Saturday, November 30, 2013

Its Christmas Card Time!!

Merry Christmas!....well almost. Can you believe it really is right around the corner? AHHH! I am in a hurry for it to get here but at the same time I am wondering how I am going to get everything done by the time it does get here! Well, at least I have one card made..tee hee.
Of course I used my Pazzles Creative Cutter to cut it out. I'm tellin' you if you don't have this machine yet. You NEED it! I also used files from the Pazzles Cutting Library.There are thousands of files available in the library in wpc and svg formats.
For this card I used the Holly Swoop file and the Poinsettia & Bow file from the 9th day of the 12 days of Christmas series in the projects section. The music paper background is called "Sing the Carols" from October Afternoon. All the plain cardstock is from Recollections. I curved the petals and leaves on the poinsettia to give it dimension and added a few punched circles in the center. I also chalked the edges of the card and poinsettia before assembling it.
Well, that’s one card down and a ton more to! But with my Pazzles I know I can get them done in a snap! I hope you have a fabulous Christmas and you get everything done you need to before it gets here!

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Sunday, November 24, 2013


Ok, I totally stole this I've seen a lot of them on-line so I am not sure who to give credit to for the original design. But it was so cute I just had to duplicate it. Most of the ones I saw on-line used paper, but paper wouldn't last a minute in this So I used vinyl instead. You can wipe it down and I figured it would hold up to grimy hands and Santa-tizer I cut everything out using my Pazzles Creative Cutter. I'm telling you, the Pazzles cuts vinyl like butter...butter I tell you! I made a few for my house and a few for my kiddos teachers. I think they will bring a little more Christmas cheer into our holiday!

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

I got my eye on you!!!

I made this eye box using  my Pazzles Creative Cutter, the round box file and the eyeball card file found in the Pazzles Craft Room.  It goes together really fast and is a simple project even for the beginner.  I originally made it for a Halloween project but one of my clients is an optometrist and I am going to surprise him and fill it with candy and leave it on his desk at home.  I showed it to his wife, and she said, "I'd better make a few as his co-workers are going to want one too".