Saturday, December 7, 2013
Friday, November 1, 2013
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
I'm so loving getting paid to make bulletin boards! Here's my latest creation for our Community Board at the store.
BTW - Have you tried breakfast at Chick-fil-A? Oh my, it's addicting! And I was addicted BEFORE I starting working there! My personal favorite breakfast item are the Chicken Minis! You should try them!
Happy Hauntings Cricut cartridge
Monday, September 16, 2013
When I saw Dustin Pike released this adorable Freebie Friday image, I instantly had a smile on my face. This image is sooooo my youngest daughter and her BFF! If you put them in a line up of young girls, you would never pair these two together. But whatever works! BFF's are hard to come by!
It's hard to read the small print on the circle. It sums up friendships... here's what it says:
"Ingredients: adventure, giggles, kisses, wonder, energy, adventure, motion, joy, happiness, love, glee, and a whole lot of trial and error!"
Doodle Dragon Studios image - freebie
Mickey Mouse Cricut font
Creative Imaginations patterned paper
PC Stand-Outs - Christina Cole - Energy
American Crafts cardstock
Monday, August 19, 2013
Okay, one day I'll actually make a card again! But for now all my creative thoughts have been on my new job. Here's my latest Community Board creation promoting our delicious party trays.
Artificial grass (from Lowe's)
Varsity Cricut cartridge
White spray paint
Plastic football (cut in half)
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Monday, August 5, 2013
Phew! We made it through July! I'm onto a new adventure... now it's a great day at Chick-fil-A! It's true! At the end of July, I started working for Chick-fil-A in their Marketing Department! One of my responsibilities to create the Community Boards. Here is my first board celebrating Cow Appreciation Day!
Thursday, July 4, 2013
Monday, June 24, 2013
Where in the world did June go? It's almost July. Crazy! Guess we'd better change gears with a Red, White & Blue challenge over on Dustin Pike's Doodle Dragon Studios blog.
Simply make a RW&B card or project using Doodle Dragon Studios images. Join the festive fun and link to the challenge!
Have a happy & safe 4th of July!
Friday, May 24, 2013
You're Tweet! Thanks so much!
Hello! You're tweet! Thanks for hopping by this weekend for the
Operation Write Home
Memorial Weekend Blog Hop.
Today while at the airport, I witnessed a total stranger walk up to a man in uniform and thank him for his service to our country. I felt privileged to have seen the touching exchange. I love those who serve in the military. My grandfather served in World War 2, my brother served (also in Deseret Storm) and retired from the Army, and my sister served in the Air Force. So I have a soft spot for our service men and women.
Everyone has their own way of supporting and thanking those who serve our great country. I think Operation Write Home's program is an amazing way to thank AND help lift the spirits of those who serve and their families with the creative cards that are lovingly made. Here's link to Operation Write Home's Memorial Weekend Blog Hop to see all the talented people, click HERE to see all the cards!
|I tweaked/flipped the sketch just a little. :)|
Dustin Pike aka Doodle Dragon Studios is also playing in the Operation Write Home Blog Hop. So if you like the cute birdie on this card (from the DDS Woodland Set) or the other awesome images on my blog, be sure to go visit the great and talented Doodle Dragon Studios. Rumor is Dustin will be having FREEBIES this weekend and a special sale! You don't want to miss it!
Have a happy & safe Memorial Day Weekend! Thanks for hopping by!
Monday, May 20, 2013
The winning teacher was awarded a big Pit Stop Prize Box full of classroom supplies and a pizza coupon card.
Doodle Dragon Studios image - Racer - Blogversary 3 set
Alphalicious Cricut cartridge
Racing flag bulletin board border
Friday, May 10, 2013
I think my favorite door to decorate is the Librarian's door. It's more than just a door, it's a scene!
Well, we made our way through all five doors I created. Since I'm also the PTA Teacher Appreciation Door Coordinator, I take picture of ALL the doors we decorate every year (55+ doors). You can take an electronic stroll around our school's Teacher Appreciation Week doors HERE. You will to see how the halls of our school were magically transformed by creative parents in love and appreciation.
Doodle Dragon Studios images
Sesame Street Cricut cartridge
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Here we are at Door #4. Apparently, the monkeys are in control this year! This door is for an aide who manages the teacher's workroom and makes all the copies for the teachers. I'm in here alot making copies for PTA, so I get to talk to Dawn often. Since I won't be here next year, I had to do her door too!
Doodle Dragon Studios image
Wood paper (purchased at Hobby Lobby)
Cuttlebug embossing folder - Bandana set (used on hat and saddle)
Old West Cricut cartridge
Western bulletin board border
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Here's Door #3... it's for my daughter's teacher. She is a Disney fanatic, so it was an obvious choice to do this door design. In the monkey's right hand, he's holding a 7th Grade Fast Pass.
Doodle Dragon Studios image
Mickey Font Cricut cartridge
Mickey & Friends Cricut cartridge
Queen & Co - patterned paper - Magic Dots
Scallop bulletin board strips
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Welcome back! Here is my Door #2 for Teacher Appreciation Week. Yes, I strayed from the UP theme, but this teacher LOVES, LOVES, LOVES soccer. I purchased a decorative beach net from the Dollar Store to make the goal. The strings are hot glued together on the edges to make the goal frame. It worked out perfect! And I used the trick (that I finally figured out in January!) of enlarging my Martha Stewart Grass edge punch to make the grass.
Doodle Dragon Studios image
Beach net (from the Dollar Store)
School die cut machine alphabets
Martha Stewart Grass edge punch
Monday, May 6, 2013
I can't believe it is Teacher Appreciation Week already! And that we only have 18 days of school left. This year has flown by! Our school's PTA theme this year was "Rising UP to Excellence!" For TA Week, the committee played off the theme with anything "UP". Here's my door I made for the School Nurse. *Gasp!* It's not a Doodle Dragon image! I think it's the first door ever not using one of Dustin's images.
I decorated 5 doors this year. I'll post 1 a day for this week. So now you've seen Door #1. Come back tomorrow to see Door #2.
Mummy cut out (I purchased this on Halloween clearance)