Monday, April 30, 2012


Stamp Sets and More for SALE!

Check it out! All of these must go!

Here's what I have for sale

Because of You - $15.00

Life's Little Moments $15.00

Party Hat Wishes $12.00

Farm Fresh $12

Christmas Bough $7

Simply Home $10

New Season New Wonder $10

Thank you words $7.00 (less than a $1 a stamp!)

Alphabetically Adorable $12

Shoot for the Moon $3

Grow Yourself Extraordinary $7

March 2012 Kit of the Month $25.00

January 2012 Kit of the Month $25.00
Kit of the Month - January 2012 $25.00
Kit of the month 2012 March $25.00
Grow yourself Extraordinary - 2 stamps $7
Christmas Bough 4 stamps for $7
Shoot for the Moon - 3 stamps $7.00
Thank You words - 10 stamps $7.00

Ippity Stamp Sets 
New Season New Wonder - 6 stamps - $10.00
Life's Little Moments - 11 stamps $15.00

Simply Home- 10 Stamps $10.00
Alphabetically Adorable - 26 Stamps - $12.00 
Farm Fresh - 8 stamps $12.00 
Because of You - 11 Stamps- $15.00
Party Hat Wishes - 6 stamps - $12.00 

I hope to be posting lots of scrapbooking paper that will ship in a flat rate USPS box/envelope

I will send you a pay pal invoice or you can send a check. All items ship only after check has cleared.  

If you are interested in a 5 or more stamps/sets I will cover shipping costs!!

Please send me an email to let me know what you would like. First come first serve! Some of these stamps sets are over 50% MSRP.  

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Customized T-Shirts for Twins

Did I mention that the 2nd half of this class is all about using a die cutting machine! Well it is. 

Here are 2 t-shirts I created as a birthday gift for 3 year old twins.  I got the idea from shirts a friend of my mom's had made for my twin brothers when they were little.  

The front of the shirt 
the back of the shirts. 

I had so much fun creating these shirts.  I used silhouette iron on vinyl and flocked vinyl. 

Using the font option I created the words for the t's which say 

Hi, I'm... Sam/Jack

He's Sam/Jack

I felt like the shirts were too plain with just the words on them so I found these cute little monsters throughout the silhouette store. 
Here's the info on them 
one-eyed monster by Hero Arts
monster in top hat by Hero Arts

I made the monsters on the front of the shirts larger than the back.  
I purchased the t-shirts from Hobby Lobby using a 40% off coupon so the 2 shirts cost about $6 for the two! 

I look forward to trying this out for another friend of mine who has twin girls that are identical.  

Have fun with your Cameo! I know I am. 


Baby Shower Onesie Invite!

So the many wonderful things they have taught us in this class is shaped cards. I haven't done a lot of shaped cards (outside of circles and squares) but I have done this one recently for a co-worker who's son's wife is having twins.  This entire card was created using my Silhouette Cameo. sorry about the quality of the photo but I didn't make any extras.

I added the small brads on the bottom to represent the buttons. I also added a little crystal to dot the i.  The white stitching was done with a white gel pen. I ran the leaves through my xyron to adhere which was much easier then a glue pen (which I started with).

The back has all the information about the shower.

Have fun creating with your Cameo! I know I am!


Cameo Created Baby Shower invite!

I am having so much fun with my Cameo these days. I have created some great baby shower invitations for a co-worker. Here's one for her daughter in law who is having a boy and LOVES monograms!
sorry about the blurred parts. I thought it was only right to get rid of that information.  

Anyway... what it did! 

I used my Silhouette Cameo for the monogram and the blue circles that monogram sits on.  I could have stamped these and punched them out with a hand punch but the time I saved by having the Cameo do it and the cleanness of the monogram it self is well worth it. 

I used the print and cut feature for the monogram which I created by simply using the font. I used placed a circle down so I know the dimensions I was working in. I then cut and paste the number of monograms that I needed which happened to be 30.  On a separate file I created the circles that I was going to put the monogram on.  I cut them, popped the monogram up with pop dots and there you have it.  
Well not totally. I cut the white paper to the size I wanted (just shy of the blue paper which is 4.25 x 5.5)
I printed those on my printer and adhered them to the blue card stock. I used  white gel pen and added the dashed lines. I really think that gave it a little something that it needed! I also added some ribbon that I had left over in my SU stash.  

Happy a great day! 

Die Cuts and Glitter!!

Hi Everybody!!! I'm taking this great class from Online Card Classes all about die cutting!!

I created this card using some new and current items in my craft area

Here you can see the detail on the detail of the glitter that I used directly on the die cutes.

Here't the entire card.
I used the following items.

Memory Box Dies

Fuchsia Sprig (98303)
1.7 x 2.6 inches
0.5 x 6 inches

Micorfine glitters in green, purple and pink

Authentique paper from a 6x6 pad

Hero Arts stamp

Embossing folder

The birds were from Michaels and I can't remember the brand. (sorry)

White paper is Neenah and Pink is Papertrey ink

Black ink

Generic Kraft prescored and cut card from Hobby Lobby. (I really like the kraft paper)

Have a great day!


Saturday, February 25, 2012

classy in red and black

classy in red and black

classy in red and black

Bubble top
£15 -

Light weight pants
$240 -

Guess pumps
$66 -

Chanel chain bag

Chanel white pearl jewelry

Kate Spade post earrings
$78 -

Miu Miu hair accessory
$450 -