Friday, December 2, 2016

Holiday Tic Tac Toe

Hi Crafty Friends,

Wow!!!  It's December and I'm so not ready for the holidays.  Eeek!!!!

We're having a fun challenge at Cut It Up Challenge Blog.  We're playing Tic Tac Toe to decide how to create or embellish our projects for Challenge #110.  Of course, the project must include a die cut.

Here's my project using an adorable image provided by our sponsor, Digital Delights by Louby Loo.

I colored Snowy using Copic markers and Stickles Frosted Lace for the fur on the hats.
I also used Jaded Blossom's Scallop Rectangle dies, Stitched Rectangle dies and Star dies.  I also added silver Stickles around the oval

Here's the Tic Tac Toe grid.  You may choose any direction.  I chose going across, Star, Glitter, Snowman.

It's such a fun challenge, I hope you'll join us.


Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Dear Santa, I Can Explain!

Hi Crafty Friends,

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Challenge #16 is open at Delightful Challenges.  
For my project I used the Reindeer Cuties Clipart set from
Digital Delights by Louby Loo.

The sentiment is from the Winter Fun Sentiment set.
After importing the file into my Silhouette software, I added an offset and then print and cut the image and offset separately so that I could pop the reindeer onto the offset for a little dimension.  I added Spectrum Noir Sparkle glitter to the lights and Glossy Accents to the eyes.  The sentiment mat is a stitched rectangle die from Jaded Blossom.  The sequins are from Jillibean.  

Here is what the Cutie file includes:

Reindeer Cuties Clip Art set

I hope you'll play along with us.  You have 3 weeks to enter.  Just click the Challenge link above.

Have a great day!!


Sunday, November 13, 2016

Reindeer Cutie Table Favor

Hi Crafty Friends,

It's my day to post a Hostess Monday project at Digital Delights by Louby Loo.

For my project I wanted to use one of the SVG Paper Piecing sets.  I chose the Reindeer Cuties.  There are three different cut files, but I decided on the Topper since I love making treat bags.
 I use them as table favors during the holidays.

This file is so easy to cut and assemble.  You will be able to quickly  make them for your entire guest lists.  The only thing I added was an offset on which to assemble the cutie.  I assembled the reindeer on my Silhouette virtual mat and then added the offset.  I then separated all the pieces by color so that I could cut everything at once.  I placed the cutie on the Fancy Topper Die from Jaded Blossom.

Here's the file: 
Reindeer cuties paper piecing set

Note:  there is also a clip art file available if you don't want to paper piece.

I'm sure my family will enjoy their cute and yummy holiday favors.

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, November 11, 2016

Cut it Up Challenge Blog ~ Challenge #109

Hi Crafty Friends,

It's time for Challenge #109 at Cut it Up Challenge Blog.
The theme for this challenge is THE FIRST THANKSGIVING using pilgrims and/or Indians and, of course, a die cut.

I found these cute little owls at Miss Kate Cuttables.  I cut the pieces on my Silhouette.  I also used Jaded Blossom Border Dies 2 for the ground.  The "friends" sticker was in my stash.

Come on over to Cut it Up Challenges and join in the fun.
This challenge is being sponsored by


Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Digital Delights December Release

Hi Crafty Friends,

There's a new release at Digital Delights by Louby Loo.  

I was given the Tipsy Lola image share with you.  

Isn't she cute?  She's all ready to share some Holiday Cheer with everyone.  I love using these gold an silver papers from JoAnn.   I used Jaded Blossom Stitched Rectangle dies on the mats.  The snowflake is also a die with a CTMH gold sequin.  I finished up by adding some Doodlebug Designs gold glitter sprinkles.  The image was colored using Copic markers.

Here are all of the New Release images.

Have you hear the BIG news?  Wendy wants to make crafting more affordable so she has lowered her prices.  Check them out!!


And don't forget our Delightful Challenge HERE


Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Always Grateful

Hi Crafty Friends,

It's my design team day on the Paper Crafting World blog.

For my project I combined two cut files from Paper Crafting World to make a Thanksgiving treat box.

I used the Always Grateful Title cut file for the sign that this cute squirrel is holding.  The Squirrel treat box is a Pazzles Craft Room exclusive.  In the original file the squirrel is holding acorns and there's an acorn handle but I think the sign is a cute substitution, especially if  the project is used as a Thanksgiving table favor.

The two files were cut using my Silhouette.  I added a little inking and Signo white gel pen accents.  I also glittered the leaves using Wink of Stella.

Thanks for visiting me today.  Be sure to visit Paper Crafting World for a wonderful selection of seasonal and holiday cut files and print and cuts.


Friday, October 28, 2016

Non Traditional Halloween Colors

Hi Crafty Friends,

It's time for Challenge #108 at the Cut It Up Challenge blog.  Our theme is Halloween but with the twist of using NON-Traditional Halloween colors (and don't forget the Die Cut.)

Here's my card:

The shaped dies are from Jaded Blossom's Halloween Dies and Halloween Dies 2.  The frame and tree is a new die I just purchased.  It's by Taylored Expressions called Shade Tree.  I added some Nuvo Chrystal drops in hot pink to the branches.

I hope you'll join in our challenge when you visit the design team blog to see even more non-traditional Halloween projects.

Challenge #108 is being sponsored by


Wednesday, October 26, 2016

6 Cards ~ 1 Hour

Hi Crafty Friends,

I love spending time in my craft room and creating special cards.  But, sometimes you just need some quick cards, especially when you're in a time crunch.

For Challenge 15 at Delightful Challenges, I used the Birthday Animals Clipart set from
Digital Delights by Louby Loo. 

Here are the 6 cards I made in less than 1 hour.

I dragged and dropped the clipart file into my Silhouette Studio program, resized the images and then set the mat size to print the images to my computer, of course adding registration marks so my trusty Silhouette would cut the images after they were printed - easy peasy.

I just added a bit of ribbon and some Doodlebug Designs epoxy dots.  The sentiment is also from Digital Delights, Happy Birthday sentiment.

Now I have 6 cards ready to grab when needed.

I hope you'll join in this Challenge.  You have 3 weeks to enter.  It's always ANYTHING GOES, with a stamp (may be digital).  Just click on the link above to join in the fun.


Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Fall Fun

Hi Crafty Friends,

It's my day to post on the Paper Crafting World design team blog.

Today I'm sharing a fall layout.  I don't often make layouts since I'm primarily a card maker, but this adorable file made it pretty easy.
I've used the FALL FUN CROWS layout CF from Paper Crafting World.

I must apologize for the picture quality.  It was a really dreary day so there was no place to photograph the layout to get a good picture.

Everything was cut on my Silhouette.  I just added a little inking and a torn paper bottom border.  Except for the photo mats, everything else is in the cut file - LOVE IT!

Thanks for stopping in today.  I hope autumn has finally come to your town.


Friday, October 14, 2016

Cut it Up Challenge #107

Hi Crafty Friends,
Today we're using pumpkins on our Cut it Up Challenge projects.  I'm using an adorable Nerdy Pumpkin, part of the Kawaii Nerdy Halloween set from SVG Cutting files.
Isn't this a fun file?  I added some grass using Spring Dies from Jaded Blossom.  A touch of inking, some sequins and ribbon and there you have it.
Be sure to visit the CIU blog to see more clever projects and to join in our challenge fun.
This challenge sponsor is

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