Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Scrappin With Sharon and Smokey Creative Team Project

Hello Krafthead,
I hope everyone had a great time with family and friends on Christmas. I can’t believe it is over!
Today, I would like to share a sympathy card with you as a Scrappin’ with Sharon and Smokey’s Creative Team Project. My Mother’s friend lost her sister on Christmas day and I knew these files would be perfect. I used RM00155 for the frame and RM00090 for the flowers.
I threaded sheer ribbon through the frame and tied the ribbon into a bow. For the flowers, I used Tattered Rose and Peppermint Stick Glimmer Mist. I had leaves and Prima Say it with Pearls in my stash. The paper is from DCWV’s Bella Amor Stack. The sentiment is from a rubber stamp I have. That was cut using the smallest Nestability. I added pearls (from my stash) to the corners to finish off the card.
Be sure to drop by Sharon's store and check out these files and others! She is always adding new files!
I hope you enjoyed today’s Creative Team project! Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Glimmer Mist-Tattered Rose, Peppermint Stick
DCWV- Bella Amor
Nestabilities
Grand Calibur
Prima Say it with Pearls
Rubber Stamp
Ribbon
Pearls

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Day 24-OCTC

Happy Christmas Eve Krafters!
Christmas is TOMORROW! Can you believe it? Well today, I would like to share a project I did with my oldest (the other girls was just in the room playing with boxes LOL). We call DH’s dad Grand Pa Pa (you have to roll the “R” off your tongue). He is really not into Christmas, but we wanted to do something for him. Each year he buys them pajamas, so I decided to have DH take a picture of all of the girls in their pjs and present him with that.
It is no secret that I really struggle with masculine projects. You would think with four brothers and a husband, I wouldn’t…the irony! While it is not perfect, I really like how it turned out! It is a special gift that my daughters were involved in making, yet it is made just for Grand Pa Pa! Only thing left is to print the picture and add~
I hope you enjoyed today’s project! Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Indi Art Cricut Cartridge-Gears & Crown
Heritage Cricut Cartridge- Grand Pa Pa
Cricut Expression 2
Wood Frame
Black Folk Art Paint
Metallic Gold Paint
Old Paper Crackle Paint
Mod Podge
Black Stazon Ink
Bo Bunny Timepiece Collection Pocket Watch Stamp
Valentine’s Day Stamp
Hemp Cord
Buttons

Friday, December 23, 2011

Day 23-OCTC

Hey Krafters....

I can't believe there are only a couple of days left until Christmas! I have enjoyed sharing different projects with you all! My goal was to share and inspire. I pray I achieved that!
On to the project! I have been seeing chargers EVERYWHERE! However, I would like to thank Cassie from the Sistah's Scrap Too Forum (cricut board) for the inspiration (that girl gots talent). Anywho, every time I would go to Wal-Mart or Mike's I would forget to pick some up. Well they had them at Mike's for 99 cents last week and picked up a couple (I am going back for more LOL). OMG-ness, these things are so fun and easy to alter! They make beautiful keepsakes. I made this one for my MIL. I wanted to make something that reflects her. I really hope she likes it and all of you as well!

Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~


Materials:

Cricut Expression 2
Heritage Cricut Cartridge-daughter(cut the s off)
Tie the Knot Cricut Cartridge-L and flourishes
Sophisticated Cricut Cartridge-Mother, Sister and Friend (cut the s off)
White Vinyl
Charger Plate

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Day 22-OCTC

Hey Krafters!
Welcome to day 22! Today, I would like to share a simple card. It took less than 10 minutes prep and put together. I used a Studio G stamp from the dollar spot at Joann’s Fabric. I stamped the image with Versa Mark and used Stampendous Silver Embossing Powder. That was the only technical part to the card. A few layers later…done! This card is easy to mass produce. Hope you were inspired.
Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Studio G Stamp
Versa Mark
Stampendous Embossing Powder-silver
Recollections Cardstock-blue
Bazzill Cardstock-white
Heat Tool
Old Paper Distress Ink
Viva Décor Pen-White
Ribbon
Fiskars Scallop Punch
Cuttlebug
Musical Flourish Embossing Folder

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Day 21-OCTC

What’s Going Down Krafters?
For day 21, I would like to share another inexpensive gift. We invest a lot of money into our electronic cutting machines! Why not put them to work J? Not only is my daughter a Hello Kitty fan, so is my SIL! Since SIL is a fanatic, I decided to give vinyl another go (that stuff can be addicting)! I used three layers of vinyl for HK. It was actually easier to layer her than I expected. On the opposite side, I just put a letter “K” for her first initial.
 Here is another, quick, easy but cute customized gift a teenager would love!
Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Vinyl-purple (lilac), black, white
Cricut Expression 2
Hello Kitty Greetings Cricut Cartridge-“Hello Kitty”
Hello Kitty Font Cricut Cartridge-HK Image
Martha Stewart Elegant Cakes Cartridge- “K”-not pictured
Double Wall Insulated Acrylic Cup
½” Circle Punch
Ribbon

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Day 20-OCTC

Hello Krafters!

Welcome to day 20 of the Operation Countdown to Christmas! Today I am going to share a VERY inexpensive and fun gift for the sports lover in your life. It only cost me time to make this project!
I painted an old frame I had laying around the house. I painted it with a foam brush to give it a distressed look. I went online and found the Lakers’ team logo and cut that out with my Gazelle (I’m telling y’all MTC and the Gazelle are the bomb together!) as well as the NBA trophy. I embossed the trophy with gold tinsel embossing powder. I also cut the numbers of the team’s starting five from a true type font on my computer.  I printed the wood floor from a website online as well. To make it sportier, I used the Sports Mania Cricut Cartridge to cut the basketball floor lines (I have no idea what they are called). My DH collects basketball cards, so I took one of his duplicates and matted it with yellow cardstock. Finally, I used my Gazelle to engrave the last name of the recipient and the date.
I’m telling y’all, the Gazelle is the bomb! When it is teamed up with MTC, it is even better! I was even able to get the Gazelle to be cordial with the Cricut LOL. So I hope you all enjoyed today’s project. It was quick, but more importantly, FREE because I already had everything here J  Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~



Materials:
Computer
Bosskut Gazelle-regular cut blade and engraving tip
Make the Cut Software
Cricut Expression
Sports Mania Cricut Cartridge
White Paint
Making Memories Aluminum Sheets
White, Purple and Gold Cardstock-Bazzill
Gold Tinsel Embossing Powder
Heat Gun
Basketball Trading Card

Disclaimer *logo is sole property of the NBA*  J Logo used for crafting purposes only!

Monday, December 19, 2011

Day 19-OCTC

Happy Monday Krafters!

Gosh, can you believe Christmas is less than a week away? Are you done with your holiday shopping or krafting? I still have a couple of projects to finish up...it is down hill from here!

Today, I would like to share a simple, simple, simple card! I whipped this out in a matter of minutes with the help of my Cuttlebug, Imagine and Martha Stewart border punch!
Materials:
Cuttlebug-Winter Woodland Embossing Set
Imagine-Snow Angel
Martha Stewart Branch Punch
Diamond Stickles
Liquid Pearls
Bell
Ribbon
Black Soot Distress Ink

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Day 18-OCTC

Hey Krafters!

I popping in to share another gift idea. It is a simple altered letter. This idea is great for any fellow krafter, teen, family or baby room! Have a wonderful day, Krafthead~
Materials:

Letter J
I Am Roses-Curly Rose, Skeleton Leaves
Trim-karlas001 etsy store
Lace
Iridescent Gold Glimmer Mist
Brown Paint
Pine Needle Crackle Paint
Butterfly, Beige Sprays, Beige Mini Roses-karlas001etsy
DCWV Heirloom Stack

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Day 17-OCTC

Happy Saturday Krafters!
Welcome to day 17 on the count UP to Christmas Day! Our children are important to us. Aside from us, their teachers help mold them into men and women. We must not forget our teachers! For today’s project, I would like to share a quick, but functional project a teacher can use all year long.
I have wanted to use the new chalkboard paper by DCWV since it was introduced a couple of months ago! When I made this, I knew I had to incorporate it. So for this gift, I kept it simple. I used the Black Currant Stack by DCWV as well.
To make this, it is important to use a thick cardstock or chipboard. I used one 8.5”x11 black Bazzill cardstock for the base. I folded it in half and one side in half to make an easel. I added the pattern cardstock just to jazz it up a little bit. I printed the calendar using Publisher. I cut the frame using the Top Note and Classic Oval Nestability. I used an embossing folder to bring a little texture to the project. I also added on lone flower to it. Again, it is about function more than beauty.
For the base, I cut another Top Note shape and mounted the sticky notes to it. I also cut the “to do” side with the Nestabilities and added a place to store the chalk. It did not take long to put this all together.
Please remember our educators during this Christmas season! Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~




Materials:
DCWV-Black Currant, Chalkboard
Bazzill-base
Paper Trey Ink-Vanilla
Mulberry Flower
Glimmer Mist-Gold-flower
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder
Chalk
Stamp-frame
Black Pearls
Hot Glue Gun

Friday, December 16, 2011

Day 16-OCTC

Hey Krafters!
              
I wanted to focus on family and friends who may live out of town. Let's face it, most of us are trying to budget as much as possible and cannot afford to send everyone something. Here is a solution for you! This is a fast and simple gift idea that will be personal and you did not have to break the bank. It only took a couple of minutes to put this together with the help of Photoshop Elements. Now I must admit I don't know much about digital layouts (as you can see). I have only done one or two J But that doesn’t stop me from trying and sharing LOL!

Anywho, you can add your photos/journaling to the program, send the layouts on a disk, some binding material and there you have an instant photo album! I will only cost a few dollars to ship. Or these can be sent via email J This is a cute gift idea that any family or friend will cherish forever. Remember to add journaling (I did not add to this layout) to share the story behind the photo(s).
Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~


Materials:

Photoshop Elements
 

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Day 15- OCTC

Wow Krafters!

Day 15!! I remember when I considered not posting for the 25 day count down, but I am glad I am pressing on! Again, I thank each and everyone of you for sharing this experience with me ;-)

On to the project, I am sharing a layout. Layouts are great gifts to give loved ones. This allows them to reflect on the memories. Let me say this, I had a lot of fun on this layout. However, it seem very plain (not clean and simple) to me. It seems like it is missing something. Anywho, spread the love of memories this year, Krafthead~


Materials:

Cricut Expression 2
Paper Trimmings
A Child's Year
DCWV Holiday Stack
Bazzil
Bling
Buttons
Old Paper Distress Ink
Fiskars Paper Crimper

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Day 14-OCTC

Happy Wednesday Krafters~

Welcome to day 14. I have enjoyed sharing projects with you thus far. I appreciate everyone who stopped by and to those who left love.
Quickly stopping by to share, yes a card LOL! This was the first card of the season. Thanks for looking, Krafhead~

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Day 13-Operation Countdown to Christmas

Hello Krafters,

Popping in for day 13! Enjoy, Krafthead~
}please note, I did not use proper copic specific paper so I did get some bleeding. 

Monday, December 12, 2011

Day 12: OCTC

Hey Krafters~

Welcome to day 12! We have less than two weeks before Christmas! I am doing the happy dance for sure. I love Christmas because no matter how things are going in life, something miraculous always happens. What I mean is, situations for me just don't seem as bad. This time of year lift my spirits.
Hope you enjoy today's project! Krafthead~

Materials:

DCWV-Performance Stack
Musical Flourish Embossing Folder
Cuttlebug
Nestabilities
Christmas Noel
Snow Angel
Gold Leaf Pen
Ribbon
Stickles-Gold

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Day 11: Operation Countdown to Christmas~

Hello Krafters-



Just popping on to share a quick project using the Cricut Imagine and Christmas Village. Have a wonderful day. Krafthead~

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Day 10 Operation Countdown to Christmas-CT Project

Hello Krafters,
Today is day 10 to Operation Countdown to Christmas! Time is going by so quickly! Anywho, I'm here to share a quick and easy Creative Team Project for Scrappin' with Sharon and Smokey! For this project, I used file RM00161 and let me tell you, this file cut out beautifully and was simple to put together!  This cute and versatile file can be used as a treat topper (pictured below) for stocking stuffers, co-worker gifts, and students or as a card and home décor piece.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, why not make it easy on yourselves? Check out this file and other files over at Sharon’s store. Take the stress out of hand-making gifts J for the holidays this year…Krafthead~

Materials:
RM00161
Gazelle
Dcwv Holiday Cardstock-red, black
Ribbon
Bling
1x8 clear cellophane bags-GT Bag Company
Raisinettes

Friday, December 9, 2011

Day 9- Countdown to Christmas

Hello Krafters!
Welcome to day 9 of the Countdown to Christmas! Today I am here to share another card for the holiday season! I hope you all enjoy! Krafthead~

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Day 8-Operation Countdown to Christmas~

Hello Krafters!
Oh my, I am posting late! Today, I am going to share a quick card for the eighth day of Operation Countdown to Christmas. Hope you enjoy! Krafthead~

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Operation Count Down to Christmas Day 7

Happy Wednesday Krafters~
Welcome to day seven of Operation Countdown to Christmas! Today, I am here to share a project that was inspired by MyButterflykisses. I came across her project and I knew immediately that I had to make one. I made mine a little differently, than she did, but the idea is the same. I think it is my favorite project made to date! It turned out better than I could ever imagine! The best thing about this project is that I already had everything I needed! No additional cost J
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day! Krafthead~

Materials:
Glass Ornament
Lace
I Am Roses Mini Roses
Roses-stash
Homemade Glimmer Mist-red
Christmas Sprays
Crystals
Gold Ribbon Cord
Hot Glue Gun
Pearl Trim
Wire Cutters
Scissors
Gold Leaf Pen






Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Day 6- Operation Countdown to Christmas

Hello Krafters,

Happy Monday Krafters!
Krafthead here to share a home décor idea. I made this for my DH for his prayer room. The frame I altered he said it was too “girly”! Anywho, this was inspired by a large poster I saw naming all of the names that Christ is called.
I took plain white cardstock and wet it with homemade glimmer mist. While it was still wet, I crumpled up the cardstock to further distress it. For the edges, I used walnut stain distress ink as well as Close to Cocoa and a little Black Soot.
As the cardstock dried, I typed out the many names of Christ on transparencies. Put it all together (in the altered frame) and it made a inexpensive home décor item!
Thanks for stopping by for day six of the Operation Countdown to Christmas. Krafthead~


Materials:
Printer
Transparency
Distress Ink-Black Soot, Walnut Stain
Stampin’ Up Close to Cocoa
Homemade Glimmer Mist
Cardstock

Monday, December 5, 2011

Operation Countdown to Christmas Day 5

Happy Monday Krafters!
Today is day 5 of Operation Countdown to Christmas. Here is a quick card I made using the Word Collage Cricut Cartridge and Snow Angel Imagine Cartridge.  This card is not one of my best, but I thought I would share it to show the versatility of Word Collage. You can use this cartridge for background papers, home décor, and so much more.
Thanks for coming by. Take care, Krafthead~
Materials:
Cricut Imagine
Snow Angel
Word Collage
Iridescent Gold Glimmer Mist
Gold Leafing Pen
Ornament Cuttlebug Embossing Folder
Cuttlebug
Viva Décor Pen-white
Stickles-Christmas Red/Green
Gold Cord
Bell



Sunday, December 4, 2011

Operation Countdown to Christmas Day 4

Happy Sunday Krafters,
Its Krafthead here for day four of the Operation Countdown to Christmas. Today I am sharing another card I made for the Second Annual Cricut Forum Holiday Card Challenge. Since Jesus is the reason for the season and it is Sunday, it is only fitting for me to share this angel card. I used the Christmas Noel Cricut Cartridge for the angel and snowflakes. The circle was cut from George.
I hope you enjoyed today's project and that you are inspired. Remember to check back often as we continue in the Operation Countdown to Christmas. Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Cricut Expression 2
Christmas Noel Cartridge
George Basic Shapes
D’vine Swirls Embossing Folder
Cuttlebug
Marvy Scalloped Oval Punch
DCWV Winter Combo-pattern paper 2010 release
Glitter Paper
Puffy Paint
Ribbon
Bell
Sentiment
Prima Say it in Pearls
Faded Jeans Distress Ink

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Operation Countdown to Christmas Day 3

Hey Krafters,
Its Krafthead here for day three of the Operation Countdown to Christmas. I hope you have enjoyed the projects thus far. Today I would like to share yes, another card I made for the Second Annual Cricut Forum Holiday Card Challenge. The challenge really helped me to get motivated to get my Christmas cards completed. Anywho, I used the Enjoy the Season’s Imagine Cartridge for this card. I really like this cartridge because the images are so whimsical! I tried something a little different with this card……
Remember to check back often as we are in the time of Operation Countdown to Christmas. I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Cricut Imagine
Enjoy the Seasons
Aluminum Foil
D’vine swirls
Cuttlebug
Puffy paint-white
Icicle Stickles
DCWV Winter Combo-pattern paper 2010 release

Friday, December 2, 2011

Operation Countdown to Christmas Day 2

Hey Krafters,
Its Krafthead here! For day two, I would like to share a card I made for the Second Annual Cricut Forum Holiday Card Challenge hosted by yours truly over at scrapbook.com. We had such a good time! This year the majority of the cards I made have a bell. I have no idea why I am stuck on bells LOL. Anywho, I used the Santa’s Village Imagine Cartridge for this card. At the time, my Imagine was cutting kinda wonky, but I think the card turned out cute!
Remember to check back often as we are in the time of Operation Countdown to Christmas. I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Cricut Imagine
Santa’s Village
Recollection Vintage Christmas-background paper and moon
Stickles-Diamond, Christmas Red
EK Success Punch-snow
Gold Cord
Bell
Sentiment Stamp-Studio G
Pop Dot-santa’s hand
Cuttlebug
Musical Flourish-moon
Walnut Stain Distress Ink

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Operation Countdown to Christmas Day 1

Hello Krafters!
Happy December! I hope you had an enjoyable Thanksgiving! Now Christmas is around the corner YAY! Please join me throughout the month of December for different project ideas. I will share cards, gifts, décor and more J for the holiday season!
To kick start Operation Countdown to Christmas, I would like to share a shaker card I made last year. It was a challenge, but I love how it turned out! It really worked! Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Acetate
Foam Tape
Cardstock
Cricut Machine-you can make this without a cartridge just draw the snow globe free hand
Joys of the Season-I think *blush*
Ink
Ribbon
Sentiment
Fiskars Snow Flake Punch Around the Page
Mr. Frosty Imagine Cartridge
Decorative Sand
D’vine Swirls Embossing Folder
Cuttlebug
Black Diamond Stickles

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hello Krafters!

I just wanted to wish each and every one of you a very Happy Thanksgiving! We all have a lot to be thankful for. If you are reading this posting, that means you are alive, have a computer, internet service, and electricity! You are blessed! If you are going through a trial or a rough time, don't look at the negative, look at the blessings instead.
I pray you have a safe, relaxing and yummy filled holiday....oh and if you do Black Friday shopping be safe and keep your purses close! Krafthead~

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

SSSCT-Christmas Shadow Box Card

Happy Tuesday Krafters!
I'm here to share another Scrappin' with Sharon & SmokeyCreative Team project with you! For this project, I used file RM00113. I thought the ornaments in this file were perfect for an array of crafts! In this particular file, there are three different ornaments, but for this card, I am only using one.
About a year ago, I saw a tutorial on YouTube for a peek-a-boo card. It reminded me of a shadow box. I customized it a bit and the shadow box card was born! I hope you enjoyed today’s card! Don’t forget to check out the store for more awesome cut files. Thank you all so much for stopping by my spot. I hope you were able to kick back and relax for a while. Come on back now ya hear! Krafthead~
Materials:
Spellbinders Grand Calibur
Classic Oval Nestibilities
Cuttlebug-Ornament Embossing Folder
Gold Leaf Pen-edges
Stickles-Green
DCWV-Handmade Christmas Stack (ornament). Christmas Stack Combo (card front and inside)
Paper Trey Ink-card base
Recollections Bling
Smooch-Gold (embossed ornaments)
Studio G Ink-Gold (sentiment)
Inkadinkadoo Stamp
Ribbon
Bell


Monday, November 14, 2011

10 Minutes or Less Birthday Card~

Hey Krafters!
This past weekend, I put myself on a challenge. My cousin turned one on Saturday and I did not make her a card! I literally had 15 minutes before I had to be out of the door. I remembered on the invitation, there was a cupcake. With only that design element in mind, this is what I came up with! I even had a couple minutes to spare ;-)
I used the Yummy Imagine cartridge for the pattern papers and the cupcake. In the banner I stamped her name in the circles using Studio G stamps from Michael’s dollar spot. If I had more time, I would have done something different. However, I think it turned out well….even with all of the business of the patterns. Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~
Materials:
Cricut Imagine-Yummy
Fiskars- Crimper-cupcake wrapper, scallop border punch
Studio G Stamp-banner
Twine-banner
Butterfly Trim-Karlas001.esty
Bling
Action wobble-cupcake
Distress Ink-Stormy Sky-edges

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Tissue Box With Style-Creative Team Project

Hello Krafters!
It is Krafthead here to share with you a project I made for the Scrappin with Sharon and Smokey Creative Team. The miniature box was originally used for candies. However, since it is cold season, I thought it would be a cute idea to make a tissue box with it instead.  This box fits pocket sized tissues perfectly! I used acetate at the top and cut a slit to access the tissues or you can just lift the top on and off as needed. To embellish it, I used some black lace from my stash and some black flat back pearls.  The flourishes were made using Black Diamond Stickles and the Bazzill Fantasy Flourish Template.
File RM00090 is the flower file which was used to further embellish the box. The flowers were so easy to put together. When getting this file, there is an added bonus….a butterfly! I was so happy when I saw that! So cute!
If you are giving as a gift as a tissue box, I would recommend sealing the box with Mod Podge to strengthen it a bit. Also, use a thick and or sturdy cardstock.
There are so many things that can be done with RM00114! You can make it a cute care package for someone by adding a few tissues and a packet of tea…..or give as favors at a wedding. The sky is truly the limit. RM00090 makes gorgeous 3D flowers!
As always, I appreciate you stopping by! Don't forget to check out Sharon's store regularly. She adds new files often! Hope you enjoyed the project. Take care, Krafthead~

Materials:
RM0014 (box)
RM00090 (flowers, butterfly)
DCWV- Immortal Love (box), Antique Linen (butterfly
Recollections Cardstock-red (flowers/butterfly), black, green (flowers)
Flat-back pearls (butterfly, box)
Lace
Black Diamond Stickles (flourish)
Bazzill Fantasy Flourishes Template (flourish)
Walnut Stain (flowers)
Pocket Sized Tissue

Monday, October 31, 2011

Good Friends

Hello Krafters!
Today I would like to share a card I made for my Mom’s friend. They have been friends since they were little girls. My mom wanted something with a dove since the old saying says “If she kept one and her friend had the other, they would be friends forever.” Mom was happy with the results!
This project allowed me to use products from my stash as well as equipment that I enjoy using. I thought the dove theme was a good way to utilize those feathers I had just sitting around (not really sure why I bought them in the first place *shrug*). I also put my Ranger Melting Pot in use!
I hope this project inspire you to use some supplies/equipment that has been in your stash for a while or has not been loved. As always, I appreciate every visit and comment left. Thanks for stopping by! Krafthead~

Materials:
Paper Trey Ink Cardstock White-Base, Oval
DCWV Street Lace-Mat
Recollection Black Cardstock-Mat, Scalloped Oval
Grand Calibur
Nestabilities-Classic Scallop Oval, Classic Oval
Ranger Melting Pot-Dove
Dove Mold
UTEE-Dove
White Embossing Powder-Dove
ZVA-Bling
Feathers-Black, White
Pearl-Karlas001etsy.com
Lace
Distress Ink-Black Soot, Warn Lipstick
Stamp
Viva Pink Glimmer Mist-flower
I Am Roses-Roses :-)


Monday, October 24, 2011

Christmas House- SSSCreative Team Project

Hello Krafters!
It’s Krafthead here to share a cute interactive Christmas/holiday project using RM00126 from Scrappin with Sharon and Smokey’s store. Can you believe Christmas is right around the corner? I hope this project will inspire you to roll up your sleeves and get those holiday cards completed! Go on over to the store and check out her awesome files!
Expect the best today and I hope you all enjoy the project! Krafthead~


Materials:
Gazelle
MTC
Cricut Imagine (brick pattern-chimney/house front, wood patter-mailbox post)
Martha Stewart Seasonal Cricut Cartridge (icicles)
Stickles (baby blue, icicle)
Distress Ink (walnut stain)
Crackle paint (picket fence)
Twine
BB pellets
Ribbon
DCWV -Christmas Combo (stickers), Street Lace (curtains)
Recollections Paper (card base, windows, door, chimney top, snow and mailbox)
Glitter paper (roof)
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder (roof)
Brad (door knob)
White Gel Pen (mailbox

Friday, October 21, 2011

ATC Swap

Hello Krafters!
I’m here to share with you some ATCs I made for a swap over on YouTube. This is my first time doing ATCs as well as a swap-with the exception of swapping goodies! I really hope the recipients like them.
I used my Cricut and Gypsy to design these. The cuts are from Christmas Noel (wreath), Joys of the Season (stockings) and Christmas Cheer (fireplace and candles). For the wreath, I also used the Martha Stewart pine tree branch punch (discontinued).
For the fireplace: Since I don’t have the Sizzix brick embossing folder (I so want it badly), I used one of my Cuttlebug folders that was as close to a brick pattern as possible. I used fire brick distress ink and black soot to make it look as if the fireplace is used.
As always, I appreciate every comment, and visit to my krafting place! You all have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by! Krafthead~



Materials
Cricut Expression II
Gypsy
Cartridges- Joys of the Season (stockings), Christmas Noel (wreath), Christmas Cheer (fireplace, candles)
Distress Ink- black soot (fireplace), walnut stain (edges), faded jeans(edges, stamp) , fire brick (fireplace)
Cuttlebug
Stickles- diamond
Copic markers-don’t remember which ones I used-sorry L
Martha Stewart- branch punch-discontinued version (wreath)
Twine (stockings)
Smooch- gold, orange and silver (candles/holders)
DCWV- Winter Combo and Christmas Combo 2010 releases
Kraft Cardstock-paper trey ink
Xyron design runner- contact information on the back
Various stamps for sentiments
Bling
Studio G ink-gold, red (sentiments)