I made this card for my friend June, who is starred in Chandler,AZ Idol. She made it all the way to the final round. It's made with rock star princess cartridge, and cut at three and a half inches. I used Washi tape and cut it to look like flags.
Monday, May 27, 2013
Monday, May 20, 2013
Recently I received this graphic 45 paper that's been discontinued for a while. Luckily, I found some extra pieces on the internet. I've had these project pieces for over 5 years now and they've been sitting in my closet. I thought this paper would make a really great clock.
I use mod podge to seal the paper on the clock. Then I added some embellishments. Unfortunately the clock pieces broke. So I had to make a trip to the Hobby Lobby to pick up a new part. This is a clock I'll keep for a long time.
Monday, May 13, 2013
I purchased these letters in a kit about 5 years ago at the Tuesday Morning. They've been sitting in my closet for about 5 years now. I finally took some time to embellish them and seal them. Boy...some times it takes a long time to complete a project!
The paper is from My Minds Eye and I used Vintage photo ink to give it the aged look.
All letters were sealed with Mod Podge.
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Sunday, May 5, 2013
This month, the gals in the Crafty Gals blog group are showing some love to me. Can you believe it - how neat is that? The gals know I love using die cuts and my Cricut and Cameo so I decided to show you what I made with my Cameo this month.
I know you probably have guessed by now, that Alice in Wonderland is my favorite character. I think I can recite both versions of Alice and Wonderland. The cartoon and the remake with Jonny Depp.
Recently I saw a Snow White sticker on someone's Mac so I decided to create one myself with my Silhouette Cameo. I downloaded a coloring page file to my design studio. Then I made a few edits and cut out the vinyl. I love how it turned out and how she's holding the apple in her arms. The apple was Dina, but I edited the cat out. Don't hate me - I know cats are popular on the internet!
One of the things I love most about my Silhouette Cameo is that I can customize pretty much anything. It takes a little bit of time and practice but in the end its all worth it and it saves me money.
Be sure to visit the other Crafty Gals blogs this month:
Melina ~ Crafty Scrapper