Looking forward to another day with the temperature rising to over 100...NOT! It will definitely be a good day to stay indoors and work on something crafty.
This is another Peony Cottage from SVG Cuts. They are so much fun to make and so versatile. I did this on in black and white prints from the Bella Armoire stack by DCWV. The little flowers and vines, I used a little color on. I made this house for a cousin who recently got married. They asked for Home Depot gift cards, so I thought the house would make a perfect presentation for the gift card.
Thanks for stopping by to see my Day Two projects for Nicolette's Ghosts and Goblins blog hop. If you jumped in here, click on Nicolette's link to start at the beginning to see everyone's wonderful projects. You should have come here from Robin.
I should have started earlier working on Halloween projects. I am having too much fun and can't seem to stop myself! My kids, ages 20, 18 and 14, are old enough they don't have school Fall parties anymore. One of my favorite things for all school parties is making goodies for them to pass out to their classes. Luckily, I have an adorable nephew who calls me "Favorite Aunt Jackie" who I can make goodies for. I keep telling my sister he's my grandma practice.
I used SVG Cuts' Midnight Jamboree kit to cut these vintage-looking black cat faces. The bags are just the cheap ol' brown paper lunch sacks that I bought on sale awhile back. I rolled the tops down and put shredded paper in the bottom for…
Welcome to my part of Nicolette's Mom's Day Blog Hop. If you're following along the hop, you should have come here from Jamie's blog.
I had a different, more involved, project in mind when I started thinking about what I wanted to do for the hop, but ended up running out of time to finish it. So, these are my "back-up" projects.
The tea cup and coffee cup are both from the Cricut Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2 cartridge. These were my first attempts and I can see where they need a little "adjusting," but turned out okay. They actually went together easier than I thought they would. I cut the tea cup at 11" which made a good sized cup. The biggest I could get the coffee cup to cut on the Expression was at 6" and it turned out pretty tiny. I was only able to fit four of the Lindt chocolates in it. Maybe a little bag of jelly beans or chocolate covered raisins would fit better. I think they would be cute wrapped in cellophane with…