Sunday, May 13, 2012

Petite Purse

This cute petite purse diecut is from Stampin UP! It was SO much fun to play with and I look forward to playing with it again! I used it at one of our All Day Saturday Crops that our NABS group hosts. Thank you Ruby for letting me borrow it! I think you should bring it again to our next crop!!!!

Welcome to the Neighborhood

We have new neighbors and I wanted to welcome them into the neighborhood right.. So I came up with this idea. The pot was purchased from Wal-Mart for under $1.00 I had the wide width pink ribbon and just simply tied a bow around the top of the pot. I had the flower already cut out for another project and didn't use it, so I thought it would be perfect! I stamped "Hello" and "Welcome"  from different  CTMH stamp sets.The leaves are punched ovals folded in half then cut at an angle and inked. The Welcome was glued onto a tongue depresser stick. Hope they feel welcomed!

Friday, May 11, 2012

High School Graduation Card
I took the same concept from  the College Card I made and made a High School Grad card with a music twist to it. Enjoy! And Happy Graduation to all!!

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Graduation Card take 2

Here is the same card, I just had to add some BLING to it!

Graduation Card

This is a simple card I made for my niece who graduates this weekend. I used the Cricut classic font, Art Phil cart and some Sandylion Essential graduation stickers

Happy Birthday

My husband just had a birthday and this was the card I made for him.. It was inspired by a card  made by Britten over at 
We decided to get him a fish tank and all the bells and whistles that go with it, so this design was perfect!

Just Married Card

Sneek Peek at the May Kit paper and accessories available thru

Anniversary Frame

Hello there.. Happy Tuesday... Don't forget to go to and check out the new classes added to the site. This months feature projects are done with a Black and White theme. My project is one of the first featured! It is an Anniversary Frame. Check it out and tell me what you think!