Thursday, May 11, 2017

Coffee Birthday Card

I love making cards for family and friends and customizing it to them.

One of my cousin's was celebrating her birthday in January and she enjoys a cuppa joe. I had this bright idea of making a card and putting a single serving coffee and cream. It was a good thought but proved a little hard to execute. Not that it was hard to make. But it took more thought and lots of do-overs!



CS: misc from my stash

Stamps: SU - Espressoly for you & ????

Ink: Handsome Hunter ?? (SU),

Flower: Prima, misc from stash

Button: Misc from stash

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Tea bag card

I love tea and have friends that loves tea too. I had remembered seeing a tea bag tutorial so I went over to Splitcoast Stampers to search for that tut. It was so easy to do!

I made one for a really good friend who had sent me a RAK with some tea bags so I made one card for her. Then, she referred me to a tea swap group and I made another for my partner!

This is the one I did for my friend Becky.


This is the Valentine's Day tea card,


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Test number 2

Trying to see if this goes to my Facebook page!

Testing this out...trying to get back

Okay, so I know I've been MIA...had a lot going on.  I'm going to try to bring some new things on my blog. I just need to test things out to make sure they post where I want them, lol!

Saturday, January 3, 2015

First project of 2015

Why is it when I have the time to sit in my craft area, I have absolutely NO MOJO????  

I got a 4x6 Pad, found some sheets that I could possibly make some cards with and looked at them.  I looked at them for a really looonnggg time.  Nothing happened.

After a while, I thought, Valentine's Day is coming up.  I should try to make something for Honey.  He has ten employees that he is over.  So, I sat *again* trying to think of something.  I then proceeded to search on the net something.

I came across this blog and thought, that's cute.  I can do that, I think!  LOL!  The hard part was trying to find a die-cut image from the Cricut cartridges I had that might work.

At last, I did create a rough-draft.  I'll cut the rest since I have all the measurements and buy the candy.  Now my Honey will have something to give his work Peeps on V-Day!!!  Maybe I can come up with something of my own creation before then.  If not, that's okay.

CS:  Misc from my stash
Twine:  Pink Sorbet (The Twinery)Audio) (it's on the bow)
Cricut Cartridges:  
Accent Essentials (Accnt 48, page 79, cut at 4 1/2 in.)  for the owl face
Straight from the Nest (Banner, page 65, cut at 1 in.) for the beak
Medium, 1 7/16" scallop (Recollections)
1 3/8" circle (EK Success) for the white
3/4" circle (EK Success) for the black
Signo White gel pen

Monday, February 14, 2011

Luck of the Irish

Here is my St. Patrick's Day card. I designed this card when I told my friend Ranea that I would join the monthly card swap for her store, Scrap 2 It. I had so much doing this card. Okay, this is how much fun and how excited I was to do it. I designed this card the day I joined and it wasn't even due till weeks later!

Here is the recipe:
Cricut Expression and Gypsy
DP: The Paper Studio - Lined Shamrocks
CS: misc from my stash
Cricut cartridge: Simply Charmed (Leprechaun cut @ 2.26 x 2.41 & pot of gold cut @ 2.96 x 2.01) and Tags, Bags, Boxes & More (tag cut at 2.75 x 0.75)
Stamps: All Year Cheer II (SU)
See D's #50855 Luck of the Irish (by Inque Boutique)
Bling: Rhinestone stickers (Michael's)
Ink: Always Artichoke (SU)
Smooch: Gold Lame
Stickles: Yellow
Sakura Glaze: Yellow (xpgb#803)
Ribbon: Olive - Organdy (SU)

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Get-well card

Here is a card I made for one of the yahoo craft groups I'm in. It was for a Get-well card swap. I made 6 of these for the swap. I was really itching to use my Gypsy to make a window card. I didn't think it was too bad! LOL!

I lost my recipe notes, so I'll have to try to remember as best as I can what I used.

I used my Gypsy to design the card. I welded to scallopped squares together to make the base of the card. I welded the butterfly to the window part of the front. And I cut a rectangle out for the inside of the card.
For the butterfly, I cut another butterfly image with the DP for the front. Then, I used the same size butterfly image, but hid all the lines to do a 'blackout' and adhered that to the back part.

Gypsy: Gypsy Wandering scallopped square (2 squres welded together 5.51 x 8.40 and inside rounded corner rectangle cut @ 5.50 x 4.25) & butterfly (cut @ 3.50 x 3.38)

DP: DCWV, I don't remember what stack though. I think it is the Blossom's & Butterfly stack
CS: I think it is Colorbok
Flower: don't remember
Stamp sentiment: don't remember

Hmmm...I'm good aren't I? LOL! I thought I had all my notes, but I thought wrong! At least I did remember to take a pic of the card!

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Soon to be posted - cards I've done!

This year has been kinda crazy for us. Hubby FINALLY offered a job (after over nine months of searching). The new job is three hours south of us, so that means preparing to Move and Selling the house! So much craziness going on that the last few weeks I have not been able to craft.

So, I'm going to share some cards I made before the craziness started! Hope you all like them!

Friday, February 11, 2011

Challenge Card: For Magnolia Card and Kit Swaps

Hey Everybunnie!

Here is a card I did for one of the groups I'm in. It's a card sketch for a Magnolia group.

Thanks for stopping by!!

Hugs! Buffie

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Bo-bunny give-away on Robert's Arts and Crafts blog!!

Hey everybunnie!

I've been really busy...I promise to get back here shortly!'s a GREAT give-away! HoP to Roberts Arts & Craft's blog...they are giving away an AWESOME uber cute (pink and fave colors) tote and TONS ($250 worth of products)!!!!

You gotta hurry and do this though, because they will be drawing a winner Friday (Feb. 04) in the morning ( 8 am - MST).


Saturday, January 8, 2011

Freebie Friday from Roberts Arts and Crafts

Hey everbunnies!

I just wanted to let you all know about a cool new give-away (not mine...yet!). Roberts Arts and Crafts, a great place in Utah - though I have never been, has started back their Freebie Friday's again. What is it? Roberts Arts and Crafts teams up with a great sponsor and gives away a cool prize! Seriously, a cool prize. And I should know because I was one of their winners!!!

Anywhoo....this past Friday (January 7), is the start of 2011's Freebie Friday. And the sponsor is Imaginisce! I {heart} Imaginisce! And I have soooo been debating the I-Rock! You know, because I LOVE bling!!!

Sooo..I know you are thinking, why am I blabbing about this! Because....I want you to go to Roberts Arts & Crafts blog and enter!!!! Try to win!!!!! Follow the directions to submit more than one entry.

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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Challenge Card

Hey Everbunnies! So, I am trying really hard to craft more cards. I figured, I would visit various challenge blogs and enter them. That way, I would be creative (something I have not been for awhile), use my things (I have TONS of stuff I have not been using), maybe win some new stuff (especially when a prize is involved) and have cards to my stash!

Well...enough blabbing on my end. Here is my card. I am entering this card for two different challenges:

More Than Favors Wacky Wednesday Challenge #20 - Color Challenge: use the colors Turquoise, Red and White. The prize is Recollections 10 piece tool set.

My Favorite Things Wednesday Stamp Club - Getting Sketchy: every Wednesday they post a new sketch for you to follow.

Here's my card:

Cricut: Create-A-Critter (Owl, cut at 1.75x1.94)
Cricut: Just Because (Oval, cut at 2.28x3.71)
Cricut: New Arrival (Banner, cut at 2.31x1.60)
CS: Tuquoise, Red, White, Yellow, Brown (from stash)
Scallop Border and 5 rectangle strips: Frames & Tags, Valentine's Collection (Target, $1 section)
Sizzix Embossing Plate: Hearts, Retro
Stamp: Punny-licious (My Pink Stamper)
Frost White (Colorbox)
Cyan (Colorbox)
Tempting Turquoise (Stampin'Up!)
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