Probably not the best motto for a travel mug...but she just looks so sassy!
Thursday, April 14, 2011
One of my good friends loves Tinkerbell. The inside of her car is totally "dressed" with the little pixie. I had to give her something no one else would have....this is now on the side of her car just behind the front fender.
This was our wedding theme. I used vinyl on tubs I found on clearance at Bed, Bath, and Beyond at the end of the summer. We used them for various jobs at the reception.
|The same design and vinyl was used to resize and apply to foam huggies.|
|More vinyl + etching cream + time =|
|Bill and Lisa|
October 9, 2010
|A little bit of white gulf Sanibel sand....|
|Wine charms the colors of the tablecloths. Each table was a different tropical color.|
Wine charm on glasses at the tables.
|These were made from shrink material. The tags were cut at 3" then written on with silver calligraphy marker and shrunk.|
|My husband (center) and his two best college buddies entertaining the masses. |
A good time was had by all!
I wanted the invitations to inspire fun. All of the pictures used on the invite I took while on previous trips to Sanibel Island.
|There have been many different names for what this fold/album is called. For me it was a "squash book." The ribbon came from Michaels. It had been in their dollar bin. What a deal!|
|The written sections and the center photo were the same on every invitation but the rest of them were random for the photos and embellishments. A LOT of Life's A Beach. My favorite cart!|
|For any of the writing I printed on vellum and then cut it to fit what I wanted to "cover." I ran it though my Xyron and then applied it to the cardstock squares. It was much less expensive than purchasing adhesive backed vellum.|
|One of the full invitations before adhering it the book ends.|
|The R.S.V.P.s The cards were actually purchased already colored with matching envelopes (Michaels again)|
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
This was my very first attempt at using vinyl. Our mailbox was rusted and didn't match our new siding and porch. We were going to get a new mailbox so I saw no harm in "experimenting" with the old one. So a little bit of spray paint, brown vinyl, Jubilee cart, and VIOLA'. A new mailbox.