Saturday, January 25, 2014

Die-Namites Die Monthly Challenge - Birthday Card

Over at the Die-Namites Blog, they are hosting a challenge with the following sketch for January:

Here's my card for the Challenge:

I used the Die-Namites Fall Breeze Die:

Supplies Used:
Cuttlebug Machine
Die-Namites Die - Fall Breeze
Spellbinders Nestabilties  - Big Scalloped Ovals

Recollections Cardstock (solid)
DCWV  Black Current Stack (striped paper)
Recollections  Flower
Rhinestones (dollar store)
Memento Ink - Tuxedo Black(for inking edges)

Craft Smart Embossing Pad
Stampendouse Embossing Powder - Detail White
Hampton Art Stamp (sentiment)
Ribbon from my stash
Self-adhesive foam mounts

Thanks for checking out my card.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Love You Card

Here's a Valentine Card on a square base:

To give the sentiment some depth, I glued together three layers of cardstock before running it through on the die the Cuttlebug. 

Supplies Used:
Cuttlebug Machine
Cuttlebug Love Language Cut  & Emboss (die and embossing folder)
Die-Namites Die - Floral Corner
Spellbinders Nestabilties  - Big Scalloped Square
Notecard card base (5" x 5")
Recollections White Gold Shimmer Cardstock
Recollections Red Cardstock
Pink Cardstock from my stash 
Rhinestones (Me & My Big Ideas)
Memento Ink - Angel Pink, Rose bud, London Fog (for inking edges)
Self-adhesive foam mounts

Thanks for checking it out.

Monday, January 6, 2014

Happy New Year - 2014

Here's a card that I made for the New Year:

The cards stock was scraps left over from other projects and the ribbon was discarded from a box of chocolates that was delivered to our offices.  The 2014 is from the Hello Kitty Font Cartridge welded using Cricut Craftroom.  The label and scalloped circlers were made using Spellbinder Dies run through my Cuttlebug.  The sentiment is a Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp from Stampin Up topped with Rangers Glossy Accents.

Thanks for looking.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Frankie Stein from Monster High Birthday Tag

Here's a tag I made using the Cricut Paper Dolls - Teen Scene cartridge:

I was inspired by Scrapalette who made  a Clawdeen from Monster High using this cartridge - you can check out Scrapalette's Clawdeen on Scrapalette 's Blog.