Saturday, March 20, 2010

St. Patricks Day Goodies

St. Patrick's day is one of my favorite holidays so I wanted to make some fun things for my co-workers. I got this cute idea for clover boutonniere's from the Martha Stewart website. They had made theirs out of fabric which seemed like a lot of work to me because they had to starch them and iron them etc to get them to stand up so I made mine out of paper.

A picture of all 20 of them:
A close up:

I also made yummy cupcakes for everyone.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Monkey cards

I saw this really cute card that someone did on cricut chat that had a animal on the front (I'm forgetting what it was I think an elephant or something like that) and they had him holding a 3d rose. I knew I wanted to scrap lift it 1 because it was really cute but 2 because I thought it was a good excuse to play with some of the different flower tutorials I've seen. So here is my version, the monkey on Sweethearts was the perfect cut for these. A close up of the flowers

Calenders and note pads

I found these great svg files for these little magnetic calenders. I had been wanting to try them and thought they would be perfect as RAK gifts for some of my Not so secret sisters.
This one I did for my space. I used tote-ally tess from SU for the picture on top. A close up of Tess.
The note pads and calenders I did for my sisters:

A close up of the top.
This is a day planner I altered for one of my sisters.

Monday, March 1, 2010

More wedding LO's

I completed the LO's of my girls and Flower girl getting ready and now here's my getting ready lo. Hope you like it.A few close ups

The journal

Here's my lovely DH and his groomsmen and the fathers.I left it pretty simple since its a "man's" lo but I really like how it came out. Aren't they all handsome?

Close ups:

I did both the tux and shoes with the sweetheart cart.

St. Patricks Day Cards

I got this idea from the SU club I'm in and thought it was super cute. The original one is a bit bigger and all done with SU Products, I did mine with my nesties (for the scalloped circle) and the cricut (Accent Essentials and Plantin Schoolbook for everything else) A close up, isn't he cute!