Saturday, April 10, 2010

Well, my family and I enjoyed a beautiful day today, and even squeezed in a little time for crafting. Robyn at posted a challenge today. It was to use the Cricut and the colors pink, green, and black to create something. So here are our the results of our work.

I created the Just a Note card on the right using the new Simply Beautiful paper from Creative Memories, black cardstock and dollar ribbon from Michael's, and white cardstock from Stampin' Up. The envelope and heart were cut at 2 1/2 inches from the Doodlecharms cartridge. The Just a Note stamp comes from a set that I purchased from Joanne Fabrics. Emma, who is five, made the bottle card on the left. Riley, who is two, joined us after waking up from her nap and made the little flower card in the front.

Enjoy the beautiful weekend!


  1. CUTE CUTE CUTE cards! I see that you are a teacher! I have the utmost respect for teachers! I don't know how you do, but kudos to you because I think teachers have the most hardest jobs ever & do not get rewarded for what you do!Thanks for joining us @ MPS!
    BTW, I am a "Lunch Lady" I work in a school cafeteria & I LOVE it!;)

  2. Very cute card! I, too, also participated in the challenge! I just started my very first blog and I am teacher as well. We sure do have lots in common. I can't wait to see some of your other projects. Take care and if you would like to see my creation, here is my blog.


  3. VERY CUTE Cards! I love the subtle pink in your card, it makes it stand out. Love it! And I of course especially love your kids cards. That is great that you had them create a card too. Thank you and them for participating in the MPS Color Challenge!