Saturday, November 27, 2010

Etsy Coupon for you!

I know most of my followers are crafters, and make their own cards, gift tags and more.   However, for those who are interested, I am offering a special coupon code for my blog followers!  When you order from my Etsy shop, just enter the coupon code blogger10 and you will get a 10 percent discount on your order.  Right now I am offering free shipping on Christmas cards, Free Shipping will be offered through Tuesday November 30.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Stampin' Up Online Spectacular

Do you love Stampin' Up Products?  If you do, now is a great time to order some great products with Stampin' Up Online Spectacular!  You can get dicounts up to 50% off!  One of the items that is on sale in My Digital Studio, you can purchase this half off right now!  You will only pay $39.99, plus tax and shipping.  And did I mention if you spend over $150 you can get free shipping?  Well you can!  But don't wait to order, this online sale is for a limited time only and ends November 30.  Visit my Stampin' Up page through the link below to find out more.   The link wil bring you to the Online Spectacular section of my page.  If you wish to do other shopping, just use the links on the left!  Happy Shopping!

My Stampin' Up Page

Saturday, November 20, 2010

A Penguin Christmas Card

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I love the way this card turned out.  I used Night Of Navy cardstock, white craft ink, basic black and pumkin pie Stampin Writes.  The penguin is from the Jolly Bingo Bits stamp set, the snowflakes are from Jolly Old St. Nick Stamp Set, and Winter Wonderland in from Bright Christmas Stamp set.  I also used a dauber to make the snow.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Happy Friday!

Friday is here already!  The week sure did fly  by!  I am working on some Christmas Cards today!  I will hopefully have some done and posted this weekend!  There's only one week till Black Friday!  What is everyone shopping for this year?  I'm just going to Walmart is get some Cricut Lite Cartridges!  I went Black Friday Shopping last year and stayed up all night in Walmart with my sister so she could get a computer, lets just say I will never be doing that again!  I told myself I wasn't going this year at all, but I can't pass up $20 Cricut Cartridges!

Watch for some Stampin' Up cards this weekend!  Then next week I am going to make some Cricut Christmas Cards and Crafts!  Hope everyone has a great weekend!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Guess Hoo Loves You card

I made this card using the Hoot N Holler Lite Cartridge.  The inside says ME!  I made this card for my husband after he bought me several of the Lite Cartridges when they were released Walmart.   

Swinging by.....

I love this card!  I made this card using the cricut Imagine and love how it turned out!  I used the Create a Critter Cartridge and Nursery Tales Imagine Cartridge.  or the font, I believe I used Alphalicious cartridge.

The card measure 6X6.  I used white cardstock for the card base.  The background, I used the Nursery Tails cartridge for and printed out the background 6X6.   The one tree pops out which I used glue dots to do that, the tree came from the nursery tails cartridge.  And the monkey came from the Create a Critter Cartridge.

This is the first card I made using the Cricut Imagine!

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Cute Turkey Card for Thanksgiving

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Gobble, Gobble, Gobble!  Here is a cute turkey card for Thanksgiving.  I used all Stampin' Up materials for this card.

Materials Used:

Whisper White Cardstock
Pumpkin Pie Cardstock
Real Red Cardstock
Daffodil Delight Cardstock
Early Espresso Cardstock
Chocolate Chip CardStock
Snail adhesive
1" circle punch
1 3/4" Circle Punch
Two Step Bird Punch
1 3/4 X 7/8 oval punch
Grateful Grateful Greetings Stamp Set
Early Espresso Ink

I used Early Expresso Card stock for my card base.  I take a sheet of 8 1/2" X 11" paper and cut in in half.  I fold one of the halves to use as my card.  I then layered real red, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, and Whisper white card stock on the base of the card.   Heres how I made the turkey.  Punch one 1 3/4" circle and 1 1" circle using Chocolate Chip Cardstock.   Cut as many feather as you want using the oval punch.  I did 4 early espresso, and 3 Daffodil Delight, Real Red, and Pumpkin Pie.  Using the bird punch, punch the turkeys gobblet in real red cardstock.  I cut the feet and nose out with scissors and for the eyes, I used a large hole punch.  Using your snail adhesive, put your turkey together.    The put the turkey on the whisper white cardstock using your snail adhesive.  Then stamp Grateful Greetings in Early Espresso ink.  Then put the layers of your card together!   You are done!

If you would like to buy this card instead of making it, I have this card for sale, along with other cards at my store on  You can get their using the link at the bottom left or go to and look up the seller manditascreations.