One Last Birthday Card

28 05 2017

A third of our family’s birthdays are in the month of May. We wrapped the birthdays up today with my oldest turning 20.

20!

I’m having a hard time believing that this amazing boy in now 20.

Anyway, here’s his birthday card. It’s from the kit named Sunday With Dad over at http://www.svgcuts.com.

The meat, cheese, tomato, lettuce, and onion were cut out on white paper. I used my copics and prismacolor pencils to color them (obviously, you can cut them out of whatever color you like. I just really like to color).

Thanks for stopping by 🙂





Mad Hatter Tea Party Set

19 04 2017

I’ve been a little busy  – but with paper! This is a project I’ve wanted to do for quite some time now. About a year, really. I used a bunch of different kits and files to complete the set. I used it for a center piece last night, and soon, it’s going to a friend of mine 🙂

Here’s the kit as a whole (minus the pedestal – I’m keeping that).

And the individual pieces.

From SVG Cuts:

The Vase is part of the Boho Butterfly Kit

 

From Silhouette Design Store:

Mourner’s 3D Top Hat, you can find it here.  The Drink Me words and the peacock feather .

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From SVG Cuts:

cake  from B is for Birthday, plate from Tea for You and Me (resized), White Rabbit from Bunny Hop Kit

From Silhouette Design Store:

Eat Me words, Fork, Pocket Watch

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From SVG Cuts:

Tea Cups, Saucers, and Spoons from Tea For You and Me, Tea Pot from Honey Bee Tea , Pedestal (not part of the MHTP Set, but it came in handy for pics) from Mr. and Mrs.

From Silhouette Store:

Bunny feet & Mouse

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Spring Box Card

19 02 2017

I’m kind of in love with box cards. This one is part of the Springtime Box cards kit from SVG Cuts.

One of the things I like about floral box cards is the ability to give flowers that last longer than traditional flowers and don’t cause allergic reactions 😉

This card is nice and simple to put together. You can do it quickly, or take some time adding details to the stems and flowers.

I cut the tulip bulbs out on white cardstock then used my copics to color them 🙂 I used my prismacolor pencils to add shading and highlighting on the stems. The little paper beside it is for the greeting. I’ll add this to the back after it’s signed. This kit also contains envelopes for each card. Let’s face it, non-traditional cards don’t fit into traditional envelopes 🙂

Thanks for stopping by!

XOXO