Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Yep, I made another one and yes I used Graphic 45 papers again. I almost always use my cricut expression too and this card was no exception. The Winter Woodlands cart has the holly leaf that I used to make this wreath. I used the George and Basic shapes cart on the silhouette feature to cut out a circle as a guide to put the holly leaves in a circle. Voila! But I must say this card takes time, so plan on a whole afternoon to make this baby!
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Monday, November 23, 2009
This is fast becoming another one of my favorite paper lines! I used the Graphic 45 Christmas Past collection and my Cricut Expression to create this card. I think it has such a days gone by feel to it, and brings back the charm of Christmas' Past.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
I can't believe it, and I am so excited!! Can't wait to see all the things Karen has in store for us at her site Pages in Time. She also has her very own scrapbook store, and you can order your scrap goodies from her while you browse the galleries full of talented people! So click on the badge at the top of the screen and it will take you directly to her site. Can't wait to see you there!
Sunday, November 8, 2009
This plaque just screamed at me to be created. My goodness, Graphic 45 did most of the work for me! The Santa they created is awesome!!
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Their designs are fantastic and I find them so easy to work with! I have already purchased their Christmas papers and can't wait to start playing with them! For this layout I cut what I wanted out of the paper designs. I also did a lot of border punching using Fiskars apron lace punch and a Martha Stewart 3-dot punch. For the frame I used Fiskars threading water border punch, but what I loved most was when I used twine and weaved it in and out of the punched circles! It worked perfectly with the papers!
Monday, November 2, 2009
This time I used the Ancestry.com collection. These papers are great for vintage pages! I am still not used to doing those type of pages, but I think I pulled it off. I also used a lot of Tim Holtz products. Distressing inks, mask, key, and lock and the cut and dry foam that I used to apply the ink. I love his products and they worked so well with this K and Co collection!