I was very scared of heat transfer vinyl, not sure why, it just really intimidated me. However, I conquered the fear and can't for the life of me figure out what took so long. It's so much fun!! Using my Cricut and Make the Cut, I made the cutest onesies for friends who just had babies.
This baby's initials are CCC and the grandpa is an engineer so I thought a math equation would be cute (although it should actually read "3C", I thought the C to the 3rd power looked cuter on the shirt). Did you get the "cutie pie" immediately or did it take a few minutes?? :) I found these tie svg's online and fell in love with them! I put baby Dylan's initial on his. My son wants one now so I'm off to buy a tshirt for him.
And this one is for a sweet kiddo named Price...I couldn't resist! :)
I made these for the bunco winners this month. I did a luau theme and thought these designs were fitting. I also included strawberry daquiri mix since we made some that night. I used outdoor vinyl so the cups can be washed. I found the tumblers at Old Navy of all places, weird. The girls liked them, I just hope they hold up over time!
I made personalized notecards for my son's teachers, using SBC3+ of course! I love how they turned out. Shadows and glows are your best friend for making things pop off the page. I also threw together a Hershey Kiss pencil for each of them. They were fun to make.
Magnet board gifts for my son's PK teachers for Easter. I stamped their initials for the magnets. They seemed to really like them. And I had to include my awesome rice krispy treat eggs! I was very proud of them. They were a stinker to make but the kids loved finding M&M's inside. :)
My name is Kelley. When I get a little time to myself, I like to craft. I enjoy scrapbooking, stamping and knitting. I usually have several projects going on at once. I enjoy the blogging world because there are so many great sources of inspiration right at my fingertips.