Monday, September 12, 2011


Sending a big congratulations to my cousin Tim.  He is getting married on Saturday Sept 17th.  I made this card for the happy couple.  I used Webster Pages' ribbon with DCWV Linen paper line and lots of jewels.  I cut the sentiment with by Cricut using Martha Stewart's cartridge Elegant Cake Art and also Martha's paper punches.

Here is a photo with the envelop included in the background.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011


Another Webster Page creation.  I made this card for myy scrapbooking friend Trish.  Just a "Thinking of You" card.


Well I'm totally into Webster Pages products.  I love, love, love the vintage look, but the feel is not old it's more cozy and retro, perhaps some would call it shabby chic.  You have to check'em out.

So wanted to send Mom a card while she is in Ohio during the summer (she winters here in Florida).  I created this card with a nice summer feel to it.

One item that I'm especially proud of is the sun hat.   I kept looking at the chair and thought it needed something.  Then of course, I'm going through my stash trying to figure out what I could use, finally after coming up with nothing.  I decided to try my hand at making my own sun hat, can you believe I made it from scratch! Think it turned out pretty good.


My friend Heather is an excellent cake decorator.  The things she can do with icing is amazing.  So anywho I decided to do a little cake decorating myself for her birthday.  Well me and icing aren't well acquainted.  So sticking with what I know, I made her a paper cake in an exploding box!

Lots of fun details in this.  I had this really large bottle cap and decided to run it through my BigShot. It turned into the cake plate.  The flowers are from Craftwork Cards
Here is another photo of the cake.
I heard that her son tried to take a bite out of it.  Happy Birthday Heather.


I have some catching up to do on my blog. 

This card was created for Lindsey she graduated in June 2011.  I love the letter "G" when it is drawn this way.  The school colors are blue and gold.  Like me, she graduated from Pompano Beach High School.
I cut the letters with the Cricut, the paper is from American Crafts.