I really love the Anya stamps... here is a Miss Anya :) Taken with Teal cardstock, mixed with some Nana's Kids. I cut the Happy Easter out of Gypsy Font twice and layered it. Added a little diminsion by putting the brads in the center of flowers. Super quick and easy! :)
I just got this Easter Anya stamp last week, and was so excited to ink her up! I used SU Pretty in Pink cardstock for the card, cut from the Wildcard cartridge (p33 Argyle). Then, I used the shift/icon feature to cut the lattice in SU Melon Mambo. I cut a strip of pastel colored ribbon and just tied a quick knot on the side. I cut an oval (with my Creative Memories cutting system) in some Nana's Kids ladybug paper, and then used the same paper to cut "happy" with the Walk in my Garden cartridge, and then "Easter" with the Designer's Calendar cartridge. I cut another, smaller oval with the SU Melon Mambo, and put cutie Easter Anya on top. Then, I embellished with a couple white flowers I've had forever, and stuck some pink "bling" in the middle of the flowers. I think I'll send it to my mom, because she loves pink!!
These are the next 2 pages from Kadin's class party. They loved the rock wall at FuntastiCo. I used SU Yoyo Yellow cardstock, Brilliant Blue, Real Red, and Basic Black for framing the pictures, and cut the muscle boy and the title from "A Child's Year" cartridge (I'm really loving that cartridge!!) I was using my gypsy, so I'm not positive, but I think I cut the black mountains from Paper Doll Dress Up.
Just trying to play around with the blog...new at it:) Cake decorating has taken a backseat to scrapping these days, but this was one of my all time favorite cakes that I made. It was at a pony ranch, and my friend let me have free reign over the cake. I was so happy with the way it turned out. :)
I love my Cricut!!! This page was put together to participate in a new challenge that is all about the Cricut. How exciting :) It had to include the word birthday, and a balloon. I just happened to be working on Kadin's 7th birthday pictures. I used some new paper I just got from Michaels in a superhero pack, framed the pictures in SU Yoyo Yellow, Real Red, and Brilliant Blue. I cut the balloons from "A Child's Year" cartridge in Yoyo Yellow, and then used the shift feature to cut them out in SU brushed silver. I added a little red twine at the base of each balloon. Then, I used "A Child's Year" again to cut out "the birthday boy", and did the word birthday in Brilliant Blue and then again in Real Red, and just shifted the red over a little bit to give it the layered look. Finally, I added a small journaling box at the top to describe this awesome 1st grade class :)