Archive for the ‘Anniversary’ Category

I worked on this package like there is no tomorrow. There are a total of 37 cards and 4 gift card holders.

I made these cards for donation to Assumption School in Pasadena. They will go up on an auction during March.

I will post videos to follow on how I made some of them.

Thanks for watching!

Happy Sunday!

Made these cute check holders (to put your checks and give them as gifts to your loved ones) using ECLA and my Eclips. You can buy the digital files which will be posted in the store link.

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Here is the video

Here is the video!

Going at it again… hoping for one day to win one of these challenges 🙂 Anyway… The throwback challenge was to use the Wild Card cartridge for a holiday… well my parents 43 wedding anniversary is a big holiday for us! so here is my card. I also made a video to show how it was made.

I used my cricut Plantain cartridge for this one. I wanted to add a little something different so I decided to add “movement” to the card. I cut the flowers in page 76 at 1 1/4″ using both the flower and the shadow.

I used my downtown finds for the middle of the flowers. I used tiny “sparkle flowers” I found at the garment district in Downtown Los Angeles. I used the fuzzies you find at Michaels during X-mas for the “stems.” The stems allow the flowers to move.  I taped the stems to both the flowers and the vase. The base is from the Potpourri cartridge found in page 47. It was cut at 2 1/2″.  I used pink card stock for the base of the “vase.” I then cut another vase using this beautiful Japanese paper I found on e-bay. It is for Oragamy (sp?) so I cut it using the lowest speed and the lightest pressure on the Cricut so it would not tear.

The card was made of basic chocolate card stock. The blue background was cut at 7″ tall x 5″ wide. Again I used the Swiss Dots for texture on the Cuttlebug. Finally I added a simple ribbon I bought in Germany last year.