Saturday, December 1, 2012

Love the Jayhawks

I made this Kansas University Snowman set from the
Joy, Peace, Love file from Scrappydew

 I cut chipboard 4x6.5, then covered it with red Recollections cardstock.  Then I cut
the Jayhawk background (3.5x 6) out of Collegiate Paper. 
Using my Cinch, I punched holes on the long ends at 3/4 of an inch.
The snowmen bodies were cut from Coredinations white texture cardstock.  
All of the other pieces were cut from Recollections.
I cut small pieces of fleece for the scarves and popped them out.
                                                   I used jump rings to bind them all together.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Santa's Coming to Town!

Here is a Christmas gift tag.

I used the file Santa's Coming to Town .  I made the bag
and did a print and cut.  The chimney is cut from Bazzill cardstock.
I used Recollection cardstock for the other pieces.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Snow Globe Card

Snow Globe Shaker Card
File from Scrappydew 

For the globe and snowman,  I used Recollection cardstock in silver, light blues,
black and brown.  Georgia Pacific white cardstock was used for the snowman.I embossed the background of the globe with the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder.  The background of the card is Stampin Up! confetti and was embossed with Sizzix Snowflakes embossing folder.  I used a light blue ink to highlight the snowflakes. For the outside dome, using SCAL, I used the background of the dome then centered the snow background and joined them, which created the "outline" of the dome.  I cut 3 pieces of chipboard and lined those up and glued them to give some depth. I glued the acetate between the chipboard and outline dome.  I put some white seed beads in and glued it all together.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Back from vacation!!

We were on vacation for the last week.  We had a great time, but I sure missed
my craft room and my cutters!  I was able to do some designing so that when
we got home I could cut, cut, cut!

 So here is what I came up with. 

I used a 16 x 20 piece of sheet metal then spray painted it with Valspar Satin Enchanted.
Using the Christmas House file from Scrappydew, I cut everything out of vinyl and layered it. 
My intentions were to make one for each of my kids!  HOWEVER, I am keeping this one for ME!                                  

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Fireplace and stockings

This card was made using the fireplace and stockings from the Santa's Presents file.

I used DCWV hunter green cardstock for the back.  The Christmas paper
is Colorblok Christmas Script, the mantle, stockings and fireplace insert was
cut from The Paper Studio, and the fireplace is Brick from Bazzill.
I used my Silver Bullet to cut all pieces.
For the fireplace, I dabbed Vintage Photo Ranger Distress Ink onto the Tim Holtz brick embossing folder by Sizzix and rand the Bazzill paper through. I scored random lines on the mantle and used the
Vintage Photo Ranger Distress Ink to highlight the lines.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Hip Hip Hooray!!

I know a special little girl who will be 2 very soon!  Hard to believe she will be 2!!  Where does the time go?
I used the Cupcake Hippo from  Using Icicle Stickles to add some sparklies to the cupcake and ran the bottom through my paper crimper. 

Just Hanging Out

Just a fun little Halloween card!

I used Co'ordinations smooth cardstock for the orange, 
black, purple, and gray, and Georgia Pacific white cardstock.
I made a wobbly spring for the spider and tied him onto his web 
with a piece of thread.

Monday, October 15, 2012

A Halloween Treat

Using the free Pumpkin Witch SVG from Scrappydew, I made this little treat bag.
I used Heidi Grace cardstsock for the bag.  (Trick or Treat smell my feet!)
For the pumpkin witch, I used The Paper Studio orange, black, and yellow.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Scrappy Scarecrow

I made this scarecrow using Scrappy's Scarecrow.  The crow is from Scrappy's Fall Crows.  
You can find the files here.  Rob has TONS of great files!

Using my Silver Bullet and a 30 degree fabric blade, I cut the hat, shirt, and overalls out of
some scraps of fabric I had on hand.  
The body, shoes, and crow were made from Recollections paper.
The leaves were leftover from another project.
I purchased the hay bale from Hobby Lobby.
I used raffia, purchased at Hobby Lobby, for the straw hair and at the arms.
The raffia was a little too thick for my liking, so I used a long needle to separate the strands.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Welcome to the "That's Scrap-Fabric Blade Blog Hop".

I am sure this will be lots of fun!

The Blog Hop will begin at 8:00 a.m EST, on Saturday, Sept 1 and end on September 15.

Each of the Bloggers have created their own project to offer for you to create and post on the  Silver Bullet Facebook Page for a chance to win a Gift Certificate to That's Scarp Inc.The drawing for the gift certificate will be held on September 15.

Here are the rules:

1) You must leave a comment on each blog

2) You must complete ONE project (your interpretation)

3) You must post a photo of your completed project(s) in the Silver Bullet Facebook Photo Album

You do not have to own the Silver Bullet Cutter to participate!  Any cutter is welcome!  And the  fabric blade should work in any cutter that uses a Roland type blade.

Here is the list of bloggers.  Don't forget to leave a comment!!  And make sure you sure you post on the Silver Bullet Cutters Facebook page!  Silver Bullet Cutters

Penny Duncan -
Elizabeth -
Lisa Howell -
Rachellann -
Rhonda -

Here is my design.

let it snow MTC

 let it snow SVG

Now, you are probably wondering why I did a snowman in September.  Well, it has been so hot and dry this summer and snow is cold and wet!!   And, I LOVE snowmen!  (Yes, I know the mittens do not match...LOL Have you ever tried to match plaid? LOL)

These are the products I used:

8 x 10 canvas from Michaels
Blue Craftsmart Wash Away paint from Michaels
White fleece for the snowman body
White flannel for the "snow"
Light blue satin for some snowflakes
Wonder Under for adhering the fabric to the mat
Snowflake rhinestones from Joann's
The mittens were made out of flannel scraps
The arms, nose, and eyes were cut out of cardstock scraps

Friday, August 31, 2012

Murphy came to visit

Murphy came to visit me today!  You all know Murphy!  It was THAT kind of day!  I worked and worked on my file for the That's Scrap-Fabric Blade Blog Hop which starts tomorrow.  I finally took a break and went to dinner.  I was so glad Murphy was not here when I got home!  Project done!!!

Tune in tomorrow for more info!!

Sunday, August 19, 2012

I found this at a local garage sale for a quarter.  I figured I could find a new purpose for it. 
I have the Silver Bullet from Sherri at That's Scrap Inc and used it to cut out my flowers and leaves.

Using some of Penny Duncan's roses and leaves and some flowers and ferns that I designed, I changed it to a memo board.

 I really like the way it turned out!