The first of our 18 great-nieces & nephews is getting married. Her sister is having a luncheon honoring the bride-to-be. I bought these items off her registry and then glass etched them making stencils with my Cricut. I put the casserole dish in an insulated carrier with a couple of dish towels also from her registry.
(I fixed the hearts so they were all solid filled in after the photo was taken.)
A dear friend of mine who grandma is turning 100 in June asked that 100 of us send her cards for her grandma as a surprise. I found out she likes Betty Boop so I found this postcard at an antique store, used some dies, stamps and downloaded the inside. I love how it turned out.
I typically don't make my husband's card, I buy one but I had this kit I got from my favorite store, Inspiration Station in Ovid, MI. I added some texture to the tree with an embossing folder and made the inside myself using the writing feature of my Cricut Air. He was very pleased.
Hard to believe my grandson turned 4 on Feb. 13, 2017. He loves Paw Patrol so I made this card for him using DS, uploaded the image, then did a print and cut. The birthday banners are embossing folders. The "happy birthday" words are from a die.
The first birthday of the year is my sweet great niece. When I last spoke to her we talked about her love of photography, so I used my die from Creative Time For Me and Elegant Edges Cartridge with some Stickles.
I scrap lifted this card from CardzTV, with my own twist on it. It was created for my SIL's parents to write a note in letting them know how much we enjoyed seeing them over the holiday when they visited Michigan over Christmas (they live in FL). Used Stretch Your Imagination cartridge as a print and cut.