Everyone has a story to tell, here's mine sprinkled with some creative projects along the way.
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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Rest of the GCD + Graffix projects

Have you been following our fun GCD and Graffix share this week. If you have not, check the GCD studios blog and start there.

Today is the day we share the rest of our projects. Here's mine.....

Little Patriots layout

this layout was made with the funky film papers and GCD's Carnival collection.I also added a journaling block from the Vintage boy collection to house my title.
I love the funky film, it's self adhesive, thin enough to go through my die cut machine and the shiny papers were very inspiring.

I did a subtle 3d design with the funky films by cutting stars out of them and layering the stars on the same color film. When you look at it first you don't notice the raised stars but if you look closer the stars pop out from the background paper.

I thought the rockets red glare ribbons added greatly to the themed page.
I created a visual triangle with the flower tab on the top, the title block and my journaling strips.

Happy Spring tag

This one was made using the Grafix rubon sheet and GCD Sunny days collection pack.
I stamped some flowers onto the rubon sheet and transfered them onto the GCD papers. I have to be honest that the rubon sheet was hard for me to work with. I felt like the ink on my stamps were smearing onto the sheet onces sandwhiched between the rubon and adhesive sheet. But after seeing all the other DT's use of the rubon sheets I can conclude that it's just me that's having a hard time with it. I think I need to read the instructions better. LOL.

I layered the flower circles over each other with pop up adhesive and stamped a simple sentiment on the bottom

Happy Birthday card set

I used the Grafix transparency sheet and made a simple Happy birthday sentiment in my word document. I made it that it will fill about 2/3 of my sheet. I let it dried first and then used my Party it up collection to make three birthday cards. Each card has a variation on how the transparency was used.

To get the h and b, I ran the transparency through the cricut and it cut well.

I also cut out some fun accesories like the candy and balloon from the paper collection.

So there you have it. Make sure you check at the GCD Studios blog tomorrow (Friday) cause we are giving away $100 worth of products. Yes it's $100!!! That's something that can't be missed!

Thank you for looking and till next time,


Southern Cricut said...

All of your projects are so pretty and colorful. You must have put so much work into them. It shows.

Anonymous said...

Love the cute flowery tag!

Summer said...

Your projects are amazing! I just loved everything!

Mary said...

Super creative ideas. Thanks for sharing them with us. :)