September 28, 2011

Bowl of Apples

This is another great image I got for playing along at the CDAC Progressive Challenge and this images is by Glitter Babe digis.  If you want to join in the fun make sure and check out the CDAC Progressive Challenges you will have to pay $1 to join in and the new images come out October 1st.  You will have two weeks to work with those images and then the next set comes out, the best part about it is all the images after that are FREE, all you have to do is make sure you make at least one project using the images to be reliable to get the next set.  So here is my bowl of apples.
Not sure for what occasion I will use this card so will add a sentiment and finish the inside later.  I used my Promarkers to color the apples because I just did not have the right colors in my Copics, the bowl however was colored using my Copics.  Looks like I have to fill in some gaps in colors of my Copic collection.
I cut down the image and rounded the corners, then  I mounted it on a piece of olive green paper.  I took my Tim Holtz distressing tool and distressed the edges of both pieces and added some red square brads to the corners.
I also added Glossy Accents to the apples. I think they look pretty cool.  I added a couple buttons on top of each other with brown cord off to the side op top of a green strip of paper that I Cuttlebugged with a button pattern.

Thanks for stopping by and I would love for you to leave a comment.

Challenges for this card
CDAC Progressive Challenges   Use free image  ends  - 9/30
Penny's Challenges   Anything goes   ends  -  10/11
Make it Monday   Always anything goes   ends  -  10/2

Fall Sunflower Birthday

Well according to the calendar it is Fall, but you can't tell by the temperatures we have been having here is Arizona.  We have still been in the high 90s, I am so ready for it to cool off.  So I thought making a Fall like card might help me remember it is Fall.  This image is a freebie JustInked image that I got to use for participating in the CDAC Progressive Challenge.  It is a lot of fun and if you want to get in on it the cost is only $1, it was free if you started from the beginning. You get a set of new images to work with every two weeks.   Check out the CDAC link HERE as the new images come on October 1st just a few days away.
I am really working on coloring with my Copics and feel like I am making some progress.  I colored the sunflower and the butterfly I did twice so I could layer the second one on top.  The top butterfly I covered with Crackle Accents to make it a little stronger and to give it shine and texture.  After I colored the sunflower I had a little trouble trying to figure what colors I should use on the butterfly.  Then when I picked out the paper I was going to use for the frame it helped me to pick the colors. The paper is from the DCWV Autumn stack from last year, hard to see in the picture but there are light dots on it.  The whole frame background is pop dotted to give it more of a framed/window look.   The happy birthday I cut using the Martha Stewart All Occasions Cake Art cartridge and flood filled the color using my Imagine to match my color scheme.  Love my Imagine for being able to get that perfect color I need.  The leaves in the corner are from a package I bought last year at Michaels and I added a brad I made using my i-Top brad maker.  I love that thing, it makes it so easy to make something to match your project.
Here is a closer shot of the butterfly.  If you look close you can see some of the crackle.  I also used my chalked to shade the white behind the image to tone down the white a bit.  To set the chalk I sprayed the whole thing with Glimmer Mist and it also gave it a bit of shimmer.  This card is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, (a letter sized piece of paper folded in half) I am really beginning to enjoy making these bigger cards, something I have been inspired to do by blogging buddy at The Cricut Couple blog.  OMG if you have never visited there blog you are really missing something.  They have to be some of the most talented card makers out there.

I am so glad you stopped by today, I really do love to read you comments so let me know what you think of this card.  I will be my daughter's birthday card (hope she doesn't visit my blog) which is in November.

Challenges for this card
Make it Monday   Always anything goes   ends  - 10/2

September 27, 2011

A Clean & Simple Birthday card

Hello everyone, this week at Crafty Creations our challenge is to make a "clean & simple" birthday card.   I really love this style of card but some how have a hard time making one.  Amy is out hostess this week and not really sure how she is keeping up with it as she just got married on Sunday!  Congratulations and best wishes Amy to you and your new hubby.
OK, back to challenge, our sponsor is

The winner will receive 4 digital images from Elizabeth Mae Designs

Here is my clean & simple card for this week
I am pretty please with how it turned out.  It is an A2 (5 1/2 x 4 1/4)size card I haven't made a card this sizes in ages, but I knew I wanted to use my Cuttlebug and emboss it and since most of the folders are A2 I thought I would make the card this size.   Both the flower image and the happy birthday are Gina K Design stamps and they are heat embossed with a purple pearl embossing powder, to match the pearl white paper I used..   The oval are cut with my Spellbinders.  I even finished the inside.
Rather simple, but at least I finished it.  LOL   So come join in birthday cards are always easy to make.  Don't forget to post your creation on Crafty Creations Challenge blog.  You have till October 4th.  

Challenges for this card.
Allsorts Challenge   Clean & Simple   ends  - 9/30
Make it Monday  Always anything goes   ends  - 10/1
Truly Scrumptious   Clean & Simple   ends  - 10/4
Simon Says   Anything Goes  9/30

September 26, 2011

Baby girl card

Hi, I don't really need a baby girl card right now so this one will go in my stash box. I made it because I thought the theme where I am on the design team was babies but it wasn't so to my stash box this will go.  But that is OK because we do have a great-granddaughter coming in November.
I like the way it came out.  All the cuts are from the Cricut cartridge New Arrival.  It is an older cartridge so i was so glad I got to pull it out and use it.   The top part I embossed using my Martha Stewart score board and the envelope insert.  I love that you can make this nice diagonal pattern and ti can be any size.
Here is a couple of close ups.

I added pearls here and there because I just could not resist adding some bling!
Well thanks for stopping by to take a peak at my card.  I would love it if you left a comment so that I know you were here.  :).

Challenges for this card
Make it Monday  Always anything goes   ends  10/2
New Challenge every Saturday  for a child   ends -  10/1
Whoopsie daisy Challenge   make your own embellishments   ends  10/2

September 23, 2011

Birthday Party Hat & Balloons

This card is very bright and shinny.  I made it following a sketch (of course).
The card is 6 1/2 by 5 inches,  The party hat and balloons are cut from the Celebrations cartridge.  The cuts were cut from glitter paper, the balloons I ran through the Cuttlebug with 3 different folders, then covered each with Diamond Glaze, pretty neat because the glitter shows through the Diamond Glaze.  I also covered the hat with Diamond Glaze and then added some bling to it.
I cut the "happy birthday" using the Create a Critter from the same glitter paper.
I glued it to the white square and then put matching brads on the corners.  Then I forgot that I wanted to run it through the Cuttlebug, so I thought well what the heck I will still run it through, so it embossed the happy birthday AND it also smashed the brads and left the embossing pattern on them.  That is how much pressure out little Cuttlebug's can put on things.  You can see it better in this picture.

I tied some cord around the bottom of the balloons then mounted them with different heights of pop dots.

Thanks for stopping by, i hope you enjoyed looking at my card and while you are hear take a look around my blog and I hope you find other cards you like.

Challenges for this card
Kaboodle Doodles  Layers   ends -  9/25
Simon Says Stamps  dies and/or punches   ends  - 9/27
Ooh La La  dies cuts/punches   ends  - 10/2
Make it Monday  Always anything goes  ends  - 9/25
The Paper Shelter  Anything Goes   ends  - 9/27

September 21, 2011

Birthday Fairy

Well it was nice to have that one week break over at Crafty Creations, time to get a few things done and get caught up or just kick back.  I was still in my room everyday working on cards but it was nice to have that small break from a deadline.  Also at the Cricut Circle blog the challenge this month was create something about a window.  I think this is a window type card

Our hostess this week is our talented Deena and she has challenged us use images from our sponsor Lily of the Valley stamps.  She has some very very pretty images and you could win a voucher to use at her digi shop if you play along and win.  So your challenge is to use fairies on your cards or whatever you decide to make.  I chose this cute little girl fairy.
I am not a fairy person but I am so happy with how this card came out.  There are a couple special things going on here on this card.  I colored her using my Copic markers, I was going to use my Prisma Pencils because I think I am a bit better at shading with them but I went ahead and used the Copics and am please with how it came out.  The only think that is a bit messed up is the sentiment, I stamped it and heat embossed it with a Gina K stamp, but a little of it smeared, I guess I had too much ink on the stamp.
One of the kind of special things is I cut the frame using the Storybook cartridge and used the negative or what was left after the center was cut out.  I then cut it again out of chipboard so that it would be sturdy to pop up.  I sprayed it with Glimmer Mist and without thinking I glued it to the chipboard, then I remembered I wanted to run it through my Cuttlebug, and I though "oh no it will be too thick" but I went ahead a tried it and with a lot of really pushing the handle it went through.  I am surprised I did not break my plates! Plus the card is 5 x 7 so I had to each end through to get the whole thing embossed.
 I added some pink and green pearls around the edge of the from to dress it up.  This card had a lot of sparkle on it.  I added some stickles to her wings to give them a glittery look and small shiny sticker spots to her headband and wand.  Also a pearl for her pony tail.
You can see that a bit better in this picture.  In the left corner I wadded up some holographic type paper that I had bought at Michaels on clearance a couple years ago.  I glued some ribbon flower onto that wadded up paper.  The pink background paper is the special part, as I was cleaning my room last week I found a few sheets of paper that I had MADE a long long time ago.  My hubby had made me a wooden frame that sat over a box.  He put screen inside the frame for me to put the paper pulp on and press out the moisture into the bottom box. I can remember grabbing what ever I could to add to my paper, I love the way the screen print shows through as a texture. This is a great way to recycle things also, the pulp is made mostly from wold paper that I shredded and add to the blender along with water, can't remember what I used to color it.   I also sprayed it with Glimmer Mist for some added sparkle.  I was a little worried about spraying it with moisture that it might fall apart, but it actually held up very well.
Well I am so glad you found your way over to my blog, I would love for you to leave a comment they are very inspiring to me.

Challenges for this card
Pixie Dust  Recycle (homemade paper)  ends -  9/27
Make it Monday   Always anything goes   ends - 9/25
All Sorts Challenge   Recycle (homemade paper)  ends - 9/23
Kaboodle Doodles Layers     ends - 9/25
Crafty Boots  Wings   ends - 10/2
Flutter by Wednesdays  anything with a fairy   ends  - 9/28
Stamp With Fun   Anything goes   ends  - 9/25
Cricut Circle Blog   window   ends  - 9/30

September 19, 2011

Another different card

I try to make more male cards and sometimes it is hard.  Many times I start out with a male card and somehow it evolves into a more girlie card.  This one I think stayed on the male track enough.

The color follow an ad color challenge on the Cricut message board where we were to use Blue, Tan and Brown a great combination for a male card.  I found this paper in my DCWV Mi Casa paper stack and they were perfect for the challenge.   The cutout on the tan (don't want to call it a flower LOL) was cut from Accent Essentials cartridge.  The center is a brad I made using my i-Top brad maker using Accent Essentials to cut out the template cover from the same paper stack.   The small tan piece is run through the Cuttlebug using the clock work folder although it is hard to see.

The side pieces were hand cut from some scraps I had left over.  I distressed the edges of both the tan piece and the blue piece and inked the edges.
I finished the inside simply by using some of the same papers.  I will add a sentiment stamps later.

I am so glad you found your way to blog, however that may have been, so please leave me a comment so that I know you were here.  I love reading them and the inspiration they give me.

Challenges for this card
Make it Monday  Always anything goes   ends  - 9/25
Crafty Ribbons  Anything goes   ends- 9/28
The Squirrel and the Fox  Anything goes   ends - 9/28

September 16, 2011

I don't know about this one

what do you think?  I really don't think I like this one.  Maybe it is not my style, but then again what is my style, I really don't think I have a particular style do I?
The card is 4 x 9 inches and fit in a business size envelope.  I made it following this sketch from Card Maps
I love the sketch and was trying to do something using my Cricut/Imagine.  All the papers and the flower image were cut using the Better Together Imagine cartridge.  The flower I cut into three pieces to follow the sketch but it is hard to see that.  I put blue Stickles all over the flower then covered it with Glossy Accents, I think I should have skipped the Stickles as you really can't see it anyways.
You can see the cuts better in this picture.  I also pop dotted three layers on the flower.  I like the colors and the papers but just don't think I like this card.  I probably would not have even posted it if I had something else to post.  LOL

So a question I have, so you think I have a style of card making if so what would you call it?
Well thanks for stopping by and leave me a comment to convince me I should like this card or what I can do to make it look better.

Challenges for this card
Crafty Our Passion the letter "F"  Flower   ends  - 9/19
Totally Stampalicious  Anything goes  ends  - 9/17
I Did it Creations  Anything goes   ends  9/17
Make it Monday   Always anything goes   ends - 9/18

September 14, 2011

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September 13, 2011

Yellow, Purple & Silver

Hi everyone, for the first time I am entering a card in the Circle Blog (exclusive to Circle members)weekly challenge.
 This week the challenge is to follow this sketch.....................
It looked like it could be a lot of fun and so very versatile. To qualify the project to enter had to be a newly created project, have glitter or bling and at least two different Cricut cuts..  For the glitter/bling part I pulled out my DCWV Lemon Flower stack.  I love the papers n this stack.  Well my card evolved a bit as it went on.  Here is what it first looked liked.
Although pretty, I felt like the circles were a bit to plain.  So I brought in some color!  Here is what I came up with.

Much better don't you think.  Although it looks like the background is matted on the darker color it is not.  The darker color is a very thin frame I cut using the George cartridge by placing one rectangle inside another.  Wanted to make sure I cut my qualifying cuts in, the circles were also cut using George.  I also used my Gypsy to set up the plaid rectangle cut so it would be the correct size I wanted.  The corner I cut with my trimmer just from a scrap of paper that I had.
The butterflies were cut from the Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art cartridge.  They were cut from plain white cardstock that I sprayed with Deep Plum Glimmer Mist spray, then added some silver bling down the center.
The "happy birthday" was a stamp that I heat embossed with silver embossing powder.
I did the inside very very simple for now and will add more when I go to use this card.
Told you t was plain  LOL.  Well thanks so much for stopping by, please leave me a comment so that I know you were here.

Challenges for this card
Make it Monday  Always anything goes   ends  - 9/18
Robyn's Fetish - I did it challenge  Anything goes  ends  -  9/16
Catch the Bug  Punches and Die Cuts   ends  -  9/17
Crafty Boots  Anything Goes   ends  - 9/18

September 12, 2011

Howl at the Moon

I am so so excited at how this card came out, at the Circle Blog the monthly challenge is to create a "window" well this is exactly how it looks out my back window.   We have mountains right behind us and lots of Saguaro cacti.   The easel style of this card makes it look even more like a scene looking out a window.
  I love how all the layers look and because it has so many layers I will enter it in the Pile it On challenge.

The "sand" like paper I printed using the Imagine cartridge Nature, then I torn the tops to look like mountains and inked the edges.  I took a couple extra pieces and torn them also and place then behind to give it more depth.   The night sky paper is from an Outdoor stack that I have.
The cactus and Coyote I cut from the Old West cartridge.  I cut the cactus twice and pop dotted it so it would stand out against the mountains.
I used the Imagine cartridge, Ancestry for the pattern on the cactus.  I also printed a pattern on the coyote but it doesn't show up in the picture.
Here is a side view on how the card stands up.  I also matted the bottom with the same sand paper.
The saying are stamps from Mark's Finest paper that I stamped and embossed with black embossing powder.  I the sentiments worked out perfect for this card.
Well I would love to hear what you think of my southwestern card.  And thanks so much for taking the time to stop by.

Challenges for this card
Pile it on   Layers   ends  -  9/17
My Mum's Crafts  Layers   ends  - 9/13
Stamp-n-Doodle Anything Goes  ends  - 9/12
Make it Monday  Always anything goes   ends  - 9/18
Totally Gorjuss  It's a Man thing  ends  -  9/16

September 10, 2011

Warm Holiday Wishes

Hi, hope you all are having a great weekend so far.  I am still trying to get my Christmas card idea so I made this card following a sketch on the Cricut message board.  I made it into a gatefold card.

I wanted the snowflake to hold it closed but am having a little problem with that part and will have to work on it.  It think it is a bit to stiff or heavy to hold the card closed.  Well I guess it will stayed closed in the envelope when I mail it LOL.

The snowflake I cut using the Winter Lace cartridge and it has 4 layers.  All the layers are the same cut 2 are cut at 1 3/4 inches and 2 a little smaller then I sprayed them with Glimmer Mist to give them some shimmer and glued them off setting the pattern as I stacked them.  Added a silver snowflake bling that I had bought last year, and added a few of the same bling snowflakes on the upper left hand corner.  The paper is from Paper Wishes that came in one of my Dazzles kits.  The oval and scalloped over were also cut using my Cricut, then stamped it and heat embossed it in silver.
I added a light blue strip across the from and punched both sides using an EK Success punch.  The card is 5 x 7 1/2  so it is a larger card.

The inside I did very simple cutting a shape using one of Nesites from white pearl paper.  I will add a holiday sentiment later.
I really appreciate you stopping by my blog today.  Please leave me a comment, I just love reading them.

Challenges for this card
Creative Crew  Anything goes  -  ends 9/11
The Paper Variety   Use a stamp  ends  -  9/12
Lil Red Wagon  Use a die cut   ends - 9/13
Make it Monday  Always anything goes   ends  - 9/11
Simon Says Stamp  Multiple folds   ends - 9/13

September 8, 2011

Spooky Halloween House

I never usually make Halloween cards, because I am not sure what to do with them afterwards.  LOL  But when I saw this house on the Imagine cartridge Enjoy the Seasons I could not resist, besides I could use this  for one of the sketches on the RAQs Challenge on the Cricut message board this week.

I had the dots background paper in a K & Company mat stack that I got last year in some "candy" that I won.  The purple strip is a Martha Stewart punch that I punched on both sides of an 1.75 inch strip of paper and then added a piece of black glitter paper down the center.    I just love how this turned out and it made me love my Imagine even more.   The house is about 3 inches high.  I set it up to the size I wanted in Cricut Craft Room, put in a white piece of paper and waa laa I had my Halloween house all printed and cut out.  It cuts in five different layers.
Here is a bottom side view
I inked the edges and pop dotted all the layers to give it a lot of dimension.  I cut an extra oval out of gray to mount it all on so it would not get lost on the card base.
I added the "boo" and witch on the moon (you can see her better in the first picture) which are from some Halloween confetti that I had.  They were the perfect size.  The witch was orange and I wanted it black so I colored her using my Copic marker and it worked great.
I also did the inside rather simple and used some more confetti there.
Sure hope you enjoy my Halloween card.  Thanks for stopping by.

Thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment. I love to read them, besides that way I knew you were here to take a peak.

I will also enter this in the following challenge
Southern Girls  Lots of Layers   ends  - 9/14
Art with no Boundries  Anything goes   ends - 9/17

September 7, 2011

Christmas Wreath

Well this is my first Christmas card of the year.  This week at Crafty Creations the challenge given to us by Dawn is "Anything but a Square", so I made this card 8 by 4 inches.  Our sponsor this week is Wags & Whiskers, join in so you could win some of these adorable images.
I didn't cut part of the wreath off on accident, I was following a sketch that had a partial circle on the front.  I thought that gave me an opportunity to make a Christmas card.  The wreath is made using the Martha Stewart branch punch.  I cut a circle base using my Cricut then glued each branch onto it.  The branch pieces were punch from pearl white linen paper.  It is so pretty and sparkly in person.  Plus all the bling I added to the wreath really made it sparkle.  The bottom area is also that same pearl white linen paper that I embossed using my Cuttlebug and a Christmas branch folder.

Every year I make about 50 Christmas cards and I try to make them all the same, it is easier for me plus then I don't get confused year to year what card I made.  I would love to make this as my Christmas card, but I just don't think I can punch out that many branches, I think this card took about 30+ and they are not that easy to punch out of heavy paper.   The Happy Holidays is a Gina K stamp.

So come on it is not that hard to make "anything but a square" and join in the fun at Crafty Creations.

It is time to get thinking about your Christmas cards and get started if you need some inspiration and want to join in a challenge check out this blog Christmas Crafting, I wll be entering this card there.  It has a lot of sparkle!

Thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment. I love to read them, besides that way I knew you were here to take a peak.

Challenges for this card
Paper Take Weekly  Anything goes  ends  - 9/12
Whoopsie daisy  Bling it  ends  - 9/11

September 5, 2011

Back to School Book Worm

This is just the cutest little book worm image.  It is an image from Jen at the CDAC Freebie Progressive Challenge that is going on right now.   It is so fun to play along, they provide you free images and every two weeks you have to post a card using one of the images.  Go ahead and click on this link for all the details CDAC  Freebie Challenge 
Since it is back to school time that was the theme of the images this challenge.  Also the challenge theme at If the Shoes Fits is back to school so I will also post this card there.   I was so excited to find out that my card was chosen as one of the Top 3 last week at If the Shoe Fits.
On to on card, I colored the image using my Copic markers and then added Crackle Accents to the book.
I had this paper in my stash for a few years and thought it would work well with this theme.  I finally used my Bakers Twine, I got it a couple of months ago because I love how it looks on so many cards I have seen but just have not used it till now.
Here is a closer look at the Crackle Accents on the book.  I thought about putting Glossy Accents on the worm but couldn't decide so I just left it off, guess I could always go back and add it.  What do you think, should I add it?
The apple I cut twice using the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge from plain white cardstock then colored it using my Copics.  I did it that way so I could color the apple, stem and leaf separately.  The two layers are pop dotted.  The A-B-C I cut and welded using the new Cricut Craft Room out of shinny gold paper.  I added a pretty heavy coat of Glossy Accents to the top apple and when it was near dry I put the A-B-C on top of  it and right after I did it I though "Oh no, should not have done that" I wanted it to sit op top but it immediately started to curl and I thought I was going to have a mess on my hands and would have to start over.  Well I left it for a bit and keep checking on it as it dried further and pressing down each end of the letters till it finally held.  WHEW! I think in the end it worked out.
Well I feel like I went to school and learned a bit about Glossy Accents when it is still wet.  LOL
I hope you all enjoy your Labor Day and for those going back to school, I wish you a very good productive school year.
Thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment. I love to read them, besides that way I knew you were here to take a peak.

Challenges this card will be entered in
CADC Progressive Freebie   Back to School   ends - 9/14
If the Shoe Fits Scrap it   Back to School   ends - 9/14
One Stitch at a Time  Use a Digi    ends - 9/10
Make it Monday   Always anything goes   ends  9/11
Sweet Stampin Challenge  -  anything but a birthday  ends -  9/9
Card caravan Challenge   Use twine   ends-- 9/17
Fantabulous Cricut  ABC - !@# Back to School  ends - 9/11

September 2, 2011

A Dazzling Dragonfly

Hi, here is a simple card I made this week.  I did not use my Cricut on this card, all you cut just using my paper trimmer.  I have found if I cut squares with the Cricut there is paper waste in between the cuts.  Sometimes using your Cricut it a bit more accurate and straight but does leave some paper behind.

The papers are from the Best of K & Company stack.  The dragonflies are Dazzle stickers I get each month in my monthly kit.  I love the Dazzles they add such a great touch in the right place, plus it saves time because you don't have to color them.
The happy birthday is also a stick but not a Dazzle.  And I did finish the inside of this card, I figured since I had out all the papers I may as well go ahead and do the inside.

Thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment. I love to read them, besides that way I knew you were here to take a peak.

Challenges for this card

September 1, 2011

Pocket full of Poises Card

The colors in this card came out so pretty.  The background paper came from the DCWV Pocket full of Poises stack.  Card was made following a sketch (aren't all mine LOL) on the Cricut message board.
Everything is sparkly, the background paper has some glitter on it and all the flowers have been sprayed with Glimmer mist.  In fact the flowers were all cut our of white linen paper using the Flower Shoppe cartridge and then sprayed with different colors of Glimmer Mist.  Even the blue shadow behind the happy birthday was white and sprayed with the same blue as the large flower.
The center of the flowers I used Viva Decor Ice White pearl pen.  Because the sketch had a half circle near the top I cut one of the flowers in half.
I guess it looks OK,  The center circle I Cuttlebugged, this also follows a color challenge of using Pink, Orange and Hot Pink.  There is orange there.
I am glad you stopped by :)

Challenges for this card
The Paper Shelter   Anything goes  -  end 9/5
Make it Monday  Always anything goes  -  ends 9/4
Creative Crew  Anything Goes  -  ends  9/19
Bearly Mine  Flowers, Flowers, Flowers  -  ends 9/12

Thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment. I love to read them, besides that way I knew you were here to take a peak.