Friday, December 31, 2010

Hog Football scrapbook page

Brace yourself, I did NOT use my cricut for this layout!  I know, shocker!  

I had taken so many pictures at this game that I needed to make the page as simple as possible to make room for as many pictures as possible.

This was our first ever Hog Football Game, which if you live in Arkansas that's unbelievable!  I was little excited and a little camera happy.  LOL!

Hope ya'll enjoy!  Feel free to leave a comment. =)

Thanks Snow Much card

I made this thank you card for a Christmas present that my son received.  I used the When It's Cold Outside cricut cartridge.  I also used stickles and my i-rock tool on the snowflake.

The twine was Baker's Twine from Michaels and the sentiment was from my NEW My Pink Stamper Winter Punnies stamp set!  I also used my cuttlebug for the snowflake embossing.

Preschool Christmas Treat Bags

I made 50 of these for my son's preschool Christmas party.  I used the Smiley Card cartridge on my Gypsy.

Here is the "stickle" process of the little packages.  I had to lock my door to keep my son's little fingers away from them!  LOL!

Here's the finished product.  I thought they turned out so cute!

Finally, they were all boxed up and ready for delivery to the preschool.  
Now that's a lot of treat bags!

Please leave me a comment, I love reading what everyone has to say.  

Christmas Treat Bag 1

I made 20 of these for the kids at my work.  I went with the candy cane theme because we had the "scratch and sniff" candy cane bookmarks that they LOVED!
I used the Very Merry Tags cricut cartridge for the Santa Clause and the Stocking.


Holiday Craziness!

I just wanted to catch everyone up.  Like most of you my life has been CRAZY with the holidays.  I just wanted to give you a glimpse of how horribly unorganized and dysfunctional my craft room became during this holiday time.  

It's okay, you can laugh.  I certainly did!

Friday, December 17, 2010

Teachers' Christmas Treat Box

I LOVE how these treat boxes turned out!  I bought the boxes from Hobby Lobby.  Inside, they are divided into four sections.  I put all different flavors of kisses in one section.  I put two different types of cookies in the other two sections, and I put cake balls in the last section. I then let my son deliver each box to each of his teachers (he has 8) all by himself!  They LOVED it!

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