Saturday, June 27, 2009

Quick Birthday Card

This card can be made in a matter of minutes. Use a Cuttle Bug folder to emboss the flower and lightly chalk the embossing. Find a picture with a cute face and cut just the face out. Add a cute graphic with dimensionals and attach a bow.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Brillant Blog Award

Thank you so much Charlene and Kathe for this award. It is really an honor to have this recognition from you both. I admire your talent and love what you have done with your blogs. You are both very caring and giving. It's an honor to call you friends.

Honesty and integrity are charactor traits I take very seriously. I would like to pass this award on to the following blogs:

Lori - Encouragement From the Heart- Lori is such an inspiration to me. She has such a wonderful way with words. Whenever I feel down, I know I can vist Lori's blog and it will help to lighten stress. Thank you Lori, you are truly a sistah and angel here on earth.

Pam - Pam DeLefors Designs - She does not know how much I admire her designing talent. She is so giving, and not just in the blogging world. I am so glad I wandered on to her blog. Thanks Pam.

Thena - Thank you Thena for giving me motivation to start working with Photoshop. I have learned a lot from you and I love you quick wit too.

Andrea- The Paper Purse- She has the cutest ideas. But most of all she never gives up. I only wish I lived close enough to join her yoga class. Thanks Andrea.

I think the last person will be posting her blog soon. I'm sure to have a link in the near future. Cyndi thank you so much for your kindness and making me feel like I matter. Hugz to you and the other mb chicks.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Paper Wallet

One of our students won state competition and is headed to nationals in Tennessee. This paper wallet holds a twenty dollar bill for her to spend on her trip, a tag to attach to her suitcase for easy sighting, and good luck sentiments.
I used specialty paper from K&C's Happy Trails. Stickers are semi-transparent with a bit of glitter. Magnet clasp was attached with two strips of card stock threaded through the opening and glued together. I tried my hand at top stitching for an accent on the outside. Sorry the bottom picture is a little blurred. The wallet was delivered, before I had a look at the photos. Of course I cut all of this out with my Gazelle. I think the file still need a pit of tweaking before I share. But I am pleased with the results.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

By request here is the tissue box I made a while back with graphics from Susan Seals called "Roses". They can be found at Below is another version of the same template. I printed the top one on plain paper and laminiated one side before folding the box. The one purple box is printed on cardstock, no lamination. Here is the png template for the box. I did work this up for my Craft robo.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Here is my take on the Graduation Gift Card Holder by Alicia Coulombe from Splitcoast Stampers for the Gazelle. I made glue flaps and inside covers. All is cut with my Gazelle by Bosskuts.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Get Well Gel Embossed

Gazelle by Bosskuts gets the credit for this card. It is amazing machine. I'm still on the learning curve. Secured the corner with brads. Dimensionals were used under the get well.

The scroll was two cuts. The front scroll was cut in half for freedom of placement.
To make this card I used a Gelly Roll Stardust pen. The font is Edwardian Script. If you are intested here is the WPC file. I put the pen in first and selected only the font area. Then I selected everything but the font and cut. I can do a PDF if someone wants to convert to a GSD.

As you can see I'm back up and running in the camera department. Yeah!

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Congrats Katz Designz on your Blogoversary! Stop Here and check your her blog. She does the most amazing composition and planner books. Here is one of my favorites.


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