Guess what??? My daughter earned 1st place for her science project!!! She is so proud.....now she wants her own Cricut so she can cut letters out when she wants.
My project today is for the 2nd challenge at the SSPT blog. The requirements are:
THINK ICE CREAM!
1)Create a project, any project, using a Neapolitan ice cream theme. 2)Use all three colors; chocolate, strawberry and vanilla. 3)Use your favorite flavor as the dominant color in your project.
I made a name plaque for my daugther using the Hello Kitty font. This was the first time I actually cut one of the Disney Princesses. I had fun putting her together except the eyes. (Which now I realize aren't put in correctly) Practice makes perfect. The bird cage is a Cottage Cutz die. TFL.
These are the items I completed yesterday. I used my new SU Top Note Die and Chatterbox Brad maker on both items. I used a piercing temple from Our Daily Bread on the card. The piercing temple makes a nice design on the card and is very easy to use. The dashed lines on the card are from using the New Scorebug with the Scorepal. You may have to double click on the picture to see the details. TFL
My daugther and I used my Expression to cut out the letters for her science project. Prea embossed the letters all by herself using Cuttlebug folders and my Bigshot. We even used punches and nesties. My husband came in the room and said, Deborah, it's a science project, not a craft project!!!! Of course I responded, "Well, it will be a "cute" science project now!"
A new challenge has been posted at the SSPT blog so please stop by and see what the designers are creating. I haven't started on my SSPT project yet, I'm still trying to decide what to create. Thanks for stopping by....
I just finished my first project for the SSPT design team. This has been an extremely busy week for me and it hasn't slowed down yet. My project submission is a Flower Pot Card that is blooming with everything SWEET! I enjoyed making this card and will create others similar to it in the very near future. This card will be super sweet for Mothers' Day. I used Brazil paper and I beleive the plaid paper is out of the Sweet Stack, but I could be wrong. The cupcakes and strawberries are from the Hello Kity Greetings cart. The word "Sweet" came from the New Arrival cart. The butterfly and ladybug are Quickkutz dies. Also, I used Oval and Scalloped Oval Nesties. TFL.
I'm still working on items for my cousins birthday. Today, I etched a plate and made a simple card. This weekend will be busy for me so I expect to start assisting my daughter on her science project and complete the challenge for SSPT on or before April 14, 2009.