First is the 'Get Well' card for my recuperating hubby:-) It is an easel card (my 1st -- thanks Mary, CardzTV) The paw print paper was a gift from TLC Creations and the rest is in my stash of mostly textured cardstock by DCWV. Of course, textured works best for chalking and I like to use my Powder Puff chalking ink from Quick Quotes, but I also have Color Box cateyes. It is plain ole hemp twine:-) I am an expert at improvising with what is at hand, such as the stars from a baby pack I have probably had for 2 years. Well, here it is:
Next I have my layout that I did to enter in a Facebook challenge for Pixies Piecings (link below). I have wanted to put this together ever since I got it and this gave me the push. It cut out beautifully and the detail in the cuts was fantastic! It looked strange on the screen, but I dove in anyway and I could not believe the tiny little shaggy fur it was cutting. I know nothing about making cutting files, but you must have to make really wide bands to get the shag. I know, I know, it does not make any sense what I am saying, but if you have the file, you will know what I mean! tee hee! I used stash background papers, chalked everything, used my fav Cropadile to put on the butterflies and you have it:-)
ill know what I mean! tee hee! I used stash background papers, chalked everything, used my fav Cropadile to put on the butterflies and you have it:-)
Then I have a pic that has nothing to do with anything:-) I took it out of the window of my back upstairs bedroom -- I call it my "Treehouse Room". You are at tree top level and it is very cool! Well, not really, it is always hotter upstairs -- oh, you know what I mean -- COOL MAN! For Florida, we have a very sloped lot, so we were able to put on a 3 level deck. Nice to look at, but a nightmare with upkeep! My back yard is basically a JUNGLE!