Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Ooh~la~la...Happy Birthday!

It's a good thing that the birthdays we celebrate (in my family) in April are females. These Stampin Up stamp sets are perfect for this occasion and I just love how the cards turned out. The border punch is from Martha Stewart. Paper and ribbon are also from Stampin Up. Thanks for stopping by...

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Strike A Pose

April showers bring...cute layouts?!? It's a rainy day here in Texas and a perfect time to scrapbook.
I made these cute little tulips with 3 circles cut out at the same size, using my George Cricut cartridge. The two on the sides are folded in half and the center circle is folded into a cone shape. I inked the edges and assembled, using ribbon for the stems and leaves.
Font is from the Hannah Montana Cricut cartridge, along with the butterfly below.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Friday, April 9, 2010

Stampin Up "Sunny Day" Birthday Card

It's great having these wonderful card kits on hand. I tend to not make cards until I need them and even then I wait until the last minute to put something together. This kit was purchased from Barb, aka Snowmanlover. You can click on her name to see all the goodies posted on her blog.
Have a terrific weekend!! =)

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Cosmo Cricket - Material Girl - Flowers

I'm really digging the Material Girl Paper from Cosmo Cricket. I love double sided patterned paper but have a hard time choosing which side to use!
This is perfect for my hand made flowers because you can see both sides of the pattern. I used a scallop and circle punch from Stampin Up.
For this particular flower I used a distressing tool around the edges.
Thanks for stopping by! =)

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Cosmo Cricket - Material Girl

I was able to get my hands on this new paper from Cosmo Cricket back in February and can't believe it has taken me this long to put it to use! I used my Cricut and Winnie the Pooh Font to cut out the word "cute" and doubled up on the letters to give it some dimension.
I used twine for the buttons at the top of the page. A heart punch from Stampin Up, then filled the heart with buttons.
The flower was made with a circle punch and double sided patterend paper.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!