As many of us are, my family is a creature of habit. At least once or twice a month we go a local restaurant for Sunday breakfast, and always go to the same waitress. Since we have been going there so long we have become somewhat attached to her, she always treats us special and Josh just loves her. Josh wanted to give her one of the ornaments he had made; so I had to make sure there was a gift box that was just as special. I cut the box from the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge and used the paper from the CTMH Believe Paper Pack. I used the Share the magic CTMH stamp set for the Jolly Ol' St Nick the added some of the new spark fluff to Santa's beard and fur. Josh was so excited to give it to her this morning, and she loved the ornament, card (One last letter to Santa) and gift box.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
My son Josh is a such a giving kid and loves to give little gifts that he makes to all of our family, his teachers, and all of the family friends we have. Since Grandma and Papa moved to Florida, we go down and visit, one the first visit he became enamored with Grandma and her group of girlfriends that walk the dogs each day. He wanted to make them all a Christmas gift, and what do you need to put such a special gift in...A special gift box. So using the Art Philosophy Cartridge I cut out the gift box and used the stamp set and paper from the CTMH Believe Workshop kit to make this extra special gift box. To give Santa some dimension, I used the white liquid applica to add "puff" to his beard and fur. To glitz it up a bit, I added packages from the same stamp set and finished them with some stickle bows. I am sure that one of Grandma's friends will love this box.
After a long week at work some relaxing scrapbooking fun with my friends is just what the doctor ordered. Not having any idea what I was going to work on, I decided to continue with the exploration of my Cricut Cartridges. After my son I created the cute little elf card, I wanted to make some more of the cute little guys. The question is what....so I was thinking what is one of the first things you associate with Santa? Letters to Santa of course, so using the Jolly Holidays Cricut Cartridge, I created this cute little fella delivering a letter to Santa’s mailbox. As if Santa's Elf’s aren't cute enough by themself, some liquid glaze and stickles make them ADORABLE!