Sunday, August 29, 2010

Halloween Time

So last night I am in my scrapbook room when my husband gets home. He asks me what I am working on. I show him the pictures from our son from Halloween. And tell him how I want to use the white picket fence that I picked up at Joanns the other day. I pull out my stack of DCWV Haunting paper stack and he starts looking through it. Confused is all I am. He usually never steps foot in my scrap area. So I let him pick out the paper. Then I sent him to the cricut cartridges to pick out cuts that he wanted me to make. He actually said wow this is kind of fun. HEHE. DUh why do you think I love to scrapbook. :)
Ok enough about how the page came together. I cut the spider from Potpourri Basket. I cut him out in shadow then stamped his face with Peachy Keens Monster Mash Face assortments. The spider web, mummy, purple monster, and cat pouncing on the fence are cut from Paper Doll Dress Up. I added some white thread from the spider to the web. The pumpkins are just some stickers from my stash.
The ghost is cut from Paper Doll Dress up as well. The rest are stickers from my stash.
Hope you enjoy :)
Supplies Used:
Paper Doll Dress Up cricut cartridge
Potpourri Basket cricut cartridge
Peachy Keen Stamps - Monster Mash Face assortment

Friday, August 27, 2010

Forever and Always

A friend needed a card for a wedding tomorrow, so I came up with a little something. The bride and groom is cut from Potpourri Basket cartridge. I cut it out a couple times. In black, white, and tan. Then I did some surgery on the pieces by cutting certain areas off and gluing them on to the tan cut. The veil is pop dotted and I added Diamond Glaze to it (which you cannot tell). The background paper is from DCWV the Luxury Stack. This paper is gorgeous by the way. I added some rhinesones down her back just for a little extra something. Hope you enjoy.
Supplies Used:
Potpourri Basket cricut cartridge
DCWV - The Luxury Stack

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Out of This World

Good Morning everyone. What a beautiful Saturday it is already. Here is a LO I did in one of my insomnia hours. The pictures are of my crazy, loveable Baseball Fanatic. He was soo little. Wow it is amazing how time flies. The tiny rockets are a sizzix die called rockets. The big spaceship was cut from Everyday Paper Dolls at 5 in. On the spaceship I used some circle paperclips I had in my stash.
All the letters are cut from Street Sign cartridge. The astronaut and alien is from Everyday Paper Dolls as well. Googly eyes were added to the alien. The astronauts face was stamped with Simple Sallies Face stamps from Peachy Keen Stamps
Enjoy :)
Supplies Used:
Street Sign cricut cartridge
Everyday Paper Dolls cricut cartridge
Peachy Keen Simple Sallie face stamps

Monday, August 16, 2010

Glamour Girl

My Independent Girly Girl loves to dress up and just be a girl. These are pics of two of the loves in my life. I used the DCWV paper stack All About Girls. They have such cute paper. The Glamour Girl sticker was found in my stash. The butterflies I punched twice from a Stampin Up punch. Then I glued two butterflies together in the middle and made the top layer pop up a bit. I added some rhinestones to the midle of the butterflies.
The little girl is cut from Once Upon A Princess cartridge. Her face is stamped from the Peachy Keen Stamps Princess Face Assortment. Enjoy :)
Once Upon a Princess cricut cartridge
Peachy Keen Stamps: Princess Face Assortments

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Preschool class

Since my Baseball Fanatic son is already in Kindergarten I figured I should scrap his preschool picture. And I have insomnia lately so up at 3 in the morning turns into scrapbooking. Yay for my albums. Boo for my sleep. I fuzzed out the pictures and names of the kids and teachers. Then just added some green paper and ribbon behind the picture.
My handsome little man. Very simple.
Yesterday I went to Joanns and saw this little chalkboard. It was on sale and came in a pack of three. I added some stickers and stickles to it. The apple was a die cut from the cuttlebug. I just added stickles to them .

Brother and Sister Mini Album

I wanted to share the Sister and Brother Mini Album that I won from scraphappenswithrhonda. It came out soo cute and I thank her very much. It is an album I will treasure forever!

Thank you once again Rhonda. I love it.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Star Student

Emotions were running on that first day of Kindergarten for me and my little Baseball Fanatic. I used the DCWV Grade School pack for the background paper. The word July and numbers were cut from Plantin SchoolBook cartridge. The little boy is from Everyday Paper Dolls cartridge. The face is stamped with Peachy Keen Everyday Face Assortment.
The hand print is a project they did in class. The back has the poem from the poem that I put on the firt page of the layout that the teacher pasted on the back of the handprint.

Supplies Used:
Plantin SchoolBook cricut cartridge
Everyday Paper Dolls cricut cartridge
Peachy Keen Stamps

Monday, August 9, 2010

Winner x2

This past week I have one two different times from two awesome blog sites.

The first is from Scrap Happens with Rhonda. I won a free mini album. My idea was a brother and sister mini album. So YAY! I cannot wait to see the mini. She has some great ideas and is soo creative. Check out her blog at

The second thing I won is a stamp set from Pink Cricut. I won the Country Living stamp set. She has a set of 5 different stamp sets and they are all super adorable. I have to get them all. Go check out her blog. You will love her.

That's all for now. I will be back soon to post for things :)

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Precious Baby Girl

Here is a page layout for my baby girl who I will soon meet in a couple months. I can't wait to meet her. I used the Nursery Rhymes cartridge and cut it at 2 3/4 in. I love how girly it came out. The leaves are from a stem that I got at Michaels back around Christmas time. They are glittery and very pretty. I added pink perals to the middle of the flowers that I have in my stash. Hope you enjoy :)

Supplies Used:
Nursery Rhymes cricut cartridge

Friday, August 6, 2010


I LOVE PAPER! Well who doesn't. :) I just got in the mail 4 paper stacks. Like I don't have enough already. But how can you resist gorgeous paper right. One of my favorite lines of paper is DCWV. And yup all my stacks hat came were DCWV. I may not have the creative juices flowing but I still know how to spend. Here are my new paper stacks. Aren't they beautiful.

Baby Boy Card

Here is a simple card I did for my friend to take to a baby shower. I have had no creative juices flowing inside this brain so this was the hardest card to put together. Just something simple. I used the B is for Boy cricut lite cartridge for the onesie and ducks. The border punch is from Stampin Up. And the stamp is from Sparkles and Sprinkles.
Supplies Used
Cricut cartridge: B is for Boy (lite)
Border punch: Stampin Up
Paper: K&Company