Here are some cards I made tonight, while playing with some new stamps that I got. All of them are colored with water color crayons. I didn't put any sentiments on them as I don't have a use for them yet so I figured I would leave them blank until I need them for something.
A close up as the moose is my favorite of the night:
I finally got another embellishment center the other day when they were on sale at Michael's. I also found these cute little pails in the $ bins at target, they didn't fit with the handle so I pulled the handle's off and now they fit well. Each one holds certain color of flowers.
Here is a close up of the pails so you can see how I decorated each one.
So last minute my co-worker and I remembered it was administrative professionals week and had to wipe something up quick for our 2 unit clerks who are a huge help to us. So I wiped this up the other night. I wish I had remembered earlier so I could have made them better, but I think they came out good for a quick project.
Here's the card. (the outside will make more sense when you read the inside.)
A couple days ago Robyn from thepinkstamper posted a comment asking me if she could use my monkey cards I made awhile ago on her blog! How cool is that, they are posted in her gallery under Accent Essentials and Sweethearts!
I finished another layout last night and I think this maybe one of my favorites so far. I had a lot of pictures I wanted to get on here so I really had to play with size and try to figure out how to get them all one. In the end I had to leave a few off because they didn't really fit but I love the 23 that I have one there!
Here comes the Bride was cut from the sweethearts cartridge at 4" I believe???
The tag was also from the Sweethearts cartridge and that I cut at 6.25" But I trimmed off part of the end and used my corner round to make the edges match.
A close up of the tag. I'm really liking the printed journaling I may have to do this more often. To do this I first printed it on card stock and then I put it in the cricut and moved my blade to the middle of the journaling and set the center point and then cut at 6.25". Before I cut the final product I used a scrap piece of paper to make sure I had the blade lined up in the right spot and to make sure I was cutting it big enough.
Here's another wedding Layout. I started this one a while ago and had the pictures all glued down, and I knew what I wanted as a title however, it still took me several weeks to get the title cut and glued on. The title for this layout was perfect. A couple months before the weeding I changed my ring tone for my dear hubby to "We're goin to the chapel", so every time he called that song played. On our wedding day I was strict with Mike that I didn't want to see him before the wedding, so he must have called me a 100 X's that day. Every time the phone rang, my girls and I sang along with "we're goin to the chapel, and we're gonna get ma-a-arried!
The nurse managers of our Psychiatric units are working on posters for nurses week, so I asked if they would like me to cut some dolls. So I did these for them, I also did some lettering to spell Nurses Week and the unit names.
This one has been named Steve Edward after are 2 male nurses on our unit that are both bald.
I've seen a lot of people wondering how people do the outlining on the clothes so I took a close up for anyone who wants to see how I do the stitching.
My name is Christina and I’m 28 years old and married to my high school sweetheart. I have my masters in Social work and I'm the program manager for a growing Child and Adol Out patient mental health program.
I’ve always loved making things since I was a little girl. I started scrapbooking in middle school and wow have my scrapbooks come far since those days. I have to give some credit to my cricut as it allows me to be more creative. I’ve also started making cards recently. I love making altered projects especially as gifts. I’m 28 and my mom still gets home made gifts!