Wednesday, June 12, 2019

A Beary Hello

Hello Everyone! I'm posting over on the Action Wobble Blog today and I'm sharing this Panda Bear card. 

The challenge this month is Zoo Animals and this panda was perfect! It's from Animal Emoji Printables and in Cricut Access.  I printed it on Glitter Inkjet Card stock from Diamond Print that I found in Walmart.  It's so fun!


I used a basic edge die on my top layer so I could showcase my pattern paper and added Midnight Trendy Twine to the bottom. Then I cut out my hello three times and layered them and added white dots with a pen. The last touch was adding some black bling self-stick gems!


And here it is with the wobble! It was amazingly hard to try to capture the wobble due to the black and white and the glitter paper.

Have a great day!
Helen

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Action Wobble June 2019 Challenge

Hello everyone!  Today is the start of the June Action Wobble Challenge.  The theme is Zoo Animals.


I found this cute elephant in Cricut Design Space and used print then cut for it.  It's a fun way to get the right colors for my cuts.  Then I found this cute background paper to use with it.
Next I used an oval die to cut out the next layer and my Stormy Trendy Twine to do a border on the outside and finish with a bow.  The stamp is from a My Favorite Things elephant set. 


He is just so cute wobbling!  I hope you join in the challenge -- use an Action Wobble and a Zoo animal and share in the Action Wobble Fan Club on Facebook

Be sure to visit the Challenge Blog to see all the design team's projects.
Have a great day!
Helen

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Trendy Bakers Twine -- Flag Treat Boxes

Hello everyone!  I'm posting over at Twine it Up! with Trendy Twine. Today I'm sharing some quick and easy treat boxes using Totally Navy Trendy Twine and the 2x2 Kraft boxes.


To start, I picked a fun blue with white polka dot card stock and cut it into strips about 1 1/2 inches wide and wrapped it around the 2x2 Kraft Boxes.  Then I took my Totally Navy Trendy Twine and wrapped it around the other way about five times.


I punched a small hole in my print then cut hearts and thread my twine through and finished it off with a bow.  These are super easy and quick to make treats!

Have a wonderful day!!
Helen