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Sunday, January 30, 2011

More Cupcakes:)








I made these for my cousin to send out after her daughter's first birthday party. The cupcake is from Wild Card. I sized the cupcake liner at 3.5 on my Gypsy and the top of the cupcake at 4.67. The cherry on top was a 3/4 inch punch. I put the punched circle throught the Xyron and made it into a sticker so the glitter would stick. I embossed the top of the cupcake with the D'vine Swirls cuttlebut folder and the pink layer with the Swiss Dots folder. The punch used for the brown is a Martha Stewart border punch but I can't recall the name. I also popped up the cupcake top to add more dimension.




Thursday, January 27, 2011

Cupcakes, cupcakes, everywhere.











sweet cupcake invitations for a sweet baby girl. Made from Sweet Treats with some welding and modifications on the gypsy and TaDa! More cupcake stuff to come:)
Happy Crafting,
Karla

Monday, January 17, 2011

Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad!




This card was made from the Wild Card cartridge at 7 inches. The sentiment was printed and I used a Martha Stewart border punch on both the sentiment cardstock and the bottom layer. Prima flowers and satin ribbon seal the deal:)

Happy Crafting,

Karla

Monday, January 10, 2011

froggy cards

This card was inspired by Mary at http://www.cardztv.blogspot.com/ If you are not familiar with her blog check it out she has some great cards. I am trying to build up my card collection for the year so here are two I made....notice a theme;) For this card I used Create a Critter and the sentiment was a print out and completely scraplifted from Mary....Thanks Mary.



This crazy looking little guy wsa cut from the Mini Monsters cartride using the card feature.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Dino Birthday Card


wedding card





This is a card from the Wild Card cartridge cut at 7.5 inches. I also used a Martha Stewart punch on the inside mat.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

50's party favor




These are the party favors I made for my daughter's class to celebrate her 9th birthday. We stuck with the 50's theme and chose the guitar from the Nifty Fifties cartridge. the guitar was cut at 2.25 inches and the border was done with a Martha Stewart border punch. "Celebrate" was printed out using the font "Curlz MT ". These are very simple and come together fast.....when you are making 25 fast is always goood!
Happy Crafting,
Karla

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Fabulous Fifties Party Decorations


My daughter made the winner ribbons to give out for the various games. We played Marbles, Hoola Hoop and Jacks.










The decorations were made using the Nifty Fifties cartridge. It was released just in time for my daughter's (9th) birthday party. We did it up complete with saddle shoes and poodle skirts. The children (and adults) all looked so cute. I had lots of fun with this theme and the children loved every minute of it. We had a Diner style lunch complete with plastic baskets for the hamburgers and even served milkshakes. The adults seem to love that part as much as the children. The party favor was a milkshake glass with a tag which they were able to fill with the candies of their choice.