Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Lighthouse using file

I can't believe I forgot to post this great lighthouse.  I used an svg file from and some scrapbook paper I had that had Maine written across it in different fonts.  I gave this to my daughter for her birthday.  She is finally getting to go to Maine with me this summer and I am so excited to be able to spend some time with her there.  This lighthouse is really great in that it has a tea light at the top to make it really look light a light house and it comes apart toward the bottom.  It makes a hollow shape and I put some "lobster" money in there for her.

Two camping cards using svg files from Miss Kate Cuttables

I did these two cards using svg files from Miss Kate's Cuttables.  They were both scrapbook page titles and I just resized them for cards.  I really liked how these turned out

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Pool Table SVG

Wow, this has been a busy 5 months for birthdays, anniversaries and special events.  Some friends we go motorcycle riding with recently bought a new house which has a great game room.  They found a really neat pool table and had it recovered with felt in "electric blue" instead of the normal shade of green and it is so pretty!  Stevie had a birthday when we were on our recent motorcycle trip to Galveston so I made this for him and filled it with chocolate candy.  This SVG cut can be found at ,  What makes it really neat is that their pool table really looks like this one.

Travel Trailer SVG

I have been having so much using the Cricut Explore and SVG cuts that it's making me want to do more and more of them.  This is a set from and can be found at .  I did this one for my son's birthday and put candy in the bottom.  I just loved the flamingos and the look of this cute vintage travel trailer.

Card of Encouragement

Here's a card I made for my daughter's coworker to give to her daughter.  She is in the 2nd grade and trying out for cheerleader so I sent her this card of encouragement.  I used Create A Friend for all the images except for Varsity Letter (for the "R" on her shirt.  The paper was from an old 4 x 6 paper pad that was in my stash