Monday, September 10, 2012

Blast Off Rocket Card

Hello everyone!  This is my 200th post!  I can't believe I took such a long break from my blog, then I come back with two posts in a row, and one of them is the big 200!  :)  I have been very busy ever since school started back again...  I also met a nice guy, but the timing is not ideal!  I actually ended up meeting him 4 days before he left the country to go teach English!  We have been emailing back and forth, but I'm not sure if it will end up going anywhere...  Would be nice if it did!  :)  Anywho, it's another challenge day over at Fantabulous CricutThe challenge this week is:  Trains, Plains, and Automobiles- make a project with some sort of transportation



*I tried to get a picture that shows the shimmery background...

Everyday Paper Dolls- rocket cut at 4.29", UFO cut at 1.35"
Recollections- Robots stamp set
Stickles- star dust, orange peel
Glossy Accents
Embossing powder
MS ink
Glimmer mist

For this card I made my own background paper.  That is so fun to do!  :)  Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you'll join in the fun over at Fantabulous Cricut!

9 comments:

snappy scrappy said...

Cute! Lee-Ann :)

scootingranny said...

My grandson would totally love this card! I never knew Everyday Paper Dolls had these two cuts...great job on this challenge

DIANA L. said...

I love your card Amy this is so super cute and the red rocket just blastsoff the blue bacground!
hugs DIANA L.
have a great week

Creative M said...

Super Duper Cute!!

Georgiana said...

What a great way to blast off into the new year. I understand what you mean about staying busy. I am finally feeling comfortable with my schedule and the routine is getting easier every day. Hoping it is the same for you!

Stay Creative,
Georgiana
Carson's Creations

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Your card is out of this world. LOL sorry I couldn't resist. Great card!

Brenda said...

What a cute card Amy!! Although I hope I never have to travel in a spaceship!!! lol I leave that to you younger ones. I'm glad that you met someone!! My son and DIL did a long distant relationship and they got married! Of course they tend to do the long distant thing a lot since he is a soldier who is always deployed. If it is meant to be it will!! Good luck!!

Lisa said...

Absolutely adorable, Amy!! I love the shimmer and your handmade background paper :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

kisatrtle said...

I love this