Friday, April 5, 2013

Its that time again

It seems lately like the only time I'm posting is when I'm participating in the DCWV monthly challenges.  At least it's getting me to post. : )   I've been really busy and I've done over 20 pages for my nieces book. I've still got a gazillion to go but I'm moving along.  At least I'm making progress.  So anyway, back to today's post.  I made two layouts using the DCWV April Stack-a-holic Challenge and I also made a card.

Here's version one of the layout:
(click on the pictures to see them larger)
I made this using the DCWV Kidlet stack 
I cut the puppy and the "Ruff Ruff" title using the Create a Critter Cartridge
The circles were cut using Elegant Edges Cartridge and
 the other letters were cut using the Cricut Craft Room Basics

This is my second version of the layout --- I turned the sketch on it's side to make this one.
This was made using the DCWV Neon Chic Stack.
The circles were cut using Elegant Edges.
The Letters and Numbers were cut using the Cricut Craft Room Basics
and the eggs were cut using the free Easter cuts in Cricut Craft Room

I also made a card for the sketch challenge:

This was made using the DCWV Birthday Wishes stack.

As an added bonus, here's a few of the layouts I've made so far for my niece's 16th birthday scrapbooks. (Cause seriously I don't know when I'll post again.  LOL.  I hope it's before next months challenge!)

This one was actually for the March challenge but I didn't get it turned in. :(

Thanks so much for stopping by and putting up with my sporadic posting.  Hope you're having an amazing crafty time.  

Big hugs.



  1. All of your projects are gorgeous!! The layouts are fabulous and I love the card!! You did an awesome job with all of them!! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!! Happy Sunday :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. Such creative pages Chris. I especially love the first one with the sweet picture and the circle elements.

  3. Super layouts! I love all the papers and colors you chose!!


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