Saturday, February 25, 2012

Hearts, Pearls and Lace challenge

I just love this paper!! 
LOVE this image too!!!!
It's from the Make it Snappy line over at 
It's a new week (well FRIDAY)
yesterday, Bugaboo posted a new freebie.
Go check it out in the store 
then go over to Catch the Bug for 
the deets on this challenge!!!!

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Cupcake Inspirations

Bugaboo sponsors Cupcake Inspirations 
and this is what I came up with 

So go over to the Cupcake Inspirations blog for the deets :)

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Shelly's Images and SSS

Today Shelly's Images is sponsoring Bugaboo's 
Stella Sketch Sunday
So go over to Catch the Bug and check it out.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Make it Monday

Today Bugaboo is sponsoring 
the challenge:  ANYTHING GOES
man, do I love them. 
How many cards do you have lying around that
haven't been posted to your blog yet??
At least ONE, I'm sure.
Well, go over to the Make it Monday blog
and upload it for a chance to win!!
Then you can go to Bugaboo's 
enter our challenge which also happens to be
2 chances to win, just like that!!
Here's mine

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Saturday challenge with Bugaboo

Anything Goes is the name of this weeks challenge at
Doesn't get any easier than that
Well, no excuses then,
go over to the 
Catch the Bug blog and load your card
for a chance to win.

Friday, February 3, 2012


Check out this
A new character for Bugaboo
Isn't she sassy looking??
Can't wait to see the whole set. 
Go over to the Bugaboo blog
and snatch her up while you still can.
Remember tomorrow is new challenge day

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

TUTORIAL for snowman swirl card

So very sorry for the delay....
blogger and I disagree sometimes.
I got the idea for this card over at one of my favorite
blogs - Inking Idaho
The image I used for this project is Bugaboo's own
I printed it at 90%

You will need for this project:
2 white brads
various circle punches/dies
"Thanks" stamp or other sentiment

Next you need to color and cut out your snowmans head

Then cut a circle from black cardstock slightly larger than the snowman head
Then for the middle of the snowman cut a circle from white cardstock 
a bit bigger than the head as well as a black piece that is slightly larger than the 
middle (don't forget to add your buttons:).  
Then again, a white piece a bit bigger than the middle for the base as well as
a black piece slightly larger than the base out of black cardstock.

Next you want to line them up overlapping the pieces slightly
and set the pieces securely with the brads

That's it, pretty easy really.
Now just stamp the sentiment of your choice on the bottom piece
and just fold the pieces over on top of each other.