Monday, March 25, 2013

Cowboy Boot

Here is a cowboy boot I made hoping for some spring weather.
   By the looks of it thought that isn't coming anytime soon. 
I got the file from and am loving it. 

I made another one in red as someone I work with keeps asking for a pair of red cowboy boots. 
 Well here is one for him now.  I have told him the red alligators are extinct now.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Door Signage

I made this sign for the office at my hubby's work.  The fellow didn't care what colour/size/font. He said it was my decision.  This was the same individual who the last baby album was made for.
This sign was made for the bottom of the window as I guess there was
 questions on where to put the mail. 
Hopefully now it is clear. 
I had never been there before to see the window.  I was just given dimensions for it. 
Looking just below the window there is a little sign on the door and it is almost the same shade of colour.  Guess my  colour choice was a good one.
Hubby asked me if I could make a sign for the MS Society for their door also.  Being who and what it was for I donated it to them as it is a worthy cause.  So many people are inflicted with it including an aunt of mine. 

Friday, March 15, 2013

Who wants Pepsi?

This file for the Pepsi Can treat box can be found at Creative Kuts
I would love to thank Cheryl & Robert from Creative Kuts for all the hard work they do in preparing the files for us.   
Side View

Here is a view of the box with a Pepsi can beside it. 
Don't forget on Mondays Creative Kuts has a BAP(build a project) that is given out as a freebie.  You create with the file and then post it to the Facebook page for all to see.  Each Monday is a new file. 

Friday, March 1, 2013

Pimping Out my Blog with A Baby Album

First off I would like to say a Big THANKS to Wanda from Deezy Does It! @  She had this great idea and I have already noticed an increased amount of followers to my blog.

I have been crafting since I was a kid. My mom always had some sort of craft on the go. I learned to knit and crotchet when I was really young. I kind of drifted away from the crafting scene for a while then once I had my most gorgeous daughter and world’s most handsomest son I started to knit again. I knit them matching sweaters and also knit my nephews each one also. My mom commented how she would love one so next Christmas was her turn to receive a sweater from me. I then started mine but have yet to finish it…lol Isnt that the way it goes.

My mom then again decided to try a new craft (cardmaking) so in 2003 that is also when I started to make them also again thanks to her. Over the yrs we scrapbooked together on a weekly basis and went to crops together. In 2009 I purchased my first cricut machine (baby bug). Soon after I decided I would like a bigger one so I got to looking on eBay for an Expression. I found myself a deal.
I used it for scrapbooking and my daughter used it for school projects. I became a member of a group on Facebook and my addiction to the Cricut grew. I heard about another program for the Cricut and also heard that PC was suing them so I knew I had to get my hands on one of them. Hubby even encouraged this as he could see potential for doing other things with it then just my crafting.
I became addicted to collecting free svg’s from the many sites out there. I have made many new friends who also have this hobby/addiction. In the spring of 2012 I met a fellow crafter who encouraged me to start a blog. I did it and have just past my first blog adversary in February. I have not done as much crafting in the past few months as I have hit a roadblock that I am hoping to get over very soon. I have only been doing a few things specific for people but nothing for myself.
In the fall of 2011 I met some other ladies on facebook and with encouragement from a few I have joined a DT for Creative Kuts. I am currently on the 3d team for Creative Kuts and am loving it.

 I started making these books way back and used the 8.5x11 albums and covered the outside with material. Once I started scrapbooking I started to use the 12x12 albums and doing the inside pages also as part of the gift I give to people.  

My hubby asked me to make a baby book for his boss & wife who were expecting their first child.

Album Cover

I did many different variations but now tend to stick to the same sort of page layouts. The pages are a combination of cartridges and svg files. I find I tend to use both on them.

Hubby asked that when I make this album I stick to baby pink and other shades of pink. Well even before he asked me to make this one specific I new I was going to use this blue plaid on a baby page so here I did it. He liked it in the end.

I like to include page so parents can include hand and footprints of the baby when they are so little. I was so thankful for a teacher who my son had who made up Father’s day gifts with their handprints on it. I got the idea from this framed artwork he made his dad

This page is a file created by the Wonderful Cheryl from She has some wonderful files that she creates. I knew when she offered this file as a BAP (build a project) I had to have it and have since included it in my albums. It truly shows what a baby is made of. I think it is fitting for it to be the last page of the albums I create as throughout the album you see who the parents are and grandparents and then this little bundle of joy is the creation of all these people.
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