This card didn't turn out the way I pictured it in my mind but it's still cute. I used Doodlecharms for the baby bottle, the duck, and the diaper bag. Olivia is from Opposites Attract. The owl is from Create a Critter and I handmade the onesies. In the back there is a milk jug and that's from Create a Critter too. I made a pocket on the diaper bag for the owl, onesies, and the bottle. I didn't glue those down, so Olivia's mom could use them for her scrapbook.
Well I know Thanksgiving is over... but this card is so cute I had to post it. I only used Create a Critter for this project. I embossed the turkey feathers with D'Vine Swirl Cuttlebug folder and Swiss Dots for the turkey. I added a piece of stripe ribbon to the top hat to add a little color. I also added glitter to the swirls on the turkey feathers.
The inside of the card is my favorite part. Since I made this card for my niece, I used Thanksgiving jokes for the sentiment.
What happened when the turkey got into a fight? ---he got the stuffing knock out of him!
Which side of the turkey has the most feathers? --- the outside!
My favorite blogger Donna, posted a cut file for a criss cross card and I couldn't resist trying it out. If you want to make one too, check out her blog! The skull is from Indie Art Cartridge and it matched my paisley skull paper perfectly. All the paper is from DCWV. I did emboss the solid blue piece under the ribbon to all just a little more detail. For the inside card, I faux stitched it with a Gelly Roll pen and added a computer generated sentiment.
I made this card for my friend's sister last October. She had a Halloween princess party. I was crunched for time and this is what I came up with... LOL. I used Indie Art Cartridge for the skull. Using design studio, I welded two blackout skulls together to make the card. The crown is from Sweet Treats cartridge and happy birthday if from Create a Critter.
For the inside, I printed a computer generated message then cut it using my Cricut. I added the crown and a few rhinestones and "poof" I was done.