I just found out I won the Winged Thing Theme Challenge. I am so honored, over the moon actually. This is the first time I won for any of my projects.
My prize is a kit of my choosing from MonkeyDoodle Cricut. Click on the button below to check out Monique'a work. Cricut Kits include paper, cardstock, etc. and easy to follow directions with Cricut Cut Chart.
Recipe: Cricut Cartridge- Storybook Emoss fold- D' vine Paper- various scrap pieces in dark red and brown Embellishments- strip ribbon, 3-d mother embossed sticker, 2 gold flowers and 1 red prima mini, along with a couple of sm gold jewels.
Project recipe: Cricut cart: Home Decor Paper: 12x12 pattern paper for album and bird, floral wallpaper scrap for matte, cream cardstock for bird and words. Embellishments: Prima flowers, gold brads, bronze ribbon Other: Mod Podge- gloss, and black chalk to give bird definition
Here is a sweet little birdie svg. It is a paper piece and can be ungrouped to cut. Download SVG HERE PS: Don't forget I'm going to draw a ScrapBook Blessings follower tonight. I'll post the winner Monday afternoon. The lucky crafter will get something little to say thank you for sticking with me for 100 posts :)
Wow, I just realized that my last post was number 100!!! Hopefully many more to come. To celebrate, I thought I would give a little something to one of the ScrapBook Blessings followers. I'll draw a name Sunday 18th.
No Cricut used...my heart be still. Papercrafts without the Cricut?!?!? My husband reminded me it could be done, lol. Since I didn't have my cricut-baby until last November. I wanted a quick hostess gift to give my sister's MIL who was having us for Easter dinner.
This is a very simple craft project to do. Supplies: cardstock, small dowel rod, green floral tape, double sided tape, easter grass, candle wax, sm. flower pot.
STEP 1: Cut your dowel rod 12 inches or size you need and wrap with floral tape. Start at the top and work to the bottom.
STEP 2: Take old candles and microwave bowl until melted. Pour into flower pot.
STEP 3: As wax sets up, put dowel rod in the center. (sorry I should have took a picture but I was rushing to get to dinner)
STEP 4: When the wax has set up with the dowel and is secure, fill with Easter grass and goodies. (the sticker says "He has Risen". It was the only yellow thing I could find on the fly)
I had such a rotten afternoon at work today but when I got home, I checked my email and look who e-mailed me!!!
You won a reserved Copy of the New Gypsy A to Z DVD!!! This DVD will not be shipping until after May 1st, but if you send me your address, as soon as the copy is in - you will receive it!! :)
have a great day!
MeganYeah!!!!!! It's MEGAN!!!!!! I love this girl! If you haven't been to Above Rubies Studio yet, you got to check it out!
PS. I asked for the gypsy for my b-day in June, just e-mail if you want to get me one :P EDIT: We decided to go out to dinner, take the kiddos to the rose garden/park and let them run around like crazy, take a ton of pictures, get ice cream and take more pictures. The family had such a great evening together. We just got home and I thought I would check my emails before bath time. Guess what I found?!?!?
Good Afternoon Sandy, Thank you so much for playing along with us this week over at My Scrapbooking Suppl…
I remember making easter chocolates as a family when I was a little girl. This year, I decided I was going to make some with my little girl. I forgot how easy and hard at the same time it is making these. Or maybe that is beacuse it was my parents doing all the standing at the electric skillet, lol!
Here is what you need: electric skillet, 4 coffee mugs, spoons, water, melting chocolate wafers, candy molds, and all the other goodies (like fruit, peanuts, raisins, rice crispies, etc.) that you like in your chocolate. I got my chocolate (dark and milk) at the local candy/cake shop. I think the craft/discount store's chocolate has too much of a waxy taste. At the cake shop, I was also able to get the rest of my stuff. (pictured below) STEP 1: Fill electric skillet with 2 inches of water and 4 coffee mugs. STEP 2: Turn skillet on high to heat the water and cups, and add the chocolate wafers (1/2 c at a time). STEP 3: Stir chocolate until melted and spoon into candy molds. Shake…
Here is a tooth with blackout feature (Scal 2 file), perfect for that first lost tooth layout. My oldest went to the dentist today and got a clean bill. But I started thinking of when she start loosing those baby teeth!
I got this great tip from one of my scrapbook groups...
I needed a mat that I could use my embossing gun with and I ran across one I caould make. First I used very heavy/thick chipboard. This one was the back part of an embellishment pack. Next take some aluminum foil (I used name brand). Cut the size of the board plus a little extra for folding. Then I folding the foil around the cardstock, like I was wrapping a present. I taped the flaps down on the back side. Now I have a great embossing board. I think the reflective foil helps the powder/gun heat up faster and I don't have to worry about my fingers or my table.