Thursday, September 24, 2009

Expo Card - reminder

Okay, here's the last one for the day. Again with the Scrapbook Expo theme. Same girlies (My sister, soon to be daughter in law and myself). This is a card I made to send to my sister to remind her to take the day off work for the Expo.

Scrapbook Expo

Scrapbook Expo in Sacramento, CA is right around the corner. I made this layout in anticipation of taking some pictures while I'm there. I can hardly wait. I have my shopping list ready!

Thanks Mom

This is a card I made as a special request from my sister to give to my Mom. Hope she likes it.

Feel better soon

Happy Thursday everyone! I am so far behind that I'm going to post a few things today. My Uncle was not feeling well recently and I had been wanting to make a get well card like this for a long time. I think the bed and everything came out really cute. All cuts are from EDPD except the lettering. The doll and the pillow are cut at 4" and the bed is cut at 5". The font is Plantin Schoolbook cut at 1"

Football Birthday Card

Happy Birthday Kevin! I made this card using the new Every Day Paper Dolls Cartridge cut at 4".

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Cupcake Birthday Card and Envelope

Here is a cute little cupcake card and matching envelope that I made using the Cricut Wild Card cartridge. I used lots of stickles glitter glue for the candles. Love the different colors. TFL

Purrrfect Birthday

Happy Thursday everyone! Today is my Friday, so I'm super happy. Tomorrow I'll be at the Oakland A's game with my hubby's business - having a big customer appreciation day. I'll be the photographer - so lots of pictures! Today I'm posting a card that I made last night. I've seen these Tri-shutter cards on line and had to try one. I still need a little practice, but love the concept. This one will be for my SIL. Hope she likes it.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Highlighted in the Cricut Chirp

Hi everyone. I am so excited that my card was highlighted in the Cricut Chirp. It was dated September 14, 2009, Vol 173. I just recently set up my blog and started posting my cards on the Cricut message board, so I was very surprised. Everyone on the message boards have such beautiful things posted. I didn't think any of my cards would ever make it in the Chirp. I have definitely got to step up my game now. It's so nice of Provo Craft to provide the Chirp and the message boards so that we can all get inspiration and motivation from each other. I, for one, am now motivated to do even more and to do a better job. Thanks to everyone that took the time to post comments - another form of motivation. Cindy

Friday, September 11, 2009

Thinking of you

I got a phone call from my Dad a few days ago to let me know that this weekend is Grandparents day. (he tells me that every other month or so, so I wasn't sure if it really was or not) I looked at the calendar and sure enough - Grandparents day is September 13th! Yikes! I got busy and put some Grandparent cards together. This one is for my Mom. I used paper from the Rhonna Farrer Autumn Leaves paper stack and Alphalicious Cricut cartridge for the sentiment - cut at 1 3/4". I'm mailing it today and hope she gets it tomorrow ;)

Cricut celebration

Cricut is celebrating their 100th cartridge release. Check out their link to find out more details. See below from Cricut.
Help us celebrate our 100th Cricut cartridge—Winter Woodland! That’s right, we reached 100 cartridges. As a thank you for our great Cricut community members we want you to celebrate with us. So, we’re giving away 100 cartridges over the next five weeks (20 per week). Here’s how it will work. Each week we will be posting a thread. When you respond to the thread you will be entered to win. You can enter once by replying and you can enter a second time by posting on your blog about the celebration and linking back to the cartridge product page. Here is the link to include in your blog. Once you’ve posted on your blog with the link back you can post again to this thread. this may be helpful :) Thanks for your continued support. Good luck. <> _____________________________AdminBecky

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Soccer Girl

Here's another Everyday PD card. I made this one for a co-workers daughter that plays soccer. It seems like every week they're going somewhere for a game or a tournament. Hope she likes it. Thanks for looking.

Nurse Card

Love, love, love the new Everyday Paper Dolls Cart. It has everyone! I made this card for my sister. She works at a hospital full time and is also going to school to further her education. She doesn't get much spare time and certainly not enough time for crafting. The inside of the card says, "You deserve a break today". Of course I mean a break to have craft time - not a broken leg or anything. Heehee.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Too sweet

Another card. Not sure when I'll get back to scrapbooking. I'm having way too much fun with cards right now. this one was made using the sucker from PDDU cut at 6 1/2", the blast back drop from Plantin SB cut at 3" and the lettering is from Teardrop at 1".

It's a little hard to see the "t" at the end of sweet in this picture. After I took this I moved the ribbon a little higher out of the way.

How the "Whoot" are you?

This is just a fun little card to say "hi". I used Pooh & Friends cart. Owl is cut at 4", the tree branch was cut at 5" and the beehive was cut off. The letters are Plantin SB cut at 1".

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Back to School

This isn't the best picture, but you get the idea. I made this card for my husbands God-Daughter. She just went off to college and we wanted to wish her the best of luck and lots of fun. The font is Plantin Schoolbook.

21st Birthday

Here's a picture of the birthday card I did for my older son, Michael. I really can't believe I'm old enough to have a son that is 21! I used Life's A Beach cartridge for this one and also for my previous post of my younger son's Poker Birthday card. Love this cartridge. Thanks for looking.

Poker Shark Card

This past weekend we celebrated the birthdays of our two boys. Michael turned 21 and Christopher (our little poker player) turned 18. I had to make them extra special cards for these extra special birthdays. These pictures are the front and inside of Christopher's "Poker" Birthday card.

Blessed are the children of scrapbookers, for they shall inherit the scrapbooks.