More Cosmo Cricket

This layout uses the Halfway House Line.

This layout uses the Get Happy Line.

I just love all the elements within each kit and how easily everything goes together.


Cosmo Cricket DT time

Made with Cosmo Cricket's Jack's Word
Pattern Paper: Cosmo Cricket's Jack's World
Stamp: Hero Arts
Ink: Staz on
Ribbon (my stash)
Brads: Creating Keepsakes
Another card with Jack's World. I love how versatile this paper is - it's not just for kids.
Cardstock: Bazzill
Pattern Paper: Cosmo Cricket Jack's World
Punch: Martha Stewart, Stampin Up

I love the Cosmo Cricket Haunted Collection. It is also extremely versatile and doesn't necessarily mean you have to use it for Halloween pictures. I chose this photo and incorporated this collection for a Fall photo shoot.

Pattern Paper: Cosmo Cricket Haunted Collection
Journaling Tags: Cosmo Cricket Haunted Collection
Brads: Making Memories
Stamps: Autumn Leaves, Making Memories
Ink: Staz on
Other: Metal words

I then used the papers and quickly and easily created a Halloween goodie bag

(Created for the Scrapfriends Review of the Cosmo Cricket Haunted Collection)


Mosh Posh is having a Guest DT search - here are my entries

Bazzill cardstock
American Crafts Thickers
Maya Road tag
Quickutz font

Bazzill Cardstock
TPC papers
Cricut Expression
Hello Kitty Font
Stone Script Font


Cards cards and more cards

I've been on a cardmaking frenzy lately

These 2 are made with the Cricut cartridge: Life is a Beach - how fun they were to make.

This one was made with the new line from TPC - they have it at Scrapbookexpress and it's beautiful, glittery paper.



I created this layout based on Becky Fleck's Pagemaps sketch this week. Hoping to win some Basic Grey.


Check out this eye candy

Wouldn't this be a wonderful prize to win?

June contest at Scrapbookexpress

Need an excuse or a good reason to scrap black and white photos?
Then head over to Scrapbookexpress (click on the link to the right) and check out the fun June color contest now in process.


The Wedding Box

My niece asked me to take a plain wood box and decorate it for her wedding. She wanted some place to put her wedding cards. Having only 10 days to prepare, I wasn't sure what I wanted to do with it. But I did know I was going to use Basic Grey Blush papers - shades of pinks and browns were perfect for a wedding. After some thinking and planning, I finally decided what to do and this is the result:

Basic Grey pattern paper
Cricut Storybook cartridge (side swirls)
Cricut Home Accents cartridge (labels)
Cricut Calligraphy cartridge
Pink paint