This was for my husband’s birthday. I used painting effect on our dog’s picture in Photoshop, then cut it out with Cricut.
I wanted to add flowers, but didn’t want a tall 3D flower, so I settle on these. Easier than other flowers, but time consuming to glue each layers…
I like to use foam stickers(?) to add some dimensions.
My boss planned a surprise birthday party for her husband who loves golf, so I made a golf theme card for him. I was also a photographer at the party. Mostly white with different textures. I do with I didn’t use this embossing folder as a background, though. A bit too busy. Cricut and Cuttlebug.
I was going to my friend’s birthday party in the afternoon and had not made her a card yet. After looking around on Pinterest, I saw something like this with silk flowers and really liked it. Although I didn’t realize how many flowers I had to make…
With all the flowers, there was no way I could fit that into a regular envelop, so I quickly made a bag to hold the card. Everything was cut with Cricut. I have Design Space subscription, so I got the cupcake and flower templates from it. Then I had to customize purple pieces using rectangular.
I had this glass photo frame in our house for a long time and kept thinking I could do something with it. When I got my current job, I thought it would be great to hold my family’s photo (well, my husband and dog).
Then I made a stencil with Cricut
Covered with etching cream… I use Martha Stewart etching cream, but I think Armor etching cream is more popular among crafters. It works either way…
Here is the final product. Letters look like it has some double vision, but it is because it is a thick glass.
This was my husband’s idea. So I asked him to cut wood we had into smaller pieces. I sanded it down to smooth it out, painted with black chalk paint, sanded the corners a bit for a rustic look. Then I made a stencil with Cricut and painted with white chalk paint. I finished with matte finish spray.
These are chalk paints I used. Less than $6 at Walmart.
I wanted to make a kleenex holder with a mason jar for my desk at work. Since I made a sunflower with Cricut a while back, I decided to use it. I spray the jar with matte finish spray before painting, so the chalk paint sticks better. Then I finish with the same matte finish spray before decorating it.
If you by “Perfect Fit” Kleenex in a tube shape, that fits perfectly into a larger size mason jar.
This is the paint I used. Less than $6 at Walmart.
When I was leaving previous company, my supervisor was leaving for another position(promotion), so I made a card to thank and congratulate her.
It is harder for me to make birthday cards for male friends/family members…
During the summer, I made a few mini cards using smaller cardstock leftovers. So these are about business card size. Mostly left blank, so they can be used for whatever.