Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Webbed Gate Card

http://www.disdigistamps.com/This week at Tuesday Throwdown we are sponsored by Di's Digi Stamps and our theme is "Webbed Wished - Use a Spider Web".

I had this fun image from Sasayaki Glitter already colored in my stash so when I found this cool Spider Web Gate in the Cricut Design Space, I knew what I wanted to do!

 This gate is in Cricut's October 31st cartridge.  The font for Wyatt is A Frightful Affair. 

I love that!  The monsters have arrived to Trick or Treat!  
And then I found this card base in my stash that I had done last year and never used.  It's made with the writing feature of the Cricut.

Super quick and easy when you find these things in your stash!  Hahaha!

Thanks for checking in.  I hope you'll join us for this fun challenge!  

I've entered this card here:

Aud Sentiments - funny sentiment (inside)
Craftng From the Heart - anything goes
Creative Craft Cottage - pretty in pink or Halloween
Creative Moments - anything goes with twist "Spooktacular"
Die Cuttin' Divas - anything goes

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Sliding Barn Door

Hello!  It's Tuesday, so another fun challenge is opening up at Tuesday Throwdown!  This week we are sponsored by
and out theme is "Missing You".

I've used this neat Barn Door image from our sponsor to make this slider card:

I knew what I wanted to do as soon as I saw that door!  This was so fun to do!!!

All the cuts are Cricut cuts and I used the Writing feature for the sentiment.  

Thanks for stopping by now come on over and join the fun!

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Green Hope Ribbon

Hello!  This week at Tuesday Throwdown we are sponsored by  All Dressed Up
https://www.etsy.com/shop/alldressedupstamps and our theme is "For A Cause". 
I know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but I kind of wanted to give a little attention to some other cause.  I looked on the Awareness Ribbon Color Chart and found that the Green Ribbon covered MANY causes, including Mental Health and Mental Illness. I chose this because I've just recently learned the "rest of the story" of a sweet little boy my friends adopted who occasionally had behavior problems.  Those behaviors became more extreme and more frequent.  They finally had to place him in a facility to get help.  They found this poor little boy had been so abused in his early childhood that he had developed 15 different personalities!  FIFTEEN!  Imagine the horrible things he endured to cause this issue.  Thankfully, he is getting the help he needs, but imagine all the people who can't pay for this treatment. 

Anyway, here is my card:

I used our sponsor's image "Oriental Girl" and colored her with Spectrum Noir markers.  The ribbons are a Circut cut.  The top floral paper is a scrap and the name is gone.  The bottom paper is a Cricut print. 

I felt it needed a little bling, but no more busyness, so I used Glitter Gel Pens to highlight the ribbons and various places on the image.

So thanks for stopping by and hearing a little bit of my heart.  I hope you'll join us with your projects and your cause!