Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Diaper cake

Hello everyone. It's the end of the month already and Summer vacation is going fast. I can't wait for Fall season and cool down a little bit. Today I have a Baby Shower Diaper cake I made for a very good friend two years ago. She has a beautiful daughter and I was very happy to help her with the Baby Shower Preparations. As you can see, this diaper is very simple. I just add three tiaras of rolled diapers, and gathered them together with a pink and yellow ribbon. The flowers and butterflies cuts are from New Arrival Cricut Cartridges. Hope you all have a great weekend.

Monday, July 9, 2012

3D Halloween Cones Decor

Hello everyone. It has been a raining day today and difficult to take pics but I want to share a Halloween project I made for the 3D Cones Challenge over the Cricut Craftroom Blog  Provo Craft is giving this 3D Cones digital cut file free for a week and I thought it was perfect for a holiday decor. For this project I used the following Cricut Carts: 3D cone digital cut file, TC Chic & Scary, Paper Trimming, October 31st., Wild Cart, Holiday Cakes and of course Happy Hauntings (one of my favorite carts).

This time I took a second pic with less spider web.

This is the box. I cut some spider webs to decorate the holes. I applied black glitter to them.

 I tried to do all the cones different. This is the first cone. I used recollection Specialty Trim to decorate the sides, I attached it with a purple brad. I wrapped some black tule around it.

This is cone # 2 . I wanted to keep it simple so I just decorated the edges with more trim.

 The last cone I just put some stickles on the edges and wrapped another trim up.

I hope you all enjoy this project. If you have any question, let me know.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Happy 4th of July

Happy Independence Day!!! Today is America's Birthday and I am so thankful for living in this wonderful country. Are you planning any barbecue today? I am going to see the fireworks, I feel like a little girl everytime my DH takes me to see the fireworks, I love them. I want to share a project a saw on Pinterest and I decided to make one for my porch. This wreath was orginal made by Capital B and she kindly made a tutorial for us. I followed her instructions and I think mine came out pretty good. Of course hers is more beautiful. Next time I'm going to make it different, I would recommend to cut the squares bigger or use a smaller wreath. I use Stand and Salute Cricut cartridge to cut the stars. Hope you all have a wonderful 4th of July.