Friday, May 27, 2011

Father's Day Card

Here is the front of the Father's Day card I made for my husband's father. I used cardstock from DCWV's Green Stack for the card, and for the front banner I used Paper Studio earth tone cardstock and the font is 2Peas Crazy Pooch which I downloaded from ScrappingTable. The entire project was made using Sure-Cuts-A-Lot v 2 with my Cricut.

Copyright 2011, ACK, for Generational

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Now for Something Different ...

One of the things I like about my Cricut is the versatility. Recently I purchased a gel pen holder for my Cricut which uses those mini gel pens and two packs of gel pens. Here are a couple things I printed using that. Please excuse my photography.

 They look much better in person and both are done with glitter pens. You can see that I added a little ribbon to one of them. I purchased the gel pens and holder through Amy Chomas at Chomas Creations. Now I'm thinking about the embosser. I added Amy's store to the sidebar on the right.

I don't remember what font I used, but I will say that the script fonts look spectacular when used with the gel pens.  I have glitter markers that I might use to fill in the letters. I'm not really sure if I want to do it to the blue one. The green one looks really good on my test page.

Copyright 2011, ACK, for Generational

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

The Craft Room.

Well sort of. I'm still sharing space with storage, but it is set up a little better for me to work and hopefully the back won't get as sore. 

Here are the pictures I promised.

This is how it started
Phase II - adding craft space
Phase III
In the first picture you aren't seeing the other storage unit. That is no longer in this room, it's been relocated. The other storage unit has been shifted to the opposite wall.  Still have pictures to hang in the hall and that will hopefully eliminate a huge box.  In the second photo if you can make it out is a filet crochet curtain. I hung it there because it was in a box. It's supposed to be in my bathroom.

Copyright 2011, ACK, for Generational