This is supper easy to recreate. I used a Stampin Up heart punch and Sweet Treats cups for the candy. I made a sliding door pull tab to get the candy out, without destroying the card. The design was made with a heart stamp and sentiment stamped with Versa Mark and embossed with clear and red embossing powder.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
I made this using Love Struck and Accent Essentials. It was fairly simple. I chose the cut and then welded two tabs on each side of the heart, again adjusting to my dimensions. I made a mirror image and pressed cut. The paper was just plain red card stock, so I use a simple stamp with Versa Mark to give it a watermark. Before it completely dried I dusted it with glitter.
This is a very simple card. I used my gypsy to get the dimensions I wanted and pressed cut. I believe I used Storybook for the frame. I then used a sentiment stamp, cut it out and used pop dots for dimension. The sentiment can always be changed to anything you desire.
These were cut with my Gypsy, and I say cut not created because I did not create these cuts. I got the Gypsy file from www.cricutinspiration.blogspot.com/ . She is a fellow message boarder, and I just love her creations! If you interested in knowing more about these boxes please visit her bolg, it's a great one.
I got this idea from Custom Crops. They used thin metal sheets inside their Cuttlebug, so I had to try it. Instead of using a Cuttlebug folder I tried it with a Spellbinders Embossibility. I had to use a couple of extra pieces of card stock in order for it to work, but it did! I then sanded down the raised embossed areas and this is what I got. I put it in a photo frame so that I can add some contrast in picture gallery that I'm working on. I ordered both the metal sheets and Spellbinder from Custom Crops.
I had to have a crafting apron, right? So I made altered one! The apron I bought at the LSS and it came with the band of white ribbon with black dots, and bow already on it. I cut the cupcake, cherry and my nickname (Mrs. Lisa) with my Cricut. I just used heat and bond and pressed cut. I love when everything sparkles or has some kind of bling on it! So I use heat set rhinestones. For the cupcake I used black, and clear rhinestones for sprinkles, and then I embellished the pock a dot band with clear rhinestones.
This is a bag I made for my baby girl. She is into all kinds of bags and purses so I made her one, well kinda. The bag I bought at my LSS, along with the Dora iron on. The letters are made with my Cricut and I added the clear rhinstones for a little bit of sparkle.