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Saturday, October 16, 2010
Hey Crafty Peeps SVGcuts.com is at it again! They've got a great give-away going on and it's worth a look, and guess what you will not have to get the monsters dressed and ready to get your scrap on...You can shop with curlers in your hair and stay in your jammies all day...NOT that I would EVER wear my pajama's all day, whom ever says so is a LIAR! Click on this svgcuts.com give-away-alooza
Have fun checking out this fantastic site! Be sure to check out the free svgs and their gifts with purchase they have a crackalackin' pumpkin carving templates that will make you the envy of your neighborhood.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
I just wanted so share Carolyn's site with those interested in Inkscape and all it's craziness. You'll find some of the best Svg creators on this site. And they do it all for free- they share the love with Y'all!
Inkscape Cutting Design • View topic - Sydney Card Topper
Sunday, October 3, 2010
|The Great Horned Monster|
After you stop giggling, after you get your mind out of the gutter, you'll see It's actually cute. It is HORNED, yes. It doesn't eat small children,or cute fuzzy animals, in fact IT is quite patient with those sticky little things. IT does eat reality TV personality's, bimbos and himbos (want to know something hilarious that I got a spelling error for himbo but NOT for bimbo), that have had plastic surgery that gives them the appearance of a bullfrog in the lip area, cannot move their eyebrows, cannot close their eyes and/or cannot sink. (You know there just seems to be alot of these supposedly "real" ones around on tv lately, which is hilarious because other than the fact that they are REAL MORONS, there isn't anything real about them). It sometimes will go after door to door magazine salespeople, you know the ones...the salespeople that don't see the NO SOLICITING sign, I can't tell you why.
I got a BUNCH of cuttlebug folders for a ridiculous sale price at Joann.com, many of these are just perfect for monster skin and I was itching to use them. I used my stickles for accents. I used my ooeeygooey SVG as an accent on the card below. I also used a watermark inkpad to get the translucent monsters as backgrounds, many of which came from Stampin Up.
I do apologize that it took me so long to post this, I have been feeling a little out of it and overwhelmed by life in general, the economy, my family, my children and their schooling, worrying that they are adjusting well, at the education level that they should be....you know MOM stuff.
I am posting the link to a image file that will allow one to print and cut out, this is for those that don't own a cutting machine, (I know they're out there, and I know after a while you'll jump on my boat...if not a Cricut, but the E-craft machine, Silhouette, etc.) but please let me know how these work out for you, and what would make them work for you....REALLY.
The image below is from a card that I made for a sweet little boy that loves monsters and Halloween. It shows the variations in what I did with the cut pieces, to get the One of a Kind idea going. I am also going to be doing some of these in kits for my sons class for a Halloween craft, I will just add a Popsicle stick to attach to It's backside......(giggling). Click on the caption under the picture of the Monster for your SVG link.