Friday, March 26, 2010

Project Thursday

Lots going on lately, but I have made a few things that I would like to share with you.

I am loving card making lately and find it to be so much fun and something that I can complete quickly and have a wonderful sense of accomplishment. Knowing that you can start a project and complete it and deliver it to the intended person all in the same day is a good thing!

This card was made using the Serenade cartridge to cut the bird cage. The background is made using the Cuttlebug folder Birds and Swirls. The little bird house is a button that I cut the shank off of, and the chain on the birdcage I made with craft wire. I really like this card and the picture really doesn't do it justice. The actual colors are much richer.

Yappy Easter!  From the Paper Pups cartridge. the eggs are ovals from George and the basket is from Doodle Charms. This card was Fun Fun Fun to make. 

I made "It's a Boy" for a contest. I had to make a paper doll and use glitter, chalk and dress it up.  I used everything asked for and the face was drawn with Micron marker. 

I like to sketch my layouts and cards and I have to tell you, this card looks NOTHING like what I planned. The title was supposed to be a pyramid and the baby was suppose to be crawling.  But as I was working on the card I realized that it just wasn't going to work for me. So we have the card above. 

Last project for this Project Thursday... Something for my mom... 

I think this is sweet and I know my mom will love it.  I am going to put Easter grass in it and then some candy and a small gift. This basket was cut using Plantin School Book. The flowers are from a kit I bought at Big Lots.  I used Stickles on the leaves and flowers. I cut the flowers using George. Mom loves these colors and I  tried to put it all together into something that I thought she would like and would be able to put out for months!  LOL... 

Well... Its almost Cricut Saturday... I have a few things to share... so come back tomorrow!

Please leave a comment, I love to hear what you are thinking...  

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