ons (don't know the brand).
This LO took me a little while to figure out, but I love how it turned out!! The stars and USA are cut using Stars and Stripes cartridge and the stamps are studio g. Little star eyelets are from Oriental Trading.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
This was a fun LO to do. I used Mickey Font for the title and Everyday paper dolls for the school bus. The flower is pop dotted to give dimension and is cut from Accent Essentials. Paper is a stack that I adore by My Minds Eye!
Hoppy Easter is a layout that I did for a challenge over at the Cricut Message Boards. The challenge was to use only the Zooballoo Cartridge for your project. This is what I came up with. I am really happy with how this one turned out! The pattern paper is from the DCWV Nana's Kids stack. I LOVE that stack!! Paper going across the middle is punched on both sides with a Martha Steward border punch.
Monday, March 1, 2010
I used Doodlecharm for the snowman and Winter Woodland for the title and other die cuts. You can't really tell by the pictures but I used glitter/stickles to make the title glitter. This page sat on my desk for months before it finally got finished. Not really happy with it, but I am glad it is finally off my desk!
Here is a page I made today. I used the Cricut Cartridge Lyrical Letters (Jack Sprat font) to do the title. Various papers and embellishments. Still might play with this one a bit, anyone have any suggestions to what I could add?