Thursday, May 31, 2018

Frog Bobble Head Favor Box with Brandie

Hi there Friends! I am over on Lori Whitlock's blog today with this cute bobble head frog project.

 I needed a little box to tuck my favorite tube of baby cream and a gift card for a new momma friend.

I used the Favor Box Tuck Flap (SVG, Silhouette) and the Bobble head Card Valentine Frog (SVG, Silhouette). All of the papers come from the Sweet Baby Boy Collection by Echo Park.

I uploaded the bag and card into Design Space. I then removed  the images I wouldn't be using for this project, resized the frog and banner, and changed the greeting to say Welcome Baby.

I inked the edges of the banner and frog. Assembled the bag, banner, flowers and frog.

For the wobble feature I DIY'ed my own wobble spring. I used 26 gauge wire, a hot glue gun, pencil, and two 1 inch paper circles. I wrapped the wire around the pencil a few times, cut the excess wire, then applied some hot glue to the paper circles, attached the wire spring to the hot glue on both ends, and then used liquid glue to attach the wobble spring to the back of the frog head.

I assembled the bag using liquid glue and attached wobble spring to the bag.

That's it for me today. Thanks for stopping by!


Monday, May 14, 2018

Fishing You a Happy Birthday

Hi there crafty friends!

I am over on Lori Whitlocks blog to sharing this  Birthday Pop Up Drawer I recently made. You can find them in the Loris shop and in the Silhouette store. Lori has several different options for this fun interactive card. This particular card is headed to a sweet boy but the unicorn is next on my list of this cards to make!

The little drawer is perfect for filling with treats, cash, or a gift card!

If you need help assembling there is also a video tutorial. You can find it here. I hope you give these pop up cards a try. Thanks for stopping by today!


Monday, May 7, 2018

Lori Whitlock May Creative Team Blog Hop

Hi there and Welcome to the May blog hop!

Here is the blog hop order this month.


Today I am sharing a Mother Day Card. I used the Flower Bouquet Mothers Day Card. You can find it here in Lori's shop and here in the Silhouette store. I love this card and how easily it came together.

The sentiment is a print and cut that I changed to a dark purple. The pattern papers are from Lawn Fawn and I used Heidi Swapp gold color shine for the paint splatters.

Thanks for hopping along with us today! Brigit is next.

Lori also has a free cutfile, discount code and giveaway. WooHoo! Go check them out!

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Easter Bunny Tote

Hi there crafty friend! Brandie here with a cute and easy Easter bunny basket idea. If you are like me and want to give something small for Easter than this tote is perfect!

The Easter bunny tote file can be found here in Lori Whitlock's shop and here in the Silhouette store. This little tote is cute as is but I love the new Easter bunny faces files. 
I  removed the face on the tote and did a print and cut with the new bunny face files on the support piece that is included in the tote file. You can find the girl bunny here and the boy bunny here in Loris shop and here and here in the Silhouette store.

All of the pattern papers are from the 6x6 paper pads of Echo Park's Sweet Baby Girl and Sweet Baby Boy collections

I hope you all have a Happy Easter. Thanks for stopping by!


Decrotive Cutting Board Tutorial

Hi there crafty friends! Sharing a tutorial I did for Lori Whitlock.

I found this cute shaped cutting board at Michael's they also had a few other shapes as well. But I needed the chicken.

The Farm Fresh Eggs comes from the Farm Animal Dingbats Font. You can find it here in Loris shop and here in the Silhouette store. This type of file is uploaded like a new font to your computer that can then be used in your cutting software.

Once I had the font loaded to my computer I typed out the alphabet until I found the image I wanted. In this case it is the letter O.

I enlarged the image to 8 inches wide and sent it to my cutting mat. I cut the image out of chalkboard vinyl. I like how sticky it is and the texture it gives to the words.

When possible I like to weed my cut images while they are still on the cutting mat. So that when it comes time to place the transfer tape the image is flat and secure.

I centered my cut image on the cutting board using the jute hanger as a guide.

Pressing really hard I rubbed each letter then peeled up the transfer tape.

Here she is all cute and ready to ship. Enjoy the rest of your week an thanks for stopping by!