A space to display my handmade cards and crafts!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Trying the craft fair again

Well, for those who followed my blog last year, you may or may not remember that I did a craft fair at my work, and it was a total bust.  Despite that, I am being a good solider and trying it again!  This time, I have my Imagine on hand and plan on using it to the fullest.  So here are a few onesies I did with Nursery Tails and some printable heat transfer material from Wal-Mart.  I got a pack for light fabrics, and one for dark fabrics, and I am glad I did.  The one for dark fabrics has a white background, whereas the light fabric material is a transparent background.  So when I first did the green and dark pink ones, the lamb was pink (not cute), and the turtle completely blended in with the fabric.  You can see how much better they are now, after using the material for dark fabrics!  All images were cut at "2.7 relative".  I think these turned out pretty cute.  What do you think??  Thanks for visiting today!

Friday, September 23, 2011

Happy Bird-day - Imagine card

TGIF!!!!  Ugh, what a nasty rainy day here.  This fall has been awful with all of the rain - we would GLADLY share with our friends in Texas, who actually need the rain.  Anyway, at least the weekend is here!

This is another birthday card for my sister-in-law, but this one was from me.  I used Imagine More Cards and Yummy (inside sentiment tags), SU! Big Top Birthday patterned paper, and Tempting Turquoise cardstock for the base.  The Imagine makes cards so quickly and easily, it feels like cheating!!  Lol.  Anyway, not much else to say, it was so easy!  Have a wonderful day and/or weekend everyone, and thanks for visiting!

Thursday, September 22, 2011

It feels good to be back!

Well, it has been a stressful and trying couple of months, but I am finally getting back in the groove!  Now that fall is here, hopefully all of us that took some time from crafting are refreshed and ready to go again!  I know I am ready.

So, here is a waterfall card that is for my sister-in-law, from my Mom.  I used SVG cuts waterfall card set, SU! patterned paper and cardstock, some Recollections gems from Michaels, and some stamps from the Fiskars birthday set at Michaels.  The Daughter-in-Law stamp is from Scrapmaster's Paradise stamps, the mix and match family set.  Hopefully this is the start of my rejuvenation, so welcome back everyone!!!

Thakns for visiting today!