Cutting out die-cuts for my son's class. They're making gift bags for their Valentine's Day party and the teacher asked for volunteers to either bring a snack or make some cut-outs. Of course I volunteered for the crafting assignment. Little did I know it would take hours and hours to complete! Uh...maybe next time I'll volunteer to bring store bought cookies. Ya...right.
Approximately 800 die cuts make in one Sunday - whoo hoo!I love that kitty cat one!
My son came home with homework. He needed to make some cards to send to the Phoenix Children's Hospital. Here's what he came up with. It's really simple, clean, and cute. He used Every Little Bit stamp set from Stampin Up, and wrote a nice note inside. I love the bling!
This month on the Crafty Gals Blog group, we're celebrating Valentine's day with our recipe for A Valentine. Be sure to check out the other gals blogs. You can visit them by clicking the links on the side of my blog. Comment on this post for your chance to win a card kit described below.
My recipe for a Valentine is:
1. Make a really sexy card....(the one below is from Tie the Knot Cricut cartridge)
2. Inside put a gift certificate for a massage (usually on sale this time of year)
3. Add a touch of love
4. Heat on high for as long as you want! Bwahahaha!
If you like the card above, I made up a kit for you to make one of your own. Simply leave a comment on this post, and I will pick a winner next Sunday.