"Scrapbooking is your own personal holiday"~~Sara

Friday, December 31, 2010

Enjoy The Season Card

Here's another card I made up with my new Enjoy The Seasons Imagine Cartridge.

Monday, December 27, 2010

I Won The Weekly Challenge For The Circle Blog

This is the Winning Entry. I am so excited to have won!
As a winner I got a blog button to post on my blog.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Rockin Around The Christmas Tree Card

This was made with the Imagine Snow Angel Cartridge and Shall We Dance Cartridge.
The dress was designed on the Gypsy.
This is for a challenge of having 9 items on the project and 2 cricut cuts.
There are 9 branches on the tree. I hope that qualifies.
I used Pearl Winter WhiteTulip Paint to accent the dress.
The dress is from Forever Young Cartridge. 4 of them were welded together to create the fullness.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Inspired Heart Cartridge - Christmas Blessings Card

This was made with the Cricut Inspired Heart Cartridge, Martha Stewart: Holiday Stack Paper.
The Message was printed in MS Word - Monotype Corsiva Font. This is a 6x6 card.
The Nativity was cut at 2-1/2". I heat embossed the Nativity with Gold embossing powder.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Blue Christmas Card

I made this card with the same concept in my previous post about printing on pastel papers.
For the card base I took a 1" snowflake and 1-1/2" snowflake from the Snow Angel Cartridge.
I autofilled the page on a 8-1/2"x11" pastel blue cardstock. I just printed the image. I did not cut it out.
I created a beautiful background for my card. Next I printed the Ornament in layers at 7". I then layered the ribbon around the ornament creating a frame around the ornament.

Printing And Cutting On Pastel Papers

I was playing around with the imagine today. I thought would experiment printing and cutting pattern papers on pastel papers instead of white paper. Here's an example of what I came up with. This is a pattern paper from Imagine Better Together Cartridge. Look at the neat effects you get from printing on pastel papers!

Saturday, October 9, 2010

I'm Customer Spotlight Winner For Provo Craft Newsletter


I am Customer Spotlight for Provo Crafts newsletter for a layout I submitted. 

I'm so excited!

Here's the link:


You Can submit your projects by email the details to:


I didn't use the online submission form because the cartridges I used were not listed.

But when I sent the email to chirp@Cricut.com 

I answered all the questions for the online submission form in the email.

In the subject line of my email I put: "Project Corner and Spotlight Submission"

Happy Crafting!

Monday, September 20, 2010

Fun Holiday Card

I just received my Imagine Snow Angels Cartridge in the mail today to use with my Cricut Imagine.
Here is a quick card I made up.
I embossed the snowflakes on the card base.
Then layered the paper, ribbon and embellishment.


Sunday, September 19, 2010

Catching Buterflies Layout

My Granddaughter had so much fun catching butterflies at our house. Here is a LO I did with the Cricut Imagine.

Cartridges Used:
Imagine Nursery Tails - For Tree and Pattern Paper on the wings of the Butterflies.
Imagine Best Friends - For the Girl
Create A Critter - For the Stumps and Butterfly Image.

Friday, September 17, 2010

TIP: Changing Skin Tones On Imagine Best Friends Cartridge

Did you know you can change the skin tones on the imagine best friends cartridge.
The Image Picture on the Right is the orginal Image from the best friends Cartridge.
The Image On The Left Has been altered using the edit feature.
What you need to do is edit the full body image and chose the skin color you want from the color wheel.
This will give you a solid color (in this case a peach flesh tone.) After Printing and Cutting you can get face stamps from peachykeen.com and stamp the face of your choice on that image.
This can be done with any skin color you chose.

                                Left Image is Altered skin tone.
                                Right Image is Original from the cartridge

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Spooky Halloween Card

This card was made on the Cricut Imagine. Using the 3 birds on Parade Cartridge and Best Friends Imagine Cartridge.  The Polka dot paper is from Best Friends Imagine Cartridge.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Monday, September 6, 2010

Picking Apples Layout

My Granddaughter and I spent Labor Day Weekend outdoors picking apples.
Here is a Double LO I made.

Cricut Cartirdges used:
A Walk in my Garden: Worm
Plantin Schoolbook: Grass and Basket
Doodle Charms: Apple
Ashlyn's Alphabet: Title
Bloom: Tree
A Child's Year: Girl with bucket

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Happy Halloween Ghost Centerpiece and Treat Cups


Cartridges used were:

Paper Doll Dress up -  Ghosts.
Small Ghosts -  4.65" Height and 2.57" Width
Large Ghost - 14.65" Height and 8.09" Width on Gypsy
Happily Ever After -3" Pumpkins
Don Juan - Weld Happy Halloween on Gypsy
Overall size of welded words - 7.54" width X 4.03 Height.
1-1/2" letter size

Instructions for the Treat box behind the pumpkins:

Treat Cup Instructions:

Cut 4 strips of paper 3" wide X 10" long, Score length wise at 1-1/2 inches
Next Score width at every 2". Cut in1-1/2" on the 3" strip of paper on the scored lines to center length of score line.
On one side. The other scored lines will be folded on the other 1/2 of the 3" strip of paper.
Fold on score lines and adhere with adhesive to form box. Embellish with Grass and Treats in box.
Instructions For making the 3D layered Pumpkins

Saturday, July 17, 2010

My Pink Cricut Expression Arrived Today!

I just got my Pink Expression Today! I'm so Thrilled to be able to get it! It was Love at First Site.

I added some Bling!

Here She Is...

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Meow~~~~Another Kitty LO

A Halloween Kitty LO!
The One thing I Love about Cricuting Is....
I can do any Holiday whenever I want!

Cricut Cartridges:
Meow - Paw Prints and Cats
Mini Monsters - Happy Halloween
Hello Kitty Greetings - Pumpkin

Happy Crafting!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Wedding Album Layouts

This is what I have complete so far on the wedding album I'm making.
I designed the side windows  at the sides of the LO using the Cricut Gypsy.
I'm sorry this is taking so long but now I'm having back problems which is going to delay things
further. So I thought I would post what I have so far.


Cartridges Used:
Rectangle Frame - George and Basic Shapes
Swirls, Flourishes and Corners - Picturesque
Rose - Picturesques
Rings and Couple - Wedding
H Monogram - Tie The Knot

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Little Miss Muffet Notebook Purse

This Note Book Purse I made for my Dear Granddaughter and she loves to draw in it.

This Notebook purse was cut to 6"x6" and bound in the Cinch by We R Memory Keepers
The Little Miss Muffet Cut is from the Cricut Cartridge Nursery Rhymes.

Outside Top Cover - 6"x 12" paper - scored at 4-1/2" and 5-1/2"
Outside cover Bottom flap - 6"x7" paper scored at -1/2" and 4"
Patter Paper - Cut at 6"x5-1/2"

Little Miss Muffet Image - cut at 3.20"X3.21" - Shadow
3.03"x3.21" for top layer of image.

Little Miss Muffet Words cut at 3.75"x2.48" for the shadow
3.67"x 2.48" for the top layer if Words

Velcor closure was purchased at walmart in the sewing section.
Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace border punch and corner punch.


Saturday, April 3, 2010

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Circle Layout - Challenge

This is my entry for the circle challenge thread on the Cricut MB.
I could think of a title so if anyone has any ideas
leave a comment! : )

The scallop circles and circles were from the Winter Woodlands Cartridge.

Saturday, March 13, 2010