Mother’s Day

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Sweet as a Cookie Pocket Bag

Hello All,

Don’t miss the next Twitch Stream. I will be on LIVE on Friday August 3rd at 8pm CST: Get a jump start on this project, this SVG at

This is the project I will be working on its called “Sweet as a Cookie Pocket Bag.”  Check out my store. You will be able to find it under New Releases. It’s only for .99 cents.

One More Mother’s Day Card


It’s only minutes away before its Mother’s Day!!!  So I wanted to squeeze in one more card in before the day is through.  I think It came out better than what I saw at Walgreens card isle today, and to tell you the truth a lot cheaper.  If I needed 10 of these cards it would cost me 0.99 cents each plus tax if I went on the low end. Coming out to 12 or 13 dollars of a total cost.  However, with a one time purchase item such as punches or if you print and image from your computer.  You still get it cheaper and get more bang for your buck if you shop smart.






Metallic Black Card stock (Recollections from Michael’s 3 for $10) = $3.33 each

Hot Pink Card Stock (Recollections from Michael’s 3 for $10) 3.33

White Card Stock (Recollections from Michael’s 3 for $10) 3.33

Pink Buttons (Bag O’ Buttons at Ross $2.99)

Sheer Ribbon (Yard Sale For 0.50 cents)

Black and White Polka-dots Ribbon (Free got it from a swap)


The word “Mother” and the “Flower” were all found on Microsoft Word Doc, printed out at home

The white butterflies were from a small punch purchased at Michael’s Dollar bin, however with the 40% coupon it was less than a dollar.

The square punch is a McGill  1 ¼ punch from Ross for 2.99


Mother’s Day Cards


 Well it’s late here in California; however I didn’t want to go to bed without showing off my completed Mother’s Day Cards.  I created the flower pot using Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge, found on page 109. What I did is cut the top part of the present image used Pink (Little Inker by Hero Arts) all around the edges and made a shadow effect out lining the top. All the paper used on each card was from a different Colorbok paper pack that you can find at Wal-Mart for 5 bucks. I tied white sheer ribbon around some of the pots and light purple from Spool O’ Ribbon on others.  Just a quick tip these ribbon I got at a yard sale for 50 cents each, so keep an eye open for those bargain at the bottom of a bin. Last but not least I used Liquid Pearls  – Petal Pink by Ranger.

all expect one card were 5 1/2  x 5 1/2 inches




Ps don’t mind the heavy breathing on the video I just forgot to take my inhaler. I’m okay just a little winded 🙂