Here is a T-Shirt that I made for my son's girlfriend to wear at work tomorrow. The shamrock came from CTMH Art Philosophy, and the pot of gold came from Creat a Critter 2. I used my Imagine to print and cut the images. For the Pot of Gold I used the color stacking tutorial (found on my blog).
This was a fun quick project to make.
This is a masculine birthday card I made for a co-worker. I have had a bottle of crackle paint finish for about 4 years and have never used it. I decided that I was going to use it for the first time. I love the effect that this gives. I used a dark brown paint and a tan paint from the dollar store, the crackle finish and my cricut to make this card. The twine and the pearls are also from the dollar store.
This is going to be my son's birthday card. He wears a lot of black t-shirts so I thought this might be a good idea. I wanted something bright for the layered background as it will be early spring, and lets face it after this winter I want something bright.
I used my cricut imagine to print the layered papers, I used Greeting Cards Inside and out, for the lettering and the backing for my sentiment I used a pattern from Industrial Glow.
The Rock On was cut using Black Letter. The sentiment is from CTMH. Ink was my pink stamper Darkest Night. I used Martha Stewart Opaque Marker Set to do the stitching on the shirt.
Here is a lego card I made for a co-worker who is attending a birthday for a nine year old boy. The gift was lego, so I thought of this card to go with the gift. I used SCAL to create the lego man inside the card.
One of my favorite pass times is watching crafting videos. I really enjoy cricut videos. Lately there haven't been many as most videos seem to be about the new Cricut Explore. While I would love to have an Explore, I am not about to purchase one (if one was given to me I would accept), I currently have 6 cricuts, the original, 2 expressions (one I don't update so I can use it with SCAL), a cake machine, an Imagine, and an expression2. I'm happy with all of these. I don't like having to use my computer to craft. If I go to a crop I don't want to bring a computer, I do have a gypsy, and I take that to a crop.
Anyway I found a video by cardcrazy09, she used the Wild Card cartridge for the card base, I have to say I never looked at this cartridge as carefully as I should have. I found this a really good idea and decided to make the cards myself. I had intended on using ribbon on the cards but I forgot to add it and went ahead and adhered the layer to the card.
I used scraps for this card, and stamps from Inkadinkado.
on the inside of the card I cut the base layer for the giraffe and glued it to the inside.
The card was cut at 6.25 and the giraffe at 4.25.
Here is a card I made for my son's girlfriend. Inspiration for this card came from Christine at Creations with Christine. I changed it up as I did not like the water color that she did as a background for the hats. This is a simple card, I used Doodlecharms cricut cartridge and cut the border hats. I cut these at 1.75 inches. I was going to "square off" the hats but as I put them down and reached for the glue the were on an angle and I think I like this better. The sentiment comes from SU, and the ink from My Pink Stamper.