Sunday, November 21, 2010

Missing Ewe

I am really missing my family so I decided to make this card for one onf my family members.  Thank God I get to see them at Christmas. All except my brother Chris and his wife. They are in Texas and we wont be able to see them. I used the Nursery Tails Cartridge for the Lamb. The background was cut on blue paper using one of the shapes included on the Cricut Imagine machine. I then embossed the paper with a Cuddlebug embossing folder called Morrocan Screen. I cut the oval shape using the Cuddlebug Pearl Frame. Using only the center piece that you would normally throw away.The outer oval was cut using my Creative Memories oval cutters. I hope you like the card and thanks for visiting.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

You Make Me Hoppy

The Cricut Imagine Nursery Tails Cartridge is filled with several cute animals that can be layered into just about any design you choose. I used the background layers of the Sweet baby lamb layout and cut into two different sizes and color filled them. I then filled the center layer with a differnet background that matched the frog. The frog and bird were taken from the Baby Boy layout on the Nursery Tails cartridge. I used my Martha Stewart scallop edge for the bottom. I then took some clear label stickers and madprinted out some sayings that went along with the designs on the cartridges I have. I used Microsoft word and Avery Labels to make the sayings.

Friday, November 19, 2010


I made this card with my Cricut Imagine and the Best Friends Cartridge. I love all the different ways you can use the Imagine. I still wouldn't get rid of my expression because it cuts harder materials and is also portable. I am hoping they come out soon with different designs for the Imagine that are more elegant and not so cartoonish. I look forward to see what they come out with in the future.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Cricut Imagine Challange Card

I made this card with the Cricut Imagine Imagine More cartridge for My Pink Stampers Imagine challange. I love My Pink Stampers website!  I have had the chicken wire paper for a long time now and never knew how to use it. It was perfect for this project.