Saturday, December 17, 2011

Scrapmaster's Paradise Green Challenge

Here is a card I made last year for my stepsons. I made it with my Cricut and right now I can't think of the name of the cartridge. If someone really wants to know just leave me a comment and I'll find it for you.

I'm entering this card in Scrapmaster's Paradise Challenge. The card is supposed to be mostly green. I think this qualifies.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Scrapmaster's Paradise Red Challenge

This challenge is to use red as the main color on your project. I hope it qualifies. I think the red on this card really pops. To find out more about this challenge or to enter click here.

I made this card for my youngest stepson's birthday. He is into anything Chinese and was studying the language in college so I did all the words in Chinese and made him interpret it in front of me to see if he was really studying - lol! (He did interpret it correctly.)  Kennan LOVED the card and still has it on display in his apartment.

I got the idea for the cut from Scrap Guy 's Blog . He didn't have any directions on how to cut it so I just played around until I got something I could work with. The dragon is from the Cricut Pagoda cartridge.The middle of the card opens upwards and the 2 sides open outward. The card was 6 x 6.

I hope you enjoy!

Here's the inside!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Another Love to Crop Challenge

I'm entering this card in Love to Crop "ENCIRCLED and hugged..." Challenge. It needs to be a project with circles. Here is my entry.

I love the bright colors and the smiley faces! Super simple and easy card. Thanks for looking!

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Scrapmaster's Paradise October Blog Hop Challenge

This is the card that I made for my niece Olivia and her husband Pete  for their 1 year anniversary. I am also entering it into the Scrapmaster's Paradise October Blog Hop Challenge. The challenge calls for a project with the color orange.

The butterfly was cut with my Cricut but I can't remember what cartridge it came from. (Edit: I looked again and found the butterfly on my Close to My Heart - Art Philosophy cartridge. Not sure how I missed it the first time!)  The Happy Anniversary frame was cut from the the Close to My Heart - Art Philsophy Cricut cartridge. I think this is one the best cartridges out there.

Saturday, September 10, 2011