Some of my previous cards...

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Happy Valentine's!

Hi everyone! Thank you very much for visiting my blog today.

Time flies and in two days will be Valentine's Day. There are many versions of this celebration, but the best known says that this day is celebrated in the name of love, because a Christian pope, named Valentine, around 270AD, was beheaded as punishment for aiding and married to Christians. Terrible story to commemorate a day dedicated to love...

I hope everyone can enjoy this February 14th (and every day) with your loved ones.

Today I made this card with the Mojo Monday Sketch and the topic of St. Valentine's. I did the drawing for the occasion. I also made the flower by using different punch papers. Hope you like it!

Card supplies: Images© of EdithDesigns (me!), white metallic German cardstock, Bazzill cardstock, DCWV The Linen Closet glitter cardstock, Cuttlebug Kassie’s Brocade and Swiss dots embossing folders, Duncan snow paint, different flowers punch papers, New Collection red flowers rhinestones, miscellaneous ribbons, pale green silk thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday Contest 177
A Spoon Full of Sugar - Let's see some love
Creative Card Crew - For a loved one!
My Time to Craft - Hearts and flowers
Papertake Weekly - Have a heart
Fab'n'funky - Tempting textures
Simon Says Stamp and Show - Some embossing
Stampotique Designers - Valentine's or Love
The Pink Elephant - Be my Valentine
Stamp Something - Something to your Valentine
One Stop Craft - Love

Friday, January 28, 2011

Birds in love...

Hello friends, thanks for visiting my blog today!

I just realized that I made another birds' card, but... I love birds!


I hope you had a great week. Today I will show you a new card that I made very quickly, because I had a lot of work on my "part time" job (which sometimes turns into full-time job ...). I used a drawing of a bird that I made some time ago and doubled it, then they became in a couple. While I am drawing I always imagine the story behind my "characters", so this drawing was transformed into a couple of lovers waiting to celebrate Valentine's Day. I used the Mojo Monday sketch and I will also enter it in other challenges, because there are many challenges related to Valentine's Day.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend:)

Card supplies:
Images© of EdithDesigns (me!), Bazzill cardstock, K&Co designer paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, glitter paint, Spellbinders Classic Scalloped Circle, Cuttlebug Hearts Blocks embossing folder, dark pink satin ribbon, flower button, silk pearl color thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday 175
Lexi's Creations # 32 - Valentine's
A Spoon Full of Sugar 136 - Valentine's
Anything Goes Challenges - Butterflies
My Time to Craft 125- Emboss
Creative Inspirations # 96 - Buttons and bows
Fab 'n' Funky # 57 - Use a Digi
Paper Pretties - Sewing
CharismaCardz # 4 - Valentine's
Creatalicious Challenges # 18 - Ribbon and love

Friday, January 14, 2011

I love these little birds!


Hello! Thanks for visiting my blog today!

A new card finally! I want to thank those nice ladies who shared their advice on the issue of lack of time. I realized that it is a problem for all of us, even those who are supposed are plenty of time, a nice retired lady:) . Anyway, I will try to adjust my schedule and put more hours on my day (or night…)

These days I have been thinking on Katie and her family. I think she is an incredibly brave girl. I also thought how, thanks to the web, she has been able to feel the affection of so many people that are with her with prayers and words of support. The world was smaller before the web....

Well, now some words about my card. I used the Mojo Monday sketch Challenge and I will enter it in other challenges. I also used a new drawing and I did not sew this card, which is something I do not use to do. I always use my sewing machine! This time I was not in the mood of sewing… Hope you like it!

Card supplies:
Image© of Edith Designs (me!), Bazzill cardstock, miscellaneous designer paper, Spellbinders Classic Scalloped Oval, Cuttlebug Victoria embossing folder, Recollections Rhinestones-Pearls Stickers, snowflakes punch paper, olive green satin ribbon and some glitter translucent paint.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday Sketch
The Secret Crafter - Tons of Texture
Our Creative Corner - Photo inspiration
Polly Craft Challenge - New Things (my new digi)
Stamp with Fun - Schnee
Papertake Weekly - Frosty Morning
Creative Cottage - Something new
Stamp Something - Anything goes
Stamping Bees - Use a die
Craft your Days away - Anything goes

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Happy New Year!!

Happy New Year! Thanks for your visit today:)


My first card of 2011! Last year I did not have enough time to devote to my passion for paper, because I have a lot of other activities. This year I hope to spend more time with my wonderful hobby. The issue is where to get the time: fewer hours to the family? or working hours? or sleeping hours? I would love to know how do you do with this lack of time. Nevertheless it is one of my New Year’s resolutions:)

I made this card with the Mojo Monday Sketch with a new drawing I did recently and I will take the opportunity to enter it in other challenges.

Card supplies:
Image © of EdithDesigns (me!), Bazzill cardstock, German metallic cardstock, miscellaneous designer paper, Cuttlebug Polka Dots embossing folder, Duncan Snow Glitter paint, New Collection pink rhinestones, brown thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday 172 - Contest
Fantabulous Cricut Challenge - Snowy Delights
Paper Sundaes - Something new (my new drawing)
Cutie Sunday - Winter
One Stop Craft Challenge - New beginnings
Elephantastic Challenges - New beginnings
Mark Finest Papers - Something new (my new drawing)
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Anything goes
Bawion - Schnee / Schneelandshaft
Stamp Something - Stamping with glitter
Lots to do - New beginnings

Friday, December 24, 2010

Happy Holidays!


Happy holidays to those who visit my blog these days!

This is a small sample of a family tradition. Every year I bake many pounds of Christmas cookies of different shapes and flavors. Some days before Christmas, along with my children, we invite their cousins, from little ones to grown up, sometimes some of their friends, to paint the cookies. It is a traditional day for us, listening to carols, where each one receives an equal number of cookies to decor and then take home. Sometimes it's a bit stressful, because, believe me, knead, cut and bake several pounds of cookies is a lot of work, but the joy of this day will remain in their memories forever:)

I hope you have a great time!

Hugs, Edith

Friday, December 10, 2010

Happy Snowman

Hello! Thanks for your visit today!

This is my new Christmas card...

I love to put snow in my cards! Where I live there is no snow at Christmas. It is a bit nostalgic thinking about Santa Claus in his sleigh on the snow and it was my frustrated desire since I was a little girl. I would love to see a little snow out my window, of course not much, because I have seen how some of my friends are suffering from the cold and heavy snowfalls, even before winter arrives.

I made this card using the Mojo Monday Sketch and the Happy Snowman, a drawing that I made for the occasion. I usually use typical colors on my Christmas cards, like green, red and gold, but in this case, as I will enter the card in other challenges, I used other colors.



Card supplies: Image © of EdithDesigns, German metallic blue and silver cardstock, K & Company Winter Wonderland designer paper, Sizzix Sizzlits snowflakes Die, snowflake punch paper, Cuttlebug Polka Dots embossing folder, Duncan snow paint, translucent glitter paint, silver metallic ribbon and, of course, my sewing machine:)

Challenges:
Mojo Monday Contest
Stempleträume - Christmas abnormal colors
Stamptacular Sunday- Blue Christmas
Lexi's Creations - Blue and Silver
Bawion - Glitter
The Secret Crafter - Christmas
A Spoon Full of Sugar - Christmas Card
Digital Tuesday - Baby it's cold outside
Gingersnap Creations - Stitching
Gingersnap Creations - Snowpeople
Crafty Hos - Theme Challenge
Stamp Challenges - Use a Digi
Belli Challenges - Christmas Embellishments

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Recycling at Christmas

Hi, thanks for your visit today!

This is an easy project, that I made using only a clean tin and some leftovers...






You will need an empty tin.





Line the tin with black cardstock






Using an oak leave paper punch, cut many leaves in various shades of green cardstock. Color them with reddish tones, to make them look natural. Put on top a golden ribbon, add a bow and a rhinestone. Add some leftover Christmas decorations.




Put inside the can a battery’ candle and fill with green moss.






As I said, very simple! I hope it will inspire you to recycle your leftovers. The more we recycle, we will leave a cleaner world to our children:)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Max' Christmas!

Thank you for your visit today!
Today I want to show you my very first Christmas card. Some people already know my dog Max, a charming retriever, one of my favorite drawings . Well, here's Max, in a forest, giving gifts to his friends. I used the Sketch of Friday Sketchers, which seemed to me very useful, because it allows many combination. I put a beautiful Christmas ribbon and added many, many stitches I made in my sewing machine. I will also enter this card on other Challenges.

Card supplies:
Image© of EdithDesigns (me!), Bazzill dark green cardstock, K&Co Specialty Paper, miscellaneous designer paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Ecoline inks, Inkadinkado golden embossing powder, Nestabilities Classic Scalloped Circle, Fiskars circle punch paper, Christmas organza ribbon, silk golden thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Friday Sketchers : Sketch
Lexis Creations: Traditional Christmas Colors
Delightful Sketches: Baby it is cold outside
GingerSnap Creations: Stitching
Creative Inspirations Wednesdays: Winter Wood Land
Anything Challenge: Let it snow
One Stitch at a Time: Christmas
The Crafty Pad: Red and Green
Creative Inspiration Challenge : Anything Christmas/Winter
Mark's Finest Papers: A circle in a card

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Thanksgiving Turkey

Hi, thanks for your visit today!



I had a great time making this card! It was fun! I can imagine that if turkeys could speak, would surely be on its knees like the one in my drawing , trying to avoid its fate in the next weekend:) As always, I used one of my drawings. I know the turkeys are a different color, but I thought I had to paint this one with bright colors and much glitter in its feathers.



Cards supplies:

Image© of EdithDesigns, different colors of Bazzill cardstock, miscellaneous designer paper, Caran D'Ache watercolors, glitter translucent paint, Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Scalloped Circles and Lattice Borderabilities, my wonderful Olfa circle cutter, different leaves punch papers, New Collection dark yellow flower rhinestones, golden silk thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
For Fun Challenge: Thanksgiving
Crazy Challenge: Thank you or Thanksgiving
The Shabby Tea Room:
Thanksgiving or Thanks
Fairy Tale Challenge Blog: Everything goes
Gingersnap Creations: GC79: Stitching

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Max on Thanksgiving Day

Thanks for your visit today!

This is the time of my favorites! My favorite colors and my favorite time of year...



I made this card inspired on the sketch of Jacque's Joie de Vivre for Friday Sketchers blog. You have to visit her blog, she is a charming and inspiring lady and her cards are really beautiful!

The given sketch allowed me to use my Max on Thanksgiving Day drawing, inspired by the colors of autumn. It was very easy to combine these colors, because they are always on my mind. I love the Fall landscapes!


Card supplies:
Image© of EdithDesigns, brown, blue, golden and rust Bazzill cardstock, german metallic golden cardstock, miscellaneous designer paper, Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 5 and Borderabilities Lattice, Cuttlebug Perfectly Paisley embossing folder, rust color satin ribbon, silk golden thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Friday Sketchers - Sketch
Our Creative Corner - Color challenge
For Fun Challenges - Dry embossing
Stamp Challenges - Something digi
Crafty Hos Challenge - Fall colors
Anything Goes - Emboss it!

Monday, November 8, 2010

My first 2010 Christmas project, easy, easy...

This project is so easy that I will decorate many candles this year! I used candles with batteries, in order to place them anywhere. I used vellum and holographic cardstock. I cut the vellum in different sizes, rolled up and glued on the ends. I cut the cardstock with different punch papers and my Cuttlebug dies, then I added them to the rolled vellum using glue dots and that's it, ready! The easiest Christmas project of all my life!
Note: I am very responsible when using batteries. I always deposit them in appropriate containers for recycling:)
Thanks for your visit today!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Hi again!

I'm back! I spent some vacation time, I also spent some time learning other crafts (which I will show later) and, bad luck, I was sick a few days:( In short, I did not have a minute to be near to my blog for a long time. However, making cards is in my DNA, I cannot leave them! So here I am, eager to start anew.

Today I made a card with the Mojo Monday sketch Contest. I think it is the first time I did not use a drawing. I thought the sketch was special to write a nice greeting. The gold ribbon and the shining butterfly highlighted the Christmas colors.

Card supplies:
Bazzill green cardstock, golden cardstock, miscellaneous designer paper, Cuttlebug Christmas embossing folder, EK Success punch paper, Spellbinders Shapeabilities Butterflies Two, Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Four, glitter paint, special golden ribbon, gold silk thread and my sewing machine.

Thanks for your visit today!

Challenges:
Mojo Monday Contest
The Secret Crafter - Anything that flies
One Stop Craft - Anything goes
Mark Finest Paper - a Holiday card
Lexi's Creations - Anything goes
Stamp and Create - Holiday card
Stamp with Fun - Alles was fliegt
Wild Orchid - Classic Christmas
Flutter By Wednesday - Anything goes with a butterfly

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Spooky Little Rex

Hi! Maybe some of you feel the same... but sometimes I would like to have 26-hour days and weeks of at least 8 days. I have not abandoned my love for this art and I know it's been so long since my last card, but here's my new creation.

He is the spooky Little Bear Rex, which I drew especially for Halloween. Do you I think he is creepy? LOL! Poor thing! I know that Rex is tender and loving.
For this card I used the Mojo Monday Sketch and colors Color Our Creative Corner Challenge and take the opportunity to enter other Challenges. As embellishment I made a Black Rose and I added black glitter to it. Very spooky!

Card supplies:
Image© of Edith Designs (me!), Bazzill cardstock different colors, miscellaneous designer paper, 140Lb Canson watercolor paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Ecoline Inks., Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Two, Cuttlebug border folder, miscellaneous flower and leaves punch papers, black glitter paint, All Night Media Liquid Embossing, organza ribbon, golden silk thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday 159 - Contest
Our Creative Corner Color Challenge
Stamp, Scrap & Doodle Saturdays - Open challenge
Stamptacular Sunday 79 - Layer it on!
The Crafty Pad - Spooky
Lexis Creations - Spooky
Wild Orchid - Stitch it up
Fab'n'Funky Challenge - Use a digi image
Charisma Cardz - Autumn colors
I Did It Creations - Spooky
One Stitch At A Time - Spooky Halloween

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Happy Fall!

Last week I won the Challenge # 36 of "Raise the Bar, Challenge Yourself". I was very happy because my card was chosen by the Design Team among the several cards that were presented.

My prize was to be Guest Bar-Tender for challenge # 37. The theme was Bundle Up! and this is the card I made for the Challenge. I used one of my autumn drawings, the Scarecrow with scarf and belt. I made a couple of flowers very similar to the ones on designer paper. I also added a coat of Crystal Effects to the pumpkins and finished with a beautiful organza bow. I love autumn colors, autumn air, autumn everything!

Card supplies:
Image© of Edith Designs (me!), Bazzill cardstock, Canson 140lb watercolor paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Ecoline inks, miscellaneous designer paper, Spellbinders Label 4, My Collection rhinestones, flowers punch, All Night Media Liquid Embossing, organza ribbon, golden silk thread and my sewing machine.

I will enter this card on the following challenges:
Charisma Cardz: Anything goes
Stamp Something: Fall colors
Scrap, Stamp and Doodle: Stitching. I sew all my cards:)
Drunken Stampers: Fall theme
Crafty Catz: Stitching
Mark Finest Papers: A pumpkin in the card

Thanks for your visit today!

Friday, September 10, 2010

Autumn Wreath

I am almost always running against time on these days! I have delayed in posting a card this week, but here I am again!


Today I will show you my card to the Mojo Monday Contest and a few others. I made it with my new drawings "Autumn" and "Autumn Tag". I love the autumn colors! For the first time I painted the pumpkins using the colors of my computer. I love the results. To paint the tag I used some inks. I added little oak leaves to the wreath and put small beads on the corners.

Thanks for your visit today:)

Card supplies,
Images© of EdithDesigns (me!), Bazzill cardstock different colors, miscellaneous designer paper, Ecoline inks. Cuttlebug Perfectly Paisley and Victoria embossing folders, Sizzix Wedding Set embossing folder, Marvy Uchida Oak leaf punch paper, satin dotted ribbon, Recollections rhinestone Stickers, silk thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday 155 - Contest
The Shabby Tea Room # 26 - Tag You're It
Anything Challenge - Autumn
Creative Inspirations - Fantastic Ribbons
Paper Play Week 36 - Autumn is coming
Raise the Bar - Orange, Brown and Green
Pile it on Challenge # 35 - Pile on the Layers

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Thanks so much!

My new card...
I made it with the Mojo Monday sketch. I have found other Challenges with different requirements of colors and themes, so I tried to include them. I used my drawing "Watering can with flowers" and one of my tickets from my of Tags and tickets collection. On the left corner I added a metallic embellishment that I made with a recycled material. What is it? You can see it here.

Card supplies,
Images© of EdithDesigns, Bazzill cardstock different colors, K&Company Winter Wonderland Specialty Paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Acrilex Metallic Paint, Ecoline inks, Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Scalloped Circle and Square, Spellbinders Classic Corner, Brown Satin Ribbon, off white silk thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday 154
Cupcake Craft - Let's get Digital
Pollicraft 59 - Add a little nature
The Shabby Tea Room - Something new, something old
Our Creative Corner - Color challenge
Speedy the Cat - Any sentiment
AnythingGoes Challenge - Say it with flowers
My time to Craft - In the Garden!
Daisy Doodles - Anything goes!
Moving along with the times 62 - In stitches
Paper Play Week 35 - In stitches

Thursday, August 26, 2010

My cup of tea!

Almost at the last minute! I want to tell to my new visitors that every card that I post here has been made with my own drawings. There is always a new drawing on every new post!

I made this card with my “Cup of Tea" and "My Cup of Tea Tag" drawings. I used two, because one of the challenges in which I will enter required two different stamps. I used the sketch of "Our Creative Corner" because I liked it a lot. I do like the final result with the mix of colors of this card in particular. I painted the cup, which have two layers, with watercolors and I added liquid embossing coat on top. As I printed the drawings in white cardstock, I needed to give some “age” to the the tag. I did it using much diluted Burnt Sienna ink. I love to work with inks:)

Thanks for your visit!

Card Supplies:
Images© of EdithDesigns, Bazzill cardstock, miscellaneous designer cardstock, Canson 140lb watercolor paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Ecoline Burnt Sienna ink, Fiskars flower border punch, Spellbinders Shapeabilities Lattice Pendants, Cuttlebug Perfectly Paisley and Textile Texture embossing folders, All Night Media Liquid Embossing, glitter paint, dew drops, My Collection metal embellishments, satin golden ribbon, off white silk thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Our Creative Corner: Sketch
Practical Scrappers: Lace Cardstock
Lexi's Creations: Emboss it!
Cute Daysy May: Blue and green
Cupcake Craft Challenge: Blue and green
Stamptacular Sunday: Use 2 Stamps
Stamp with Fun: Card for a girl
The Shabby Tea Room: A little bit of metal
Wild Orchid Challenge: make it sparkle
Charisma Cardz: Hot hot

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Just mushrooms....

Hi! So many challenges and so little time! I would love to have more hours to make more cards:)
This time I have a new card to show you, that I made using the Mojo Monday Sketch. I also did my best effort to include the requirements of other challenges on it.

I drew these Mushrooms especially for the Stampartic Challenge, which asks for mushrooms on the card. It was very funny, I love them! I printed the drawing several times to give my card a 3D effect. In fact, the mushrooms and the butterfly have two layers and the ladybug have three layers. She looks great with crystal effect. I included a butterfly because I really like them and I think are good as embellishment. Once I painted it I added a thin layer of glitter to give it a subtle shimmer effect.

Thanks for visiting my blog today!

Card supplies:
Image© of EdithDesigns, Bazzill cardstock, Canson 140lb watercolor paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Ecoline 411 Burnt Sienna ink, miscellaneous designer papers, All Night Media Liquid embossing, Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Scalloped Oval, Fiskars punch and embossing border, flower punch, flower transparent flower button, brown buttons, satin burnt sienna ribbon, silk golden yellow thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday 152
One Stitch at Time - Use punches
Paper Sundaes - Recipe: 4 flowers (4th is on the bow!) three buttons, 2 designer papers
Lexi's Creations - Yellow and Orange
Little Paper Shop 81 - Sewing
Stampartic -Mushrooms
Practical Scrappers - Stitching
Anything Challenge - Three layers
Digital Tuesday - Use your scraps
Crafty Creations - Use butterflies
Flutter by Wednesdays - Recipe: 1 part sparkle, 2 parts designer paper, 3 buttons

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Tag Collection and a Project

Hi, thanks for your visit! For the first time, today I will not show you a card. Today I did a project for the Cuttlebug Challenge "I Can See Clearly Now" and some others....

I was inspired on a recycling project of my friend Cindy. I have to confess that I have a recycling heart. I must also confess that ... yes, I like to cook. I like to investigate different recipes, also the cuisine of different countries and I work on my special recipes from time to time. Between trial and error, I have gathered many recipes that are already “my own recipes”. Sometimes some generous friends have asked me the recipe of something they have tried in my home... then I thought it would be nice to give them my recipes with my little tips. I used a CD case, which I found very functional because it can be open and, as it support itself, you can see the recipe easily. I put a little ring in a corner to have all the recipes together.

I decorated the cover with a couple of scalloped squares, three leaves, a butterfly and one tag of my Tags’ new collection©.

Project supplies:
Tag© of EdithDesigns, Bazzill cardstock, miscellaneous designer paper, Canson watercolor paper, Caran D’ache watercolors, Acrilex glossy paint, All Night Media liquid embossing, Ecoline ink 411 Burnt Sienna, Spellbinders Classic Scallop Square, Swiss Dots Cuttlebug embossing folder, raffia ribbon, Stampin’Up eyelets, Spellbinders Shapeabilities Butterflies Two, flower punch paper, Cricut Home Accents.

Challenges
Cuttlebug Challenge - I Can See Clearly Now
Fab'n'Funky Challenges ~ Use your favorite colors
Flutter by Wednesday # 117 ~ Open Challenge
Penny's Challenges ~ Anything goes
Simon Says Stamps and Show ~ Thing with wings
Stampotique Designers ~ Wings, wings
I did it Creations ~ Anything goes
Kards and Klay ~ Use your Favorite Digital Stamp (my last is always my favorite!)

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

My Teddy Bear...

Hello! Thanks for visiting:) This week I have found several challenges that ask for including a Teddy Bear, so I finally used my Rex, my Teddy Bear.

I drew Rex as a Teddy Bear some time ago and I have not had the opportunity for him to be in my cards. Unfortunately, as a child I did not have a Teddy Bear, but I treasured everyone of my crayons:)

Returning to the challenges, in this card I used the Mojo Monday Sketch 151. I added a few details to participate in other challenges too:) I printed the image several times for a 3D effect. Rex has green eyes and they look great with crystal finish. In addition to the drawing, I made the flowers and the butterflies. I like to use my embossing folders in my cards. I think they are a great detail to decorate them. I also used my sewing machine, but I did not want to the stitches stand out much, because I used light colors in the background.


Card supplies,
Image© of EdithDesigns, Bazzill cardstock, Canson 140lb watercolor paper, miscellaneous designer paper, Caran D’Ache watercolors, Decoart Craft Twinkles Writer orange color, EK Success Fleur de Lis border punch, Clearsnap ColorBox brown, In Spades Spellbinders Borderabilities, Cuttlebug Textile Texture embossing folder, All Night Media crystal effect, flowers and butterflies punch papers, bronze color beads, organza ribbons, off white silk thread and my sewing machine.

Challenges:
Mojo Monday 151
Clearly I Stamp #16 - Cutte and Fuzzy
Speedy the Cat # 15 - Make your own embellishments
Just Cute Bears # 29 - Bear and Me
Creatalicius Challenge # 12 - Some 3D
I Did It # 16 - Cute, Cute, Cute
Fantabulouscricut Challenge Me Monday #22 - Smile
Simon Says Stamp - Things with Wings
Digital Tuesday - Butterflies
Our Creative Corner - It's embossable