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Sunday, November 1, 2009

Today's Featured Project: Merry Little Christmas Card

Merry Little Christmas Card Modern, upbeat holiday images make this décor inspired card one that your friends and family will adore. Even better? Our Ornament punch makes creating the Christmas ornament pieces a breeze! For recipe or purchase information, just click on the project!

Blog Finds





this great project from mel













Time to Trim the Tree....





Dale Livingston created this great project!

Decorative Tiles - Holiday Gift Class




Debbie Reeder created this great decor

this one is courtesy of sugar hill

[Snowflakebox.JPG]this great snowflake box is from Shari


Tammy's Project using Top Note and Spring Flower.

Pam W's Project using Scallop Envelope


Michele's Project using Top Note and Beautiful Butterflies.











Rachel crafted this great project!










margaret
crafted this beautiful board!




















all these great crafts are from Creative Craft Fusions

Friday, October 16, 2009

"Minnie Mouse" Sweet Treat!

What about this one by Julie


I just love sharing these projects from fellow SU demo's! I really hope you like them as much as I!

Petal Card Pouches

Petal Card Pouches




Why should you stamp?



1. You can get inky.
2. You can share stamps with friends more easily than you can shoes.
3. You've got control and options.
4. Tap, tap, press is a great rhythm.
5. Using alpha stamps is cheaper than using alpha stickers and chipboard.
6. Cards!
7. All the cool people are doing it: Ali Edwards, Tim Holtz, Rebecca Sowers, Sharyn Tormanen.
8. You need a new obsession.
9. Layouts!
10. Stamping has been around since the late 1800's--
it's about time you tried it.


cute Halloween projects

The pretty painted pumpkin below was made using a doily as a stencil. From BHG.

Erica Hofstetter made a Halloween wall hanging for Midnight Oil Scrapbook Designs. One close-up photo is shown below. You can see more of the project on Erica's blog here and on MOSD's blog here. As well, Erica has a Halloween mini book shown here.




Gif tags using the new Very Merry Tags Cartridge


These great tags are from Christmas with the Cricut


This is Joy and today's post is highlighting some of the super cute tags found on the Very Merry Tags cartridge. This cartridge has such a cute collection of 50 images/tags and is such a good price at $18.99 at our sponsor, Hallmark Scrapbook (click HERE to order).

The light bulb tag above was cut at 4 1/2" using green and white glitter paper from Hobby Lobby. It cut very easily with no multicut needed.



This bird tag was cut at 4 1/2" with the tag blue background also cut at 4 1/2". I embossed the tag blue background piece with the writing Cuttlebug folder and then used a white pen to make a stitching outline around the bird (a page out of Melanie's book LOL!) The outline brown tag section was cut at 4 3/4" so that a lip would show.



This Fa La La tag was cut using the Cosmo Cricket Jolly By Golly paper line - that music paper is just perfect for this tag! I cut it at 5" and used some red Core'dinations cardstock to back the tag (also cut at 5").



This candy cane tag was cut at 5"using red and white glitter paper. This was such an easy tag to cut but turns out so cute!



Finally, this tree was cut at 4 1/2" using green and white glitter paper from Hobby Lobby.

The wonderful thing about this cartridge is that the tags are so cute and cut so quickly and nicely. Making these tags took very little time and they would be perfect on a package or the front of a card even!

Remember, also, one of our guest designers, Susan, has submitted an entry into the Gypsy Design Challenge contest and you can vote for her by clicking here: The Gypsy 24-hour Design Challenge Project by Susan Edwards
This is Joy and today's post is highlighting some of the super cute tags found on the Very Merry Tags cartridge. This cartridge has such a cute collection of 50 images/tags and is such a good price at $18.99 at our sponsor, Hallmark Scrapbook (click HERE to order).

The light bulb tag above was cut at 4 1/2" using green and white glitter paper from Hobby Lobby. It cut very easily with no multicut needed.



This bird tag was cut at 4 1/2" with the tag blue background also cut at 4 1/2". I embossed the tag blue background piece with the writing Cuttlebug folder and then used a white pen to make a stitching outline around the bird (a page out of Melanie's book LOL!) The outline brown tag section was cut at 4 3/4" so that a lip would show.



This Fa La La tag was cut using the Cosmo Cricket Jolly By Golly paper line - that music paper is just perfect for this tag! I cut it at 5" and used some red Core'dinations cardstock to back the tag (also cut at 5").



This candy cane tag was cut at 5"using red and white glitter paper. This was such an easy tag to cut but turns out so cute!



Finally, this tree was cut at 4 1/2" using green and white glitter paper from Hobby Lobby.

The wonderful thing about this cartridge is that the tags are so cute and cut so quickly and nicely. Making these tags took very little time and they would be perfect on a package or the front of a card even!




Free Holiday SVG


Another great file ala Wanda


Today's Featured Video: make your own flowersoft

This one is from hog wild about stamping You can make your own Flower Soft, how awesome is that!


Turkey leg SVG