Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Customized Lil coupe Car

I was so excited to do this for our baby girl. All she wanted for her 2nd birthday was a car. I wanted to make it look different because there are a few of the same cars in our circle. Little Tikes is doing their 30 year anniversary and so this car came with eyeballs ... too cute. So, here is her custom FLOWER POWER Princess Car! I also added blue eyes and eyelashes!! TOO FUN!
Cup Holder

Custom License Plate

Star Student of the Month

I love cricut for these kind of things. Here is the Star student of the week poster I did for my daughter. I used Lyrical letters for the name and georges basic shapes cartridge for the stars. This is came together really quick and I like that I have her favorite things down for the year!

Wedding Banner

This is the first banner and biggest project I have done with vinyl. I was not able to cut out something this big on my cricut. The banner is 4 x6 feet. Luckily, I know someone with a bigger machine and she was so great to help me and cut this out :)!! THanks KRISTIN!!! My sister and I put it on the banner ... it was so much fun and I think it turned out great. Thanks Shari again for your late night help and for finding the image for the dancing couple. And Kristin ... You are amazing!!!

We hung the banner by the "dance floor." The font used was Scriptina.

My sister in law is a folk dancer for BYU ... don't you think the dancing couple looks like that? They are so much fun!!!

More glass etching - Wedding shower gift

I etched these 3 pans for a "couples shower" we did for my brother and his sweet new wife!

Cricut cartridges used: Lyrical letters, home accents, calligraphy and Doodletype.

Note: You need to type the letters backwards and then use the FLIP feature on the cricut.

Just click on the picture to see it larger. :)

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Wedding Sign-in book

These last few weeks have been so busy...but, so much fun. I created a wedding sign-in book for my neice, but forgot to take pictures. It turned out great. Her colors were plum, sage green and black and silver. My brother was getting married a week after her and so I thought it would be fun to create one for them. Their colors were coral and peach. I had it at the luncheon and everyone was able to sign it. You can just click on the picture to see it larger. Special thanks to my sister Shari that stayed up with me to help me create and adhere!!! :)

And a HUGE thanks to my husband, Wade ...who took the great pictures and printed them out for me. :) Love you !

Families are Forever

This project was inspired by my sister, Laurel. She had an idea and together we accomplished it. She found the wood board at wood connection in Utah and then she painted it black, sanded it and stained it. Then we added the vinyl. It was a gift for my brother that just got married last weekend. They loved it! Good job Laurel!!

Note: Cricut cartridges used were plantin schoolbook and calligraphy