I made this card using my Silhouette Cameo software and a Stampin Up stamp set. I can't color worth a flip so I uploaded the stamped image into my software and colored it there. I also wanted to add a few things and make it larger, so doing this way made it easier. Each little piece had to be colored individually. You can see how I did it below. I enjoyed the challenge but it won't be something that I do often.
Stamp Set: Stampin Up Vintage Valentines
This is how you color it in Silhouette Design Studio. You release the compound path, after tracing and color each piece. Very tedious but oh so cool!
Creative Card Angels got a request for a little girl that is battling Leukemia. Her church family wanted this year to be special for her and to let her know that she is loved and to keep on fighting! We got the request kind of late but that's okay. I told the requester to let her know that she will be having a Valentine's Day week!!
Ok, first of all, let me be clear....I did not design these shoes. I ordered them online and blinged them out. Y'all know I love me some bling! I still need to find me a shirt so I can be Super Bowl ready for Sunday!! Rise Up!!!
I made this card for a young man going through a rough time right now.
I made the entire card using my Silhouette Cameo. I got the inspiration from a stamp set that I own by Jillibean Soup. The stamp set wasn't as large as I needed it to be, so I re-created it in my software.
Hug your love ones. You never know what they hold inside.
I used the Sizzix Fold-A-Long thinlit Owl die set to make this card for a little boy that broke his leg. His mother requested cards to help cheer him up because he might need surgery. She says, that although he's only 2.5 years old, his favorite thing to do is open mail. She even got him his own mailbox.
These are some bags I embroidered for Christmas presents. They were well received. My sister (top set), who already has everything and is hard to buy gifts for, loved hers along with the personalized blanket I posted earlier. That in itself was worth it! lol The bottom set was for my daughter. She said she will use the larger one to carry to gym and put her makeup in the smaller one.
This card is for one of my dear friends. We met in 2012 on a Cricut Cruise (craft) and have been friends ever since. Treva, myself, Felisa and Sharon speak everyday via email, text or phone. They are my sisters.
I wish Cricut would consider doing another cruise as I met so many wonderful people that I now call my friends. It was an incredible fun 7 days of my life that I will never forget!
Happy Birthday Treva
A different view
Supplies used: DCVW Premium Paper Collection - Mulberry