Hello everyone! I have a quick post for the Cameo Spotlight Challenge before I run out the door. I used 3 Mason Jars and Vintage Sun for my card. I thought this would make a cute “Sending You Sunshine” card. A lot of sentiments would work well with this!
I layered vellum on the jar with the sun shape underneath and cut another sun for the top layer and added Stickles for some sparkle.
A little stitching and I’m pretty much set! Patterned paper is from Dots & Stripes (Echo Park). Hope you all have a great day! Thanks for stopping by!
I made a fun card this weekend using the Silhouette Cameo. I haven’t used my Cameo in awhile and I have to say, I’ve missed it! I saw Cute S’mores and knew I had to use it. I’m also following the sketch at Deconstructed Sketch (#61), here’s the sketch:
And here’s what I came up with:
I was so frustrated with my sewing machine, it’s so temperamental and this weekend it decided to be uncooperative. Arrrgh! I’ll bet the next time I use it, it will work smoothly. That’s how it rolls. 🙂
Hope you all have a great day! Thanks for stopping by!
This card uses Pocket Lattice from the Silhouette store and Lattice & 3D Flower Collection for the daisy.
Don’t you love how the daisy looks?
This sweetie is from April’s Club kit at A Day For Daisies and was watercolored with Distress and Stampin Up inks. The background is from Cornish Heritage Farms. I just love how cute this image is! Thanks for stopping by!
I used Bunny Rabbit Simple from the Silhouette store to make my own Peeps. Doodlebug glitter was a fun touch and, of course, then I had to go out and buy some real Peeps. I used the Cameo to cut the chicks and a Scor Tape sheet to cut the bunnies again. The Cameo cut the Scor Tape beautifully without any problems. I then layered the Scor Tape over the bunny and applied Doodlebug glitter. Yummy! The card base is Rounded Lattice Card and is also from the Silhouette store. A simple, but cute, mini card! Thanks for stopping by!
A quick post today as it’s been a crazy busy past few weeks. Lots of doctor’s appointments, running around and in general, keeping up. 🙂 I needed a sympathy card awhile back and used Cheery Lynn dies, PTI banner dies and stamps, and the small square is the Fleur de Lis die (Spellbinders). I cut a custom sized envie with my Cameo to fit the card as the banner makes it an odd size. Last year I bought a ream of Neenah Linen Solar White 24# writing paper to line my cards and found it works well for envelopes too. 500 sheets will last a long time! Thanks for stopping by!
I won the Color Challenge last week over at A Day For Daisies. Woohoo!!! I was a very happy girl, this is one of the images I chose with my credit, called Spring in the Alps. I love this image (okay, so I love them all) and thought it’d be perfect as a gift set. For the Card Pouch, I used this tutorial from SCS. My cards are 4 1/4″ square and the envelopes are 4 1/2″ square. I used a square envelope from the Silhouette Store and sized it to fit my cards.
Here’s what it looks like opened:
The card pouch was pretty quick and easy to make and I love how quickly the smaller sized cards come together. Gift sets are so versatile and easy to customize, I think I may need to make a few more of these! Thanks for stopping by!