Thursday, November 25, 2010

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Let's Get Crafty Holiday Card Series # 3

Well, some how I didn't take a picture of this card to post today. But, this is a card that uses some older cartridges including Opposites Attract and Mini Monograms. A little fun in Design Studio and I came up with this card. I am willing to share this cut file with you. However, you need to leave me a post here with your email address. Thanks so much!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Let's Get Crafty Holiday Card Series # 2

There is something that I just love about this darling little bird from Create A Critter. Isn't she just darling, and who can resist the cute birds. Using Red and White Polka dot Paper, and some patterned paper, I was able to turn her into a darling little Christmas card. Please check out the video for all the instructions and details about this simple but cute card.

Let's Get Crafty Holiday Card Series # 1

I have been busy preparing cards for the craft fair. I have taken lots of pictures of them, and as well done a few videos of my favourite cards. This card was a big hit! And ironically, it isn't a traditional Christmas colour card. This little reindeer is from the Create a Critter Cartridge. However, it isn't the Reindeer, it is the deer cut outout on shadow. I combined the cut red nose and googly eyes for more personality!

Let's Get Crafty: Holiday Card Series

So, I am very excited to announce my new Holiday Card series. It is something I have always wanted to do. But, didn't have the time to do this with course work. But, this year I have managed to begin a holiday card series. I am hoping to post one a day for 12 days. The first video is going to be launched tomorrow!

Thanks for stopping by!

A Very Successful Craft Fair

Well, I fianlly took the plunge this weekend and attempted to sell my craft fair goodies! I can't believe that I actually sold as much as I did and how much fun it was in the end. Thank-you to all of you who came out to see my creations. I really enjoyed seeing you all and catching up with you! Here is a look at my preparation and the craft fair table.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Scrappin and Happy Sweat Shop

Hello to all my Blog Readers and Followers!

I know that it appears that I have been missing in action, but honestly I have been busy working on a whole bunch of different projects for the upcoming craft fair this coming weekend. I wanted to make sure that I had enough product to sell at the craft fair. I have a few final projects that I am working on and then I think I am ready to go! My sister will be helping me prepare and price everything on Friday night. I will take pictures of the table, and make sure to report in how I do with this little adventure of mine! It is a risk, but one that I am prepared to do. If it doesn't work out then I have lots of gifts for many years to come for co-workers and friends because I know they all appreaciate these things when they are given as a gift!

I also have some very exciting news that is in the works. I am currently in the process of preparing a Cricut Christmas Card Series. I currently have five videos shot, and I am in the process of editing them and getting them prepared to upload. So, please Stay tuned for these upcomng shows. I am thinking I will start on Sunday afer the craft show, and a weekly showing of videos! We will see how many I get prepared.

Thanks for your patience! I look forward to sharing my creation swith you very soon!

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Winter Craft Fair

I have finally decided to sell my crafts at a craft fair. I can't believe that I am going to do this! But, I am taking the chance. It is a great fundraiser for the school, and as well I have a chance to get some money back from my investment of supplies. It will be a way to support the habit! LOL! So, if you are interested in checking this out. Please join me on Saturday!

Halloween Fun

My Aunt and Uncle always host a fun Halloween party on the 31st of October. It is really low key, as you can chose to dress up or not! This year I decided to be a vampire! It was a lot of fun. My husband was George W. Bush. He had rehearsed a whole bunch of Georgism, but was too shy to use them!
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