Monday, June 30, 2014
Michelle is challenging us at BBTB2 to a 4th of July project -- and I have a twist on that! A friend of mine has a friend who shares her birthday with the day of All-American fireworks. This is what I made for her using the cricut cartridge Stand and Salute and fine glitter cardstock paper. Hope that she gets to see fireworks on her day!
Monday, June 23, 2014
Melanie from BBTB2 is challenging us all to a Summer Fun project. Is there something more fun than boys pretending to be sea monsters by covering themselves with seaweed?
I used "Pack Your Bags" cricut cart for the 6x12 We R Memory Keepers pocket page.
Monday, June 16, 2014
I blame Christina Berger! (She is the other crafty chick on this blog...) She exposed me to great papercrafting supplies, from quality cardstock to fun diecuts and punches -- even stamps! I never thought I would be stamper -- but these stamps always come out crisp and clean. So I blame her 100%. I am now a Stampin' Up! demonstrator (and that awesome photo is a Stampin' Up pic of some of their products). She made me get a website too...so if you are interested, stop by: http://laurapizz.stampinup.net
Thank you for your support!
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014
It's time to make some Dad's Day Cards for the BBTB2 challenge! I used Father's Day Seasonal cart and some Simple Stories patterned paper. I think that I have enough...One for my dad because he IS the best dad ever:
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Monday, June 2, 2014
This is my challenge for BBTB2 -- Alter a Cricut Cut. I love transforming simple cricut cuts by digging into my craft supplies -- looking for ways to make die cuts special. For this challenge, you can use anything from paints, inks, modge podge, glitter and glue or simply use colored pens or markers. The diecut theme is up to you. Here is my project -- a cricut cut butterfly from Serenade Solutions -- embellished with Martha Stewart microbeads and some Glimmer Mist.