Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Everything ABC Blog Hop- Letter G

Welcome to the Everything ABC's Blog Hop!

For this hop we will be featuring the letter G.  This may be the name of a paper, a stamp set or an embellishment.  Whatever  the crafter has chosen as their G element will be featured in their post.

If you have just hopped onto my blog, you are at the beginning!

Guess what!?  We are on letter G and gee I almost forgot!  Fortunately, last night was my daughters' birthday and I had made these Gifts or Goddies for their Guests!  They are having a movie themed birthday so we have movie themed snacks for their Gifts!
 I just wrapped a 1.25 by 12 inch band around the Milk Duds and the popcorn package and adhered it.  Then I had cut the layered stars from the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge and the names from the Artbooking Alphabet. 

The names I welded in the Cricut Design Space but you could also do the same thing in Cricut Craft Room.  It made it much easier to attach them!  Just run them through the Xyron and stick them on the stars!
Please consider leaving a comment because we all enjoy encouragement!  Enjoy the remainder of the hop!

Your next stop on our Everything ABC'S blog Hop is  Catherine Nowak ~ Catscrapbooking 

Here is the complete lineup in case you get lost along the way :)
1. Linda Norman -ScrappyTherapy 
2. Catherine Nowak ~ Catscrapbooking 
3. Wendy Kessler - MyScrapbooking Blog 
4.  Marie Goetz - Marie'sPaper Crafting and Such
5. Darlys Recker - CraftyHappy 
6.  Lisa Plummer - FlauntYour Creativity 
7.  Pam Trostle ~ Pam'sCrafty Creations 
8. Lauren Moore -  CTMHCraftings 
9. Diana Saunders ~ Farmer Di Stamps  

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge #100

Can you believe it; we have reached Sketch 100! 

Everyone at Atlantic Hearts Sketch challenge is so excited to celebrate this milestone with all of our followers and participants.

To celebrate Sketch 100 we will be giving our some blog candy and all you have to do is visit our fabulous design team members blogs and leave a comment on their design for Sketch 100 and you are entered. 

We will be drawing several names at random from the comments. To increase your chances of winning, leave comments for all of the design team members! And to be fair, you can only win 1 time! Please invite your friends and family to join the fun!

Thanks again for being part of our challenge community and we are all looking forward to the next 100 fabulous sketches and your awesome creations!

Happy Crafting!

I love changing the card sketches into page challenges!  I have a hard time when I can only see one photo on it though because I rarely have a page with just one photo!

This one though worked out just perfect!  Only one photo of my son at the chiropractor and it is adorable!   

I found the shape to mat it on in Art Philosophy and then changed it to fit me photo in Cricut Design Space! The santa hats were some random cartridge on Design Space that I had free access to because I just bought my Cricut Explore.

The rest is all just a background and texture paper from Yuletide Carol paper pack!  Because it was so beautiful without anything on it, I had a hard time figuring out how to use it and still have the stockings and the cardinal showing!  This sketch was perfect for the paper and picture!!

Be sure and leave a comment to be able to be in the drawing for blog candy!

The Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge Design Team
Linda Norman- You are Here!

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Movie Night Party Invitation

My girls are having a movie night birthday party and I searched Pinterest and some ideas for invites and compiled the ideas into one card.  It was fun to create!  

I started with a treat box from Party City and cut a film strip, star out of the Brown and Tan Glitter Paper, ticket and Movie Night with the Artiste and Art Philosophy Cartridges.

I didn't have an image for popcorn so I just welded a bunch of circles and ovals together in Cricut Craft Room to look like popcorn kernels.  I cut them out of Vanilla Creme paper and used both kinds of our 3-D Foam Tape on the insert that has the party info on it.  I cut it to just slide inside the treat box!  

Did you know we have thin and normal 3-D Foam Tape!?  The Thin is great for mailing cards and those that don't want their pager to have thick things on them but want to be able to add dimension.

I hope you enjoyed my fun creation! While it was a little challenging I enjoyed making them!  So glad I found those treat boxes though!  They made it so much easier!

I would love to know what you thought, so leave me some love!