Saturday, December 31, 2011

Happy Birthday

This card was created for my cousin. Her birthday is this Wednesday. We got her a gift card to Target, so she can get what she wants. Have fun shopping!
This card was created with:
Forever Young cartridge
Pink cardstock and zebra print paper
Pink gingham ribbon
One pink pearl
Stamp: born to shop!
heat embossing tool
Clear embossing powder for stamped sentiment

Challenge entered:

Please scroll down and see the other cards I made today.

My New Cards

Hi everyone,
I know I have not been on in a really long time, but I have made some projects. Today, I would like to share the newest one that I made over Winter break. I created these two new cards.
This card was created with the Kate's ABC cartridge and I used my mom's heat embossing tool with silver powder for the words Happy Birthday.
This card was created with the Live Simply cartridge and some more glitter embossing powder for the sentiment many thanks.  

Some of the other projects I have worked on include...
Brownie Pops
Christmas Tree, ornaments, and gift boxes
Glitter Ornaments

I plan on creating more, so I hope you will stop by again.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Happy 4th of July

This is the very first easel card that I made and I was inspired by Pat at Pat's Scraps.  There are quite a few challenges that I am going to enter this card in.

Happy Birthday Grandpa

How is everyone doing on this beautiful Saturday?!?!
I made this card for my Grandpa's birthday and the paper I used has stars, stripes, and polka dots. I used the new Toy Story cartridge and Sweet Treats for the cake. 
 The pad of paper I used was called Birthday Wishes by Momenta.
I also used a Happy Birthday stamp and a white stamp pad.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Cheer Up!

Rain, rain, go away! I made this card for the Christmas Cut challenge on Die Cuttin' Divas.  I used the Jolly Holiday cartridge to cut the penguin.  I used my Xyron Machine to apply red glitter to the umbrella. The cloud was cut from sparkley paper.

Thanks for visiting my blog!


Hi Everyone,
I just made this card for the MAG Challenge #32 ~ Paisley ~ page 39. 
Materials used:
  • DCWV cardstock
  • sheer ribbon (blue)
  • 7 blue gems
  • Paisley cartridge

Friday, June 10, 2011

Thank You

Hello everyone,
I haven't posted in a while but now that school is out I should have more time.  I made these cards for my teachers and my BFF's.

 This was the first card I created.
 These are all the cards I made.
 This is a close-up on the card for my teachers.
This is a close-up on the card for my friends.

Materials used~
  • Cardstock~hot pink, bright blue, neon green, purple, orange, light blue, and baby pink
  • 3 gems on each card
  • Cuttlebug
  • Stamps~"I appreciate all that you have done..." and "BFF"
  • Multiple stamp pads

Sunday, May 8, 2011


This is my layout for the My Pink Stamper challenge #7.

I used:
  • BoBunny Scrapbook paper
  • pink craft thread
  • heart sticker
  • a heart pin
  • red and green cardstock

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Happy Mother's Day

This is my next project for the My Pink Stamper challenge #4.

I got this idea for an explosion box from the video that the designers posted.

Kraft Paper

This is the next card for the My Pink Stamper challenge #2.

I used:
  • Kraft paper
  • teal, maroon, and pink cardstock
  • Popsicle sticker
  • 4 white brads
  • "eat, drink and be merry" stamp


This is the card I made for the My Pink Stamper Challenge #1.

I used:
  • Sweet Treats Cricut cartridge
  • tan, pink, and red cardstock
  • red glitter
  • Xyron machine

Monday, April 11, 2011

Hi everyone,
Sorry I haven't posted in a while, but I have made cards and here is one I would like to share with you.  Also I would like to enter this into a challenge.

Things Needed:
  • Patterned paper
  • Solid glossy paper
  • Create a Criter cartridge
  • Paper flowers
  • Flower brads

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Happy Birthday Madison

Hey everyone,
Next weeek is my good friend's birthday and I wanted to make her a card. Since she loves to shop I decided to go with pink and a model on the front. I used the cartridge Forever Young to cut out the model and the words ooh la la.

I used:
  • black cardstock
  • pink and white zebra striped paper
  • black brads
  • hot pink ribbon
  • Forever Young Cricut cartridge


Hello Everyone,
This project that I constructed has taken me about a month to do.  I've created my name in chip board letters and covered them in scrapbook paper and gems. I also used buttons, glitter glue, and cloth flowers.  To attach the paper and flowers I used a glue stick and for the ribbon on the side I used Modge Podge. 

This is the final product!

Hope you like it,

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Spring is Here.....

Hello Everyone,

This weekend I created a topiary for my room.  I used flowers that I cut out from my Cricut machine.  To cut these flowers out I used the Forever Young cartridge.  The paper I used came from the Martha Stewart Playful Blue Paper Pad.  I also used the Cuttlebug for the solid colored paper (light blue, bright blue, neon green, and yellow).

 This is a photo of the styrofoam ball when I was just starting to put the flowers in.
 This is when I was close to being done, but not quite yet.
 Yahoo, All done!
 This is a close up of one of the flowers.
Final product!

The materials I used:
  • Martha Stewart Playful Blue Paper Pad
  • solid card stock (light blue, bright blue, neon green, and yellow)
  • green and blue buttons
  • pins with pearl beads
  • a decorative tin can
  • dowel rod
  • shredded paper
Hope you like it,

Sunday, February 27, 2011

The Winner for the Kid's Craft Blog Hop is......

The winner is Amber from Staying Crafty and she said... 
These are wonderful! I wish I had started sewing at your age :) I am still a very amateur sewer in my mid 20's, so you will be far ahead of me soon! Keep up the good work, and never stop learning new creative things!

Please send my mom an e-mail with your address, so she can send you your goodies!!! Here is her e-mail:
coachfans at cox dot net

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Kid's Craft Blog Hop

 Hello Everyone!
Welcome to the Kid's Craft Blog Hop hosted by Jen at Purple Scrapbooker. We are glad you could join us today. You should have found your way from Star at Star's Paper Passion.

This is Georgiana from Carson's Cricut Creations and I would like to introduce someone very special. My daughter, Kelsey from One Creative Teen, is participating in the Kid's Craft Blog Hop. She has made a special project for today.

 Hi. This is Kelsey and I am going to tell you about these pillows I made for my bed.

I found this silky material at Joanns on sale (or my mom would not have bought it!) and I just had to have it. It is blue like two of my walls.
 I sewed the fabric together with my sewing machine that I got for Christmas about two years ago.

Then I stuffed them with Polyester Fiberfill (fluffy filling) that my Dad bought me.  
I tried to make a round one, but I need to practice a little more. :)
Lastly, I tied blue tulle around each pillow.
I sure do like how they look on my bed. I think they match my comforter perfectly!

I even have a small prize if you leave a comment. I know it is not much, but I don't have a good paying job since I am a kid. I will even make a card for you! : ) Take a look at my other  projects if you have a chance. I sure do like to make Disney cards.
I hope you enjoyed my project. Please head over to Celeste at C.C.'s Cards and Crafts to see what her children made. 

Thank you for visiting,

Here is the line-up if you need it.

Monday, January 31, 2011

Happy Birthday

Hello Everyone,
As you can see I have quite alot of friends that have birthdays in February.

 I am going to enter this card that I made into a few challenges:
  • patterned paper (girl hopscotch pad, K&Company)
  • 4 buttons
  • Xyron machine
  • pink glitter
  • Hello Kitty Cartridge
I hope you like my card.