Friday, July 31, 2009

Bratz Birthday Card

I made this for DD's friend at school... she's turning 5 and DD picked out her present... Bratz dolls and a Bratz convertible car...
I used Inkscape to convert a Bratz colouring book image and then cut the image in SCAL on my Cricut.
Used SCAL to cut the name in MS Script MT Bold font.
Background silver paper is embossed with Love Language Cuttlebug embossing folder.
Thanks for looking & happy crafting! Sharon

Monday, July 6, 2009

365 Cards Challenge - Day 124 - DIY: Computer Generated

Day 124 Challenge at 365 Cards was to use a computer generated image or sentiment on your card.
I have been needing to make some cards for boys birthdays, which are always my toughest challenge. Finding papers to suit boys cards is hard!
I liked this Cricut Cut of a 4 Wheeler Motorbike, and decided to make a background paper to suit. I've scraplifted this idea from a card in the Cricut Aussie Card Swap who used a stamped sentiment on the background paper.
Cardstock is DCWV from the Latte Stack. I wish I'd cut the Celebrate before I stuck the bike down... it all needs to move a little to the left!!

Thanks for looking! Happy Crafting. Sharon. xxx

365 Cards Challenge - Day 123 - White Space

Hello! I'm a week behind in challenges... school holidays and it has to rain!!!
Day 123 at 365 Cards challenge is to use the sketch and the white space must remain white.
Unfortunately my stamped image crept onto the white space... but I had fun anyway!
Stampabilities House Mouse Stamp "Mice-Tro" HMD1013
Cuttlebug Embossing folder "Allegro"
Unknown patterned paper and I hand wrote my sentiment.

Not quite how I wanted it to turn out... but the sentiment fits the paper and stamp, so that's a start! At least I finally made a card!!!

Happy Crafting! Sharon. xxx