Welcome everyone to our "Christmas in July" Blog Hop! Creative Kuts is in the spirit of Christmas and giving.
If you came here from Bonnie's Blog then you are in the right place. If you just happened upon my blog please start at the beginning at Creative Kuts to join in on the fun.
Check out all the wonderful cards created by members of our creative teams from files located in our store at www.creativekuts.com.
This is a two day blog hop and appreciate you leaving a comment to encourage these talented ladies to continue sharing their ideas and creations. We're so excited to be doing this hop to introduce our new Card Team and a fabulous lineup with some very talented ladies. We also are taking this time to introduce you to our new website: Creative Kuts Monthly Kit Klub at http://www.creativekutsmkk.com/. Here we will be offering you quick layout kits which will include all the paper and paper pieces needed to create some adorable layouts. All you will have to do is add your pictures and any special touches of your own.
So let's get rockin!
1. Visit each member's blog and leave a comment
2. Let us know how you enjoyed the blog on our facebook page
3. Head on over to our stores and read the details to take advante of 50% OFF SALE AT CREATIVE KUTS 50% OFF SALE AT CREATIVE KUTS2 AND FREE SHIPPING AT CREATIVE KUTS MONTHLY KIT KLUB
More great opportunities
This is a 17-Piece Texture Boutique Value Kit to be given away when we reach 300 Followers on our sister blog www.creativekuts2.blogspot.com. For many other chances to win on the sizzix drawing be sure to stop by.
Even more: Have a chance to win a Silhouette Cameo Cutting Machine.
Welcome to the Paper Wreaths and Home Decor Blog Hop!!! We have an amazing line up for you with gorgeous creations!!! If you came from Connie's blog, you're right on track. If you'd like to start from the beginning, go HERE
Ok so here are my wreaths! I made one for my Daughter Mekayli and one for my Son Onnell. I got 2-9" wicker wreaths from Dollar Tree and ribbon from my stash.(that I probably got from Michael's or JoAnn's.) The initials are printed on white cardstock using Curlz MT font. I used my Creative Memories cutters to cut the circles and a scalloped round punch for my daughter's initial. So all I did was cut the ribbon at 9" and tied them to the bottom half of the wreath. I made a double knot to secure it. Then just alternated the colors.
I hope you like them as much as I liked making them! Up next is the talented Connie! :)
the colors for the month of July are RED, WHITE, & BLUE.
I made two cards for inspiration just for YOU!! ♥
This Cute Lil' Bear is my first paper piecing! I'm sorry I cannot remember what company I got it from. But I also forgot to add the muzzle...Oops...LOL! But she still looks super cute! I used Doodle Bug Twine and Paper from my stash!♥
For this patriotic card I used my favorite Jaded Blossom stamp set Bug-a-boo!
Shh she's supposed to be a Bee! lol I colored her into a 4th Of July Bee! Using Prisma colored pencils and baby oil. (This was my 2nd time coloring!! woot woot!!) Bakers Twine from Talking Twine and Trim (Jodi has an awesome deal on it!) and paper from my stash.
Hope you had an amazing 4th July with Family and Friends!
P.S. A Homespun Affair also has a FACEBOOK FAN PAGE! Go and hit LIKE to be updated on what's going on throughout the month!♥
This month America celebrates The 4th of July! And what's a celebration without yummy cake!?!
I created a deeelish tri-color cake.
For my image I used the super cute 4th of July owl digi by Jaded Blossom. I colored it in MS paint and printed using my special printer for edible images, and I printed it on a Wilton frosting sheet. I just loved the outcome. Then I covered the cake in fondant and decorated it with patriotic colored shell border. That was the Bada-Bing! The Bada-Boom comes when you cut a piece of cake and see the gorgeous red, white, blue color explosion inside!!! It just makes the cake that much more fun to eat!!
Here is how the inside looks! Bada-BOOM!!!
I also made 2 cards for July's color challenge. The colors fit perfectly with my cake!!!
As they are red, white, & blue!
For the Lil Girl card I used the Bug-a-boo stamp set from Jaded Blossom, and colored her using Prisma colored pencils!(She's supposed to be a bee but I made her a patriotic bee...lol!) The bear was my first EVER paper piecing!! She looks too cute holding her little American flag!!
So show your off your red, white, & blue project!!