I took on a huge HUGE project for Christmas this year and so I have been awfully busy working on that. Here is what I have made besides cards:
His and Hers Aprons. The one on the left is made from an old pair of blue jeans and a men's shirt. The rest of the shirt I used for her apron on the right. They are so cute! Especially since the top of the men's apron is made out of the waist of the jean and buttons around the neck with the button.
This tuxedo cut from the Wedding cartridge is for a men's gift for a wedding. I LOVE my new Copic Spica pens. They give the shine and glitz without the trouble of wondering if my gel pens will work when I want them. They dry quickly and I can count on them working. These can caddies are great for pens, pencils, markers, scissors or straws, plastic silverware and napkins.
This little jean bag is made for the bottom of a levi pants leg. The little felt flowers have clips on them that give it a very pretty look
but fold it over and put the clips at the top and throw it in your bag, safe and secure.
This happy little guy is from Paper Pups, & holds a flower from Walk in My Garden.
Wild Man Card with a Moose from Animal Antics
A balloon card with it's own fall scenery, river and little sheep.
This cute little tea light glows with an orange nose when you turn on the switch. So.... what is my project. Different than has ever been done at my church. People make lots of stuff to sell and raise money at Christmas time. But, this year, I want it to be a gift. No matter how small, no matter how big, everyone goes home with a gift from the Christmas party.. a gift made by someone else in the church. It's going to take a lot of coordinating! So, I'm laying off my participation in challenges for now and I'm busier than I've ever been in creating.
Card for Twins
My elephant made out of pallet wood, Tree cuts from Cricut Wall Decor. This was a lot of work! I entered it in the state fair and got honorable mention.
Pallet wood, cut from 50 States, and a little heart to put on for where your heart is in the U.S. I used Cricut 50 States, cut in vinyl, applied to the wood, painted white and pulled the vinyl off.