I have a bunch of Cricut Cartridges for sale. They are brand new and have never been opened. I will not be using these ones and am putting them up for sale. These ones are $20.00 each plus the cost of shipping which I will find out when you tell me what town/country you want them sent to.
Please message me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the cartridges.
Wow, it's been a long time since I posted last. It is not because I haven't been crafting, just too busy to post. So here's one I just did. On Tuesday I met with a fabulous friend for lunch. We don't get to see each other as often as we like. We both accept that we have busy lives. T
here is some distance between us, but a nice lunch or a movie once in a while seems to suffice, other than quick phone calls here and there. I have few people that I can make cards for, and use any excuse to get one put together. Chris goes to Sauble Beach every summer for a couple of weeks with her family and gets lots of reading in. I decided to use this excuse to make her a nice bookmark and a card. I used my Saturated Canary image "What the Librarian Wants". I used some random papers I had in my stash. I colored my image with my Copics and added Liquid Glass to her glasses to make them look real. My flourish is a memory box die borrowed from a friend. For my bookmark I used my Saturated Canary image "FIN-tastic" I cropped her and used my Nestabilities to cut her out then added rhinestones to the center of her bathing suit and on all the scallops. I used Lily of the Valley paper for the background and purple and teal cardstock. Chris loved it and it was great to get together with her and give her this.
Wow, been a long time since I made a post her. Not that I wasn't crafting, because by far that is not the case. I have done tons of layouts, and cards, just didn't get around to posting any. This is a card I did for my boss who celebrated her over 25 birthday the other day. This is Ellie's Birthday image from Saturated Canary, my favorite digis. I colored her with my copics and used a 6x6 mini pad of paper I had laying around. I added a couple of purple rhinestones, one for her button and one for her pom pom. The sentiments are from My Sentiments Exactly. Man I get a lot of use out of that stamp set.
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Saturated Canary's Challenge blog this week has the theme of Emerald for their challenge. They've included a photo that had some blues and purples also. I used the Mother's Day Digi called Bloom I thought she was adorable. I made this card for a good friend that retired from Walmart. She was my supervisor and became a great friend. Here's hoping for a long friendship. The papers I used were from a beach mini-pad that I bought at Michigan's Mega Meet, and the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. The Wild Orchid Challenge this week is to have a card with 3 or more flowers. I included 3 different kinds of their flowers. I colored Bloom with my Copics. Hope you enjoy.
On Wednesday, May 8th, Diane, Rose, Brenda and myself headed to Novi Michigan for the amazing scrapbook convention called Mega Meet. OMG!! It was scrapbooker's heaven. We had so much fun shopping and being inspired.
The funniest thing happened on the Thursday night. Diane and I were going down for a swim in our hotel and figured at 10:30pm we weren't going to bump into anyone. So stupid me puts my bathing suit on and a tank top only. Now there were a few coolers happening before we hit the elevator. Well the door opens and who's there but Mr. Stamper's Anonymous, Ted Cutts who is a business partner with Tim Holtz, and owner of Stamper's Anonymous. We didn't know that at the time though. Diane made a joke that I had forgot my pants, and man did we all have a laugh about it. The next day at Mega Meet, we banged into Ted, and I showed him that I'd remembered my pants, and again another laugh was had. Here's Ted and I.
There was so much more that happened and over the next couple of days I will show more pictures of very inspirational artists that I had the opportunity to meet, chat with and get a picture with.
Pop on over to SemSee's Sparkly Scribblings for a chance to win some candy. Her cards are stunning, and her coloring is just gorgeous. Make sure you take the time to go through her work.