Saturday, April 2, 2011

Swing Card and Easter Bonnet Girls

Added instruction and a How-to Video on Swing Cards.

Easter Bonnet Girls Notepads
Fun to fill with computer graphics, these Easter Bonnet girls make up really fast and easy. 
You can also print out the template plain and decorate with paper, paint or stamps.
 To the side is a sample of the template filled with computer graphics and printed out ready to cut and embellish.  I have also added a side view girl and a Halloween girl.  There will be more coming. The template is png and you should be able to copy and paste it into your program.  Love to see what you do with it. 

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Easter Bunny with Egg Iris Fold 
Hi all, I have added an Easter Bunny holding an egg to the Iris fold page.  The bunny, with several different backgrounds, is available as well as two patterns for the egg.  I have also added a how-to video, using the bunny template, on how to Iris fold in case anyone out there doesn't know how. It's really pretty simple.  Be warned it's also habit forming.  I painted the bunny with Coral's Painter program and made the egg patterns with Digital Image 9.  The backgrounds were a combination of both. 
I've also updated the penny Spinner card template and added a how-to video for the Penny Spinner card

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Venetian Blind Card

Added a new page and a how to video.
This is what a Venetian Blind card looks like open. Below, is how it looks closed.  I don't really like this card much, it's kind of plain, (I don't mean the graphic, Laurie's bunny is great), but I made it in a hurry just so I could photograph the steps for the instructions.  There is a printable, fillable template on the page with the instructions.  Try it out, it's super simple. I will have a video as soon as I can, but as we are going to Vegas for Spring break on Friday, so I don't know when I'll get to it.  But anyway, give it a try and let me know. 

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Added an Easter Waterfall Card

I finished the how-to video on making the waterfall card.  It isn't perfect, but for my first on camera effort, I don't think it turned out too badly.  The link is at the bottom Waterfall card section on the card page or you can check it out here.
I added an Easter Waterfall card to the Card Page, with full instructions.  I also made a few minor changes in the template. These are pretty fun and easy to make.  I will be making a video on how to do this as soon as I find my tripod.  I have no idea where it is hiding. (Didn't find it had to buy and new one).

I edited the instructions for this card on the card fun page today.  I found an easier way to attach the bar.  I also added a template with instructions to be able to cut the card using card stock instead of computer graphics.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Added a Curious Kitty to the Iris Folding Page

Curious Kitty
Have several kittys in the works.  This one is ready to go. 
Hope someone out there can use it.
Working on a bunny right now, hope I can get it up before Easter.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Added a new craft page. Gum Holders.

Standing Gum Holders
I have added a new page, it has instructions to make little, cardstock gum holders. 
They make great gifts.   A few samples, directions and
the template are on the new page.  The samples I have
made use graphics from PC crafter. 

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Penny Spinner Card for St. Pat's Day

Made a Penny Spinner Card for St. Patty's Day.  If you haven't made a Spinner card yet, you should try one. They are super simple to make and tons of fun to play with.  Instructions and template over on the card page.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

New Stuff!

Added a new set of cards.  Peek a Boo cards!  There are a couple of cards to look at and instructions for them.  Check out the card page.   The other new card is for St. Patrick's Day.  Make one they are so much fun. 
I plan to build this site up to as good as I had my old one. I have added two new pages.
Iris Folding and Cards.
 Will be adding lots more
so now I'm off to the drawing board.

Hugs, Lucine