Tuesday, December 28, 2010
I was very happy to get the opportunity to design a project for Tuesday Treats. Of course this is such a busy time of year for everyone so I decided to keep it simple and do a one page...one Cricut cartridge layout. I wanted to show how a simple layout with a few Cricut cuts could be brought to life with some quick and simple embellishing. Be sure to visit Tuesday Treats to get all the details and see lots more pictures.
Friday, December 24, 2010
Switching gears to a more elegant layout for the SOUS challenge was so much fun. I Love the swirly tree from the Christmas Solutions cartridge. The ribbon bow and tiny gems set it off.
The poinsettias and reindeer are from Joys of the Season. The scallop circle frame is from the Sugar & Spice Cricut Lite cartridge.
Would you believe I can't remember which cartridge the snowflakes are from??? I'm sorry I guess I was playing with too many cartridges. Gosh, remember the good ole' days when we had 10 or 15 cartridges to choose from, LOL!
Paper is a mix of K&Company and DCWV
Be sure to check out all the other layouts at Stuck On You Sketches
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season filled with health, happiness and friends. Merry Christmas everyone!
Friday, December 10, 2010
This week the challenge for Stuck on you Sketches is to use some wonderful die cut paper paper that was donated to us by Floren over at Generations Crafting. I chose the pretty glittered purple scallop paper to frame my "snow fun" layout. To see lots more fun scrappy goodies visit Floren..... Here.
The title for this layout is cut from the Cuttin' Up Cricut cartridge and shapes are cut from the new Jolly Holidays Cricut Lite cartridge.
To create snow on the snowman's hat and sled I used liquid applique and a heat embossing gun. Love that stuff. : ) To give his little nose some sparkle I used orange Stickles.
I love this little branch on Jolly Holidays cartridge. To add a real winter touch I added glitter and glossy accents. Snow on the black paper is a Stampin' Up! background stamp and white ink.
I know you can't see in the picture, but the tree in the photo is covered in ice and there is lots of snow on the ground.
Posted by Lisa McIntyre at 6:54:00 AM
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Can you believe it's almost Christmas once again! It's already time for your first sneak peek of Bedford Falls...remember the project Kathy over at Paper Phenomenon and I are teaming up to do. Well here it is...Gower Drugs.
I will show you more of this when we present...Bedford Falls. In the meantime here is a sneak peek of Kathy's project...George's home. Now how Amazingly Awesome is that!!! To see more visit her Here
Lots more to come!
Posted by Lisa McIntyre at 3:44:00 PM