I used Paper Doll Dress up for the Tree, Moon and Stars. I added some ribbon along the inside of the card and used a star to cover up the little knot.
I cut the three two times, one just a little smaller to make it look like a shadow, the moon is cut on white sparkle paper and I added the yellow stars. The tree and sentiment are embossed. Sentiment: Pink by Design
I am entering this into the following:
Techniques by Trish:Ok, now here is YOUR chance to enter in on the challenge!! If you have Everyday Paper Dolls or Paper Dolls Dress Up, use that to create a Halloween/Fall project. Because we don't want to exclude anyone, you can also enter a project with a Halloween/Fall theme as long as you've incorporated ribbon in your project!
I made this card for the More than Flavors challenge. It was super easy! I just cut the flower from Accent Essentials, starting at 3 1/2 and went down by 1/4 each time. Then used a large brad to put them altogether.
More than Flavors:This week for Wacky Wednesday I wanted to do a Color Challenge... The Colors are Pink, Black, Grey & White.
I just got the Stamping Cartridge, and I love it!! I finally busted open the cricut markers and love how nice the sentiments print! I also just love this cupcake! I first put the marker in and drew the cupcake, then I hit black out and put the blade back in and it just cut the outside! I blinged it out with everything sparkle! I stamped "make a wish" on the inside and used the candle from DoodleCharms. I used a hole puncher and pattern paper to add the dots to the candle, some 3D sparkle glitter for the flame.
I am entering this into:
BBTB2: Please join us this week with your own candle creations, we so love you playing along.
A friend of mine asked if I could do a party invitation for her little girl. She wanted it to be pink. Here is what I came up with:
I used an envelope to make this! (I saw a Utube video for this about a year ago, sorry can't remember who.) I cut the top off, used cricut markers to make the party time, decorated it with stamps then pushed it into my paper crimper, this makes the bottom of the envelope a little smaller so the top can slip on. I first used the markers to draw the cupcake from the Stamping Cricut Cartridge, then I cut it out added glitter, glossy accents, and embossing. Added some prima flowers and string around the top.
The inside is patten paper with matching card stock on top. I will be printing the party info and gluing it to the pink part.
I am entering this into : The pink Stamper:So your challenge is to incorporate an envelope into your project. Use an envelope in a layout, make an envelope to go with a card you have made, or make your project with an envelope,
Paper Doll Dress up has so many different accessory buttons, it is becoming one of my favorites! I love the scary birds that are on the new cartridges, but I don't have the new ones so I was so excited to find one on Paper Doll!
I used Paper Doll Dress up for the crow and the spooky tree. I heat embossed the crow two times to make him super shiny. The paper, orange vellum and ribbon is all from a prize pack that I won over at Serenity Scrappers. I used my drippy goo punch and added some buttons to hide the glue under the vellum, the stamp is from A Haunting we will go!
In My Garden Harvest Time: Create a project having to do with gardening (plants, gardening tools, vegetables, etc.)
Paper Playtime: AUTUMN You may interpret this theme any way you like... Fall, raking leaves, pumpkins, scarecrows, harvest, rodeos, Halloween, Thanksgiving, feasts, Pilgrims, Indians, cornucopia, door wreaths, gourd art, haystacks.... just use your imagination!
This is only my second time using a vintage image. I really like how this one turned out!
I found this image free on Vintage Holiday Crafts and built my card around it.
I used the Boo Cuttlebug folder and used orange chalk to highlight. I used embossing power for the first time on the Best Witches stamp from Pink by Design. (I finally cut open my heat gun after buying it months ago!!)
The broom I just found in the bottom of my craft bin, I used black ink to make it dark to match the brooms on the image. I used Stretch Your Imagination for the tag.
I am entering this into the following challenges:
Cuttlebug Challenge: Create a card, layout, altered item, home decor piece, or project of your choosing, with a NOSTALGIC THEME, being sure to use the Cuttlebug. You can use a Cricut cut, an image from Google search, an antique photograph image, some other old fashioned theme, or, of course, a piece from our sponsor, Crafty Secrets!