Saturday, September 1, 2012

Damask Divas Blog Hop- Clementine


 If you have hopped over from Stephanie Davis' page, you are in the right place.  If you are just here visiting and saw the blog hop and would like to see a list of all of the participants click here, Damask Divas blog

For the month of September the Damask Divas have decided to feature the Clementine paper pack. I decided to make the all new My Creations bracket frame (z1797).


Here are a few details of how I made it:

This is how it comes when you order the frame


I took the CTMH cutting knife (z1252) and traced around it to cut out the shape


Once you are done cutting around it, it will look like this.


Then I took a sponge dauber (z726) and daubed all around the edges with sorbet ink (z2164)



I then took Liquid Glass (z679) and adhered the paper to the frame. 




Next I cut out 9 flowers (accent 2, letter f) from the all new Cricut Artiste Cartridge and roll them



They turn out like this and you unravel them a bit and then put a little bit of liquid glass on the bottom to adhere it together and adhere them to the frame




Then I cut out my daughters name with the all New Cricut Artiste cartridge. It is super easy and quick to do. I also cut the leaves with it. Once I got everything on the frame, I found a picture I could use and then added some CTMH Designer ribbon to hang it with. Hope you like it as much as I do. It was really fun to make.


If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. crissy_scraps@yahoo.com or to order these products go to www.crissyscraps.ctmh.com and click shop! Thanks for looking! 

The next blog on the list is Danielle DeNise. Hope you have a great time on our hop and checking out all the creations using Clementine. If you get lost, just hop on over to the Damask Divas Blog or the full list.” 

Also, be sure to enter the Damask Divas monthly giveaway, by clicking here Damask Divas Blog

10 comments:

  1. Soooooo pretty! Love the use of that ribbon as a hanger! I also have a girlie with Rose for a middle name and it is a perfect design for her!

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  2. That is a very nice job using the frame and the flowers are perfect. What a lovely keepsake.

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  3. I love that you collaged the pictures in the frame. All those little roses are adorable too!

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  4. Love it!!! Great job and like the way you showed how you did everything!

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  5. Your daughter has a lovely name and you have made a lovely frame to match. Thank you for sharing the idea and instructions.

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  6. Such cute kids, and the frame and flowers are great.

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  7. very cute! I love how you went step by step! =)

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  8. Very creative and cute! Have a great day!

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