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Monday, March 21, 2011

A Whole Lot of Crafting, Card Making and Sharing Going On

It has been a busy week of card making, crafting, and trying some new things. Thanks to Linda from Linda Lucine's Blogspot. I've had the opportunity to make a really cool Venetian blind card. She has just started her new blog and yet she has shared templates and wonderful tutorials for a Waterfall card, Venetian blind card, Spinner card, and the cutest gum wrapper. You have to go take a peek at

Some of the projects I've done this week include Linda's really cool Venetain blind card. Fio, from CraftandSmile blog gave us all on the Silhouette Plus group a really cool Swing Card template. She also shares a lot of ideas and inspirations on her blog. Here is a link to her Swing card:

The Bunny In a Basket has some added things too. I decided to make a cutting file to make a cup treat holder. The back of the bunny is made by cutting out an extra oval from the cutting file. I just temporarioly removed the basket and duplicated the oval. The feet were just quick and easy cut outs I made. The bunnies pads were made with the left over ovals from the treat holder cup.

Oh, I also made another quilled wedding card and have another quilling project in mind. Quilling really is relaxing.

As many of you know I love making tear bears/ paper piecings. The Bear In A Box template was inspired by a request from one our wonderful group memebers. She found a card with a Bear In A Box on it and wanted to make one herself. I hade made one of these in the past using a tear bear. As soon as I saw her post I went to work to create a .jpeg template for those who want to hand cut and a cutting file for Silhouette users. check out the Silhouette Pus group and join in the file shares, tip, tutorials, and fun.

So, this is what I've done this week. How about you?

Here are some look-sees of what has been going on in my good ol' craft room this week. You will need to click on the pictures of the Swing card, Bear In A Box Card, and the Waterfall Card to see them move.

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1 comment:

  1. These cards are darling. I am asking what Brayer you shoyld use - sofr - or hard - need help in this. Mostly, I want it for neat background shading - I am an artist and love desiigning with chalks - thanks for sharing.


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