Wednesday, June 29, 2011

A couple of cards....

These 2 cards are others I used for the DT try out, love the little girl one!


Okay so she's too cute. She's from Stamping Bella, I love their stamps, I need to get more soon, lol!

Lil Emmy Card:
All Paper & Cardstock- DCWV
Ribbon- American Crafts
Ink- Momento Tuxedo Black & Distress Stormy Sky
Stamp colored with Bic Mark It Markers
3D Dimensional Squares- Therm o Web
Clear Stardust Pen- Sakura
Fiskars Border Punch- Effervescence 

Now this little owl is cute, I had cut a similar owl on a card months ago, and wanted to do it again. 


Hoo-ray for you! Card:
Pattern Paper- Echo Park's A Walk in the Park
Solid cardstock- The Paper Company
Diamond Stickles
"Hoo-ray for you" Stamp- My Pink Stamper's Tweetie Hoo Puns
Fiskars Border Punch- Apron Lace
Ribbon- From stash


Happy Craftin!
Brit

Wow it's been awhile

Just realized that I haven't posted anything crafty lately, so here's the first of a few posts, they'll go up over the next day or so. I've been doing a lot of crafty things recently so ready, set, here we go!


I did this cute little purse a little while back when I was trying out for a DT. I didn't make it on the DT but I love this purse! 

Supplies used:
Chipboard purse- be creative
pattern paper- ?? maybe My Mind's Eye, not sure, it's been in my stash for 2 years!
all flowers- Prima Marketing, Got Flowers Brown Jar & inked with Distress Ink in Stormy Sky
Brads: Making Memories
Distress Ink- lots of it in Stormy Sky
Distress Crackle Paint- Rock Candy
Metallic Rhinestuds- Tulip
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in Marshmallow on the flowers
Adhesives Used: 
Mod Podge for attaching paper to chipboard purse
& hot glue for attaching flowers to the purse

Rhinestuds are heat set and everything else is ink, paint or spray. 

This took a lot of work, but I love it!

Friday, June 17, 2011

Amazing blog candy!

Okay, so I was doing a bit of blog hopping while I couldn't sleep last night/this morning, and came across Scrap with Stacy. She's got some super cute projects and is giving away not 1 but 2 blog candies! You have until July 1st to sign up, so go check her out HERE.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Cricut Circle May Magazine Challenge #2- Make It Your Way

So this is my entry for the Make It Your Way contest for the Cricut Circle Magazine contest. The contest was to pick a project from the May issue of the Cricut Circle Magazine that inspired us and make it our own. I fell in love with the postage stamp shaped card on page 42 of the magazine(original card made by Cristal Hobbs~ aka Pinky), and so I decided to do my own postage stamp styled card, which let me tell you was a little bit of a challenge when you don't have the Spring Holiday Cards Cricut Cartridge, lol! I ended up using a tag from Gypsy Font as my stamp base and then welded a square from Plantin Schoolbook to one edge to make a card base. Then I cut another square(4.67" x 4.67")(I used my Gypsy so I could make sure everything would layer correctly). The scalloped border is also from Plantin Schoolbook, it's the Tall Ball feature(1.5" tall by 4.67" wide). The shoes are from Gypsy Wanderings, I placed 2 of them(at 2.11" high), welded them to how I liked them(I know, very technical there, lol), and then made the shadow to fit them exactly. Gotta love my Gypsy, it makes this easy! Then I cut one more shoe and pop dotted it up on the one that the whole shoe shows(so the front shoe?). Added some stickles, twine and a stamped sentiment, and I was done. I like it. The shoes are too cute!


 





All Supplies Used:
Cricut Personal Electronic Cutter
Gypsy(cartridges used~ Gypsy Font, Gypsy Wanderings & Plantin Schoolbook)
Chocolate Brown Cardstock(shoe shadow)- The Paper Company
All other paper- City Park Collection by American Crafts
Baker's Twine in Lemondrop, Mandarin, & Cappuccino by The Twinery
Stickles(Stardust)- Ranger Ink
Stamp"wish-shoe well"- My Pink Stamper's Pink-a-licious set
Rich Cocoa Momento Ink
Pink ATG gun & tape by Scotch
3-D Foam Squares by Therm-O-Web

Thanks for checking out what I've been up to!
Happy Craftin'!
Brit

Friday, June 3, 2011

Cricut Circle May Magazine Challenge #1(Sponsor Contest)

This is my entry for the Cricut Circle Magazine Sponsor Contest. The sponsor was Imaginisce, and we had to use 3 of their products, plus at least 4 Cricut cuts. I used 3 different styles of paper from Imaginisce, plus the i-Top(I used the small brad daddies, 3 with toppers from the all occasion pack, and 2 with scraps of the other papers I used) and some of the hot rocks. All cuts(the 6 butterflies and Precious phrase) are from the Once Upon a Princess Cricut cartridge. Full details below the pictures as always. 


   

Supplies Used: 
By Imaginisce:
Princess Promenade Double Sided Cardstock(Enchanted)
Fairy Trails Double Sided Cardstock(Enchanted)
Princess Posies Double Sided Cardstock(Enchanted)
i-Top All Occasion Paper Toppers
i-Top & 16 mm brad daddies
clear Hot Rocks Compact

Provo Craft:
Cricut Personal Cutter
Gypsy
Once Upon a Princess Cartridge(3 butterflies at 1.5", 3 butterflies at 1.75" and "Precious" phrase at 5")

All Other Supplies:
Pink Cardstock- Wassau Paper
Lt. Blue Cardstock- The Paper Company
Pink & Yellow Rhinestones- Tulip
Lime Green, Black Diamond, & Stardust Stickles- Ranger
White Gelly Roll Pen- Sakura
Pink ATG gun & tape- Scotch
3-D Foam Squares- Therm-O-Web
Flowers- Prima Marketing
Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks- Ad Tech

Thanks for checking out what I've been up to! This is actually going in a 12 x 12 scrapbook frame for my niece Madelyn's room. I love how it turned out!

Happy Crafting!
Brit