Sunday, January 1, 2012

Sock Monkey

My nephew is turning 1- the theme of his party will be sock monkeys.  I made a large sock monkey head so that his grandmother can copy it to make a cake.  I had so much fun making sock monkeys out of paper in several different sizes while my little nephew sat on my lap and "helped" me, we pushed the paper down on the sticky mat, then he would look to the cricut machine because he knew it was the next step.  I got about 45 minutes of snuggle time with this help.

Cartridge used: B is for Boys
Monkey head is cut at 16.24 - all I wanted was the head.  This was the largest I could cut it to keep it on a 8.5x11 piece of paper.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Happy New Year 2012

At KIDS Club we will be having a Early New Year's Eve Party.  I made these masks for some of the staff to wear.  I have since added some Glossy Accents to the white dots so they will pop out, currently they are drying so I will post a photo when they dry.
The second photo is a mask we made at school, we had 2 versions, one with sticks on the side with ribbons hanging off them and this one with elastic string.

Cartridge used was a digital cartridge purchased through Cricut Craft Room - Happy New Year 2012
Adult masks are cut at 7.5 inches, childrens masks are cut at 6.5 inches for K-2nd grade, 3rd grade and up 7.0 inches.

Happy New Year to you all my 2012 be a year of crafting for you all

Monday, December 26, 2011

Disney cuts

I made these to RAK to someone on a Disney Board that I belong to.


I used my Martha Stewart scoring board and made these cute little ornaments.  They were kind of fun to make and the first two turned out pretty cute.

Flashy Turkey

It was just before Thanksgiving at KIDS Club, we had turkey coloring sheets I decided I would make a flashy turkey, what fun I had making the Turkey.

This and That

Aside from the watermelon
The additional two pictures were in a photo collection at the craft store I worked out, they were suppose to be pages that reflected our likes and crafting styles.