Friday, July 30, 2010

Well, call me Cuddlebugged!

Well, I am soooo excited! I finally broke down and got a Cuddlebug. I ordered the hot pink one on I got a great deal, too: the Cuddlebug plus 12 folders for $100. Just got it today and can't wait to start playing with it. I'm a little overwhelmed at the moment. :)

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Back to School!

Just a few more examples of teacher signs that I've made for my friends at school. We hang them up outside our classroom doors. This is a very inexpensive and cute gift for your child's teacher (hint-hint). I used the Storybook cartridge for both of these and I bought the frames at Dollar General.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Christmas in July???? Throwback Thursday Challenge

This week's CreativeTime Throwback Thursday Challenge was to make a holiday card from the WildCard cartridge. Fortunately, I did have this cartridge! I've decided that I don't use it near as often as I should. My favorite holiday is Halloween, but since my project from last week's challenge was Halloween themed, I decided to go with Christmas. It's a close second. The pics made the colors look muted, but actually, the colors are not bright red and green. I was going for a less commercial look. I think it turned out cute. :)

Friday, July 9, 2010

Creepy Crawlies - Throwback Thursday Challenge

This week's Throwback Thursday Challenge on Emma's CreativeTime was to come up with a project that included something from the Zooballoo cartridge. Since I don't own that cart, I used the cute little spider from one of my "old reliables", Doodlecharms. The tag itself was cut from the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge. I know, I know, Halloween is months away, but since it IS my favorite holiday, I wanted to make something different. A spider with huge rhinestone eyes is definitely different. :)

Friday, July 2, 2010

New Arrival-Throwback Thursday Challenge

This week, Emma @ My Creative Time came up with the challenge of using the New Arrival cart. Since I don't own this cart, I had to search through my others to find something pertaining to babies. I found this adorable carriage in the Everyday Paper Dolls cart. Yea! Since most people go with the traditional pink for a baby girl, I decided to change it up a bit and go with lavendar. Added a few sparkles here and there, and voila!

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Pink Stamper Color Challenge

The Pink Stamper color challenge this week was to create a project using the colors brown, orange, pink and green. When I made this little deer, I thought of Rudolph, who as you know was a red-nosed reindeer. He was "one of a kind". So......I gave my little deer a sparkly pink nose to make her unique and added the sentiment "One of A Kind". I made the deer from the adorable Create A Critter cart and the wording came from Wild Card.