and this time I'm not talking about my dog! A friend recently had a birthday, and his nickname is Big Dog...so I made this double-walled acrylic tumbler for him. I got the tumbler through one of the shares we have done on Smart Buy Gal's message board, which was purchased at www.silkletter.com. The design was a coloring book image cut using SCAL2.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
I have discovered one of THE most wonderful crafting blogs. It is everything crafty, not just paper crafts or vinyl.....and such awesome projects and ideas!
This gorgeous rose was created from plastic spoons....yes, plastic spoons! You can find complete directions at CAN'T STOP MAKING THINGS . Be sure to browse around while you are there....tons and tons of creativity!
Posted by Kathy at 1:38 AM
Monday, February 14, 2011
Isn't this a very clever and creative project? I know it's last minute for Valentine's, but if you are still looking for something to give hubby, this would be perfect! Complete directions can be found at I'm a Mom not a Professional.
While you are there, be sure to check out the post on Valentine Sun Catchers also. Adding that to my list for next year! TONS of great stuff on this blog, along with some yummy sounding recipes.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011
I was blog hopping a bit today and boy am I finding all kinds of new and terrific blogs! Came across this scrumptious looking treat and I thought I would share it so you all can check it out. You'll find the post here: Your Home Based Mom.com. Lots of great stuff there.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Herbie and Henry are just a small part of the "Heart Faces" svg file set that I recently created. There are 12 images total and you could do so many cute things with these fellas.
Henry was created using the cut and print technique in SCAL2. I printed his facial features onto red card stock, then used my Cricut to cut the heart shape around his face. I cut the whites of his eyes, his nose, and his teeth from white card stock and layered him all together. I also used the cut and print method for his cute little baseball cap which was just a clip art image I found. If you are not familiar with the cut and print technique, this section of our forum has a great written and video tutorial to help you learn: http://www.smartbuygal.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=105.
Herbie was created by breaking apart the file and cutting the various colors out of glossy vinyl purchased from Nick at www.craftvinyl.com. Then I just layered up my design, and applied it to this awesome coffee sleeve!
If you are interested in the files for Herbie and Henry and the rest of the gang, please check out the "files" tab at the top of the page.....many thanks!