A fun descontructed Strawberry shortcake for Mother's Day.
started with a large round Chipboard box and covered it with pattern
papers I printed on my Imagine. I added lace and twine, then
embellished it with rosettes and strawberries.
I made rosettes using the Cuttlebug and the Cuttlebug Scallop Rosettes kit.
Knowing the box wasn’t going to be deep enough, I put a ring of stencil material inside my box. I used the stencil material by Provo Craft
and left the protective release liner on it. You can also extend the
box height with cardstock, but I liked the matte look of this stencil
material and chose to use it. The top will now sit on top of the stencil
Cricut Craft Room
Cricut Expression 2
Cricut Rock Princess (strawberry vine)
Cricut Preserves (strawberry tags)
Cricut Ribbons and Rosettes (border)
Imagine Elise (pattern paper)
Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder
Cuttlebug Simply Charmed Emboss Set
Cuttlebug Scallop Rosette Quilling Kit
Other: Circle Chipboard box, Cricut Stencil Material, cardstock, inks, twine, buttons, lace.
When it's time to give gifts, I try to think of something to make for the recipient(s). Kids are certainly easier than adults and I ...
Well, perhaps I didn't build a better mouse trap, but I did manage a prettier mouse trap. Do you do what I do and wander around s...
Merry Christmas! I hope all are enjoying your holiday. Here's some of what I gave for gifts this year. Was in shirt-mode! (F...
Hello. Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. I've been busy adding things to my shop and trying new things. I've added some ...