Tuesday, September 18, 2018

3D Pumpkin Box - Lori Whitlock Creative Team Project

Hello everyone, I'm so happy fall is right around the corner, it's my favorite season I just love making projects this time of year! Today I'm sharing the 3D Small Pumpkin box I made, it's one of the items in the Kit of the Month for September at Lori's shop, check the product description for details. You can pick up the Silhouette version of the file here.


The paper collection I used is called Celebrate Autumn by Echo Park, it's designed by Lori and I absolutely love it! The orange cardstock and twine are from Doodlebug Design.


The stem comes with layer pieces but I wanted to show more of this burlap paper, it looks so real.


Sentiment sticker is also from the collection. There is also a 3D Large Pumpkin that matches this one, makes a nice set.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Lori Whitlock's Septemer 2018 Blog Hop


Welcome to the September blog hop!
Today I have a vinyl project to share using Lori's Farm Fresh Eggs 3 file.
The vinyl was cut out on my Cricut Maker and placed on this magnetic blackboard piece which I had painted and distress a couple of years ago, it needed a fresh new look.


Today's Freebie is the Autumn Fall Harvest Gratitude cut file


Don't forget to use code SEP2018 for 30% off


Enter to Win



Now hop on over to Michele's blog to see what she has created!


Monday, September 10, 2018

Apple Box - Doodlebug Design Team Project

Doodlebug's new petite prints floral-graph and dot-stripe work perfectly for those projects that you want a little more than just a solid color. The petite prints are one of my favorite paper patterns to use and I'm so happy Doodlebug has come out with more patterns!


One of my favorites is the floral-graph, I used the pretty ladybug floral for this apple box from SVGCuts Miss Baker's Classroom collection. I just love this two-toned floral pattern! The base of the apple was cut out using ladybug textured cardstock. For the leaf, I used the citrus dot-stripe layered on grasshopper textured cardstock.


To decorate the box I used some items from the Down on the Farm collection; this and that stickers, odds and ends, chit chat, farm assortment sprinkles and farm friends sprinkles. I scrunched up a lily white mini doily in the center and glued the embellishments to it and glued just the top part to the top of the apple box so it can be opened without a problem. I finished off the apple with some limeade chunky twine.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Acorn Shaped Card

Doodlebug's petite prints are probably my most favorite papers to use for my projects and I'm so thrilled they came out with more patterns. Here's a card I made using a mix of the old and new, the new ones are floral-graph and dot-stripe.


To create the shaped card I used files from Doodlebug's Flea Market collection from Lori Whitlock's shop. I use Silhouette Design Studio Business Edition to made it and export as an SVG to bring into Cricut Design Space so I can then cut it out on my Cricut Maker. Design Studio has so many more feature's to use than Design Space and to me, it's quicker and easier to manipulate files.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Get Well Soon Set - Doodlebug Design Team Project

Here's a little pick-me-up gift set for someone who isn't feeling very well. Doodlebug's So Much Pun collection has the perfect papers and embellishments for just about any project. With all the cheerful characters, anything you create with it will definitely put a smile on somebody's face.



The pill better paper is one of my favorites in the collection, the pretty blue background with all the colorful smiling pills is the perfect paper for any get well soon project.



The card is a cut file from Lori Whitlock's shop center step card snowman. I deleted the snowman piece and created a center layer which was cut out using the new swimming pool floral-graph petite prints from the floral-graph rainbow petite prints 6x6 paper pad. The get well soon banner is from the so much pun chit chat pack, band-aid from the so much pun icons sticker sheet and the pills and bottle from the pill better doodle-pops.



For the pill bottle, I used the tall circle box from Lori's shop, made it smaller and duplicated the top side piece and created the slots to make it look like a pill bottle top. I used a piece of the so much pun paper as the label and added the speech bubble from the so much pun chit chat pack, two pills and some swimming pool chunky twine.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Pencil Shaped Box - Lori Whitlock Creative Team Project

The pencil shaped box 2 from Lori Whitlock's shop makes a great gift for a student or teacher, just fill it with some treats or small school supplies, even a gift card. You can also get the file here from the Silhouette Design Store. The paper used is from Echo Park's Back to School collection designed by Lori.


It really is a super simple box to put together and so cute, I just added a piece of twine and tag from the Back to School collection.


Check out Lori's Blog to see how I put this box together!

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Lori Whitlock's August 2018 Blog Hop


Welcome to Lori Whitlock's Creative Team's August Blog Hop
Since school will be starting here soon I made a back to school gift set.


I used the apple of my eye favor box and the a2 card cutout apple from Lori's shop. You can get both of these files from the silhouette design store, here and here. The paper collection used is Echo Park's Back to School designed by Lori.

Today's Freebie is the Vintage Postcard 5x7 set.


Use Code AUG2018 for 30% off from Aug 14-18, 2018


Enter to Win!!


Hope on over to  Michelle's Blog to see what she has created for us!!

Monday, August 13, 2018

3D Space Backpack - Doodlebug Design Team Project

Here's a cool 3D backpack project I made decorated with Doodlebug Design's new So Much Pun Collection. With school starting here soon this would make a great gift for a student or teacher and what makes it that much cuter is this super fun space paper and embellishments. What I love about this collection the most is the versatility, there is definitely something in it for everyone and for all occasions!


This was a fun project to put together, I used the backpack from svgcuts back to school kit and cut it out using my cricut maker. It was hard choosing what paper I was going to use but that little out of this world doodle pop alien with moon and stars won me over, so space it was.


I used perfect combo, and the front and back of far out from the 12 x 12 paper collection. The speech bubble is from the so much pun chit chat pack and the base of the bag is sunshine textured cardstock.


The enamel stars are from the out of this world shape sprinkles pack and I used a blue jean boutique button with some boy twine on the latch.


I'm always looking for ways to use Doodlebug's adorable washi tape and I think the out of this world washi worked perfectly layered on top of the straps.

Monday, July 30, 2018

Hello Butterfly Gift Set and Giveaway - Doodlebug Design Team Project

Hi there, today I have a gift set to share using the beautiful paper collection Hello. The butterfly-shaped shaker card was created using the svg file from the hello collection. I also used it to make the cutout on the front of the bag.


The card was very easy to create, I just made an internal offset of the butterfly in Silhouette Studio to form my frame and cut out 7 layers gluing them all together so the sequins shake very well.



Using the same butterfly and frame I resize it to fit the front of the bag and then made the cutout. A super simple project to put together and the Hello collection makes it look so classy!



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Thursday, July 26, 2018

Reindeer Petal Box - Lori Whitlock Creative Team Project

Hello, I have a tutorial over at Lori Whitlock's blog today on how I created this reindeer box using two or her svg files, the Bunny Petal Box and Christmas Tag Reindeer. If you get a chance stop by it makes a cute Christmas treat box!!


All the paper used for this project is from Doodlebug Designs.

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Monday, July 16, 2018

Coffee Cup Treat Holders - Doodlebug Design Team Project

I always look forward to Christmas in July since I never seem to have enough time to make all the projects I'd like to at Christmas time. Since treat containers are one of my favorite things to give at Christmas I made a couple of mini coffee cup treat holders using Doodlebug's Milk and Cookies collection.


The mini cups I bought from Amazon here, they worked perfectly with the freebie cup holder svg I download from here, which I cut out with my Cricut Maker.


I rounded the corners and added patterned layers to each holder before I assembled them. After adding the cup sleeve I added a die cut round circle to each lid a straw and some chunky twine.


Instead of having the gift card in the front, I used a die to cut out a piece and glued it to the back of the holder, I didn't want to cover up the adorable Doodlebug paper in the front.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Lori Whitlock July 2018 Blog Hop


Hi everyone welcome to Lori's July hop!!
I have a sweet summer gift box to share
using the Ice Cream Shaped Box from Lori's shop.
You can also get this box from the Silhouette Design Store here.


Paper and sentiment is from Doodlebug's Sweet Summer collection.


Today's Freebie Shaker Sunshine!



Don't forget to use JUL2018 for 30% off entire purchase.





Hop on over to Ashley's Blog to see what she has created!!!

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