Sunday, February 27, 2011

Hoppy Birthday Card

Hey Everyone!! We are having beautiful weather here. I love it!! But if it is 80 degrees today what is July and August going to hold? I hate to find out.

Anyway, here is another card that I made for the Die Cuttin' Divas card challenge blog. We do a weekly challenge and at the end of the month there is a prize. The more times you particpate, the more chances you have to win.

Here is a card I made for the challenge a couple of weeks ago.



I used the new Berrylicious line from Imaginisce, my Cricut Expression and some fab Glue Arts dimensional adhesive and my Glue Glider pro and some Core'dinations cardstock. I also could not help myself and I blinged it out with my I-rock. The hot rocks in the jewel tones match the colors in this Berrylicious patterned paper very well. Do you think they did that on purpose or a happy accident? LOL!

The Cricut cuts are: Once upon a Princess cartridge - frog and crown, George and Basic Shapes cartiridge - Oval.

I also used my Fiskars border punch on the red cardstock.

That is all for today.

Later, Heather

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

A long overdue post and another card challenge...

Hey everyone. No, I have not dropped off the face of the earth, I have just been VERY busy. Between CHA, working and now jury duty who knows when life will be back to normal.

Anyway, I wanted to post about the new challenge that the Dive Cuttin' Divas Card Challenge blog is having this week. This is only the second official challenge and there is already a great response. And the more times you enter the more chance you have to win the monthly prize give away. This weeks challenge is all about "Love is in the Air". So go on and create anything that has to do with love in the form of a card, layout, altered project or anything crafty you can think of.

Here is my card for this week:


I used the Celebrate with Flourish cartridge on my Cricut Expression. Other products used were: Fancy Pants patterned papers, Glue Arts dimensional adhesive, Worldwin Cardstock,  American Crafts thickers and the jewels were heat set by my I-rock (by Imaginisce).

So what are you waiting for? Why don't you give it try. I would love to see what you come up with.

Later,

Heather