365 Projects in 365 Days

My previous New Year's resolution was to be creative everyday with my Cricut, but since I've started my blog 2 years ago I have come across so many new exciting things like stamps, digi stamps, non-Cricut projects using chipboard, stickers, etc. and now my addition is the Silhouette Cameo. I will be posting many pictures and tutorials of all my projects. I will be making scrapbook layouts, cards, tags, embellishments and altered items. My goal is to create 365 projects in 365 days.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

#171 Sweet Pea Baby Card

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Hello everyone I hope you all are having an awesome Halloween weekend celebration!! Here's a baby card I made for a baby girl for My Pink Stamper's color challenge, she wants us to make a card in 30 minutes using pink, green and purple. I tried to stick to it as much as possible by using purple patterned paper, pink ribbon and the cute Sweet Pea is from New Arrival I stamped the face with PKS and added stickles, I inked, embossed and stamped the sentiment on the ticket which is from Carousel Lite cart. I was so shocked that I made this card in only 20 minutes yep I had it all planned out LOL! I have so  many suprises  to show and tell you guys all about. Hmmm will anyone be on the blogs tommorow? I hope you have a great day and have a very Happy Halloween! Be sure to check out the I Love the 80's Blog Hop going on right here on my blog Post #170!


Sharon said...

What a 'sweet' card! I haven't used a sweet pea on any of my cards, but I keep seeing it used and I love it! Maybe the next baby card I make. I'll be on tomorrow. The children in our little town are trick or treating tonight. Can't wait to see what you've got to tell and show us!! Have a safe and happy Halloween! :)

Amanda Villarreal said...

Love a project that only takes 20 minutes! Super cute :)

Celeste B. said...

Such an adorable card!!! Love it! :) TFS!

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