Saturday, October 3, 2015
Friday, October 2, 2015
Well it is FALL. l love Fall....but am so sick of gray sky's and rain. I found the two pictures of my grandson and got inspired by CTMH'S new Idea Book "Annual Inspirations " cover. This is what I came up with. Cut my leaves with my Cricut embossed using several CTMH stamp sets with gold and copper powders. I used Safron, Autumn Terracotta, Eggplant and Fern inks. Some I sponged on and some I used re-inkers as water colors. I used craft cardstock and the Sarita paper pack and emblishments. (From last year)
I love Fall colors. The new Sangre paper is beautiful. Can't wait to get mine. The Workshop on the go is full of beautiful Fall goodness and a great exclusive stamp set#G1097.
I love the way my page turned out and I had tons of fun making leaves. Be curious and and make some leaves for a card, scrapbook page or home decor!( I want a banner for my fireplace ) Visit my website curiouscrafter.ctmh.com for supplies and some great inspiration.
Cricut cartridges I used were Art Philosophy & Artistry. Stamp sets were Fall Harvest & Fallen Leaves. Other supplies: paper, Daisy White, Champagne, Saffron, Craft, and colonial White. Embossing powder Gold, Copper, brown (from my stash).
Thursday, September 3, 2015
I have been wanting to play with my Cricut Explore for a long time. So today (between loads of laundry) I gave it a try. I used a "Make it Now" project. I found a layout that I liked and chose my papers.....pushed the GO button and instant satisfaction! I chose papers from the Moonlight and Jackson papers added some emblishments and a cute little bird that I made. I love the way it turned out. What do you guys think?
If you have the Cricut Explore and haven't played with it be sure to give it a try. Stay Curious!
Close to my Heart has just released our new 2015-2016 Annual Inspirations and Holiday Expressions Idea books. Oh my.....what Lovely things they have. The art work is beautiful with lots of new colors, supplies and ideas. I can't wait to share these with you guys! If you can't wait and want to see all the pretty things go to my website. www.curiouscrafter.ctmh.com the books are online this time.
Do something you Love everyday
Tell your stories for the future
generations . Let me show you
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
We have been so busy this summer. Trying to enjoy the grandkids and the last part of summer. I can't believe I will have a senior this year and 2 on high school and my baby in middle school. Also starting to see the light in the old house. Have gotten lots done. Hopefully we will have it finished and on the market by the end of August.
Haven't had a lot of crafting time. When I saw these printable tags on Pinterest I just had to play. All I did was print them out, cut, add some CTMH White Daisy ink to edges, added some emblishments from my stash and some ribbon. I just love how they turned out.
Stay Curious my Crafty friends!
Saturday, July 4, 2015
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Next in the hop is Linda at ScrappyTherapy I hope have visited all the creative Crafters in the Hop and comment on their art work. We all love comments and feed back on the things we make.
Until next time Stay Curious and Keep Crafting!
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Thursday, June 11, 2015
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Remember stay Curious and Keep Crafting!
Saturday, May 2, 2015
|Using Picture My Life Cards|
Friday, April 17, 2015
My Mom loved yellow roses. So this one I made with her in mind. I made a template for the pot & embossed it. I also distressed it with brown distress ink, olive and colonial white. Flower, leaf and butterfly cuts were made with the Close to my Heart Art Philosophy cartridge. Stamp set "You are my Happy" from CTMH. Papers and ink colors were buttercup, autumn terracotta, and new England ivy. I added (from my stash ) enamel dots and some clear wink of Stella.
Hope you enjoy my roses.
Have a Curious crafty day!
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