Monday, January 31, 2011

Farm Birthday

Hi there! I wanted to share a quick card I made today. My mojo seems to have left the building, so nothing elaborate here, but it still turned out cute. I have to say I can feel the mojo slipping back in the house though. I was out tonight, and ideas were coming into the brain...maybe it was sitting next to me at Panera makes everything better! is the card I made.
I used the Patterned paper from Doodlebugs that I had in a card kit I got a while back. I layered that onto white CS base. The little farm animals are a Sweet 'n Sassy stamp set. Honestly...i stamped and colored these guys about...well forever I even had them punched and ready...and never used. lack of mojo day was the day to use them. I layered them onto a yellow CS, and layered that onto red CS. The sentiment is from SU. Last I added the little fuzzy brown brads. Those were in the same card kit as the PP.

This card is for the following challenges:

Sunday, January 30, 2011


As I mentioned before, I am making the wedding invitations for my SIL's wedding. I am actually pretty excited about this. I got the paper a couple months ago, and it has sat in my craftroom The good news is the wedding isn't until 9/2012, but I am usually a procrastinator, so I thought I would try to be more on top of this project. The other night, I went to My Happy Place, and took only my supplies to work on the invitations. Well I spent close to 3 hours there cutting. I got all the paper cut for the invitations, response cards, and reception cards. Last night I punched over 250 squares are for the front on the invites on the "belly band". Now today I thought I would start scoring the main part. Here is a photo of the paper waiting to be scored. So...yeah...I guess I should get to I just wanted to share this with you since it has been a few days since I posted. I promise I have been busy Here is a little peak at one of my next projects too...
This is a tag that was on a pair of jean shorts I bought last summer. I saved it because the tag was so thick, and I thought it would be fun to "fix". Well, I found it again the other thought I would see what I can do with it. So...come back soon to see how I "fixed" this one. Have a great Sunday!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

QKR Snowman Scene

Hi there. Hope you are having a good week. Anyone doing anything fun this winter weekend? Nothing overly exciting here...just a playdate, and a couple birthday parties. Same ol' Well today I wanted to share a card I made using the Snowman Scene from QKR Stampede. If you have never checked these out, you really need to. There are 2 of these "giant" 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" snowman scene stamps. They are so nice, and easy to color. They also make a great card just by themselves! This is the image I used on my tissue box cover about a month ago. This time, I stamped it with black ink on white CS. I colored in with watercolor crayons. I trimmed it around the edge, and layered onto some PP from SEI. Then onto a 5x5 CS base. Last, I added some fine purple glitter to the ball of the hat. I had to have some sort of That is really it, and how cute is that??!!! So stop on over to the QKR Stampede store, and grab one for yourself. Makes a great winter scene!

Also, be sure to stop by the QKR Stampede Blog later today to see if you are the lucky winner of the $20 gift certificate from our hop last weekend.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Cocoa is...Cute as a Button

Hi there. Happy Tuesday. Today we have a new challenge for you over at the Crazy 4 Cocoa Challenge blog. Since Cocoa is just cute as a button, we decided to make that our challenge. So...grab a Cocoa image, and some buttons, and lets see what you can do. Here is what I came up with. I started with Sew Happy Cocoa digi image. This image is also available in a clear set...which comes with a whole bunch of sentiments too. I colored this guy with marker, and cut with my CM cutting system. I also added some grey liquid pearl to the thimble to make it look "metallic". I layered him onto a little bit larger PP circle. All the PP on this card are from SU, and the ribbon is from SEI. As you can see, I even cracked out the sewing machine for this one. I figured you can't have a sewing Cocoa without some sewing. I used a zigzag stitch on the ribbon. I hand wrote the sentiment with a white gel pen. Last, I added some BUTTONS!!!! The buttons are from SEI. I just love how buttons add so much to a card. It is really amazing what you can embellish with.
Well it is your turn!!! Head on over to the Crazy 4 Cocoa Challenge blog, and see what the rest of the DT created using buttons. Don't' forget to grab your Cocoa image, some buttons, and show us your project.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

A Daisy Birthday

I spent a little time in my craftroom today. I had hopes of getting a few things accomplished, and well, I only got one card made, and started coloring a couple other images. Guess that is better than Well I did get this card totally done and thought I would share it with you. My DD is going to a birthday party on Saturday, and needs a card. I thought it would be fun to make a card using my Cricut, since I joked with the mom about buying her daughter a Cricut. Here is what I came up with.
This is using the Mickey and Friends cartridge, which I got for Christmas. Now I am going to have to keep working with this cartridge, because I was having a little trouble getting things to look right. This is actually the 2nd Daisy Duck image I made. Although she looks much better then I thought she I guess I will just have to keep practicing with it. I got her all cut, and layered. Then I used a purple CS base, and layered the Pixielicious PP from Cosmo Cricket. I also cut out some daisies, and layered them onto some purple flowers I had. I added a flower brad to the centers. I even added some daisies to the inside. And I stamped this sentiment, which is from Mint Motif. Well that is all for now. Hopefully I can find my mojo and get something done with those other images I colored today. Have a great week!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

QKR Stampede Valentine's Day Blog Hop!

Hi there! Welcome to the QKR Stampede Valentine's Day Blog hop! I am so excited to be a part of this hop. There are so many awesome Valentine's themed projects for you to see today. My fellow DT NOT disappoint! Don't forget to leave comments on each blog of the hop for your chance to win a $20 gift certificate to the QKR Stampede Store. WOW!!! Now that is a treat! If you are starting here, you will want to head back to the QKR Stampede Blog for the complete details on how to win, and for a list of the hop order. That is handy in case you get "Lost" along the Now onto my card. Isn't this image so pretty???!!! I had to have it when I saw it. It is called Love Words. I thought it was neat to see all the languages in the shape of a heart. This image would also be nice for a wedding or anniversary card. For my card, I stamped the image with Versamark, and embossed with silver embossing powder. Then I used a sponge to add some pink, and to show the heart shape more. Since I had the sponge out, I decided to go a little ink distressing crazy I ink distressed the edges of all the papers on the card. I layered the image on to some dark grey PP from SEI, and the printed paper is from the Target $1 spot. Last I added some embellishments. Little side note...all the embellishments on this card were my 6 year old daughter's She kept handing me things to use. First she found this heart paper clip on my table (which I had forgotten about), and asked me to use that. Then I needed something for the corners, so she went and pulled out these pink pearls, and said "How about these mom?"...I just love this kid =). Now I had to stop her, because she wanted me to add more, but sometimes less is more. Well that is all I have for you here, so I am going to send you off to see my DT friend...

Check out her project. And don't forget to leave comments along then way! If for some reason you get lost, please head back to the QKR Stampede Blog for a complete hop order.

This card is also for the following Challenges:
Do You Stack Up 3 - Think Pink
7 Kids College Fund - Challenge Yourself - ink distressing is not something I do often, and using paperclip as an embellishment.
Whimsie Doodles - Hugs and Kisses - love is all about hugs and kisses!
Cupcake Craft - Wedding - I think the image is perfect for a wedding.

QKR Stampede - Horse Layout

Hi there! Happy looking forward to the weekend here, not sure about you, but I need it. Well, today I wanted to share something a little different then my norm...a scrapbook page. Now it is nothing fancy, but I liked the way it turned out. I have been working on my 2010 Year in Review album...I really want to get this done! I FINALLY finished the month of August, and this is one of my August pages. We went to our county fair in August, and happened to know one of the people who had horses there. He is the father of a friend of mine. Well he let the girls have some one on one, or should I say 3 on with the horses. He taught the girls all sorts of fun facts about the horses, and even let them sit on one of the horses. The girls thought it was the greatest thing ever, so I thought that is what I would scrapbook about our trip to the fair. I couldn't help but add this awesome Mare and Foal image from QKR Stampede to my page. Isn't it great???!!! I usually go for more "cutesy" images, but I thought this was perfect for my page. Here is how the whole page turned out. And the 2 page spread... Like I said...nothing fancy, but I really like what the QKR Stampede Mare and Foal image added to these pages. I colored the image with water color crayons, and fussy cut it out. I layered onto the corner of the page, and added my photos around it.

Well that is all for today, sure to stop back tomorrow for our QKR Stampede Valentine's Day Blog hop! I am very excited about this hop. There are some fabulous Valentine's images in the QKR Stampede store, and wait until you see what the DT ladies have done with them! The hop goes live tomorrow morning at 8am EST, and there may even be a prize involved!!!! So be sure to join us, and start at the QKR Stampede DT Blog after 8am on Friday! To give you a is a sneak peek of what you will find here on my blog.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Purple Polkadotted Posy Placemarker - Creative Belli Challenge "P"

So, today is a new Creative Belli Challenge. This week we want to see your creations using embellishments that start with the letter "P". Now I can honestly say...I struggled a bit with this. Since the whole idea of the Belli Challenge is to use what we have in our stash, I really had to think. is what I ended up with. Yes that is a giant Back in December I went to a crop, and each person had to bring a gift for a "day of Christmas". Well the one lady gave us some cardstock and patterned papers, and to hold them all together was this giant paperclip. Well, me being me...I knew I had to save it, and "fix" it. So I thought it was perfect for the letter "P" challenge. So I located it in my craftcave...of course like most of table is not very Then I grabbed some chipboard and used my Cricut to cut this "Pretty Purple Polka dotted Posy". I cut the flower from chipboard. I then used some Polka dotted Purple Patterned Paper I had from about 3 or 4 years ago. I believe it is SU. I used green for the leaves, and some Purple CS for the circle center. Last I added a Purple button to the middle. This button was in my button bin, and I don't think anyone knows how old it I am one of those strange ones that saves the extra buttons from shirts and sweaters and puts them in my stash. So my thought for my giant Paperclip was a bookmark. So there you have it...a "Purple Polka dotted Posy Placemarker"! Bookmark just doesn't fit with the "P" Now it is your turn! Head on over to the Creative Belli Blog, and see what the other DT ladies have come up with using the letter "P". Then, link up your "P" project you create with stuff from your stash so we can check it out!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Singing Tilda

Hi there. My wonderful hubby gave me some time in my stamproom today...which was much needed. Well I must say I was very productive. I made 2 cards, and completed 3 scrapbook pages. Well I wanted to share this card with you. A while back, I won this Tilda image. I believe it is just called "singing Tilda". I stamped her on white CS, and paper pieced her dress. I used marker to color the rest of her, and added some liquid pearl to her necklace. I cut her out with my CM cutting system, and also cut out a slightly bigger oval for behind her. Next I layered her onto some pink CS that I ran through the Cuttlebug, sanded, and ink distressed. I also ink distressed around the white CS with Tilda, and the PP behind her. The patterned papers are all from SEI's Chocolat collection...which I am just in love with! Last, I added some brown rik-rak, and the flowers with a brad in the middle. The sentiment is from Mint Motifs. I stamped that on white CS, and ink distressed. I was hoping for a bit of a vintage look with this one.

This card is for the following challenges:

The Sweet Stop Sketch - the LO of the card w/a twist...dry embossing...the swirl background.
Do You Stack Up? - distress it - I ink distressed pretty much the whole

Cocoa Valentines

Hi there! Happy Tuesday. I hope you had a wonderful day off yesterday (if you had Martin Luther King Jr. day off). We had a busy Monday off. My older 2 girls went for a playdate in the morning, then off to the dentist, gymnastics, and dance class. Never a dull moment around here! Well today is Tuesdays, which means...a new Crazy 4 Cocoa Challenge!!!! This week we have a color challenge for you. We want to see your Cocoa images with Pink and Red. Just in time for your Valentine's day projects. Here is what I came up with. I sent my DH to the store to grab these little boxes of chocolates for me. You know the ones that are only $1, and have like 3 or 4 pieces of yummies in them. Well, I thought it would be fun to "fix" them. So I started by coloring this Cocoa Heart digi image. This is one of the newest Cocoa digi images released. I colored him with markers, and fussy cut along the heart. Next I used some PP I picked up from the Target $1 spot last week, and covered the tops of the boxes. I added some ribbon or Ric-rack, bows and heat set gems. Here is a close up of each box. Aren't they cute? My DH and I are going to give them to our girls for Valentine's day. I was originally going to use them for my middle daughter's dance class (since she only has 3 kids in the class), but I liked them too SO I will come up with something else for dance.
Now it is your turn! Head on over to the Crazy 4 Cocoa Challenge blog, and see what the other DT members have come up with. Then make a project using red and pink, and a Cocoa image, and link it up so we can check it out. I really enjoy seeing what everyone comes up with using Cocoa images. Oh, and if you don't have any Cocoa images yet...what are you waiting for????!!! Head on over to the Sweet 'n Sassy store, and grab a few. They are available in digi form, and clear stamps.

Monday, January 17, 2011

My Mommy's Birthday Gift

Well, today is the is my mom's birthday. Which means I can FINALLY share this project with you. A while over a year won a gift certificate to the Creative Cuts and More online store. I knew right away that I wanted to get THIS album kit. I just loved it! I knew exactly what I wanted to use it for too. Each year my mother, my girls, and I have a cookie baking day. We choose a few recipes and spend the day baking. So, I thought it would be fun to use this album kit to make my mom a photo album of our baking day. First let me say...this kit is SOOOO worth the money. It comes with everything you need and MORE to make an adorable apron shaped album. It was so fun to use too. Well here is what I came up with.
Front of the album:The reverse side of the little gingerbread man in the front pocket:Front of the pages:Back of the pages:The "special memories" page: The "special memories" books:Isn't it adorable???!!!! I just love how easy it was to put together too.
One of my favorite pages is the "recipes for love" page. I used one of the pocket pages that came with the kit for this one. In the pocket, I made 3 little "books" (they are just like a little card). Each one is labeled with one of the girls' names. On the inside, I had the girls write a special note/memory about baking with Nana. It was so sweet to hear what they had to say. So I can't wait to see her reaction when I give this to her later today! If you like this album kit, head on over the the Creative Cuts and More site and pick one up. They also have other album kits, and LOTS of die cuts for sale.
Thanks for stopping by today!

Friday, January 14, 2011

Ashley's Card

Hi there. Wanted to post this card my youngest DD Ashley made. She was very proud. The image is a Reily image, and the papers are all SU.

This is her entry for Messy's Mini Mission - Fur and Feathers. the moose has fur.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

QKR Stampede - Snail Love

Hi there. I hope you are having a good day today. Almost the weekend...woohoo...we have a birthday this weekend, so another crazy one. Well today I wanted to share another adorable QKR Stampede image with you. Today I have a card using the Totally In Love image. Isn't this image just so cute! Now I used it for a Valentine's card, but this could work for wedding, anniversary, Valentine's, or even just a general love card. I stamped these guys and colored them with watercolor crayons. Then I used some pearl smootch on them for make their shells shiny. I added some liquid pearl to the little hearts around them too. I layered onto the Nikki Sivils PP. I used a heart punch to cut the white heart out, and added a LOVE sticker too it. Last I added the pink heart brads. A simple card, but so adorable.
Thanks for stopping by today. Don't forget to check out the QKR Stampede store for this image and many other adorable images. Also, the DT will be having a Valentine's themed blog hop next sure to stop by and check it out!

This is for the following challenges:
Let's Ink It Up - Anything goes
Fuzzy Wuzzy Challenge - Anything goes...although my snails are more

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Summer Day

Hi there. I meant to post this earlier today, but I got a phone call from the school telling me my daughter was not feeling well. Turns out she had a really bad case of the "Fake-a-Flu". I am, FINALLY able to post this card I made this morning. I used this adorable digi image from Maurie J. Manning. I just love these images. They look just like my middle child. So, I colored this one to look like her. I used colored pencils, and Gamsol to smooth the lines. The PP is from Imaginisce. The ribbon in Maya Road, and the flowers are CM.
This card is for the following challenges:
Simon Says Challenge - Sketch
Do you Stack up? - Cute as a Button
7 Kids College Fund - Hot or Cold - I went with summery hot.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Cheesy Birthday

Hi there. Happy Tuesday and happy 1/11/11! I am so excited to share with you today because not only am I sharing my card for this week's Crazy 4 Cocoa challenge, BUT I am happy to say that I am the Guest Designer over at the Sketches in Thyme Tuesday Take! Wow, I think that was a bit of a run-on Anyway, our challenge for you this week at Crazy 4 Cocoa is "From the Kitchen". This is the sketch for the Tuesday Take. So a little about my card...I started with the Cocoa with the cheese from the Cocoa Kind of Christmas clear set. I thought the little cheese was perfect for "From the Kitchen". I colored the image with markers, and layered it onto the brown CS that I trimmed with a boarder punch. I layered that onto the birthday PP from SEI. The ribbon I had in my stash, and the yellow CS piece I hand wrote the sentiment on. The circle is punched from the SEI PP, and layered onto a scalloped circle. I am going ot give this card ot my DD who is turning 6. All of my girls know Cocoa by name, and love Cocoa images. =) it is your turn. Please join us at the Crazy 4 Cocoa challenge, and link up your "From the Kitchen" project using Cocoa. I would also love for you to join us this week at the Sketches in Thyme Tuesday Take. Be sure to stop on over at both blogs and see what the rest of the DT has for your inspiration!

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Cocoa Love

Hi there. Just stopping in quickly to share a card I made using this week's Sweet Stop Sketch. I had gone down to my craftroom to work on a different project, and ended up making this instead. I used this adorable Cocoa and Cookie digi from the Sweet 'n Sassy store. I colored with colored pencils and Gamsol. The PP is from the Target $1 spot, as well as the little felt heart. The velvet ribbon is from a Maya Road goodies box I got in December.
Well thanks for stopping by. Gotta youngest DD is not feeling well. I spent 45 minutes trying to calm her down, and finally got her to sleep and the phone rang. UGGGG! She is in bed again now, but who knows how long this will last.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Be Mine 3rd post for I had some good crafting time yesterday...had to share. Here is a card I made for the Sketches in Thyme Tuesday Take. I really liked this sketch, but was a little hesitant at first. I was very happy I played though. It turned out very cute...well at least I thought it used this cute Tilda Magnolia image I got as some RAK awhile back. I colored her with marker and added some pink stickles to her wings and hearts. The PP is all from SEI's Chocolate Stack. The little buds are some that were given to me at a crop, and the "string" (for lack of the proper term for it right now...the brain isn't working again) is some I had in my stash.

Thanks for looking!

All White

So white seems to be the in thing this I decided to play along with a few of the white challenges this week. First I am playing along with the Moxie Fab World Tuesday Trigger. Here is the photo inspiration.I am also using my card for this week's Cupcake Craft Challenge...which is White is White. And for my LO of this card, I am using the CASE Challenge from the Repeat Impressions Blog. I was actually really happy with how this came out. It is much prettier then I had expected to get with all I used a white CS base, and layered the embossed swirls white CS onto that. The ribbon is from my stash. Then I used a grey ink pad to stamp the branch. The image is from SU, and I can honestly say I don't think I have ever used Well I wanted a tiny accent color, so I added some teal blue stickles to the flower centers, and the tips of the swirls.
Thanks for stopping by!

QKR Stampede - Altered Puzzle Pieces

Hi there. It is QKR Stampede Thursday here on my blog. Today I wanted to try something I have been meaning to do for a long time. Awhile back (over a year), we organized all the kids puzzles. I decided to save some of the pieces to make altered crafts. Well...I finally did it! I actually used 2 pieces. I glued them together, and covered with the Echo Park paper. Then I added some glitter to look like a snow hill. I added the TREE image, that I stamped on dark green CS and fussy cut. I added some glitter to the tree to look like snow along the edges. Next I added the Cross Country Skiing Penguin image. I colored him and fussy cut him too. I was trying to make it look like he is going to crash into the tree...since he isn't looking where he is going. LOL Last thing I did, was flip the puzzle pieces over and add magnets to the back. I thought this would make a cute winter magnet for the fridge.
Well that is it for today. I have been working on another "big" project that I can't wait to share with you. Unfortunately you have to wait until the It is a gift for my mom, and I know she reads my blog. Have a great day!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Creative Belli Challenge 108- SNOW!

Hi there, and happy Wednesday. I don't know if this sounds bad, but I am so happy to be back on our schedule. I always said I would never be one of "those moms" who can't wait for their kids to go back to school. Well...I should have learned...but never say never! Not that I don't' want the kids home, just that our normal routine is so thrown off. I didn't even know what day it was last Well, thankfully we are back to our normal crazy lives. School, dance, gymnastics, girl scouts, etc. Today is a new challenge for you over at the Creative Belli Challenge. This time around we want to see SNOW! Not the real cold wet stuff (I have enough of that outside), but some sort of snow embellishments on your project. Now...remember, we don't want to see that brand new snowflake paper you got for Christmas, or new snowflake brads. We want to see the stuff you got LAST year, or even before that. So crack open that ribbon drawer, dig to the bottom and pull out some old snow ribbon or any other snow related embellishment you have in your stash. Here is what I came up with. I started with some snowflake PP...okay I will admit this is not that old, but it was all I had. Next I layered that onto some light blue CS, and onto a white CS base. I cut the circles using punches, and my Creative Memories cutting system. I stamped the penguin (which is a Sweet 'n Sassy image) onto the white circle, and colored him with watercolor crayons. I also paper pieced his scarf. I stamped the snowflakes (from Maya Road) onto the blue CS, and embossed with white embossing powder (that I have had for literally years). I added some stickles to the snowflakes for sparkle. Last I added the snowflake eyelets...which I bought over the summer because I had to have them, and now they sit in a jar on top of my storage unit and collect dust. So I thought this was the perfect time to crack them out.
Alright...your turn! First, head on over to the Creative Belli Challenge blog, and check out what the other Belli Girls have come up with. Then, create your own SNOW themed project, and link it up so we can see what you came up with.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Crazy 4 Cocoa Challenge 6 - New Year's Resolutions

So day for of are those New Year's Resolutions going? Each year we all make some sort of resolution...some way to try to better ourselves. I think last year I read somewhere that over 1/2 of us have giving up before Well I too am usually a "failure" with me resolutions, but they are still fun to make. This week at the Crazy 4 Cocoa Challenge, we want to see what some of your resolutions are. That is right...make a project using a Sweet 'n Sassy Cocoa image (of course) showing us some sort of resolution you made or are still working toward. Well, I went back and forth for this card. I had an idea what I wanted to work toward this year, but trying to depict it on a card...that was a whole new fun challenge for me. Here is what I came up with. So did you figure out what my resolution is? I am going to "strive for 5" as they like to advertise to us. I don't know about you, but I struggle to get my 5 servings of fruit of veggies (especially in the winter). So I really want to focus on that this year, which in turn will help me along on my weight loss journey. I have really struggled over the past couple weeks with the holidays, but I am determined to get back on track. So with this adorable image of Cocoa with a strawberry, and my whole bowl of strawberries, I am hoping to stay focused, and get back on track.
I stamped Cocoa and the strawberry from the Feeling Fruity Cocoa clear set. I used my Cricut to cut the other 4 strawberries and the bowl. The sentiment is from the same stamp set as well.
Now it is your turn to share. Head on over to the Crazy 4 Cocoa Challenge Blog, and check out what the other DT members came up with. Then link up your Cocoa New Year's Resolution project for us to see.

OH...and don't forget to check out the new Cocoa images and other great images from the January release at the Sweet 'n Sassy online store.

Monday, January 3, 2011

60th Birthday

Hi there. Happy Monday. I wanted to share a card I made for mom to use for a 60th birthday she is going to. I used the sketch from this week's Sweet Stop Challenge. I have had this PP for awhile now. I am not sure what company it is...which kinda stinks because I LOVE it, and want This is actually 2 different pieces. The green is the back of the striped paper. I started by layering the polka dot paper onto a white CS base. I added the stripes, then more of the polka dot paper. I picked red ribbon because there is red in the stripes. I thought it would be something bold and fun. I used the green for the corner circle, and to cut the 60 out. I added the white flower and a green rhinestone brad. The sentiment is from QKR Stampede.
Well that is all for now. Be sure to stop tomorrow for a new Crazy 4 Cocoa challenge!

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Dancing Poodle

Hi there. Happy 2011! I hope you all had a fantastic New Year's Eve, and 1-1-11! We spent our New Year's Eve with 2 of my brothers and their families, my mom, and some friends. It was so fun just hanging out, and watching the cousins all play together. I also learned that I am apparently pretty good at Texas Hold ' Although it is mostly luck, it was still fun winning. Anyway, after a brief nap this afternoon, I headed down to my craftroom to attempt to make a few things. Well...the mojo is apparently still napping, but I was able to come up with a couple things today. So I wanted to share this card with you. There is a DT call on The Pink Stamper, so I thought I would try out. If you have a Cricut, and are looking for ways to use it...The Pink Stamper is a great blog to follow. She is always putting up fun videos and eye candy for inspiration. A friend of mine introduced me to this blog when I first got my Cricut last March. Now I love seeing what projects she comes up with. Well the challenge today is to create a project using the colors pink, green, and brown. I just got the new Twinkle Toes Lite Cartridge the other day, and had to use it. My middle DD is having a birthday in a couple weeks, and I thought it would be fun to create a card for her. She is a ballerina, and loves "fancy" things. So I used the dancing poodle. I also made the little stage behind it. Both are from the Twinkle Toes Cartridge. I think it turned out pretty cute.
Well that is all for now. Have a fantastic rest of your 1-1-11!