Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Challenge Winner

Sorry I am a little late on this announcement this morning.
My husband did 2 awesome surprises last week.

First I Got the Martha Stewart version of the Cricut Cake Machine YEAH!!!

Second we went away to Gatlinburg TN to a romantic cabin in the woods....
We had a wonderful time....except my cake machine got here 1 hour before we left to go and he told me NO I couldn't bring the cake machine to the cabin...can you imagine.

So I am going to let you all know who won so I can go make a cake.....can't wait!

Thank you everyone for all the wonderful Disney projects you all created!
OK so the winner of the Wild Card Cartridge chosen by random.org no not by me!!

Was lucky 7. Scrapente
if you will email me with your mailing address here at
beckie123 at yahoo dot com
I will get your cartridge in the mail!

Thank you all again!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Cricut Cartridge Giveaway

Yes that is correct. So here's the story LOL

My hubby came home yesterday afternoon with a prize for me. He went to AC Moore and got me the AC Moore Celebration set. Did anyone else see that this weekend...it was 4 cartridges for $49.99. He then asked did I have any of the cartridges. Of the four I only had one. So at dinner last night we were talking about what to do with the Wild Card Cartridge...he looks at me and says give it away on your blog. He is so awesome!

So here is what we are doing...a Disney Challenge....

     1.Must have any type Disney theme
     2. Must be an original project creative for the challenge
     3. Must be a follower of my blog
     4. Project can be anything a card, a layout anything you want

Do you need to use a Disney Cartridge: NO....you all have seen me add Mickey Ears to things all the time...so if you don't have a Disney Cartridge...add some ears!

Winner will be picked by Random.org not me!

Use Mr. Linky below to link your project.

This is how the cartridges came. So when I send you Wild Card it will NOT be in the normal sealed plastic. I just wanted to show you all so you don't think I am giving away a used cartridge. This is brand new never been used...or linked to anything!

Have Fun

Monday, July 19, 2010

Project Seventeen

Welcome Back. I made this card for Cuttlebug Challenge. The challenge was to be garden nature with garden critters. I couldn't think of any better friend for a flower than Tinkerbell. So I gave Tinkerbell this cute little caterpillar to watch over. I didn't put a sentiment on the front because I am going to stash this away for now....not sure what I am using it for. Have a great day!

Card is 4 1/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches
Paper is Brazzill
Pattern Paper is EK Success one of the Disney papers

Pink Card 4 1/4 x 5 1/2
Pattern Paper 4 1/8 x 5 1/4
Lite Purple paper 4 x 5
   then I used the Polka Dot Cuttlebug Folder

Cartridge: Tinkerbell and Friends page 31
Cut at 4 inches
I used the Swiss Dots Folder on her dress
On her wings I used Gelly Roll by Sakura Clear Star
I drew in her eyes and lips with gelly pens
     to help with the tiny cuts

Cartridge: Tinkerbell and Friends page 74
Cut at 4 1/2 inches
I put the stems through the Divine Swirl folder
     then I used Stampin Up Chocolate Chip with a brush for accent
I added Ice Crystal Glitter to parts of the flowers for Pixie Dust

Cartridge:Stretch Your Imagination page 66
I accented with Stampin Up Green Galore Ink

Thanks for looking

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Project Sixteen

Hello I hope you all had a great weekend so far. I went to a local rubber stamp tour and it was fun. Discovered a few new scrabooking stores in my area. I bought a few rubber stamps. I am still so new to that, so I had a great time. Yes I bought a few Disney stamps to show off soon!!

OK so on to this project. This is for My Creative Time with Emma throwback Thursday challenge. We where challenged to use the Wild Card cartridge, which yeah I have. To make something using our favorite holiday. Well we all know mine is Halloween! So I decide to make a spider card, and model it after my favorite Halloween Disney shirt. It has a bat, a spider and a pumpkin all with Mickey ears. So I gave my little spider here Mickey ears to match my shirt. I think he turned out so super cute.

All Papers are Brazzill
Ribbon is from Joanne's Fabrics

Cartridge: Wild Card page 53
Cut at 6 inches
Orange color using the main button
Black color using the blackout key

Cartridge: Wild Card page 68
Cut at 5 1/4 inches
Then I used Stamp La Jolla's Glitter glue
     and covered it with purple glitter.

Cartridge: Paper Doll Dress Up page 49
Accessories 2
Cut at 4 1/2 inches
Real Paper button was pressed
Mickey Ears on Spider
Cartridge: Mini Monograms page 129
Cut at 1 1/2 inches
Real Paper button pressed

I added pink paper behind the eyes to give eye color.
White Signo pen for the dots around the spider
Used Gelly Roll by Sakura Clear Star for the glitter accents on him
Added Glaze by Sakura for accents around also plus added it to the eye area.

Thanks for looking

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Project Fifteen

I am so EXCITED today! I order my very first Peachy Keen Stamps last week, yes I know its about darn time. Well they arrived today!! So I wanted to finally do my first challenge with them at their blog, Peachy Keen Stamp Challenge Blog. The challenge was to do your favorite summer thing using one of the following B's : button, bling or brads. So I used BLING! Wee you would think where would any Disney-holic want to go during summer....Disney...right...WRONG!! I lived in Florida for to long not to know. During Summer, the ride lines are 4 times longer and the heat index is to darn hot. So my favorite thing during the summer, is to get out or doggie pool and let the fur babies play in the water. This is my princess, Lady, she loves the water. Since I have always wanted a Disney bathing suit, they don't make them in "fluffy" sizes for me, I got to create one on my doll. I gave her some Mickey bling on her suit, flip flops and Hair. Yeah Disney. Lady even got a bling collar that looks like a Disney head. I love this during the summer.


8 x 8 Layout
Plain color paper: Brazzill Paper
Pattern Papers: DCWV 12 x 12 Alphabet Stack Letter K
Ribbon: Micheal's dollar section
Water Splashes from embellishments
Cartridge used: Everyday Paper Dolls

Cut at 4 inches with Save Paper Key pressed
Body: page 28 blackout button
Hair: page 61 headwear button
Bathing Suit: page 41 Shift and main button
Flip Flops: 33 Accessories 1 button
I added Rhinestones, pearls and black shinys.

cut at 2 inches
Page 74
White layer: main button
Black Layer: blackout button
I added black lines and a bling collar.
I also drew in a black diamond to match my Lady.

Thanks for looking

Monday, July 12, 2010

Project Fourteen

Hello Everyone!
So for today's project is for a challenge plus sentimental reasons.
The challenge was over at Cuttlebug Challenges. We were to use lace or doilies plus embossing.

I loved the idea but was having inspiration challenges for this one.
Well this morning I got up to read my blogs as always.
Well Robyn over at My Pink Stamper
suggested we all send pink cards to a fellow crafter who is battling breast cancer. Monique over at Monkey Doodle Cricut has been diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. I have never meet her but have been following her craft blog for awhile now.

So the inspiration came to me for this challenge. Normally I do put Disney into everything, but this time I am keeping it simple and just using the Disney Happily Ever After Cartridge. Just a sweet card to let her know we are all thinking of her and praying for her recovery. If you would like to join in pop over to Robyn's blog My Pink Stamper for details.

Paper is all Brazzill except pattern paper which is Paper Pizazz Muted Roses.
Lace is from scraps I had here in a pile.

Card is 5 1/2 by 4 1/4
Rose paper cute to same size
Pink Paper cut at 5 x 3 3/4
    Than I used my Cuttlebug folder Textile (love this folder)

Cartridge is Happily Ever After (DISNEY) page 76
Cut at 2 3/4 inches
Purple was Shadow base/icon with shift
Black was Icon with shift
I used pink stickles for the flowers.

I used pop dots on the tree
Sentiment was from  My Paper Studio
Ink was from Stampin Up Chocolate Chip.

Thanks for Looking

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Project Thirteen

Hello Everyone. So I am making a card to send to my sister and brother in law for their anniversary. Plus it fits into this week's Throwback Thursday Challenge at My Creative Time with Emma. The Challenge was to use the Zooballoo Cartridge. Well I don't have it so I used Disney's for the tree and the Squirrels. I made them in love. I added hidden mickey's somewhere in the card. Not so hidden because my sister is not a Disney person per say. LOL. If you have time pop over to Emma's blog and join in with her weekly challenges. Recipe is below!

OK cartridges used: Pooh and friends for the tree
                                Happily Ever After for the squirrels

Card is an 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches
Yellow is cut to 5 1/4 by 4 inches
Blue paper cut to 5 x 3 3/4 inches
Ribbon Green basic from AC Moore

Cut at 3 inches
Used gel pens to add accents and hidden mickey's.

Cut at 2 inches one cut regular and the other I used the flip
     button to mirror them, so the face each other.
I glittered their tails and noses.
I added a brad and prima flower to my girl squirrel's ear.

My Paper Studio stamps
Stampin up Chocolate Chip Ink

Thanks for Looking

Friday, July 9, 2010

Project Twelve

Welcome back to Disney Scrapping!
OK so I love challenges because it gets me out of my box and makes me think...love it
So I found a cool challenge on The Cuddlebug Spot. We were to use 2x2 embossing squares.
So I needed to send my Brother-in-Law a birthday card. So I tried to make a "manly" card so hard not to throw some flowers on it! I keep with my whole Disney theme by putting Disney balloons instead of  plain ones. I think it turned out cute.

card size: 8 1/5 x 5 1/2 inches
Blue background piece cut at 8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches

Cartridge used was plantin schoolbook
Squares cute at:
Pattern Square 2 1/2 inches
Brown Square 2 1/4 inches
Blue paper 2 inches

Paper is Brazzil and pattern pieces are DCWV

I took the blue squares and embossed them using the cuddlebug Birthday folder.
    but first I applied Stampin Up Craft Ink to the folder before running it thru

Had to have Mickey somewhere RIGHT....
So I created the balloons using circle that I played with in DS
I stamped the saying using stamps set from My Paper Studio and Black Stampin Up ink

I used basic gel pens for the accents and brown ribbon


Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Project Eleven and a Challenge

So it's Throwback Thursday over at My Creative Time with Emma. The challenge was to use the New Arrival Cartridge and create a baby themed item. Well I don't have that one so I used Everyday Paper Dolls for the Baby. Now how to get Disney hmmmm .... YEAH! Why not have baby holding his favorite new Eeyore stuffy.
I am actually sending this card to my cousin for her new baby boy that was boy this past week. SO excited for her. Plus my mom loved Eeyore, so she would love that I am including her in the card.

The Card
8 1/2 x 11 inches white card stock folded in half
Blue paper cut to 8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches
Pattern Paper is by Bo Bunny cut to 4 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches

Cartridge: Everyday Paper dolls
Baby cut at 5 1/2 inches
face is page 28 blackout
     I hand drew the face .... yes I do so really need peechy keen stamps lol
Outfit is page 29 cut then used the Cuttlebug, Swiss Dot Folder.
    I drew the lines and dots with gel pens

Cartridge: Pooh Font page 66
cut at 2 1/2 inches

Baby and name:
Cartridge Pooh Font
Normal and Shadow all cut at 1 1/2 inches

Ribbon: AC Moore

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Project Ten

So I was making a Birthday card for a friend celebrating her Fabulous 40th. She is not a big Disney person but since I am I knew she would love it! Recipe Below! I am still working on my video and hope to get it uploaded this weekend!

Pattern Paper is Bo Bunny Back to basics Color: Wild Berry Flower
Solid Colors are all Brazzill's.

Cartridge: Mickey and Friends page 109
Cut at 3 1/4 inches.
White dots- drew them myself
    White Signo pen (I love this pen)

Card stuff
Black Square cuttle bug folder Happy Birthday
     Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
     I used the trial version of Design Studio to weld this together
White border on bottom
     EK Success Scroll and Dots
     I just punch one side and carefully lines up the other side to make this border

Friday, July 2, 2010

Project Nine and a challenge piece!

OK so I am making a birthday card for a friend to give to another friend.
Did that make sense LOL.
Well she is not a Disney Person. Can you believe I know all
these non-Disney people. Scary huh!!
Well I got Disney in by using the butterfly from the
Tinkerbell Cartridge. She loves butterflies.
This card also worked for a challenge piece over at My Pink Stamper.
The Challenge was to use to use Pink, Brown, Orange and Green. So I thought a pretty butterfly would be perfect! Sorry the picture did not come
out as I wanted to much stickles LOL.

Papers: Pattern Paper is from DCWV
Pink on card is Brazzill
all other papers are from a paper pack.

cartridge is Tinkerbell cut at 3 1/2/ inches page 52
glitz d it up using stickles
Flower is prima flowers with a basic brad in the middle
Happy Birthday stamps from My Paper Studio and ink is Stampin Up Chocolate Chip
Ribbon is Micheal's Basic Ribbon