I found time to use the New Arrival Cricut cartridge & mass produce some simple yet adorable baby cards. The little onesie shape always intrigued me, so I gave it a shot. The hanger was cut in silver. I tried to keep the colors to a minimum & stamp patterns & edges.
I had a good time at my aunt's holiday picnic. So I broke out some October Afternoon stickers to make a quaint Thank You card.
I cut the clouds out of the most lovely paper from Close To My Heart called Splendor. Then, with my grass edge punch I made two different green strips. The phrase is off my Cricut Alphalicious cartridge. That sun is from one of my sister's old Sizzix die cuts.
Here is my third BasicGrey page entry for Two Peas In A Bucket company challenge. I think this is my favorite of the three. I love banners & took the time to piece one together on this page.
I made some footballs off the Everyday Paperdolls Cricut cartridge. Then taking it a step further, gave them laces made of white floss! They were tucked in the grass layers, like they were left there after practice.
The sticker letters came with my paper kit & worked well for spelling out the long title.
I added a chipboard flag to a long pole for a little bonus dimension. Adhesive chipboard accents are easy & fast. LOVE LOVE LOVE them.
I'm trying a new blog challenge out, called Once Upon A Sketch. The sketch for July 15th looks like this:
I made a page of my son when he got his Buzz Lightyear tent for Christmas. It came in a backpack with a flashlight & compass.
The Quote is from a vellum stack by DCWV, I cut it into strips. It's the sweetest saying ever!
Gems did the trick of adhering the vellum, which can often be tricky. It kind of highlighted the quote as well.
The zig-zag was cut on my Cricut out of Close To My Heart paper from the You Rock kit. The background blue sheet is also CTMH, the Splendor kit. I sponged inked around the lime dot paper and added some ric-rac.
This is an international contest, with superb prizes. Once Upon A Sketch is packed full of great ideas, so I'll be using it often!