I was looking for a Piggy Bank to decorate for gift for a dear friend's baby girl's first birthday. I tell ya, Piggy Banks are hard to find now days! I lucked up and found a plain one at Hobby Lobby (the last one they had) and this is what I did with it. It was a quick and easy gift. I love how it turned out.
I added the bow and bling. I also added the eyelashes and cheeks. I had to make it Diva-ish for the little Princess.
This was the original Piggy Bank. Plain.
And here's the birthday Princess!!! Isn't she a cutie!
Card Request - Creative Card Angels. We were asked to send cards to a young lady in Boot Camp that needs some encouragement. The boot, dog tags and sentiment are from the Silhouette Design Store. The stars are sequins.
The Angels requested a card for a young lady that was in a car accident.
I used Graphic 45 paper "A Time To Celebrate" that I picked up recently at Tuesday Morning. I know the name of the paper sounds odd for a Get Well Card but #G45 paper is so versatile that you can use the back side of the paper as I did here. I also used the Gina Marie Stitched Squares Die. The bow is from the Silhouette store. I created the label in my silhouette software.
I needed an Extra Large Sympathy Card (8x8) for my office staff to sign for a co-worker that recently loss her dad. Since I was hand delivering it, I got to fru-fru it up a bit with flowers, bows and bling.
It's an 8 x 8 card!
Supplies used: Die-sire 8 x 8 embossing folder, Elegance
Spellbinders Classic Ovals Large
Classic Scalloped Ovals
Penny Black Eloquence Stamp set
Inside - Designed with the Silhouette Cameo Print and Cut
I needed a couple of masculine cards recently and this is what I came up with. The basketball card was created with images from the Silhouette Design Store. The birthday card I designed myself using and image from google and modifying it to fit my needs. I made up the saying on the card.
My card group, Creative Card Angels, had a few requests for Get Well and Speedy Recovery cards. This is what I came up with. The images are from the Silhouette Design store. I added a little Copic R21 to create the rosy cheeks. I hope the recipients enjoyed them as much as I did making them.