Tuesday, March 17, 2015

March Cricut Class

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

I know I'm waaay behind. I should have had these cards posted a couple of weeks ago. I've been dealing with a monster cold that doesn't want to go away. Hopefully the coughing and nose blowing will end soon!

Anyway here are the cards for the March classes. This month I'm using the Hello Sunshine line from Doodlebug. I'm also using their coordinating card stock. I love the fun, cheery spring look of these papers.

This sweet card is from the Art Philosophy cartridge. I love cheery, simple cards. 

This pretty flower is from the Disney Classics cartridge. The half circles and white shape are from the Phrases cartridge. The fun swirls are from the Home Decor cartridge.

Next up is a pretty doily and flower from the Artiste cartridge. This is one of my favorite cartridges to use. There are lots of great images to choose from.

I thought we needed a couple of Easter cards, so here is the first one. The lamb and zig zag circle are from the Easter cartridge. The brown circle is from the Accent Essentials cartridge. The font is from the Don Juan cartridge.

Our final card is a tri-fold card. The base card was designed by Lorrie Nunemaker from the Cricut Design Space FaceBook group. I took her basic design and made an Easter Card. The Egg is from the Easter cartridge. The word "Easter" is from Designers Calendar cartridge, the flower is from the Mickey & Friends cartridge. I'm not sure which font I used for the word Happy.

The next class is Friday, March 27 at 10:30 am.

Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Happy St. Patrick' Day

Hi All - 

I know it has been awhile since I've posted here. I wanted to let you know that I haven't fallen off the face of the earth! We spent most of February in Florida and had a great time. I did come home with a monster of a cold, but I am finally feeling better and am ready to play with paper (and string).

I made this St. Patrick's Day wreath and thought I would share it with you. I love my Cricut Explore! It makes projects like this so easy. All of the images are in Design Space. The base of the wreath is a wooden embroidery hoop.  

For those of you who are signed up for my classes this month, I'm working on class samples today and hope to have them posted by the end of the week.

Thanks for stopping by!