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Monday, March 19, 2018

Easter shaker card

I'm not sure about you, but it seems like it's been a l-o-n-g winter around here. That[s one reason I am very happy to create bright, fun spring cards!

Why not make an Easter shaker card? Every die-cutter has an oval shape.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Easter card

I seem to have just realized that Easter is coming up quite quickly this year. (Good Friday is March the 30th.)

The pretty eggs and card base are both in Design Space. I just added the sentiment and layers. "Hoppy" is text written with the write feature and a simple thin Crayola marker.

Are you creating Easter cards this year?

Monday, February 19, 2018

Winter Olympics 2018

Why not use your die-cutting machine to create some olympic decor? Cricut has a digital mini-cartridge called International Winter Sports. Here is a banner I created to decorate our mantel as well as feature our puppy Chloe. Lol.

We are planning to host some olympic viewing parties this week so hopefully I can make more projects!

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Cheesy shape card

It's a cheesy one.

Don't say the envelope didn't warn you....

Pizza cheese that is! Who wouldn't want a pizza shape card?

This card is for a friend in the pizza business.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Puppy's first birthday banner - turned into a layout

I used my Cricut Explore to create a small puppy banner to celebrate Chloe's first birthday. I made it small enough that she couldn't jump up and chew on it AND small enough I could use it to scrapbook the photos!

I love this paper line by Becky Fleck called Cooper and Friends.

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Scrappy resolutions for 2018

Happy New Year!

Every January I like to publicly publish my scrapbooking/crafty intentions for the year ahead. I also reflect on the resolutions from the previous year. Did I keep my best intentions or did I fail miserably?

My 2017 Resolutions and Aspirations

#1 - Scrapbook the rest of 2016. I am up to the month of May.

#2 - Share more projects (layouts, cards and cutting files) on my blog and Facebook.

#3 - Play with pocket-style layouts a bit more. I have dabbled a bit in this type of scrapbooking but have found it difficult to fill all the pockets and remember to print the photos the correct way. Practice needed.

I think I did well this year. I did use pocket scrapbooking more and I found it makes for quick work once you get going.

I could still share more projects online though...

Well, here goes...

My 2018 Scrappy Resolutions

#! - Relax, have fun and create

That's it.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Day Twelve of Christmas Projects - A pocket page puppy layout

Can you say that title 3 times fast?

We just loved having a dog last Christmas. I think this year, the kids are most excited about our gift to the dog!