Thursday, October 29, 2009

It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown

Made this for my oldest son. I was inspired by the Charlie Brown halloween special. I used the Paper Doll Dress Up cricut cartridge for the ghost and trick or treat bag. I cut another eye opening and then made all the eyes look cut uneven. I added his rocks by his bag.

Punk Skull Card

Another really quick Halloween card. This one is for my 13 year old son. Right now he thinks pink is a fun color. Probably because if he wears or uses it, he gets people to notice him. The skull is from the Cricut Cart Indie Art, the cat is from Paper Doll Dress Up and the sentiment is a stamp. I used the Martha Stewart drippy goo punch along the pink border

Coffin Card

This is a quick card for my husband for Halloween. I left it to the last minute so it had to be very quick and simple. I used the Paper Doll Dress Up cricut cartridge for all the coffin, skeleton and bat. The letters were done with Base Camp. The word "Boo" is a stamp. I welded the coffin together in Design Studio.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

I won, I won!!

I am so excited! I won the blog candy from PeachyKeen Stamps. The prize is fabulous. Not only did I win several stamps, paper, ribbon, stickles, clear blocks, but I also won a $25 gift certificate. Everyone should check out their great products. All are wonderful but my favorites are the face stamps that I can use with my Cricut paper dolls. Thank you Kathy for such a wonderful suprise!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Cowboy Card

Made this card for a special one year old boy. I used the Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut cartridge for the cowboy. His face is a PeachyKeen stamp. The number one was cut using the Sesame Street Font Cricut Cartridge.
Cricut cuts:
Cowboy: PDDU cut at 5 inches
#1: Sesame Street Font cut at 7 inches

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Anniversary Card for my Husband

Our anniversary was last month so I am a little late getting this posted. I used the Home Accents cartridge for the word 'Love" and Mini Monograms for the squares and scalloped squares.

Halloween Magnet Wall

I have been trying to keep my magnet wall in my daycare area updated for the holidays/seasons. I just got all the kids dressed in their Halloween costumes. Aren't they cute? I used the Everyday Paper Doll Cricut Cartridge as well as the Paper Doll Dress Up Cartridge to make all of the kids, costumes, pumpkins and leaves. For the faces I used Peachy Keen Stamps.