Great Sunday to ya all! Kimberly over at My Craft Spot is having a Design Team Call. I would just LOVE to be on her design team. When I first became interested in blogging and paper crafting I would keep up with her, My Pink Stamper and the Cardmonkey. So it would be so awesome to be on her design team! Here is my project that I am submitting.
My very good friend's lil girl is turning 6. She wanted to have a "Lemonade Mouth" party. This is a movie on Disney Channel.
Here are the invitations that I came up with...
The invitation itself is standard yellow cardstock from Walmart. It was cut from Cherry Limeade at 5 1/2". The wording is from the same cart welded in Design Studio and cut at 1". The smaller lemon is from the Cherry Limeade cart and cut at 2". I dressed it up with some black rhinestones, ribbon and buttons all from Walmart. I pop dotted the smaller lemon to make it stand out. Made 40 of these babies. Whew! The back was printed with the party info.
The banner is cut from Doodlecharms and Cherry Limeade. The black and yellow paper are standard Walmart cardstock. The patterned papers are from a paper pack by The Paper Studio called celebrations.
The beginning and ending lemons were cut at 5 1/2".
The black letter blocks were cut to be 7 x 4 1/2, and the corners were rounded with my X-acto corner rounder. The yellow was cut to be 1/2 less all the way around and the corners were rounded. I also embossed with yellow blocks with Cuttlebug Spots and Dots. (Which by the way I used in my Sizzix Texture Boutique and not in a Cuttlebug ;) YAY! Super psyched to learn I could do that!)
The letters were cut at 5" and blinged with Studio G glitter glue. The toppers were cut to be 7". I blinged them with Stickles and Studio G glitter glue. The buttons came from a mix bag. The twine in them is Braiding Cord (from Walmart).
This card is cut to be 4 x 6". I used an extra party hat topper and a button to accessorize the card. The 6 was cut at 6" and embossed like the yellow blocks.
This is the inside of the card. I stamped it with a red rubber stamp from Big Lots and used Studio G, black ink.
My friend and her daughter were SUPER pleased with all these. I hope you like them. I thought it all turned out wonderfully. The banner was great hanging above the food table at the party.
Cricut Carts: Doodlecharms, Cherry Limeade
Papers: Walmart cardstock, Paper pack from The Paper Studio (Hobby Lobby)
Ribbon, buttons and bling: Walmart crafts
Ink: Studio G
Glitter Glue: Stickles and Studio G
Stamp: Big Lots
Embossing: Texture Boutique using Cuttlebug folder of Spots and Dots
Computer: Desktop, Lexmark printer and Microsoft Word
Wish me luck!!!!
Be Blessed, Beckie