Thanks to everyone for participating on the give away. I enjoyed reading all of your comments, and getting so inspired by my kind hearted followers. Now I really know I need to keep going, and come up with more ideas to share with all of you. I sure wish I could give everyone a button punch. It is such a fun punch to have. I hope everyone will continue to visit. and let me know from time to time how I am doing, or if you would like to see a certain project.
THE WINNER hamptongal SAID... what a great give away I just love your cards. I did a button card sort of today. I didn't have the punch so I used real buttons and made my look like flowers. I'm going to post it on the message board later.
hamptongal email me so I can get your address, and I will put you package in the mail tomorrow.
If you see hamptongal in the Cricut MB give her a high five!
Monday, March 29, 2010
To show my appreciation to all of my over 100 followers, I am having a big give-a-way! I am working on my ribbon roses today so I don't have a photo of them. All that is required is for you to post one comment under this post. If you are not a follower, and would like to join in, just sign up, and leave your comment. I will close the drawing on Wednesday the 31st before noon EST. Thanks again to every one of my followers, to all who visit, and make my blog so much fun to have!
-Martha Stewart Button Punch(IF THE WINNER OWNS THIS PUNCH I WILL REPLACE IT WITH ANOTHER MARTHA PUNCH)
-DCWV Glitter Sweet Matstack
-Spool of cupcake ribbon
-container of red buttons
-container of pink buttons
-Three cupcake rubber stamps
-Top Note die cutouts
-One Roll Foam Tape(I love foam tape)
-K&Company Berry Sweet Adhesive Chipboard
-Assorted 5-1/2"x5-1/2" cardstock
-Best Occasions Vellum Quote Pack
-An Assortment of my ribbon roses
Sunday, March 28, 2010
As you all know by now, I love using punches! I have been looking and looking at this Martha Stewart button punch for some time now. I had a 50% off coupon to Michael's and finally decided to buy the punch. Boy am I loving this little punch. I had a blast making the buttons in all different colors for my "Cute As A Button" card. Have fun watching the video, and thanks for joining me!
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Who knew this Cartridge had such great bird houses. I just had to make another card with a bird house from the Stretch Your Imaginations Cricut Cartridge! Spring has sprung, and this little bird just had to have a new home for the summer. I am have a blast discovering the cartridges that I already own. Drag out your old cartridges, and see what you may have missed. Don't forget that I love to read your comments, and will answer any question you have for me. Enjoy the video, and thanks for joining me.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Hello Scrappers! I have another simple card made with scallops. Since these scallops will be cut in half you will be able to make two cards. I have layered the scallops to give the card great depth. I have also used rub-ons for a quick sentiment. A double loop bow is added to finish your simple scallop card. I love reading your comments so feel free to let me know if you enjoyed the tutorial. Don't forget to visit me on my Youtube channel at maxandshoji. Enjoy the video, and thanks for joining me.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
This pocket gift tag holds a mini card. Write your message on the card, and slip it into the tag pocket. I made all the cuts for this project including the tag from A Childs Year Cricut Cartridge. I also used the Cricut marker to outline the cuts. I will try to make a video for those of you that have not had a chance to use the Cricut Markers. Add this tag to your next birthday gift bag or wrapped present. Feel free to leave me a comment or visit me at my Youtube Channel at maxandshoji
Enjoy the video, and thanks for watching.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
I love birds, and bird houses, so I started looking through my cartridges, and discovered that Stretch Your Imagination Cricut Cartridge has two great bird houses! The bird houses would be perfect to use with the DCWV SongBird stack. I just had to make two card just slightly different. Thanks for joining me, and enjoy the video!
Friday, March 12, 2010
My first intro to working with paper was when I discovered paper quilling several years ago. I decided it was time to gather my tools, and incorporate quilling with card making. This is what I designed using berries as my focal point. With a quilling tool and strips of paper you too can design a unique card. Enjoy
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Today's card is a simple card you can make with ribbon, a punch and card stock. Feel free to add your own touches such as a flower or any other type of embellishment on the upper right hand corner. I plan on making several and adding "simple cards" to my repretoire. Enjoy the video, and thanks for watching.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Our cousin is getting married! I received a "save the date" magnet from the couple, so I had to reply and let them know how excited I was. I made this card with Paper Doll Dress Up cricut cartridge and did the pop up name on the inside. Thank you SusanRobot for the how to instructions on how to do the name pop up!
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
These are some of the ladies that have presented me with the Sunshine blog award! I feel so honored that you have thought of me for this special award.
Thank you everyone!
love that bug(waiting for blog address)
Thank you everyone!
love that bug(waiting for blog address)
Posted by LorraineB at 4:18 PM
Thank you Shelley and ohhhsnap for this wonderful award. I have enjoyed visiting your blog, and viewing your beautiful creations. Thanks again for the award.
Posted by LorraineB at 4:00 PM
Monday, March 8, 2010
This is my third card of my Window Card Series. I have used prima flowers for my windows on this card. Any type of embellishment can easily be subsituted for the flowers. I hope I have given you some ideas on how to decorate a card with a window. Feel free to leave a comment. Thanks for joining me, and enjoy the video.
Friday, March 5, 2010
This window card looks so pretty with a beautiful rose framed by a window. The rose was cut from the Walk in My Garden Cricut Cartridge. I have also finished the last few steps to my first window card video. Enjoy the video, and thanks for joining me.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
I'm back from visiting my daughter! We had fun together shopping, and eating. I miss her already.
I have not scrapped in about 6 days now, so I'm ready for some fun. This weeks card is a Charm Window Card. I will show you how to heat emboss on an acrylic charm, and add a window to your card to show off your charm. I will be featuring several cards with windows on several of my next videos. I have different ideas for embellishments, and different size windows for your cards. Stay tuned for the window card series. Enjoy the video, and thanks for joining me.