Friday, November 30, 2012

Christmas Wish List

Hi Friends! Its Festive Fridays over at My Cricut craft room and today we were to make Wish list. I used the Close to my Heart Art Philosophy Cartridge to create my wish list cards.

Here's a picture and then I will tell you what I did.
The tree cut is from pg 52 @ 3 1/2"
The label cut is from pg 65 @ 3"

I then stamped the word wish and hand wrote the word list.

On the inside of my standard size card I added 2 sheets of white paper cut at 4 by 5 for me and my hubby to write our Christmas wishes on.
Very easy way to make a list so that I will know just what he wants and more importantly so that he knows what I want haha!!!

Thanks for stopping by. Please head over to My Cricut craft room and see what the other design team sisters made.

Dont forget to join us tomorrow for our 100 cartridge blog hop.

Crafty Hugs!
Tuesday, November 27, 2012

All About ME blog hop!

Hi Guys! Thanks for joining us on this fun hop. You should have hopped over from  . If not please start at     . All the ladies in the hop would love to share their projects and you don't want to miss any of them.

So Here is my project.

I decided to do a collage type page just to share some of my favorite things.
Ok So My name is Sarah and I am 32 years young.

A list of some of my Favorites not Pictured
color: Lime Green
Food: Egg Rolls
Music: Every type specially Country
TV show: Big Brother or Law and Order. I have watched every episode of both.
Drink: Sweet Tea or Sun drop, its kind of a southern thing
Ice Cream: Butter Pecan
Candy: Snicker with Almonds
Movie: Pretty Woman
Actress: Julia Roberts, Reese Witherspoon, 

I know there is a lot on there so I have broke it down into a few photos and I will tell you about ME..
<----- I love shopping, specially for craft supplies.
I am spoiled Thanks to My Mom and Dad when I was little and no to my Husband.
I love playing The Sims 3. Which in case you don't know is a simulation computer game. I fell in love with the game back when the 1st edition came out back in 2000. I can play for hours and hours. Basically its a game where you get to control the life of a Sim.

-----> I love Creating and being crafty. My passion is making cards. I got my 1st cricut 3 years ago and now I have 3 of them.

I love cupcakes. My favorties are red velvet and Maple bacon. Yum!

I have an older sister who is 8 yrs older than me. i love her so much. 

 I love Stars. I love them so much I have them Tattooed on my Foot.
My favorite time of the Year is Fall. I love when the weather starts cooling down and there is a crispness in the air, and all the leaves start changing colors.

My nickname since I was little has been Cricket. My Grandfather gave it to me when I was less than a year old because he said that I was always making noise just like a Cricket. I don't think I talk to much. but oh well it kinda stuck.

My Favorite saying is Believe in Yourself. I think that word is such a strong word and again I got it tatted on my wrist so that anytime I feel hopeless or feel like giving up I can look down and know that if I believe in The Good Lord above and in myself that I can do anything and can get through anything.

That is just a pic of me. I love when I color my hair Red. And I love to inspire other to Create or to be a better person, it just so happens that the word was on a rainbow because I really like them. you will never see a rainbow unless you weather the storm. 

So there it is all About me. Well alot about me. I hope you enjoyed hearing about Me. I really enjoyed making my collage and telling you some tidbits about ME.

Ok so what is a hop with out blog candy!!! Shelley has some great candy up for grabs.. Check out what you can win.All you have to do is comment and follow all of the wonderful blogs in the hop!!!

over 50 dollar value

Now please hop on over to Cathy Derouche
Here is the whole line up in case you get lost along the way!
1.  Shelley Peeler

2.  Judy Hardwick
Stay Crafty

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Card Creating Tuesday! Falling for you card

Hi Crafty Friends!

Today is card creating Tuesday and the design team were to make Thanksgiving cards or place cards. I decided that I would make a little Thanksgiving card for my Husband to let him know how much I am thankful for him.

So Lets get started.

For my card I used a craft card base to make an A2 card which measures 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 when folded.

Then I cut my mat layers. The plaid is cut at 4" by 5 1/4
The Orange layer is 3" by 3 3/4
The Green layer is  which I then ran thru the cuttle bug using a folder( from the paper studio sold at hobby lobby) before placing my paper in the folder I inked the folder front(the side with the words) with shabby shutter distress ink. Then I carefully closed the folder and ran it thru the bug.
I love that effect.

I then cut the tree using Create a Critter 2 from page 63 at 3 1/2".

The cuts

I then used a studio g stamp to emboss the sentiment on green card stock.
I then used the deco scallop punch  to punch a border out in the same orange card stock as the leaves.

Next I adheared all the layer together
 Then added the tree with foam tape.

and that finished up my card. Here it is again.

Thanks for stopping by to see my project. To see more Thanksgiving projects please visit My Cricut Craft Room

Crafty Hugs
Sunday, November 11, 2012

Thankful Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the ‘Thankful’ Bloghop! This is the time of year we really reflect on what we have to be thankful for. One of those things I am thankful for is scrapbooking and all the crafts, supplies and people that go along with it. A group of people is joining me today, and tomorrow, to share projects that all have the word ‘thank’ on them.

In addition to seeing a lot of awesome creations, there is some blog candy available too. If you comment on everyone’s bloghop post you will be entered to win the goodies. You don’t have to become a follower of the ‘Afternoon Scrapper’ blog too, but it would be great if you did. The prize is a mix of paper, stickers, mists, stencils stickers and more as pictured here: 

Hi Crafty Friends! Thank you for hopping along with us on the ThankFul blog hop. There are some great projects for you to see. You should have hopped over from Jearise .
 if not you may want to start at the beginning so you see it all

well lets jump right into my project.

Here's a picture then I will tell you all about it.

The squirrel  is from Create a Critter 2 pg 63 cut at 3 1/2"
The acorn is on the same page and cut at 2"
card base is 5 by 4
The yellow layer is 4 3/4 by 3 3/4
the leaf layer is 4 by 3 1/2
the orange layer is 1 1/2 by 3 1/2

I assembled the layers and the die cuts. I then added stitching with white gel pen to the orange layer and to the squirrel.
The Thankful is chipboard letters.
for the acorn I added some crystal stickles and popped it up
I also added some golden rod stickles to the band of his hat.

I hope that you liked my card. it was really fun to make.

Next Hop on over to Charity Semczyszyn

Here is the Entire line up in case you get lost along the way,

  1. Melanie Rozwood 
  2. Claire Rambo
  3.  Jenn Jackson
  4.   Robin Caroll 
  5. Ashely Walker 
  6. Amanda Youkilis 
  7. Misses Crafty 
  8. Diana Rivero
  9.  Jearise Havenga www. 
  10. Sarah Walker Woodring   (you are here)
  11. Charity Semczyszyn          NEXT
Thursday, November 8, 2012

Grateful Bear card

Hi Friends. I just wanted to quickly show you a card that I made with Create a Critter 2!

  I cut this cute little bear from pg 64 @ 3 1/2 inches. 

I just used some paper from my stash and used the deco scallop punch to create the scalloped boarder around the sentiment piece.
The stamp is from studio G.

sorry for such a quick post, I just wanted to share this cutie,

If you have any questions please ask.

Crafty Hugs!

Sunday, November 4, 2012

The letter S with My Cricut Craft Room

Hi Crafters! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I spent time with my mom for her birthday and we made these cute little snowmen. It just happened that today was the Letter S on My Cricut Craftroom. 

Here is my project and then I will tell you what we did.
For this project I used the Wrap it up Cricut cartridge to cut the boxes. They are found on pg 43 of the handbook. I used the box function key. 
I cut the boxes at 7", 8 1/4" and 9"

I then ran the cuts through the cuttlebug with the snowflake folder. I had to fold the paper and run them through several times to get most of the box shapes embossed.  

I then assembled the boxes and then stacked them together using hot glue(it seemed to work best).

I added buttons for his jacket and his cheeks. 

I wanted him to have on ear muffs instead of a top hat so I used pipe cleaners and made to "muff"part by rolling the pipe cleaner around itself.( I would have used pom poms but I didn't have them)  and the  just a piece of pipe cleaner for the band of the ear muffs. 

For his arms I just made a circle at the in of the pipe cleaner and then put a slit in the side of the middle box to attach the arms. 

I drew on his mouth and added some google eyes. 

I then used Aleen's glitter snow to give him a little something extra. 

I love the way he turned out. He makes me smile when I see him. I am going to make different ones to represent the people in my family. 

Thank you for stopping by my blog today. To see more projects with the letter S head over to My Cricut Craft Room to see what my Design Team sisters have made. 

Crafty Hugs and Love