Tuesday, January 18, 2011


Hello Friends, Hope this day finds you all well!
Cricut has a monthly challenge of basically scraplifting a project from the cricut circle blog.
Using 2 or more cuts on the project
Use a project you have seen on the cricut blog
Use product from at least 2 of the sponsors
This is what I dreamed up
My Crystal Chandelier

My 2 Cuts were from Summer in Paris cartridge
2 products by sponsors-Tatered Angles glimmer mist on chandelier and cutout flowers from Cosmo Cricket


This was my inspiration from Cricut Designer Cindy Royal

Monday, January 10, 2011

A New Year !

Hello Friends,
Well the New Year has started and with that new hopes and dreams and New CREATIONS wooohooo!
I have not had a lot of time yet to start any fantastic projects, but a few simple ones is all I have to share at the moment. My hope for the new year is to learn how to do this blogging thing better. Get a better camera to do tutorials, learn how to make those darn tabs on my blog (been at that all day and still cannot get it ) and meet new friends while doing this blog. But the most important thing for me is to enjoy creating projects, that has to come 1st for me or this blog has really no purpose. Anyway I hope you enjoy the projects that I make. I always value your comments and suggestions and hope it brightens your day just a little.
Looking forward to a wonderful New Year


I made a Receipe box for my daughter for Christmas and she wanted more things to put on her walls cuz she thought this cartridge from Kates Kitchen was great and my granddaughters love it too. So I scraplifted this 1st one from sweetsassydiva-gspot.blogspot.com and put my own twist on it and then added it to a wooden plaque so it could be put up on the wall or put on a stand.

All these images are from Kates Kitchen Imagine cartridge. There are very simple to do...its pretty much done for you with the printing and cutting out. Its up to you how you want to display or create a project out of these images. Add a few emblishments...Ribbon, Glossy Accents, Glitter, Pop Dots and you have another quick project done.


Have you ever bought one of these to go cups at your favorite Coffee Shop and they cost an arm and a leg. Well here is one that will cost you $1. And if you happen to lose it somewhere hhhhmmmm, well you can just make another one. Makes a pretty good and simple gift as well.

I bought this mug from a dollar store. Added stamps I liked to craft paper and there ya have it. Could not be any simpler and you certainly could make many different styles.