Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Cricut Imagine color stacking

I'm making a Disney autograph book for a co-worker who is going to Disney in April.  I watched a video a while back showing how to color stack on my cricut imagine and decided to give it a try.
Its very easy just a little patience is required.  Here is the link to the video to show how to do this

Here is the image of Thumper that I made.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Cheers to you -- SCAL2

I'd like to say this was a quick card to make, unfortunately it took a lot of drying time, so it took a little while to complete.
Here's what I used to make this card
recollections cardstock various pieces of scraps,
More Mustard card stock from SU
brown from AC Christmas stack
plaid paper from My Minds Eye 6x6 stack - Oliver
gold shinny paper from the Buck or Two

SU Bashful Blue
SU Bordering Blue
SU Choc. Chip

Computer Clip Art, and SCAL2 to make the beer mug.

Sentiment comes from
SU Happy Hour stamp set


$store ribbon
SU build a brad
Yellow stickles
CTMH white flock
CTMH liquid glas
$store pop dots
and adhesive including, ATG, arlenes tacky, Scotch quick dry, and zig.

Sorry about the photo, not the best.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

First Project with my E2 -- Valentines Minion Box

Here is a valentines box I made for a child who loves Minions,
I used Sweet Tooth Boxes for the box, I had to alter the sides as it had to be big enough to hold Kinder Surprise eggs.
The minion took several carts.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Fabulous Florets

Todays card came from Pintrest.  The only thing changed was the cardstock colors used, thus the ink colors used and the designer paper used.  I love the technique that was used for the flowers.
Sharon Graham has the information on her blog.  The technique is floating re-inkers, and can be found on Gretchen Barrons blog.
Thanks for the inpiration.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Heart Boxes for Valentines

Hi everyone, I'm getting ready for Valentines.  I made these cute little heart boxes for the kids of the people I work with.
The boxes themselves are from the TBBM2 cartridge and are cut at 7.75 inches (I was able to use 8.5 x 11 cardstock to cut them).
The little bear is from the Better Together Cricut Imagine cartridge, I cut them at 2 inches.  I did cut the layers for them but only used the mouth area.
The tag was cut from A Childs Year Cartridge, and was cut at 1.25 inches.  I used scrap for these so some of the tags are white and some are pink, I inked the white ones with Regal Rose ink from Stampin Up.
The sentiment comes from Have a Heart by Stampin Up, and is stamped with black ink.
To finish it office I added some bling and popped everything up with dimenshionals.
These are the perfect size for a few treats.