Hello! Thank you for leaving me your comments on my newest images! I have randomly chosen a winner and AMY SABOL will receive her favourite image! Amy Sabol Mother and Baby is my favorite, even though I LOVE them all … just ADORE those babies … that was a tough choice… I LOVE those baby faces,,, they really are my heart’s favorites!!! Permalink, Edit April 20, 2012 8:22 pm Amy, please send me your e-mail and I will send you your image! email@example.com I wanted to mention that I have a new card tutorial up at CUSTOM CROPS using the Straight from the Nest Cricut cartridge. If you would like more details (and the cuts) head on over and have a peek at the PROJECTS there. There’s lots of inspiration! Have a creative day. Deena
I have written a new cricut project tutorial for a Baby Christening card framed with soft ribbon. Of course the framing technique could be used for many different card occasions, not just for baby’s christening. Just change up the colors and the image! You can see the full tutorial with step by step photos at CUSTOM CROPS. They have fabulous projects there and always FREE for you! I always appreciate your comments and questions if you have any! Have a great day and I hope you enjoy the Custom Crops tutorial! Deena Related articles Published! (acreativeneed.wordpress.com)
I made this fun Halloween frame last week. It’s a great Halloween decoration next to the pumpkins my boys and I made last week too. They love getting the house decorated for Halloween! I’ve written up a tutorial and include the .cut file too. All cuts are from Happy Hauntings Cricut cartridge. They are available as a FREE PROJECT at CUSTOM CROPS! I hope you like it! The image in the frame is my own sketched owl image. Grab it tomorrow as a FREEBIE for 24 hrs on my blog if you like it! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!! Deena
I tried something a little different with my cricut for this card. Of course everyone knows you can cut some fabulous shapes with the Cricut expression, but you can also “draw” those same images too! All you need is a simple little attachment that replaces the normal blade, and insert a mini gel pen. I used a standard Staples mini gel pen in red. The attachment is available at Custom Crops. I used the Forever Young cartridge for the image. Papers: Cosmo Cricket Material Girl, Kraft card stock Accessories: oval punch Stampin’ Up! Cricut expression, Forever Young cartridge, embroidery thread, gel pen holder, gel pen Deena
Hi again! I’m so excited!! I have two new projects up on Custom Crops I want to tell you about. The first is a Mini Bunny Basket and the second a Spring/Easter card. Both are made using the Cricut and the mini basket only uses one cartridge (Easter 2010). If you would like all the details and the simple tutorials for either one just click on their links. I hope you like them! I’d so appreciate your comments on Custom Crops if you have a moment to log in! Check out the other wonderful new tutorials/projects while you’re there by Susan and Megan from Above Rubies Studios! Yes, I’m in great company over there!!
Flourishes has lovely digital calendar pages. Seeing as it was the end of January and I needed a calendar for my craft room, I decided to download them to make a desktop calendar project. I decorated this quite quickly and simply with my new Cricut Home Décor cartridge. But you don’t need a Cricut to make the calendar! It’s an easel style base so it can be easily opened and closed; I can leave it standing on my desk or pop it in my purse! It’s compact at 41/4 x 41/4! If you would like to make one too, I ‘ve written a full picture tutorial you can see HERE at CUSTOM CROPS. I hope you enjoy it! As always, if you have any questions or comments I am happy to hear them! Thanks for stopping by! Tonight at midnight I will post the first of three challenge sample cards for Flourishes!! Yippeee!!! They are having a celebration for their 1 year anniversary of Timeless Tuesday Challenges and invited me to make some samples for …
Hello!! Wow, only 10 days to go ’till Christmas! The Christmas preparations are well under way, most of my cards have been sent out (although I do have a few more to make and send), and I have yet to start my baking! I am getting into the spirit of the Holidays now, waiting for family to arrive and looking forward to some special time with them. It will be an emotional Christmas for our family this year. We found out two months ago that my MIL has terminal cancer. It did come as a complete shock to us all, as nothing was found until she was at stage 4 and nothing can be done medically. She is 78 years old and has always been a very strong woman both physically and spiritually. She is a real go getter with more energy than I have by times!! We had the very difficult task of telling our two boys last night about their Nanny. Children do surprise us at how they take things. I find with …