Made these cute pillow box favor boxes using the following:
Cricut Wedding cartridge and Cricut Craft Room – You can buy them
Bake me a Cake paper and A trip to Paris paper from 3bugsinarug but unfortunately the company is out business. You can check ebay for some of these.
Labels collection framelits from
Stampin up item number 125598
Dress Up framelits from
Stampin Up item number 13010
Soft Sky ink from
Stampin Up item number 131181
Bashful Blue cardstock from Stampin Up but it has been discontinued. You can get a similar color with the
Soft Sky paper Item number 131203.
I used DCWV Nana’s Kid stack to cut the purple polka dot dresses.
I cut the pillow box at 10″ and used Scotch glue fast dry to glue them down. I also used Score Tape to seal them. I used the
rhinestone strips and cut 5 stones and used hot glue to put on the dress.
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Here we go with more mass produced cards. This time we are doing birthday cards. Here are the instructions:
Cut white card base at 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ (the long way)
Cut the red paper at 4″ x 5″
Cut party hat from Potpourri basket Cricut cartridge at 2.59″ (page 69)
For variations on embossed:
run red paper and embossing folder through your machine of choice
adhere the embossed paper to the card base
For white stitched non-embossed card:
adhere the red paper to the card base
use white gel pen to draw stitches.
For the Action Wobble ® make sure you adhere the party hat firmly to the wobble.
Here is my card. I used the Paisley Cricut Cartrige and used the umbrella on page 48. Cut at 4.5″ using black cardstock. I used my Cuttlebug for embossing. The card stock is from Recollections at Michaels.
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I made this quick Thank You card with the following materials:
Creative Imagination paper
AC Moore metallic Valentine collection paper
Martha Stewart paper punch
My Pink Stamper Thank You stamp
The larger patterned paper oval was cut at 3″
The white oval was cut at 2 1/4″
The card is A2 size using 3/8 rounded corner punch by Fiskars.
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I am working on the final editing stages of my two part video for my Haunted House. Here is a sneak peak if you follow me on Facebook: