Saturday, April 25, 2009
Using window cling and graphics byLori Gardner With All My Heart at pccrafter.com, I made this to cover my front entry window. Th hard part was trimming the over lap of the sheets. If I do it again, I think I will use a metal ruler and x-acto knife and trim it like you do wallpaper.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Again, I could not find a graphic I liked that could be use to sale. So I designed a stork for this project. I used paper from DCWV The Summer Stack for the plaid. Cuttlebug embossed the white back ground with hearts using
Cuttlebug scalloped edge on the bottom of the back page. The cover is trimmed 1/2" on the bottom to revel the scallop. I used my new Gazelle for the cutting out all the goodies. I had a hard time getting it to cut. I was ready to box it up and send it back after a week of fighting with it. But as you can see I finally succeeded. A few more tries and I just might sale my Craft Robo, which I still dearly love.
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Although my time is very limited, I joined in a card swap on pccrafter.com. I used the same set of graphics for both cards. They are by Marie Cole. I embossed both with my Cuttlebug and added buttons, bling and ric rac. I also inclued matching envelopes.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
This cute little basket this a GSD file by Ruthan from Uk Scrappers site. I added frog graphics from Laurie Furnell and Carolee Jones for this collection from pccrafter.com.
I found some cute frog mints, but the box was not very attractive. I stapled a topper for the baggy to give it a new look. They help get you hopping and gets the frog out of your throat.
Can anyone that reads have too many bookmarks?I forgot to take pictures before I gave it away. So thank you Jolynn for helping me out. Hope you liked them.
Saturday, April 4, 2009
I had this idea for an Easter box. I was going to try and sell it on Ebay. Since most of my graphics do not allow that kind of use, I had to draw my own. It took quite a while to draw it with my right hand, but I think it turned out cute. Oh well, I guess there is always next year.