Thursday, October 28, 2010

BOO!!! Challenge for Cricut Circle

Creating for Halloween is sooooo fun! Here is my creation for the Boo!! Challenge for Cricut Circle:

Stand them up with a piece of cardstock glued to the backs (careful no to allow them to show through the vellum)

Screens are made with vellum. Put a battery candle behind them to light them up a bit

Pants and witches dress are lined with Stickles to add texture

Her is given texture by using Dimensional Fabric paint

Eyes are craft wiggle eyes
Add sparkle with Stickles
Cricut Expression
Cartridges: Oct 31 Seasonal Solution cartridge; Happy Hauntings Paper Doll Dress Up
Adhesive: 3D glue dotes' Zig glue pen
Paper: Cardstock: Purple, Black, Gold, Orange, Prussian Blue, Red, light Green, White, vellum
Stickles: Candy Cane, Dark Blue, Lavender, Yellow, Green, Black Diamond, Diamond
Dimensional Fabric Paint: Black, Orange Iridescent

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Cricut Circle Autumn Splender Challenge week 3: Harvest Blessings

After struggling to get all the Cricuting machines working properly and communicating with each other and my computer, I went back and used only my Expression and cart to create this fun autumn layout.
Background paper: Karen Foster Design: #64481 Where's The Turkey?
Cardstock: Provo Craft: black, brown, orange, off white, green, tan, grey parchment, and misc. scraps of patterned paper.
Adhesives: 3D Foam Tape squares, Xyron X and 510, Zig pen.
Stickles: Golden Rod
Fiber Accents: EM-1616-N Green
Cartridge: Thanksgiving Solutions Seasonal
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist: Dazzling Diamonds
Cuttlebug and cuttlebug folder: Swiss Dot

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Dinosaur project

My youngest son had to do a dinosaur project for his class at school. I used Dinosaur Tracks, my Gypsy and My expressions. Kaelob loved that mom had those neat toys. He asked if he could have them when I died.

Pink challenge for Cricut Circle

Hi. Long time no post. Pushed myself to create something to post. Have done other things and will post soon.
This is for the Cricut Circle weekly challenge. PINK.
Yes I caved and joined the circle and yes I caved and got the Imagine. We thought I should have one nice thing from the insurance settlements for my parents.
I used:
Cricut Imagine cart: Best Friends and Home Decor.
Embellishments: clear Skittles, ribbon, flowers, hear brads Stickles and Liquid Pearls.
Didn't turn out how I invisioned but for the first challenge I have done in forever, it will have to do.