Sunday, July 29, 2012
Saturday, July 28, 2012
I attended a crop this weekend and the theme was "Cowgirl Up". I am a part of the "Woodstock Swarm" and it is just a couple of wonderful girls with all of the paper, tools, bling & adhesive on this side of Georgia. We usually get together every few months to crop. This time we decided to mix things up a bit and exchange calling cards. They are 3 by 3 cards decorated on the front with your information on the back. There is a first time for everything and this was my first time making calling cards. They were fun to make and create. Hope you guys enjoy and leave a kind word or two. Thanks for stopping by, Sharondalyn.
Friday, July 27, 2012
We had a magical time during our last visit to Walt Disney World. Every visit is a new experience for us. This visit was by far the greatest to date. We did not wait in line for hours to meet our favorite princesses and of course I had my brand new camera (Canon 60D) to capture every magical moment. Here are some of the layouts that I have completed for my albums. Thanks for looking and please share your thoughts.
Thursday, July 26, 2012
My cousin's daughter turned 7 and the theme of her party was Hello Kitty. In fact, she loves hello kitty. When I learned this, I just had to make her a hello kitty birthday card. I also sent her a hello kitty tee-shirt. My cousin said it was a hit at the party and that she received a ton of hello kitty goodies!!! Thanks for looking and do leave a kind word.
Hello fellow bloggers, here is a card that I made for a friends upcoming nuptials. I totally got inspiration for this card idea from "Faith Abigail Designs". She is so talented and provides great inspiration. Here is my take on such a lovely card. I used the cricut cartridge "Sweethearts" for the entire card and the paper was printed using the imagine cartridge "Black and White". Thanks for looking and following my blog.
I decided to try my hand at heat transfer vinyl. It is so super easy to use. I purchase all of my vinyl from www.expressionsvinyl.com. They have such good prices on HTV and a great selection to choose from. I designed the images using my gypsy and cut them using my cricut. Then I pealed the access vinyl away from the image and used my iron to transfer onto my tee shirt. The settings I used to cut the vinyl on my cricut 3-6-3. It works for me. I tried 3-3-3 but the images were way too difficult to remove from the sheet. So without farther adue, here is my project..
Another layout for of my son's 3rd grade trip to the nature center. I cannot believe that he will be entering 4th grade in just a couple weeks. Whew! Where has the time gone? Anyway, I have challenged myself to complete his book before he starts 4th grade. Looks like I will be one busy crafting lady!! Thanks for supporting my blog and do leave a word or two.