Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Graduation Card

I just love the Superhero paperpack it is so cute for making layouts for little boys or for making graduation cards like this one.

Here are the directions:
1) Cut blue cardstock at 2 1/2 inches and adhere to bottom of card.
2) Cut the stripe B&T paper at 2 1/2 inches and adhere to top of card.
3) Cut red cardstock strip at 1/2 inch and adhere to middle of card.
4) Weld the letters "grad" in cricut craftroom or gypsy. 
5) Cut the star out of the Art Philosophy cartridge in cricut craftroom at
3 (width) by 2.7 (height), large enough to fit the "Congratulations" stamp.  Stamp with black ink, and ink the edges of the star.
6) Using foam tape or pop dots adhere, the the star cut out, and the word "grad".
7) Push the pin into the foam under the word "grad".

Easter Egg Card

Here is an Easter Egg card I made using CTMH's Art Philosophy cartridge. The egg and decorative layer were cut out at 5 inches, the stamp set used was "My Peeps". The peeps were stamped in chocolate ink, and than I went around the edges with stardust glitter gel, the outside peeps are popped up with foam tape, and I used a spring for the middle one. I stamped "Happy Easter to my peeps on the egg after putting the decorative layer on.

Create A Critter Banner

I fell in love with the animal cookies paper from CTMH, and thought it went perfectly with the Create A Critter Cricut cartridge. The banner is made out of chipboard and sold by CTMH.