This A2 size card was made with paper from my scrap drawer. I used the Gypsy to adjust dimensions on the pink and black mats and cut them out with the Expression. Since most of my stamps are not in their original packaging, I am not sure where these came from. Dress form is stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Tape measure was stamped with VersaMark and Tim Holtz Worn Lipstick, and then I added clear embossing powder and heat set it. Used a 1 1/4" circle punch, and when I know what sentiment I want to use, I'll stamp it on a pink half-circle and adhere it. The buttons are from my stash.
I have had the same BFF since we were 14 years old. I saw a Father's Day card with the sentiment "No one could ever fill your shoes", and thought that was a very appropriate sentiment for her birthday since we've been BFFs almost 45 years (which then tells you how old we are! ha ha). The sentiment was printed on pink cardstock with my computer, and I used a 1 1/4 circle punch to cut it out. The A2 size gate-fold card was made from white card stock. I used my Gypsy and Gypsy Wanderings cartridge for the high heels and cut them with my Expression. The scalloped circle was cut with the Imagine. All paper came from my scrap drawer, and the bling was from my stash.
This running shoe card was cut using cardstock scraps, a free svg file from svg.com, and my Cricut Expression. I made it for my nephew's 17th birthday. He is on the high school cross country team, and his cake had a picture of him in his uniform on it. The card matched - and neither my sister or I knew what the other was doing!
Tag was from a package I bought several years ago. I randomly inked it with Tim Holtz distress inks in Peeled Paint, Dusty Concord, Pink Lipstick, Orange Marmalade, and ... I'm not at my desk and forget the name of the blue. Ribbon is from my stash, I used Memento Tuxedo Black to stamp the sentiment (Fiskars).
The paper I used for the mat (Spring Giddy Grasshopper) already had circles on it. I punched additional circles from scraps of cardstock and stamped with a Fiskars stamp and VersaMark ink. Then I used clear embossing powder and heat-set the image on those circles. The image looks a little similar to those on the paper. The sentiment is from TPC Studios, stamped with VersaMark ink, and heat-embossed with blue embossing powder. Ribbon and buttons were from my stash.
Cardstock and the sticker are from my stash. I ran the purple mat through the Cuttlebug with the Swiss Dots embossing folder. Bunny, basket, and eggs were cut with the Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge. I used VersaMark ink and clear embossing powder for the images on the eggs. Wiggly eyes and some pink chalk help define the bunny's character a bit. The basket and bunny paws are adhered with pop dots. And I used a white gel pen to stitch around the basket. The green isn't showing up very well - it almost looks tan in this picture, and I'm not sure why.
The patterned paper is Paper Studio vintage, sentiment stamp is CTMH. I used VersaMark ink and clear embossing powder. Frame was cut from a pre-installed image on the Cricut Imagine and a scrap of brown cardstock. Ribbon and button were from my stash.
I used an image from the e-Craft machine that was similar to the one on the Super Sunday Sketch and sprayed it with Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Mist. The sentiment is hard to see in this picture, but it was stamped with VersaMark ink, sprinkled with clear embossing powder, and heat-set. The mat is cardstock from a Nana's Kids stack. Butterflies were made with a Martha Stewart punch, and the dots were made with a Viva Decor Ice White Pearl Pen. Ribbon and pink cardstock were scraps.
The paper is from a stack of Nana's Kids cardstock. Sun was cut using Gypsy Wanderings, waves were cut with the Disney Princesses Dreams Come True cartridge. Sentiment is from TPC Studios, and the ink is Memento Tuxedo Black. The sentiment is hard to read, but it says "Friends fill your life with joy, your soul with sunshine, and your heart with love". I started to add embellishments, but decided to keep it simple instead.
The paint is actually paint we used on a bedroom wall! The clouds, bird, and grass were cut out using the Cricut Imagine and Imagine More and Plantin Schoolbook cartridges. Flowers were from my stash, stems were drawn with a marker, and the dots are Viva Decor Sunny Yellow. I didn't add a sentiment yet because I'm not sure what I want to use.
Card was made with all scraps! Not many of my stamps are in their original packaging, so I'm not sure where this sentiment came from. Ink is Tim Holtz Worn Lipstick distress ink, yellow dots are Viva Decor Sunny Yellow.
I made this card for the 365 Cards Challenge "Day 1 - New Beginnings". Spring is a time of new beginnings. "Celebrate" was cut with the Celebrations Cricut Cartridge, and 'Spring" and the birdhouse/birdhouse layers were cut with the Stretch Your Imagination cartridge. Card stock is from packages I bought at Hobby Lobby. I used a brayer and Tim Holtz Dusty Concord to ink the Cuttlebug Birds & Swirls embossing folder for the mat. I think the die I used for the birds is a Sizzlit die (it's not in its original packaging). They were adhered with pop dots. Ribbon and button were from my stash.
I used the Wild Card cartridge and my Cricut Imagine for the card and candle, and the Celebrations cartridge and my Cricut Expression for the hat, present, and cupcake and cupcake layers. They were cut from scraps of glitter paper. Orange glimmer mist was sprayed on the candle flame, and an orange Stickles dot was added. Wiggly eyes, a strip of red cardstock behind the nose and mouth, and stitching with a glitter pen finished this birthday card.