Thursday, February 27, 2014

Lucky Pants - SVG Cuts DT Project


Top o' the mornin' to ya :)

Super excited to share with you my "Lucky Pants", my latest SVG Cuts DT project! Aren't they the coolest looking leprechaun pants you have ever seen???


Not only can you fill the pants up with goodies, the green beer bottles open up so that you can stuff them full of your favorites too!



I am SO in love with these pants and these papers are so gorgeous too!!!
,

And if stuffing the pants and bottles weren't enough... you can also fill the shoes with more treats! This will also help to hold the pants up in place! And just look... aren't these the coolest looking Leprechaun shoes?! Man, who ever gets this treat bag will for sure feel lucky!


I love that glittered belt buckle! OK, have to share a funny story about the buckle... I actually had to rip it off and re glue it in a different position. The way it was glued on before made the pants look a little too Lucky if you know what mean, hehehe! ;)

gspot.com/-Shs9VmxvyCg/Uv7fYwjN4KI/AAAAAAAAH2E/7OyNxt72nWU/s1600/ILoveDoingAllthingscrafty20140208-untitled201440.jpg" width="640" />
Check out those papers!!! OMG! LOVE!!!


 For those interested, here are the files you will need for this project:

Surf Shack SVG Kit

The paper collection I used comes from Fleurette Bloom's Lucky Lu Digital Paper Pack! Absolutely love these papers, if you couldn't tell already! I used the Print and Cut feature of the Silhouette for all the patterned papers used on this project! LOVE that feature!


For complete details and instruction of the Lucky Pants, make sure you stop by the SVG Cuts Blog for this and many other inspirations!

Make sure you also stop by the SVG Cuts Facebook page to enter to win all of the kits I used! Hurry there before Leo draws a name... GOOD LUCK!

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Crafting  :)

Sharing this with my Crafty Peeps!

3D Paper Root Beer Float Treat Box


Hey guys!

Feels like forever since I've shared something! I've been feeling a bit under the weather this past week :( Hoping these sniffles will go away soon!

Today I have a really cute project to share with you all. It comes from Fleurette Blooms latest Lucky Day SVG Kit. I've made the mug look like a Root Beer Float... 

This is SO yummy looking! It's making me want a real one now, at least the paper one is low cal hehe!


This Mug is such a great file! Fill it with treats for a birthday party or give it to your favorite guy as a cool Beer Mug gift box! With St. Patrick's Day coming up it would also look great as Green Beer Glass! 


Hope you my like Root Beer Float!
I sure did... well better go wipe off my mustache *lips smacks*, LOL!

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Crafting  :)

Sharing this with my Crafty Peeps!

Monday, February 17, 2014

Cristiano's Baptism Cake


 Yesterday my husband I had the honor of becoming God Parents to the cutest little guy! May God Bless Cristiano and his Family!

Of course I wasn't going to pass up the opportunity to make a cake for this special occasion. It's a little different but I'm happy with the results ;)


Top layer - Vanilla flavored - baked in 9x13 inch rectangle
Bottom layer - Chocolate flavored - baked in a 11 inch square pan
Entire cake was frosted with vanilla butter cream icing and covered with fondant.


 I'm so used to creating round cakes that this square cake was a little challenging for me, guess I just need more practice with them, lol!


Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Crafting  :)

Sharing this with my Crafty Peeps!

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Illuminated I Love U Sign - SVG Cuts DT Project


I just realized that two years ago today was my first blog post EVER! Hard to believe how far I've come... for someone technically challenged it makes me excited about all that I have learned and done these last few years! Yay me!!! Anyways, enough about me, lets get to the post ;)

I'm really excited to share with you my latest SVG Cuts DT creation! Inspired by the recent marquee craze, I though I would try my hand at creating a Valentine "I Love U" sign! This project makes a great Valentine decor piece or a unique gift idea!

For complete instruction on how I created this project make sure you click HERE.


I love it when something I had envisioned actually turned out as I planned. It was actually quite easy and quick to put together too :)


Here is what it looks like when the room lights are turned off, and the LED lights are turned on.
 Love how it looks in the dark. Ooooo, Aaahhhh!


To create this look, I used a battery operated  string of LED lights and added a hole to the back panel and strung them through! Clever right?! The coolest part, is that this battery pack has a built in timer that turns on every 24 hours and stays lit for 6 hours! I don't ever have to touch it!!! A pleasant bonus as I found them at the dollar store...  Amazeballs, right?!

If you want to, the battery pack could easily be attached to the back and then the sign could be hung on the wall!


 For those interested here are the SVG Cuts Kits you will need:

Free File (I Love You Caption - 08.04.12)

Hope you've enjoyed this project, maybe even inspired you to create your own LOVE or any other WORD sign for that matter!

Thanks for stopping by,
Happy Crafting  :)

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Valentine Classroom Treats - Fleurette Bloom DT Project

Hey All!

Today I want to share with you a few Valentine classroom treats that I made for my kiddos friends and teachers. The files for this project come from Fleurette Blooms Valentine Be Mine SVG Kit and digital papers from Hearts a Flutter Paper Pack

Really easy to make and so easy to put together! I hope they are all gonna love it :)


I created this Valentine's sentiment using the Print n Cut feature of the Silhouette. Used a font I liked and just layered it on top of the digital paper before I printed it.


I also personalized the label on the coffee cup using the same technique.
Love this coffee cup! Perfect for filling with treats or storing a gift card to the their favorite coffee shop.



I think the boys are going to love these little pencil arrows. I can see them poking each other with these already, lol!


I hope you have been inspired to create some of your own Valentines Classroom Treats. Now back to making a bunch more of these for the rest of the class.

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Crafting  :)

Sharing this with my Crafty Peeps!