It’s dreary and chilly here today. I thought this Snowman Card would cheer you up! The State Highway is pretreating the roads. I guess I should watch the weather. They must be calling for some frozen stuff today or tomorrow. I don’t mind snow and ice. When the weather is nasty, my boss doesn’t make me work. I have tons of craft supplies to keep me busy too!
The hustle and bustle of Christmas and New Years is over, but I still enjoy making winter cards with snowmen, penguins, and snowflakes.
Happy New Year!!! I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m looking forward to starting a new year. The turning of the calendar brings renewed energy and big expectations. I try not to make New Years Resolutions, since I usually break them by my birthday, which is January 4th.
Instead of resolutions, I’m going to make a list of goals this year. Goals sound more “do-able”, and I think I’m more likely to stick to them. Here’s my list of goals:
This was a great year for P.S. I Love You Scrapbooking. I learned so much about blogging, websites, graphics, and social media this year. Some days my head spun with all of the information I read, but I really want to know how to do this “blog thing” so I can share my crafty projects. It’s one thing to post about your creations, but it’s something completely different to get people to actually come look at what you’re posting. Here is the low down on My Top Blog Posts for 2014. As I was reviewing my stats for 2014 I thought I would share my top blog posts for the year. I was somewhat surprised with what was popular. You will see that my most visited post isn’t a paper craft….not even close!
I would like to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas. I hope you’ve enjoyed my Christmas projects this holiday season. I have some scrappy things on my wish list, and since I was a VERY good girl this year, I think Santa will bring them to me! I love getting new “toys” for creating. It will give me inspiration for projects to share with you in the New Year.
I hope Santa brings you new crafty supplies too. If he does, I’d love to hear about them!!!
This Gingerbread Man Cricut Card is easy so cute, and was so easy to make. I didn’t do much embellishing since the gingerbread man is so big.
I have a horrible confession to make. I cut the gingerbread man out a few weeks ago, and can’t remember which cartridge I used. I have looked through several cartridge, but I still couldn’t find it. Many cartridges have gingerbread men though…….I’m so sorry!
Christmas is less than ten days away….YIKES!! I created this sweet Teddy Bear Cricut Santa Card to celebrate the big day! I recently treated myself to the Teddy Bear Parade Cricut Cartridge, and this is the first time that I’ve used it. I will definitely be using it again soon.
I created this Cricut Dinosaur Card for My Cricut Craft Room. The theme today is Toddler. This smiling dinosaur from the Create A Critter Cricut Cartridge is perfect for a birthday, get well, or just to say Hello to your favorite toddler.
Cinderella is one of the most beloved Disney characters, and this Cinderella Cricut Card is wonderful for a little girl. With splashes of glitter and blue gems, every little princess will think this is an awesome card.
The theme for today at My Cricut Craft Room is birthday. Lots of little girls would love to get a handmade Cinderella card for her special day. I made this card using the Happily Ever After Cricut Cartridge. Cinderella is so pretty dancing in her white wedding dress and glass slipper.
The Happily Ever After Cricut Cartridge has several Cinderella die cuts. Some of them are with Prince Charming, and others are Cinderella by herself. There are other princesses and lots of fun accessories on this Cricut Cartridge as well.
Instructions for Making Cinderella Cricut Card
- 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ White Cardstock for Card Base
- 5 1/4″ x 4″ Green Cardstock
- 5″ x 2 1/2″ Light Blue Cardstock
- 5″ x 2 1/2″ Printed Designer Paper
- 5″ x 2″ Coordinating Printed Designer Paper
- 3 1/2″ Cinderella Cricut die cut
- 1 1/4″ Glass slipper die cut
- Martha Stewart Border Punch
- Stick on Rhinestone jewels
- Clear Stickles
- Scrapbook adhesive
- Fold Card base in half.
- Attach the green cardstock to the base.
- Attached the light blue cardstock to the green cardstock.
- Punch a border in one of the patterned papers, and attach it to the blue cardstock.
- Attach the other patterned paper under the punched paper.
- Attach the Cinderella and the glass slipper. I attached them with Pop Dots to give the card dimension.
- To finish the card, I added Stickles glitter glue to Cinderella’s dress and the shoe.
- I had blue stick on rhinestones that matched the paper perfectly, and made a border, alternating sizes.
If you have a Cricut, I hope you use it often. There are so many fun projects to make. This Cinderella Cricut Card would be great for any Disney lover.