Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Love this time of year!

I had to share this with all of you. My very favorite artist in the world, who is also a graphic designer, out did herself yet again! Please hop on over and check out her new Christmas Card sketch, and while there, browse around... I'm sure you'll LOVE what you see!! Oh and did I mention she's my mom! Very talented woman! Love you mom!

Monday, November 29, 2010

Day 1 of 12 days with Emma and Nikki!

Just a reminder friends about My Creative Time with Emma http://www.creativetimeforme.com and Scrappin Navy Wife, Nikki's http://scrappinnavywife.blogspot.com 12 days of Christmas extravaganza!! Today was day 1 and the creativity is beautiful! Can't wait to see what's in store for the next 11 days! Let the creative juices start flowing... There's lots of giveaways, inspiration and plain ole' FUN FUN FUN!! hope to see you there!
Happy Holidays!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Happy Turkey Day eve!!

Hello everyone!! My son asked me to make something for his teacher who just had a baby girl. We made 3 little onesies with the cutest sayings and embellishments (cut with my cricut from fabric and ironed on). I forgot to take pics of them! I covered the stars on the outside of this little box with little baby girl things. All cut at 3" from various carts. I thought it came out really cute.
Looking forward to black friday shopping! I'll be headed out bright and early myself. Even if it's just to get some Cricut lites at walmart for $20! so cool! I would LOVE one of the colored expressions but now is the time to shop for others I keep telling myself. I have to send my big E back anyway for a replacement. Its freezing and all sorts of technical issues. Hope I get it back before all the holiday crafts needing to get done!! well, Happy Thanksgiving all!! Be safe out there if you go shopping and treasure all the moments spent with family and friends!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Thanks a bunch!

I dont get many comments on my blog, so when I received one from Miss Dina from Crazy for Cricut, http://mycricutrocks.blogspot.com, that I'd received a Stylish blog award I was thrilled!! I want to thank Dina for this award and for welcoming me into this crafting cricut community! Thank you Thank you Thank you!
ok, 8 things: I am a wife of 10 yrs to my husband, a very busy mom of 4 boys, I work full-time as a nurse. I love taking pictures, being crafty and spending as much time as I can with my family. I LOVE to laugh and my kids crack me up all the time. I am addicted to my Cricut which I've had almost a year. I'd like to share this award with 8 of the women I am inspired by and look forward to seeing their creativity each day!


To accept this award you must:
1- Thank and link back to the person that awarded it
2- share 8 things about yourself
3- pay it forward to 8 bloggers you have discovered
4- contact those bloggers and tell them about your award

Happy Crafting!

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Turkey Turkey and more Turkeys!

My son and I made these little treat bags for his Sunday school class he teaches. He baked the brownies, I played with my gypsy! They came out sooo adorable I must say! Tomorrow I think we'll start on some Christmas decorations. Have a great rest of the weekend!


12 days of Christmas!

Important info!! Emma from My Creative Time and Nikki from Scrappin Navy wife are hosting a 12 days of Christmas extravaganza beginning 11/29 - 12/10! there will be projects and inspiration, fun and creativity!! Please join them! Check out their blinkie on the right for more info. I'll be there !

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Almost Turkey Day!!

I LOVE LOVE Thanksgiving!! My favorite holiday. I look forward mostly to my mother's stuffing...YUMMY!! I have to work this year so I'll make it myself. Not the same as mom's though. I made a few decorations with my cricut and Gypsy. They came out so cute. My hubby who NEVER comments on my crafty things even said they were cute. Enjoy!!

Happy Turkey days ahead and happy holiday season!!


This turkey was cut from Designers Calendar. I cut the shadow with vinyl using the flip feature. I then cut the turkey using the flip feature with Martha Stewart paper and placed it on the vinyl. The shadow was just enough to stick to the window! so Cute!! I cut the Give Thanks from the same cartridge.

This turkey was cut at about 10 1/2" from create a critter. I used patterned paper and stuck it to my wall with glue dots. So cute!

This was cut at about 10 1/2" as well using everyday paper dolls. I used stampin up paper and hung them with glue dots. Peachy Keen stamps for the face of course!

Indian boy is from Everyday paper dolls. cut at 10 1/2" as well. DCWV paper, Peach Keen stamps for the face, hung with glue dots.