Thursday, June 2, 2011

Dad Bag, Masculine Card, QQ Ladybug Layout


Good morning Crafty friends,
I hope you are having a wonderful day. I have a couple of things I want to share.


First: 

Today is another challenge reveal at Creative Cutter Room! Our challenge this time is all about Dad. 
The Challenge: Create A new gift idea and card for Father's Day!

Link your project over at the Creative Cutter Room to be entered to win a prize! And the prize is..
Your Story Bundle!! US Shipping only.
You have until June 15, 2011 to enter your gift idea and Card.

Here are my projects
I created this matching bag and card set.
cricut fathers day card gift idea bag w quick quotes-500
cricut fathers day gift bag idea 5001
The bag came from the Wrap It Up Cartridge. I used a 12x12 piece of Kraft cardstock and used the Fit To Page Feature. The #1 Dad also came from the Wrap It Up Cartridge.
The #1 was cut in plain white cardstock and then I inked it with my QQ Midnight Confessions Chalk Ink and the “goldish” color on the tie was my Y28 Copic Marker.
quick quotes fathers day card-500
The quote on this card was from the same piece of 
Damsel In Distress 300 Patterned Paper from Quick Quotes.
cricut fathers day gift bag idea 500
Here is an angle shot to show the depth of the decoration on the bag.
cricut quick quotes fathers day back of bag-500
Here is a side and back view. I covered all four sides with the 
same patterned paper: Damsel In Distress 300 from Quick Quotes.

Recipe For Bag and Card
Cricut Expression
Wrap It Up Cartridge
Kraft, Black and Grey Bazzill Cardstock
Damsel In Distress 300 Double Sided Patterned Paper By Quick Quotes
damsel in distress 300frontdamsel in distress 300back
Quick Quotes Midnight Confessions Powder Puff Chalk Ink
midnight confessions chalk ink
Miscellaneous Ribbon
White Gift Tissue Paper
Copic Marker: Y28

HERE Is Another Card. I Made This For My Brother.
jerimiah 17-500
I used my Cricut to cut out the “branch” and created the Digital Stamp of Jeremiah 17. I also used my Cuttlebug to create the embossed background paper.

If you would like the Jeremiah 17:7 stamp, you can click HERE.

Also, be sure to head over to the rest of the Creative Cutter Room’s Design Team Blogs to check out their wonderful creations.
Melin You’re Here
Back to the Creative Cutter Room to enter the challenge! CCR 




NEXT:
I wanted to share a layout I made for the Quick Quotes Design Team Blog and for the craft –die cut challenge at PCW.
Here's a view of the entire layout.
Here is a close up of one of the ladybugs. There is black glitter in the black circles.
Here is a close up of the little ladybug on her mushrooms.
Here is a close up of the little ladybug dressed for spring.
Here is a close up of the little ladybug topper.
Here is a close up of the Spring letters. The little ladybugs are glittered.
Here is what I used to create this project
Quick Quotes Club Q May 2011 kit
Ladybug Cutting File Set from PCW
Bazzill Cardstock In The Following Colors
Cream
Hot Fudge
Passion
White
Tahiti Quick Quotes Chalk Ink
Mocha Mama Quick Quotes Chalk Ink
Maraschino Cherry Quick Quotes Chalk Ink
Amaretto Quick Quotes Chalk Ink
Green Tea Quick Quotes Chalk Ink
Midnight Confessions Quick Quotes Chalk Ink
Diamond Black and Stardust Stickles
White Opal Liquid Pearls
Dry Decorator Chalks
Black Fine Tip Pen
White Signo Pen

Be sure to head over to the Quick Quotes Blog and check out what the other Design Team Members have created!

Have a wonderfully blessed day!

Melin

8 comments:

  1. I love both projects tremendously! The distressed look on the masculine card and tote is terrific as are the ladybug dots and the mushrooms and the layering on the LO. Beautiful work.

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  2. Wow - you have been busy. I love the DAD project.
    ~ Jacquelineps. I invite you to enter my blog candy giveaway where you could win a $10 GC to my shop click here to enter

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  3. Handsome card! Thank you for the Jeremiah stamp! As always, your works are lovely! ;-}

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  4. WOW I love the dad bag and card. love the kraft paper and the way you inked the white paper it looks so great! Love that paper that looks like newspaper. That is really a great project!
    Deb C
    bugjuiced.blogspot.com

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  5. I envy your talent! These are incredible!

    Rebecca
    http://craftingmisfit.blogspot.com/

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