My own little blog hop!

Hey everyone! So I am working on a few layouts from my niece and nephew's first trip to the zoo. I think they are turning out quite well. I used a little bit of Cricut & Cuttlebug so I think I will post 1 page on each of my blogs just so none feel left out! ***giggle***  So this is the first page of the lo! Enjoy!
Cricut Carts used: George and basic shapes (star and circle background), Opposites Attract (words), Design Studio to weld the letters & make the circle in the background.
Cuttlebug embossing folder: D'vine Swirls
Paper: black cs (base), Creative memories "cottage collection" (background), Rusty Pickle (Fancy mat, polka dot, stars and stripes), PC Hug bug (tiger stripes), Bazzill Bling (trip and zoo)
PC Hug Bug: computer generated image (tiger)
Ink: Martha Stewart (brown and black)
Painted Daisy ribbon, buttons from stash
I think that about does it! Now hop on over to the Cuttlebug Blog to see the next page!
TYFL, Enjoy!


3 Card Challenges

Good Sunday morning everyone! I decided to hop around this morning and found that I could make 1 card for 3 different challenges this week. Wow! It was so much fun, and all the elements fit together!
First is CPS sketch #150:
Absolutly Fabulous!
Second is DCM "Hole in One":    Make a card with at least one hole in it!
Third is BBTB2:  Make a Valentine's project using ANY Cricut Cartridge, but it must have PURPLE! (my favorite color)

So here is what I came up with!

Close ups! (click on pic for larger image)
Okay So..... Recipe!
Cricut Carts = George and Basic Shapes (hearts and squares)
Paper = Pink cs, Printed paper from PC Hug bug
Stamps = Scrappy cat (be my valentine and hugs and kisses)
Ink = Studio g (purple)
Embellies = studio 18 (rhinestones), eyelets (purple), embroidery floss (purple)
Note: the words "two hearts one love" are computer generated
TYFL, Please share some love and leave a comment. Enjoy!


Birthday Gift

Happy Birthday to my good friend Annie! She loves the "country kitchen" idea. I hope she likes it!

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I just love the way these stars turned out! You can't tell from the pics, but they look like wooden stars!
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(close up of cranberrys)
When I started this project I went through all my carts trying to get the best "cranberry" branch. This is the one I thought worked the best. And I finally started using my Cricut Design Studio. This is actually my first project using it. So lets get down to the recipe!
Cricut Cartridges = Home Decor (branches), Doodlecharms (cranberrys), George and Basic Shapes (stars), Hello Kitty font (kelsey), Jasmine(home, story, our), Alphalicious (is, where, begins)
Cricut Design Studio = weld the letters together
Paper = Sassafras lass (background), dk brown(branches), dk maroon(cranberrys), black (letters), golden (stars)
Ink = Ink it up- brown (stars, cranberrys, branches)
White colored pencil (cranberrys)
The board was bought at Lowes and is 5.5 X 24. I cut the background paper slightly bigger than the board.
Well I hope to have inspired. Don't forget to leave some love! Enjoy!


Mans Best Friend

Page 1

Page 2

Okay, so I had 7 days off.... and I planned on scrappin, scrappin, scrappin.... but I tried for days to get some mojo and just couldn't come up with anything.... This 2 page layout took me 3 days.... :(
At least I accomplished SOMETHING..... right?  These pics are of my DH and our doggie Trout sleeping...
Pooh & Friends Cricut Cart = Wooden Picture frame
Mickey & Friends Cricut Cart = Bone, Paws, Fire Hydrant
George Font & Shapes Cricut Cart = Circles
Home Accents Cricut Cart = Butterflies (leaves of pear), Background (star design)
Alphalicious Cricut Cart = Letters (trout)
Paper = Creative Memories (circles), Misc (doggies), Blue cs, Green cs, Yellow cs, Lt Brown cs
Stamps = Studio g (I love dogs, puppy prints), Scrappy Cat (mans best friend-circle)
Ink = Studio g (brown), Ink it up (black)
Pens = Atyou Spica (glitter black)(butterfly body, antenna)
Bling from stash, Zig glue
That about covers it! TYFL, Enjoy!
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