Olivia wanted to make a card for our friends son's 2nd birthday, So I gave her a stamp, markers and some punches and we made a beautiful card!
Saturday, September 19, 2009
I also cased this off one of my friends secret sisters projects. It was pretty simple, the basis is 3 regular letter envelopes sealed & cut at 6 7 & 8 inches, bound together so they flip, some coordinating paper and some embellishments, I haven't completely finished embellishing the outside or the inside front envelope. But I won't do that untill I give it to someone and I usually don't remember to take a picture before I give it away! LOL. If you require exact measurements just let me know.
This card is for my neighbour's daughter who's turning 2, it's a spin on my earlier card below. I used the Walk In My Garden Cricut Carteridge for the flowers and just staggered two different papers, and used my "cut grass" scissors to make the grass, and some ribbon for the stems and pop dots for the flowers.
Autum is my favorite time of year, I just have a thing for the beautiful colors and the crisp air. So I was inspired to make some Autum/Fall cards. The Tree I cased off a card I saw on Splitcoast, sorry I can't remember who, but she had done butterflies, and since I don't have a butterfly punch I decided leaves would be perfect....on a tree....duh! LOL. I cut the base of my tree on my cricut using my stretch your imagination carteridge. And the pumpkin card I cased from my friend who is part of the secret sisters on Splitcoast. She recieved a card from her secret sister with a basket weaved with ribbons, so her and I were tossing around ideas of "stuff" to put in baskets and I thought pumpkins would be great. Sadly these aren't actually pumpkins, I don't have a pumpkin stamp and I'm dissapointed that there isn't a Halloween Cricut Carteridge (which I hadn't realized till my friend pointed it out) SO, these are the bodies of turtles with the head & legs cut off from my Walk in My Garden Cricut Carteridge LOL. Worked great tho!