Monday, December 24, 2012

Disney in a Frame



My sister loves Disney. . .probably more than I do! She and her husband just recently returned from a trip to Disney World. While there, they took full advantage of the Disney photographers and photo pass. She has some great photos, so I decided to create a frame for her to showcase her favorite photo. I took a collage frame I purchased a Michael's and added some vinyl I cut with my Cricut and the Mickey and Friends cartridge and viola! A gift I almost didn't give!

The frame as purchased:


I used CCR to hide all the interior cuts of the images and applied the vinyl to the outside of the frames. I inserted colored card stock to each frame. I then made a simple phrase in white vinyl and applied it to a piece of black card stock to fill the center frame. I cut the words Disney World 2012 in the black vinyl and applied those to the outside of the frame. When she removes the black card stock and replaces it with her photo, the words Disney World 2012 will still show to commemorate their trip.


If she doesn't like it, I'll gladly take it back!  :)

Sunday, December 23, 2012

A Few Handmade Christmas Cards from Crafty Friends

I am very fortunate to have a group of crafty friends who are also very talented. Here are some Christmas cards I have received from them.

From Nadia ~ http://www.withglitteringeyes.com/


From Barbara ~ she doesn't have a blog but needs one!


From Carolyn ~ http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com/


From Francine ~ http://alilbitocreativity.blogspot.com/

From Jennifer to my daughter

Monday, December 17, 2012

Remembering Sandy Hook Elementary School

Prayers for the families, friends and the community. May you find comfort and peace. And to the newest Angels in Heaven. . .we will not forget you.  {{{HUGS}}


Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Snowman Treat Holder


Here's a couple of Snowman Treat Holders I made using Tie the Knot, Doodlecharms and CCR. The little one holds 2 Hershey nuggets and the bigger one holds 2  {possibly 3 but I only had 2 on hand} Ghirardelli squares. If you don't cut the flaps off that cross over inside the box, you could put quite a few M&Ms in there instead.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Elf Shoe Cookie Wrapper


Here's a quick and easy gift for co-workers or neighbors. It's an elf shoe that wraps around a stack of red filled Oreo cookies! I used the elf shoe from Teddy Bear Parade and a scallop circle from Craft Room Basics and CCR to make the wrapper. Just stack your Oreos in a clear treat bag {somehow the ribbon covering the twist tie when missing before the photo}, wrap the shoe around the stack and glue the sides of the shoe at the toe end. Fold down the flaps and glue the scallop circles onto the tip of the shoe. Viola! An Elf Shoe gift!

Here's the link to download the CCR file. There are two versions of the shoe, one with the curve up to the ankle and one with a flat top {like the shoe pictured}. For the flat top, there is a rectangle that is not welded over the curve portion to make the straight cut.

https://www.box.com/s/9zwypf7dc4wmljaru66q