*If anyone is interested in the gypsy cut file, please leave a message on this blog w/ your email address and I'll be happy to send it out. Follower's welcome as well. :)
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Hello everyone! I was blog surfing last night and came across a post on My Creative Time . Emma made some rosette toppers for her pencils from the Art Philosphy cartridge. I, however, do not own that cart, but I did design the same cut on my Gypsy using George & Basic Shapes. I cut the scallop from Cindy Loo. I then applied a button on the top scallop and used Honeydew baker's twine from The Twinery for the bow.
Sunday, October 2, 2011
This is the first challenge I have entered. I made this card about a month ago for a co-worker that is having a baby boy. I used the Create a Critter and Sugar & Spice Lite cartridges and the Safari stack from DCWV. Enjoy.
Posted by Laura Barnes at 10:04 PM
While going through a comment on a previous post, I came across a message stating that I recieved a Blog Award. I received this award from Linda @ LadyBug Lair in JULY! Yes, I'm 3 months late. But I'm so very grateful. Thank you soooo much Linda.
Posted by Laura Barnes at 9:27 PM
Wow, it's been a while since my last post. I've not really crafted that much lately and tonight for some reason, I had a big urge to make a card. I got out my Gypsy (love her) and went to work. I love the color pink, so I made that a theme for this card. Hope you enjoy and I hope to keep this craft bug I've just caught. :)
Recipe : Pink Cardstock from Recollections
Paper Studio Paper Pack (can't remember name..sorry)
Cricut Carts : Elegant Edges and George & Basic Shapes
Sentiment from Studio G Stamps
Posted by Laura Barnes at 9:14 PM