Sunday, August 31, 2014

Fun card to make, & guess I'll have it when Valentines Day comes along. I used some Cherry Ice Stickles on the lips, added a few heart brads & the cardstock is from The Little Miss DCVW stack.

Monday, August 25, 2014

This lantern file is also from svgcuts.com & was a neat one to work on. I love how it looks with a little light inside. I cut some Christmas images from Anna Griffins Winter Wonderland, I also added some red jems to the red berries..I did this project for mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com so if you want to see more projects please check it out.

Sunday, August 24, 2014


This is my Christmas themed creation for My Cricut Craft Room- Design Team. I'm having fun creating projects for the Design Team I'm in & we have a lot of talent in our group. I created this project from a svgcuts.com file I purchased. You can see more at mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com


Thursday, August 21, 2014


I made this witch's hat from a file I purchased at svgcuts.com. What a fun hat for halloween.













Here it shows the top can be removed. Makes a little candy box.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

I was asked to join a Design Team for the Cricut Craft Room Design Team.... How exciting this will be. Stay tuned & you'll see some new projects. The design team link is  http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com 

Please leave a comment when something strikes your fancy. 



Monday, July 28, 2014

Another fun poinsettia Christmas card. Thanks for taking a look.
I love making Christmas cards, one of my favorite things to do with paper crafts.  Again this card was made with my Winter Wonderland cricut cart. from Anna Griffin.
Christmas in July-This was a simple ornament card I made on a whim. I used the Winter Wonderland cart. & my Explore machine to cut the ornamnet. I embossed the leaves with my cuttlebug & swiss dots folder. I used red ripple holographic card stock & gold shimmery card stock. Very simple card to make. Thanks for stopping by.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

This is a purse made from cardstock/paper, I cut this from Tags, Bags, Boxes & More Cricut cartridge. This stands roughly 4" tall & is 4" wide at the very bottom.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Rosette Tutorial for Design Space

First I found the rosette I liked on Anna Griffins Summer Soiree cartridge & put it on the canvas in design space. You will need 4 panel for this rosette, so I sized the one panel & duplicated it 3 times.. This one is the Pool rosette. I cut these particular panels at 4.68" wide x 2.10" in height.

The folding is easy, find the score lines & do an accordion fold. Over, under, over, under, once you start folding it goes quick.


This is when I start adding glue. I use Aileen's Turbo Tacky Glue-Works as good as hot glue in my book.

I use little paper clips, but it's not necessary. I use them because I have them. If you want to I am sure clothes pins would work fine. I've made them without clipping them & they stay together fine.


Here are the 4 panels glued together.

Now I lay the 4 panels down & start to form a circle so I can then glue the last two ends together. This is probably the hardest part & it's not really hard at all. :)

Here it is standing on end.All ends glued together. Next I need to lay it flat to adhere a circle or scallop or whatever shape you want for the middle, this gives it some stability to hold the rosette in a circle.

Now this might look goofy, but it's the way I do it. I have to set something with a bit of weight to it to hold this rosette down, otherwise I will never finish & get the middle circle glued on. Don't laugh. I have arthritis in my hands & most all joints so this is what works for me.

The final rosette, I cut the center circle at 1.5"

I cut this one with double sided cardstock so I have two sides to my rosette. I loved doing double sided paper for these. This cardstock is from a DCVW stack. I hope my tutorial was easy to follow. I have to admit it's the first one I've ever done. Please show me what you make....Have fun & I have to warn you, they are addicting.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

I made these big flowers with the Cricut Explore, I love making flowers.

This is a flowers wreath I made with my Cricut Explore machine. The flowers are very small, some as small as 1/2". Please leave a message & tell me what you think.


Sunday, May 11, 2014

This is another file Narelle shared with me, I love her files. So clean & easy to cut. This one is a tissue box cover for the tall square box of kleenex...All I added was the flower I made a while back. Very fun to play with & add your personal touch to. Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment.


Monday, May 5, 2014

Tri Fold Card, how fun is this? I been making all kinds of fun cards with my Crciut Explore from Provo Craft. Please leave a comment so I know you were here. Thanks.

Monday, April 28, 2014

The card in a box was cut on my Explore die cutting machine. Narelle was kind enough to share her cut file with me & others.
If you go to Narelle's Blog & become a Follower she will share the box file with you if you ask. Here's her link. Enjoy!
http://thenon-craftycrafter.blogspot.com/

Thursday, April 17, 2014


Happy Birthday cake for my daughter. I made home made buttermilk cake with butter cream frosting.
This is where I got the inspiration for the flower on my hat.

Home Made Rose onWool Hat


I made this flower & glued down each petal. I rolled & folded the petals until I thought it looked more like a real rose... I added ink to the edges for some distress & depth & then put a lot of Mod Podge all over the flower. I used stickles to put a glitter effect in the middle. I attached the flower to the hat with some long decorative hat pins.

Just Because Card

Fun card to make, I sprayed a bit of home made gold glimmer mist on the card. Then added a couple cuts from my cricut.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Turquois Flower Card

Made this using the Edge To Edge Cricut cartridge. Has some great shapes on it.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Stamped Cat Card

I really like how this one turned out, the background paper reminds me of Cat Eyes!!!  Hope you like it, and please leave comments on my cards if you would like to. I really appreciate your input-comments, and or questions.  :)

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Bee Happy

I wanted to use my new Honeycomb embossing folder so I decided to use my Bee Happy stamp to match. I used some brown craft paper, embossed it with the honeycomb embossing folder, inked it a bit with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo distress ink.
Embossed a small strip of yellow cardstock with the honeycomb strip emboss folder & inked it with mustard seed yellow distress ink.
Stamped a square with the Bee Happy stamp & inked the edges, under that you'll see a stripped ribbon which is by Stampin Up & the color is called Daffodil Delight & for some reason it looks greenish in color, as does the square that is attached just above the ribbon.

 They are both very yellow.
Funny how the camera can play tricks on us.

Another Everyday Card

This was an easy one to make, I love the easy cards. All I did was emboss half the card & then add some cardstock to the other half. Added a matching flower & ribbon & it was finished.
I really like this Cuttlebug embossing folder, it's came in a pack of four folders called-Decorative Tile Set.

Purse & A Card

These don't necessarily match but took a pic. of them both at the same time.
I cut the purse with my Cricut Expression using the Tags Bags Boxes & More cartridge & I also used the Expression to cut the card. I added ribbon & a silk flower & a couple brads. I love having a fair amount of cards on hand for when the occasion arrises that I need one.

Simple Flower Card

I made this fun simple card in just minutes...I embossed some white cardstock with a Cuttlebug folder called Traffic Jam. Then added it to my card base which is 5x5".
Then added a chevron zig zag in green, a prima flower & a brad in the center. So quick, fun
 & easy.