Posts filed under ‘Cards’
Here’s What You Need
Celery Heart (the bottom with tops cut off)
Carrots with shapes cut into bottom
Paintbrush to mix colors
Tray to squeeze paint in
Drop cloth or plastic trash bag
It’s so easy! Just cover your table or floor with the drop cloth or trash bag, secure with painters tape and start stamping! The celery worked best when you use very little paint.
This is a card I made for our friend who just promoted to Major. I feel like they never sell military congrats cards but I’m always give them out!!!
Today we are going to a 2 year olds birthday party! The theme is going to be Elmo. I thought a goldfish, like Elmo’s fish Dorthy, would be a perfect gift!
The tag is made with Cricut Cartridges: George and Basic Shapes, and My Life’s a Beach.
What You Do
Cut the width of your note to the height of the bottle. Roll up the note and slide it inside the bottle. Try to arrange the note so it’s all visible without having to be removed.
What You Do
Use the sponge and brown paint on the outside of the box to create an aged look. Put moss inside the box and place your body part on top. (You can wrap the body part with ribbon for a nice touch). Cut out the note/invitation to the size of the inside of the lid. On the inside of the lid glue your invitation/note. Tie the ribbon around the box.
You can hand these out at work, put them in a package with other goodies, or wrap them in brown paper and mail off to a lucky friend!