Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Hello Everyone!! I have been busy buying some great products at the convention that I attended in Virginia. This was my very first convention. I was fortunate enough to go with my scrapping buddy friend that I met on the Cricut Message board. I was the passenger and navigator. We didn't even get lost, not even once! Hopefully I will be able to share some new ideas very soon. We are off again for the holiday week. Here is a picture of the entrance to the convention as we were getting ready to stampede our way in!
Posted by LorraineB at 8:30 PM
Thursday, June 24, 2010
This card was made using the Wedding Solutions Cartridge. I cut the large heart, Bride and Groom at 4". The card base is 4-1/4 x5-1/2". I added foam tape to the back of the heart, then attached the bride and groom on top of that with one layer of foam tape. On the inside, I cut a black mat and embossed the sentiment. For the envelope I used a Martha Stewart edge punch and cut a black strip of card stock that I punched using the same design. I cut two scallop circles, one in 2" and one in 1-1/4". I heat embossed the letter of the couples last name on the circles. If you click on the picture you will be able to view it large so that the details are visible. Thanks for your visit.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Here is my first attempt at a grunge or distressed card. I know I can improve on this technique, but would like to share my first, and as I improve I will post those as well. Don't be intimidated by first attempts. There are so many other people that can give you ideas on what to try when you share your work. So if any of you can share some comments and ideas, please do. Thanks for looking.
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Friday, June 18, 2010
My husband showed me how to fold this paper heart, and now I will show you how easy it is to make this heart. I will plan on having a follow up video showing you how to incorporate it into one of your card or layout projects. Thanks for visiting and enjoy the video.
Monday, June 14, 2010
Friday, June 11, 2010
I made this card with an acetate front panel so that the item you add to the inside can be seen. Try adding a sentiment or even a photo. I used Staz On ink to stamp on the acetate. Other inks will only smear. The nice thing about the Staz On, is that if you make a mistake you can remove it by using the Staz On remover. On my next video I will show how to embellish some additional tags. Thanks for watching and for joining me today!
Monday, June 7, 2010
Saturday, June 5, 2010
I enjoy making some of my sentiments in a circle on my computer using microsoft word. I then print it out on cardstock in my choice of color. Once it is printed, I use a circle punch to cut out my text. I make several at once with certain quotes so that I have plenty on hand to add to my cards or layouts. If I can help any further with these instructions, just leave me a message. Thanks for watching and enjoy the video.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Oh my gosh!! This is one of my favorite cards. Every time I looked at this frog, it reminded me of one of those frogs in a window of a car. So I came up with this idea of having it trapped inside with his princess, his dream sitting on the flower box. How cute is that!! Anyway I hope you enjoy watching the video as much as I enjoyed making this card. Give it a go and make one of your own!
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
I have converted a frame into a trellis that is in this cartridge. I wrapped a cut vine on the frame for a garden look. Your imagination is the limit. Enjoy the video, and thanks for joining me. I love comments!!