Friday, January 29, 2010

A Butterfly Card

Hi Everyone!!

This is a card I made for a friend and she knows who she is ;o). I used a clear stamp set from Sassafras Lass, but sorry can't recall the name of it at the moment. I colored in the butterfly with watercolor crayons and used a blender pen to smooth out the lines. The ribbon came from the Dollar Tree and the punch was from Martha Stewart crafts from her punch around collection.

Thanks for looking!! I love comments!

Sunday, January 24, 2010


I have to admit I can't take all the credit for this idea. After seeing a video by mypinkstamper (she is awesome by the way!) I decided I would do my own version of her idea. If you want to see her video head over to and click on all videos.

I made these for my nephews Zachary and Cooper. So I can't wait to give the mailboxes to them. I hope they love them and to make sure I put candy inside. ;o)

I found the mailboxes at Target in the dollar spot. If you still want to make some hurry to your nearby Target because they are going fast. In fact I got the last two white ones they had. The paper was from DCWV The Grade School Stack. I used the Paisley Cricut Cartridge for the frogs, Design Studio to weld the letters from Making the Grade Cricut Cartridge and the ribbon was from the Dollar Tree.

I love comments!! So far I feel like Julie from the movie Julie and Julia she wanted comments on her new blog too. :o)

Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

A quick card

By quick I do mean quick! I almost forgot to make this card tonight. So, because of time I didn't use my Cricut, but thought it turned out well. This card is for a friend of mine she is going through some health issues right now. So I thought I would cheer her up with a card. I love comments!!

First post

Hi Everyone!

This is my first post! I hope you like the blog. I will be making changes I'm sure so keep checking back. I will be posting on this blog my projects so again keep checking back. Thank you for visiting!!


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