Monday, November 14, 2011

Three Bs

I am entering this card into the 365 Cards Day 255 challenge of the three Bs; Blue, Brass, and for the 3rd I picked Beaver. I use Birthday Bash and George and Basic Shapes cartridges to make this card. I also embossed the blue paper on the inside of the card with an embossing folder I made myself using the Paperlace cartridge. My brass might be a little hard to find because it is the brass eyelets on the inside of the card and I put ribbon through them. I had a lot of fun making this card. Thanks for the great challenge.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Purple People Eater

I used the Hoot n' Holler and George and Basic Shapes Cartridge to make this card. With some manipulation of owls I was able to make a few monsters, one being a purple people eater. On the other monster I used glossy accents to make it appear slimy. I used makers in the Cricut to make the lettering. I am entering this card into the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog #82 – Purple People Eater. Thanks for the terrific challenge this week, I had a lot of fun with this one!

Friday, October 7, 2011

Too Cute To Spook Owl

I used Hoot and Holler and Paper Lace Cartridges to make this card. It was fun combining two challenges to make one card. I am going to give it to my 2 year old cousin for Halloween.

Craft Spot Monday challenge#28

Cardz TV ~ Cricut Cardz Challenge #92  

Thursday, September 29, 2011

#79 – Leaves are Falling Fantabulous Cricut

I used hoot and holler & paper lace cartridges for this card along with a cuttlebug embossing folder and glossy accents. I am also entering this card into My Craft Spot Monday Challenge#26.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

#78 – It’s a Pirate’s Life (Fantabulous Cricut Challenge)

I used Hoot and Holler, Meow, George and basic Shapes, and Paper Lace Cartridges to make this card. Then I went a little crazy with bling.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Cardz TV challenge #91

I used Meow cricut lite, George and Basic Shapes and Paper Lace. I used glitter glue for the cat's eyes and jewels for the 'creepy' eyes.