Merry Christmas to ALL.
I'm so glad that I had the opportunity to play with my scrap stash and tools. Seems these days, I'm always purchasing and never making anything.
Glad I had a chance to make some Christmas cards this year!!! Afterall, It's the MOST wonderful time of the YEAR!
I hope to use this blog to share some of my handmade cards as well as some of my scrapbook pages and maybe a few pics here and there that may or may not make it to a scrapbook page.
Scrapping for me is simply a fun hobby that I don't do often enough. More often than not, I'm a collector of all things scrap... i.e. tools, paper, embellishments...
Now to become motivated... Maybe this blog is just the way to do it...
Enjoy and come back SOON!
Merry Christmas to ALL.
Labels: Cards (Holiday)
Can't believe I haven't posted since June... Time sure flies...
To get back into the swing of things, I thought I'd start with the cards I enjoy making the most, SHAPED CARDS! Shaped cards are quick and easy... Plus I had some help with the Cricut Wild Cards 2 cartridge. I decided to make matching envelopes - also compliments of the Wild Cards 2 cartridge.
CCC has another fun challenge and just in time to get those Father's Day cards made. You guessed it! The challenge is to make a Father's Day card using any Cricut cartridge and any colors.
My quickie card was made using the Elegant Edges and Every Day Paper Doll cartridges.
Now it's your turn. Go HERE to particpate... Show us your take on the challenge.
CCC has another great challenge this week. Make a card using flowers with any Cricut Cartridge and any colors. Pretty simple, right?
I made a little "Just Because" card that I like so much that I think I'll duplicate and make a set!
I used Kate's ABC's for the flower and George to weld the circles to make the scalloped edge.
Your turn!!! Show us your take on the challenge... Go HERE if you do!
Time to show off your Mother's Day Cards. The Cricut Cardz Challenge made it easy this week. Use any Cricut Cartridge and any color to make a Mother's Day Card. How easy is that?
I made a simple card using the Flower Shoppe cartridge. The stamped sentiment is from Papertrey Ink.
Stop by the CCC BLOG and join in on the fun. We'd love to see your take on this challenge.
The Cricut Cardz Challenge theme for this week is April Showers. Make a card for any occasion using an umbrella, rain boots, clouds, raindrops, puddles, etc. from any cartridge(s) and using any colors you'd like.
I chose to make a "pick me up" card using he "Everyday Pop Up" and "George" cartridges.
Now it's your turn. First drop by the Cricut Cardz to see what the other designers have made. Then show us your take on the challenge.
We'll be stopping by to see what you've done.
There's a fun challenge at CCC this week. Make any type card using any Cricut Cartridge and any colors. Just be sure to use a "Frame" cut.
I used the Accent Essentials cartridge for the flowers and I used Elegant Edges for the frame.
It's your turn drop by the CardzTV / Cricut Cardz Site and play along!
This week @ Cricut Cardz, the design team was asked to make a birthday card using a cupcake or cake. You can use any cartridge and any colors.
I used the Cricut cartridge "Something to Celebrate" for the cake cut and I used Plantin Schoolbook for the matching envelope.
Join in on the fun. Let us see your take on this challenge. Drop by CCC / CardzTV for details.
Love is in the air @ Cricut Cardz!!! This week the design team was asked to make a Valentine's Day card using any cartridge and any colors. I made this simple 4.5 X 4.5 card using the Cricut Paper Lace and Ribbons & Rosettes Cartridges.
Funny, I got the heart from the Ribbons and Rosettes cartridge, but I made my rosettes using the Sizzix 3-D flower die cut.
Now it's your turn. Drop by Cricut Cardz to see what the other design team members are making; then you play along.
Happy New Year everyone. Here's wishing you a blessed, peaceful, and prosperous
I'm starting the year out with a Cricut Cardz Challenge which is simply to make a Happy New Year card using any cartridge and any colors.
I used the Simply Charmed cartridge for the champagne bottle and I used Flower Shoppe for the tiny rosette.
Join in with us @ CCC and let us see your take on this challenge.