Thursday, June 24, 2010

I've been busy working on multiple weddings and other event invitations...keeping very busy. But I thought I would take a moment to post a scrapbook page for our family album. Love how this turned out!

Cricut Cartridges: Storybook (Font, Branch), Mini-Monograms (Scalloped square), Sweet Treats (Scalloped circle)
Cuttlebug embossing folder: Script (Brown photo mat)

Thursday, June 17, 2010

I can't believe it's already Thursday again...time for Emma at My Creative Time and her Throwback Thursday :) This week she is featuring Paper Dolls Dress Up and it must be a 3D project or altered project. This week I have been co-chair of the snack time at our VBS. We had a great group of gals that have been helping us all week. We wanted to make some little goodie bags to say thanks for all their hard work. Our theme was Galatic Blast, and we had some great treats for the week. Of course keeping the space theme in mind I wanted to create something with "solar flare". Using Everyday Paper Dolls I created these great treat bags, best part...I used only scraps ;) --Using Emma's gift bag idea...thanks Emma!!

Cartridges Used: Everyday Paper Dolls, George Basic Shapes & Once Upon a Princess

Monday, June 14, 2010

Emma at My Creative Time is hosting another Throwback Thursday. This week she is featuring the Stretch Your Imagination cartridge. I'll be honest, this is one I don't regularly use. It came with my Expression and hasn't been used but only a handful of times. It seems awfully cute, just never exactly what I'm looking for. I decided to use the pretty swirl to add to my husband's anniversary card. We celebrated 11 great years this past Saturday.
Cricut Cartridges used: Wild Card (Card, Oh Happy Day), Plantin Schoolbook (Hearts), Stretch Your Imagination (Swirls)

Friday, June 4, 2010

Emma at My Creative Time at has started a new Throwback Thursday, using older Cricut Cartridges. This Thursday she is featuring Animal Kingdom (or animal theme if you don't have Animal Kingdom). I don't have this cartridge but I do have the fun Zooballo. So I decided to use the adorable elephant.
Supplies: Cricut Cartridge --Zooballoo, Patterned paper --DCWV, Solid Paper --Paper Studio, Riboon --??