Thursday, August 27, 2009

1 Timothy 4:12 - Poster for Young Women's

I made this for Young Women's to help the girls memorize the scripture and theme this year. I used STONE SCRIPT cartridge and I found the flowers at Roberts. I loved this GOLD vinyl I found.

Baby Shower Invite - GIRL using cricut and Wild Card Cartridge

My youngest...but tallest :) sister is having a baby in October and these are the invitations that I made for her baby shower. I LOVE the WILD CARD cartridge. I just selected paper and then choose the size using my Design studio on the computer and the Cricut cut them out. SO CUTE!! I then used the cuttlebug "You're Invited" embossing folder. And then inked the edges and added ribbon. They were really FUN!!!

10 commandments of Baseball in vinyl

I did this recently for someone who was hanging in a newly dedicated baseball park. Just click on it to see it LARGER. :) This one took a lot longer to do ...just because of the small letters...but, it was fun.

Catridges used: Street Sign

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Vinyl Wall sayings - Teenage girls' room - using cricut

Here are some sayings I recently did for a teenagers room. She actually picked the quotes...which I think are Fantastic. I don't know why some of them look blurry, you can click on them to see them larger and clear. :)

Cartridges used: Lyrical letters, stone script plantin schoolbook, calligraphy

Name Boards using vinyl and CRICUT

I have had so much fun doing name boards for a baby and wedding gifts. Especially because one was for my sister :) who is having a girl and one was for my nephew. I copied my sister's board that she did for my brother's wedding. Thanks for the stain too Laurel. Here are a few I have done the last few months. It is so much fun to match the colors of the babies rooms'.

Cartridges used: Lyrical letters, calligraphy and plantin schoolbook

Ribbon found at Hobby Lobby and Wal-mart

Flowers at Wal-mart and Roberts

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

School Projects with vinyl lettering

Last spring my twins were in 5th grade and required to come up with a state float. My boy chose Colorado....because of football and the Denver broncos. My girl chose that she could make Dollywood. :)

This is the cheerleading outfit my daughter wore for her first Halloween. We used rubber bands and bungee her on the back of the float.

Cricut cartridges used: street sign, lyrical letters and plantin schoolbook