Thursday, March 29, 2012

Cricut shoes, animals and a scrappy card

These are cute little animal cuts done on the Cricut by Madge last week. She is loving playing with her new Cricut and Create a Critter cartridge

The shoe from the Cricut Princess Party Cartridge. This is an awesome little show which hold a mini chocy bar or a small body wash. A lovely way to give a small gift.

Back to playing with punches and scraps -An Easter card made from scraps and stamped with a little SU bee stamp. soo cute.
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Cover page

this is a cover page done with paper from the Mariposa stack from DCWV ans the words are cut with the Cricut out of chipboard. The chipboard was shiny white which was not the look I had wanted so I inked the chipboard and it was taking days to dry so I got the SU crystal effects and painted over them and that did the trick. They dried and had the colour.
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Vinyl cuts

I did this vinyl cut for my brother who is Bridge NZ I love the way it turned out and love the swirls in the suit of cards. 
This one is on my sisters cupboard door and the lettering is 6 inches high.

these are some vinyl cuts I worked on last week
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Handbag with butterflys

My black handbag is lovely soft leather. I was cutting out vinyl butterflys and decided to decorate my bag with them and this is what it looks like.

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 These are some of the lanterns we made last week at the craft workshops I held in Palmerston North.

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Tea cup from CA

On Monday nights I do an online class at Crafters Anonymous   This week we did a cup and I have decorated it with vinyl butterfly's cut from the cricut cartridge "Everyday Pop Up Cards"

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Friday, March 2, 2012

Vinyl Sign

Our local Playcentre needed a sign for one of their sponsors. Te Puna Motors donates money to the Playcentre for their fundraising. They asked if the Playcentre would errect a sign for them on their fence and the Playcentre agreed. Problem came when there was not enough money left to do a sign and no one to do it. My darling granddaughter now goes to Playcentre so my dubious talents were volunteered by my daughter.We had an old board outside and I checked if it was ok to use. Scrubbing it down (no it is still not really that clean) but I set about thinking how to kiss cut vinyl on my cricut to do a sign. I have done this only once before and although it worked well haven't done this big a project before. Te Puna Motors new business card reads Te Puna Motors in blue and under it in grey is guaranteed workmanship, on the left is a car. I have tried to replicate their business card but with a slight twist as the car comes from the cricut cart Cars and the font is from Nates ABC's. I am sure some of the kids will recognise the car. At the very bottom I have put my little bit on it as well. In the pic it looks a bit wonky but it looks really good IRL. I love the little butterflys and although it took a long time to take all the bits out they are so pretty.
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