Monday, June 27, 2011

Reference Guide for Everyday Paper Dolls Cart

Back in 2009, I cut every image on the Everyday Paper Doll cart, sorted into similar groups and labeled them in grids on 8.5 x 11inch paper. The bodies/heads, hair, clothes, shoes and most of the items that go on the body were cut at 3 inches for size reference. Some of the other images were cut larger or smaller to fit into the grids. The PDF document is 36 pages long! Here is a sample of some pages to give you an idea of what it looks like:
I have uploaded the PDF to MediaFire as a password protected file. I will share the password with anyone who agrees to the terms of use 

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Help Me Win An Imagine!

I've entered a contest sponsored by CricutDirect and the prize is a Cricut Imagine! Wowzers! What a great prize. But, I need your help to win it! The contest is on the CricutDirect facebook page. You need to like their page and then like my project photo. The person with the most "likes", wins! Here's the link to the CricutDirect FB page:!/CricutDirect?sk=photos

And, my project is the little doggy matchbox giftcard holder:
Thanks so much for your help!

Monday, June 6, 2011

A Hat for the Louisville Kentucky Circle Meet Up

When I heard there was going to be a hat contest for the Kentucky Meet Up, I immediately thought "derby hat"! So I took a plain white hat (from Party City) and wrapped the band with pink netting, leaving enough for a big bow and tails. Added lots of pink flowers that I cut with my Cricut using a DS file created by Capadia Designs. Added some thin green ribbons and more pink netting. A few Circle logos cut from glitter paper and viola!

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Sympathy Card for a friend

I used the scallop card from Wild Card for the base of this easel card. In Design Studio, I created the matching scallop layer in two sizes. I used George for the circles and several Cuttlebug embossing folders. The inside sentiment is printed and then cut using Lacy Labels. Add a bow and a little bling and viola!