Monday, July 25, 2011

Jessie's 14th Birthday card!

I'm on a roll, my daughter is going to be so impressed, 2 cards finished in 2 days...and uploaded! lol This is my version of the card example in the Rock Princess cartridge handbook. I used my Imagine for the skull, crossbones and rebel, one piece of white cardstock and viola you are done! I love my Imagine!  

I added glossy accents to the bow and rebel,
add the stars with my i-rock
(1000 pieces of iron on embellishments on clearance at Wal-Mart for a $1.00)

The inside, more ribbon and a couple of stamp sets I got at Michaels.

Have a great day!
{Hugs from the Heart}

Sunday, July 24, 2011

My baby is 19 today!

Hi my fellow crafters! Today is my baby's 19th birthday! My baby is all grown up! I had no idea what kind of card I was going to make my daughter. Truth be told, she was marked off "my list" after she didn't like my "non traditional" Halloween card! lol So when I told her she was going to get a store bought card she got offended, so I put her back on the list! lol She loves zebra stripes and hot pink, that's how she decorated her dorm room last year for her freshman year. So here is the card I came up with, well actually it's the second card, because the first one didn't have enough zebra on it! lol

I think this has enough zebra stripes, don't you? ;)

Inside of the card, before all I wrote all the gushy stuff!

Recipe (A2)
The papers used were from DCWV, love the glittery zebra stripes!
The flower is made from the Cuttlebug quilled daisy kit.
I added pearlized Smooch Spritz to give it shimmer!
I used Emma's  stamp set Wow! So many candles
for the inside and outside sentiments.
Then used my new Spellbinders Shapabilities
for an added pop for the sentiment.

Thanks, as always, for stopping by!
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Cards for precious Marley!

The other day I was on the PBD message board and came across a post by Madison (funkycards) asking for help. She has started a project called  "I Feel the Love Project" and every month she picks someone who is experiencing a personal crisis.  I love this idea, as Madison states, it's a way to "spread the love one card at a time"! Madison is an exceptional 16 year old, I was very impressed that she was so thoughtful to want to put together this project for those in need! This month (July) she is collecting cards for Marley, she is an adorable little 3 year old who has been battling with a brain tumor. She has had to deal with so much, more than any 3 year old should ever have to go through! I was more than happy to help and decided to make a card for Marley and her sister! I thought that the whole Sesame Street gang would bring a smile to Marley's face! Then I chose to make a Hello Kitty card for her sister to brighten her day also!

This is the card I made for sweet Marley!

This is the card I made for Mia, Marley's older sister.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you will stop by Madison's blog
to read more about Marley's story and how you can help!

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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Pink By Design treat box!

Hi all! I finally finished my treat box that we made with Sarah on her Ustream the other day. It has been sitting on my desk and I kept looking at it deciding what to do with it. I decided to make a treat box for my daughter's furbaby, I guess that makes her our grand furbaby! lol My daughter is due any time now with our first grandson! So I thought I would add this box for Macy in the next package I send her for the baby!
If you would like the recipe for the homemade dog treats click here.

I cut this all out on my Imagine! I love, love, love this machine!
I cut the dog and all the pieces from Nate's ABCs at 3" 
I added stickles to the collar and the grass,
 then added glossy accents to Macy
I added the paw rub on next to stickers that make up "Macy"
I hope you like Macy's treat box,
 knowing her she will rip into it to get to the treats!
It's a good thing I tied it with ribbon! lol

Thanks for stopping by!
{Hugs from the Heart}