Saturday, June 26, 2010

Alternated letters

These initials are for a granddaughter. Her room has a decor of butterflies and flowers. So, these wooden letters were covered with butterfly scrapbook paper. The same items used on the zebra initials below were used on the butterfly initials. Thanks to I was able to make these initials for two of my grandaughters.

2nd Alternated Letters

The above initials were made for another granddaughter. This granddaughter loves zebras and her room has recently been redecorated in a zebra-stripe theme.
Wooden initials (Michael's)
Mod Podge (Michael's)
The Paper Studio scrapbook paper (Hobby Lobby)
Wooden zebra and butterfly (Hobby Lobby)

Friday, June 18, 2010

The Hair Salon

Okay, since I was going to The Hair Salon, I thought I would surprise my hair dresser, Brittany with a few items. Her birthday was this past weekend and I haven't had a chance to run by and give her anything. So, before I left this morning, I decided to make her something for her salon.
I made a vinyl chandelier, sizzors, and the letter "B" using the Wall Decor cartridge. I wanted to make a video doing this, but I had to do this quickly. Maybe next time.
Above are pictures of each item after we placed them on her mirror (while I was waiting for my gray hair to turn auburn) LOL!
Hope you enjoy!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Dino-Mite Dinosaur card

This card was made using the Dinosaur Cartridge. The words "Dino-Mite" are from the Life's a Beach Cartridge. This was made for my grandson, Braydon. He loves dinosaurs and loves to imitate them by roaring and stomping around like a dinosaur.
The first picture you see is the inside of the card. Again, the dinosaur tag was from the Dinosaur Cartridge. The card was stamped using a clear stamp set from Joanne's. I believe it is called Family. The grass was created using a Martha Steward punch.


Friday, June 11, 2010

Busy, busy, busy!

Sorry we haven't put up a new post in a little while. We have been so busy. Hazel, the mother, has been taking care of my dad. He just had surgery on his broken femur and had his hip replaced for the second time about 3 weeks ago. She has to get him well and walking good for our cruise in July. (Can't wait)

I, the daughter, have been getting ready for my girls recital this week. They have had practice everyday so far. Just getting costumes and such together takes a lot of time. Hopefully, after this weekend, we will have more time to craft. I've got some great ideas.

Next, week, I will be getting ready for my daughters birthday and slumber party. This will be my first to plan for her. Any ideas for games would be greatly appreciated.

Happy crafting,

The 2 Pink Ladies

Monday, June 7, 2010

Cricut Lites-Have you heard???

Hey everyone! Have you heard of the new product from Cricut called Cricut Lites? It's a type of Cricut Cart, but just a little bit different.

They are available at Walmart. They are about $39. I picked one up yesterday called "Dude!" and it happens to be one that has dirtbikes on it.

I made a card this morning using that cart. My two youngest sons ride dirtbikes and it was perfect for them. We have a blog if you want to check out their videos and pictures.

Anyway, I hope you like this card.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Winner Announced!!!

Hey everyone!!! We have a winner of the pack of scrapbook paper. Thanks to everyone who did leave a comment on any of the posts. We appreciate you visiting our blog.

The winner is....ANDREA!!!!

Congratulations Andrea!!

We will be contacting you shortly.

The 2 Pink Ladies

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Free Stack of scrapbook paper!

Anyone who leaves a comment on any of our videos or pictures will get a chance to win a stack of scrapbook paper. We will draw on Friday, June 4, 2010. Below are a few pictures of what you might be able to win.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Father's Day card by Kristine's daughter

She used Everyday Paper Dolls cricut cartridge. Various cardstocks and Peachy Keen Face stamps as well as "Dad" stamp from Michaels.

Graduation Card 2010

This is a graduation card I made for my son Joseph. I used Cursive 101 Cricut Cartridge and Xyron for the lettering to make them stick to the card.