Monday, November 22, 2010

Thanksgiving Card

I made this card for my in-laws. I am very Thankful and Blessed to have such wonderful in-laws!! I hope they enjoy this card.. :-)

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Christmas Card

I have been busy all weekend making cards. I had to make 12 cards for an auction and several for some friends. I made this card by using MTC. I messed with this card most of the day. 

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Christmas Tree card

I made this card with a stamp set I bought at Michaels on clearance. I embossed the tree with black glitter embossing powder. Then embellished with gold rhinestones and a dot stamp from Stamping with Judith.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Light Up the Christmas Spirit!

This card was made using Stamps by Judith. I watercolored the the snowman and then used copic markers to color the lights. Then I put some 3D lacquer on the lights. Enjoy!

Christmas Card

I made this card a few weeks ago at a friends house. The card is made using Stampin Up paper, ink, stamp and ribbon. The card is embossed with the snowflake embossing folder. The stamp is inked with Chocolate Brown then dusted with Heat n'Stick and then some glitter. It has such a pretty glitzy look to it. I hope you like it.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Cricut Cardz Challenge #50 and Cooking with Cricut Challenge #8 No Red or Green TOGETHER.

I made this card for the Cricut Cardz Challege #50 and Cooking with Cricut Challenge #8 No Red or Green TOGETHER. I used the Christmas Cheer and Christmas Noel cartridges. This card was a lot of fun to make and I used lots of different things to make this card. The globe was cut using clear cardstock cut at 5 3/4. The snow around the card is Glistening Snow-Tex. It was very easy to use it does take some time to dry. The house is cut at 1 1/2 inches and the trees around 1". The snow on the house and trees is a snow pen. I used some chalk around the edge of the card with a dobber and then I added some glitter, rhinestones and stickers. The stickers are from K&C Company. I used vinyl for the Merry Christmas. I hope you enjoy!! 

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Cooking with Cricut Holiday Blog Hop!

Here is my holiday card that I entered for the Cooking with Cricut Holiday Blog Hop. I found this file on a blog and loved the penguins. I cut the file on my cricut using Make the Cut. I then embellished with rhinestones, stickles and 3D Crystal Laquer. This hop was the first that I have entered since I made my blog and will not be the last. I had a really good time looking at everyones ideas and cut files and looking forward to the next hop.  I hope you like my file it was alot of fun putting together. Enjoy!!

Friday, November 12, 2010

Birthday Card

I made this for a friend at work she loves Hello Kitty. The background is the Cuttlebug Happy Birthday embossing folder. I used the Hello Kitty cartridge. Enjoy! :-)

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Fantabulous Cricut Challenge

For this challenge at Fantabulous Cricut we were to use the color Green and a Circle Shape. I chose Accents Essentials and Storybook cartridges. I watercolored the stamped image and added some glitter and rhinestones. The card is embossed using the cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Scarecrow girl

When I found this Scarecrow I feel in love with her. I thought she was too cute. I hope you enjoy it!!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Gingerbread Christmas Card

I made this card last night. The gingerbread is from a cut file I purchased from Digital Delights by Loubyloo. The gingerbread is paper pieced. I used a watermark ink pad to darken the edges of the gingerbread. I used stickles to give it some bling on the icing, bow and cheeks. Then I placed it on a piece of cardstock that I embossed using the swiss dots emobossing folder by cuttlebug. I inked the edges with a green ink. Then added my embellishments. I really like the way this turned out and I hope you do too!! Enjoy and leave me a comment. Thanks!!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


This year we went to South Padre, TX for our family vacation. This layout is my son Justin.  We went on a Dolphin Watch excursion. The captain allowed Justin to drive the boat. The captain called him "Captain Billy". 
I used the Life's a Beach cartridge. I also used 3D Crystal laquer to give the water the wet look. The name Dolphin Watch is done with vinyl. The was alot of fun to put together. I hope you enjoy!