Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Guest Designer at Die Cuttin Divas - Anything Goes!

I am super excited today!  I am guest designing for Die Cuttin Divas Anything Goes Challenge!

I couldn't resist making using this adorable Elmo Bunny!


 Isn't he just the cutest!!!  He can be found on the Elmo & Friends Holiday Cricut Cartridge.  He was cut at 3 1/2 using my Expression, yep I still use old faithful! 

Don't forget to head over to Die Cuttin' Divas and link up your project! 
 

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

A Spring Wreath

Hello and Happy Tuesday!

I have a wreath to share with you today.  Of course I had a little help from my Mommy.  I wanted to keep it super simple. 


I started with a grapevine wreath and added some hibiscus along with some fillers.  I purchased the wooden "E" painted it white and hand painted the polka dots on it so they aren't too perfect.  LOL  Last but not least I made a green bow and there you have it a spring wreath!  

Until next time...............

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Invite

Okay, so I dug around and guess what I didn't take any pics of the invitation once it was completed.  But here are some pics as I was making it and sending it to my DIL for her approval. 


I used the princess party Cricut cartridge to cut out the invites.  They were cut at 5 1/2. 


 I punched the snowflakes using my Martha Stewart punch.


I created the "Elsa" silhouette using my Cameo and the frame was cut using my Cricut.  I matted the invite onto a water glitter mat and then adhered it to the inside to the card. 

Note:  First off this was not my original idea, I found a card on Pinterest that I liked and scrap lifted it.  Secondly, I made some changes to the outside of the card, rather than using the shimmery paper, I changed it to the white glitter paper.  I'm hoping someone in my family has one and I can update my post with the finished project.  

I can't believe I didn't take any pics!

Thanks for stopping by!  
Until next time........

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

A Winter Wonderland/Frozen Birthday Party

Hello!  How are you?  It's been a while since I posted just to post.  So sorry about that.  I have a couple of projects to share today.  My grand daughter just had her first birthday party and it was a Winter Wonderland/Frozen Party!  I have to say my DIL did a fantastic job with the decor. 

I made a couple of banners:



 FYI: This is not completed, but the only close up to show that each of the snowflakes had some bling.

To create the banners, I used a combination of my Cricut and my Cameo. 

I was also lucky enough to make her cake.  LOL


And a smash cake! 


As I mentioned earlier, my DIL did a FANTASTIC job decorating:


Last but not least the Princess herself!


Just like Cinderella, she lost her shoe!  LOL 

I hope you enjoyed my pics today.  I'm looking for a pic of the invitation I created but for some reason I can't seem to locate it.  Yikes, did I not take a pic????

See you again soon!
 

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Groovy 70's Birthday Blog Hop


Disco, Tiger Beat, Pet Rocks, Mood Rings, and Platform Shoes
Cassette Tapes, Roller Skates, Loves Baby Soft and Boob Tubes.
If you were a child in the Groovy 70's then you most likely remember all of these Dynomite things!

 Thank you for joining us in this Far Out Blog Hop celebrating Connie's Birthday!
The 1970's were full of style, fashion, and fun. What better way to celebrate a birthday!
You should have arrived from Holli
If you need to start at the beginning,  Connie Can Crop is the first stop on this Groovy blog hop.


This is a one day blog hop and we appreciate your leaving a comment for all of these talented crafters who are here sharing their ideas and creations.



I have a fantastic sponsor this month, 3 Girl Jam!
They will be giving one lucky winner a $10 gift certificate to spend on their super awesome ribbons and embellishments!

Visit 3 Girl Jam's blog
on facebook
and shop here

 What do you need to do to win? Easy... become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects.
You will have until 12:00 am Monday to finish this hop and leave your comments.

Winners will be announced on Wednesday at Connie Can Crop.

Be sure to follow everyone and leave your blog love along the way!

Keep on Truckin' Friends!! Peace!


I used Groovy Times Cricut Cartridge to cut my "FEMALE" sign.  It was cut at 3 inehes using my scrap paper.  The background paper is from DCWV.  My awesome crinkle ribbon is from none other than 3 Girl Jam.


Up next is the super talented SANDY

 Here is our complete line up in case you get lost along the way: