Welcome friends and crafters. Today I have a Halloween pennant to share with you using the beautiful CottageCutz Halloween dies. This pennant is 11 inches long. I did not use a template. I just cut it out with cereal box chipboard and covered with designer paper. The Haunted House is 4 x 6 and mounted on a large rosette.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Thursday, October 9, 2014
When you need a quick last minute card for a gift-you can whip this up in a matter of minutes. It's easy with the Birthday Wishes Doily die. And it just looks fabulous, doesn't it! If you want to add a little sparkle to glitz up the die-it would also be fabulous. Thanks so much for stopping by. I appreciate it. See you soon. This is the die I used:
Monday, September 29, 2014
Fancy Baby Girls Clothes.
Tiny button accent the clothes and are complimented with the button embellishments. The tiny little clothes pins hold the die cuts on bakers twine. The Congratulations die cut is from the Expressions line release. Doesn't gingham always glam up a baby card!
Aren't those little girls clothes darling! I can't resist a banner-hence the creation of this clothes line to displaythe sweet little outfits. Each piece was cut with a different designer paper but all ordinate perfectly.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Marvelous Magnolia Challenge
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Fancy Dress die is featured on the front of the card envelope. Isn't this so sweet. I cut the dress on pink cardstock and distress with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink, mounted the dress on the Tea Time Doily. The Baby die from the Expressions release was used for the sentiment on this pretty card.
Fancy Mary Jane Shoes Die. It doesn't get more "Baby Girl" than that!
It was so fun to create this. I love rolling roses with burlap. I think they are just so sweet. Thanks for stopping by today to view my post. I appreciate it very much. Until next time, Happy Crafting and see you soon! Here are the dies used:
Friday, August 29, 2014
Baby Sock Mini die from CottageCutz. I used blue gingham paper and rolled burlap roses. Don!'t you just love the little mini clothespin that holds the glassine bag shut.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Thanks for view my mini album. It was a fun project for me. I love doing mini albums and 3-D projects. I have several to share....I need to catch up...lol I am currently taking classes for Cake Decorating. It's something I wanted to do for years. With my oldest son getting married in March, his future wife and I decided to make the cake for the wedding. I am in the third course currently with one more course to go. Each course is 4 weeks. Believe me ladies when I tell you that making flowers with fondant and gum paste is like creating them with paper. Just saying!!! Happy Crafting and see you soon!