Here's a card I made using the Once Upon A Princess cartridge for my Cricut machine. I was inspired to make the card by a challenge on the Bitten by the Bug 2 blog. I coloured the rainbow with Copic markers then covered with glitter. I used puff paint on the clouds. I think I will send it to my God-daughter for her birthday.
Saturday, 26 June 2010
Saturday 3rd July 2010
North Tuddenham Village Hall (click here for directions)
Morning session 10am to 12:30pm (cost £4.50 adult, £3 child*)
Afternoon session 1pm to 5pm (cost £7.00 adult, £4.50 child*)
Special all day price - £10 adult, £7 child
*children must be accompanied by a paying adult
Come and work on your albums (in the morning or the afternoon or both!).
Sunday, 20 June 2010
I've been busy having to do reports for school. This is a job I really hate and get fed up so quickly doing it. So to break it up a bit, every so often I surf the internet looking for creative ideas. Also when I have finished a set I reward myself with some crafting time, playing in my craft room with my new toy - a Cricut Expression machine.
Earlier today I found My Creative Time and saw there was a challenge to make a 3D/altered item using the Cricut cartridge 'Paper Doll Dress Up'. This was a cartridge that I have just bought so decided to have a go at the challenge. I have been meaning to make a sign for my classroom door for some time and this was the incentive. I learnt to do the Joseph's Coat stamping technique at a recent Stampers 10 meeting and used some paper I had made for my dress (it's actually the native Indian girl's dress with the sleeves partly cut off). I stuck it all on a CD. I'm sure my class will love it and I can't wait to show them tomorrow!
When I got my new software - Sure Cuts A Lot - to use with my Cricut, I designed and made a DAD word album. However when it was cut out I didn't particularly like it so I made another one with DAD down the side (this is the one I have done for my dad for Father's Day).
The other day I had a mini album class at my house and as only 2 people were able to come I was able to do some crafting myself. I saw the unfinished DAD album and decided to cover it with paper etc. as something to do. I had great fun making it and using a few of my Cricut cartridges (Paper Dolls Dress Up, Plantin Schoolbook, Paisley). I might save it and give it to my dad next year or I might sell it!
Saturday, 19 June 2010
I have recently bought a Cricut Expression and have had great fun playing with it! This card was made using the Life is a Beach cartridge. I also used my Cuttlebug and the Fiskars ocean embossing plate for the waves. It's my mum's birthday on Monday so I'll probably give it to her!