Friday, January 7, 2011


Hey All My Crafty Friends

Welcome to the Flaunt It Friday's  Hello Kitty Blog Hop. If you are here from DORCAS than you are in the right spot. If you just arrived here and would like to start from the beginning please go directly to the Flaunt It Friday's blog by clicking on the link

For this week's challenge we were asked to flaunt the Hello Kitty with Airplane on Page 65 from the Hello Kitty Greetings Cart.

I chose to do ALTER the dollar wooden frames that you get at Micheal's so love these little wooden frames they make the best little gifts...and one of my favorite things to give

For those of you that follow my blog you know that I was blessed back in November with my first Granddaughter Raegan Elizabeth so I felt the need to make a frame for one of the 10,000 pictures of have taken of her over that last 6 weeks..
( She already has the Paparazzi after her....THAT WOULD BE ME !!!) LOL!!

So this is what I came up with
You can never go WRONG with those colors !!

 Here's a Close-Up of the HK (she is all BLINGED out in her little Plane !!

I used Black Glitter Paper for the cut along with PINK embossed pattered paper for the PLANE
The background paper came from the PARIS NIGHTS stack by GCD
I cut the plane @ 4 inches

The banner to the side of the plane came from CHRISTMAS CHEER cut @ 3 1/2 inches on FIT TO LENGTH. wich gave it an 1 1/4 width size.

Close -Up of her Name

Hello Kitty Font cut @ 1 1/2 inches shadow and font


For my next project I chose to use the adorable HK on page 30.  I use this cut all the time when I need a super cute cut for a girl layout or card

 It works everytime and SCREAMS SWEETNESS AND GIRL !!! Don't cha think???

For my second project I chose to GLASS ETCH my sweet little HELLO KITTY
  I know glass etch ??? Who would have thought ?? huh ??


For those of you who have never tried glass etching...all I can say is...

It is TOTALLY ADDICTIVE...once you learn how you will be glass etching EVERYTHING !!! LOL

 I have giving a little tutorial on the process..but it does take some time to get the hang of it..My best advice is to  buy some inexpensive items and will soon be a
And your friends will be so impressed...That you made it yourself !!

So on to the project:


I purchased and inexpensive plate from Wal-Mart
for $2.50 the round plates were less expensive but I was so Digging the
 I also purchased the matching SQUARE CUP !!
Cool huh??

 Next I design HK and all her layers using DESIGN STUDIO
(Note you have to hide all the contours in the layer pieces and only use what you need to build your HELLO KITTY)

Place a piece of vinyl on the mat and cut your design
**new mats work the best in holding the vinyl**

Should look like this when your done cutting
Weed out the parts of the vinyl that you want to etch
Place Transfer tape over the vinyl making sure to fully adhere the tape to the vinyl
Remove all AIR BUBBLES !!!!
Place vinyl on BACK SIDE of glass plate and remove all AIR BUBBLE !!
I used a wooden spoon but you could also use a credit card
Once it is adhered down GOOD remove the transfer tape SLOWLY making sure the vinyl doesn't lift from the glass
Place painters tape around the vinyl 
(because the etching cream may run) 
Should kinda look like this (all taped off)
Apply Etching Cream making sure to get in the lines of your design
** be very generous when applying **
Think coats work the BEST !!
Should look like this when applied
Set the timer for 10 MINUTES
The bottle says 6 to 7 minutes but I have learned that 10 minutes gives you a DEEPER ETCH
*** the thicker the glass the longer you might have to etch **
Rinse your project over Running Water
removing all the etching cream from your project
Remove the tape and vinyl from you project
Wash your project throughly with soap and water
Dry completely

Now look in amazement and what you just created !!!

This is the completed Project


Close -Up of Plate
It was so much fun to do and I hope you will give it a try!!

I also made a matching cup using the HK Flower on page 47
using the same etching process....

Close -Up of Cup

So this is a blog hop and no blog hop would be complete with out some BLOG CANDY Right???
So my scrapping bestie Kendra aka SCRAPPIN CRICUT has donated one of her fabulous extension cords for your cricut or your gypsy... I have one of these and it is the BOMB !! I can use my gypsy on one side of my scraproom and cut on the other side without having to fumble with that SHORT cord that comes with our gypsy....I also use it with my design studio cord and it has made my life so much easier.

Three ways to earn an entry for the blog candy
Leave a comment in this post (one entry)
 Become a follower of my blog you don't have to become a STALKER but if you would like click the followers tab on the RIGHT HAND SIDEBAR (one entry)
 If your already a follower THANKS...but let me know and I will give you an extra entry

 I will choose the winner on MONDAY January 10th and post it here


** DON"T FORGET **Love Always stamp set sponsored by Pink By Design. The grand prize will be on Sandra's blog! You will have all weeked to complete the hop and we will draw the winner sometime on Monday or Tuesday 
You must leave a comment on everyone's blog to have a chance to win the Grand Prize Giveaway which is the

Thank You so much for taking the time to hop with us for the Flaunt It Friday's Hello Kitty Blog hop we can't wait to see how you "Flaunt" your Hello Kitty this week at FLAUNT IT FRIDAYS.



Until Next Time

Hugs & Scraps



JustYolie said...

Love the altered frame, the black and pink give it a rock princess flare. The etching came out great.

creative patti said...

I just love your Frame!!! I so want to recreate this for my little princess. Thank you so much for sharing, also for that wonderful tutorial. I have never tried this but thinking I will have to give it a try now. Thanks once again.

creative patti said...

I am now a new follower and loving it. Thank you

ScrappinCricut said...

Awesome Projects! Fantastic Job!

Nicolle Kramer said...

I just became a follower.. very fun blog and really cute frame ... I love glass etching its fun and I have also etched on mirrors..thanks for the inspiration..:)

nicolle at nicollelovesscrapbooking dot com

Glenda said...

Fantastic projects! Love the pink/black combo and I must try the etching! TFS tutorial!

Lesley from WI said...

Love both your projects. Love the blinged out kitty and your etching and tutorial was fantastic. I bought etching cream a year ago and have yet to use it. I have 2 glass items that I bought recently and you have inspired me to get my butt moving. Thanks
lfuchs1 at wi. rr. com

Minta's Creations said...

Awesome...I Love the hello kitty etched and the did a Great job.. I have never tried etching before but it looks like fun...also, it would be cool if they had some etching cream that came out in color...but I sure do love how yours came out..
Thanks for the chance to win!

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

Your frame is awesome and I have to say, I think I may be going out to buy some etching cream today. haha! You have inspired me! Fantastic projects!


Dave said...

I've never seen a lesson on glass etching, and this one really fascinated me. So much so I believe I will have to try it sometime. Thanks so much for a really neat project.

Luv Scrapping Together said...

Oh My! Melissa, you did a fabulous job with the challenge. I love the frame! Thanks for the awesome tutorial. This is something I really want to try this year.


Luv Scrapping Together said...

BTW, I am a follower! Can't wait to see what you do next!


Trisha said...

Wow, your frame is precious. Well deserving for your new grandbaby girl and I love your etching. You are right, I need to try it. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com (Man could I use that extension cord badly)

Simply AJ said...

First, I am a long time follower and seriously love, love, love your blog! I am a rookie scrapper and you always provide such great instructions that help out so much! Thank you! Okay, the card is fantastic! Color combinations and the bling make it come alive. Your glass etching project turned out so great and you make it look so easy. I am going to give it a try. Simply AJ - queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

Trisha said...

I am a follower and looking forward to your next wonderful project. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Alma said...

I tried glass etching last week for the first time and became hooked but now I so wanna try your hello kitty idea!! GREAT JOB!!

GiGi said...

WOW! I love your projects! That frame is so cute and the etched glass set is AWESOME! I became a new follower!
booger1 at

Denise said...

I am so impressed with your projects!!! The frame is gorgeous, but my jaw dropped at the etchings! How cool they are?! What happens if you get the etching cream on your hands? Where did you get it? I can tell I'm going to be getting a lot of ideas from you ;)

Auntie Em said...

Congratulations on your new granddaughter! Aren't grandbabies awesome?
Your frame is so precious. It would be great for a first trip photo too!
Love the dinner set. She will always know where to sit at Gramma's table for meals.
Thanks for sharing! :o)
I am a follower! I have to see what you do next!!! :D

Erika Valdez said...

WOW!! I am in awe of your bowl and glass set!! I really want to try etching but it is kind of intimidating! Thanks for giving us step by step instructions, I think I will give this a try this weekend!!

Lots of Cricut love,

Jingle said...

I SO LOVE your etching project!!! What a great idea for this! I'm officially inspired!

Jingle said...

I am now a follower!

Karen said...

I really like the way you did the plate and cup. Very nice. kschlu1 at gmail dot com

Maria Elena said...

Wow Melissa you are so talent.. first I was in love with your frame: you use my favorite colors and favorite character !! and then your tuto about the glass etching ... are super duper cute !

Have a great Friday ;-)

Elaine said...

WOW Melissa Fantastic!!
I just love both projects, the frame is beautiful and the plate and glass are too cute!

I have got to make these for my nieces 7th birthday next week. I have the etching cream but haven't used it yet. (i will use it this weekend)

Thanks so much for sharing and for the chance to win:)

Elaine said...

I am a new follower

Paula Bee said...

Your projects are awesome!! I absolutely love the etching and I MUST now try it! Thanks for the tutorial. :)

Carley said...

Melissa! I love both of your projects they are super fabulous (now that's real good ;) Raegan is bound for fame with that birthday (mine is Nov 25 and we all know I am fabulous ha ha J/K I love the glass etching tutorial I am so now calling you an enabler because I am dying to go buy some stuff and start etching everything! Love ya friend
I hope you have a fabulous glittery day!

Pink Lady's Paradise said...

You really "brought it" girl! Fabulous projects!!! Loved them both.
Thanks for the inspiration,
Cindy :)

Patti Ross said...

GREAT projects - and you've inspired me! My daughter-in-law leaves for Haiti today to work in a clinic - I will be taking care of my 5 month old grand=daughter...I will make a special scrapbook page for "mom" using hello kitty...I can picture it already!!!!

Patti Ross

Patti Ross said...

I'm your newest follower...

Patti Ross

DORCAS said...

I love the etching!! ANd the frame is fabulous! I will be doing both projects! I really like the etching!!! Great job!!!

Kelly said...

Woohoo... found you again. I actually found you on another blog hop at work, and forgot to hit follow. Now, I found you through this hop! !I am sooo excited! LOVE LOVE the etched plate and cup! Thanks for sharing. kellyrlane at hotmail dot com

Cheryl said...

Oh my goodnes, Melissa! I love that etching. I have never tried and now I have to! I am a new follower and fellow DT member for FIF. So glad to have the chance to check out your creations!


Janet said...

Great frame the colors are perfect. The etching is really cute, havent't tried that yet.
BTW I am a new follower.

Vivi Martínez said...

Fantastic projects! I have been thinking about make some etching glass, but have not yet... maybe this can be included on my 2011 projects to do.

Carol said...

Awesome frame! and the etching is amazing, I have been wanting to try it but no time yet. TFS


Stephanie said...

Love love love the etching, I'm going to have to try it! I also really like the bling on the frame, very cool!

Rose said...

Your projects are amazing! I love the frame, so sweet!


wow! your ideas are so darn cute.I'm very new to this craft world and i will certainly make sure to follow you.

Reneeleeak said...

Wow! You did an excellent job with both projects.
The frame is so precious. Love all the bling on it and the papers that you used are so pretty!
Thanks for giving us a tutorial on your glass etching. You did a wonderful job! The bowl and glass turned out darling. ☺
reneeleeak at yahoo dot com

Aimee said...

The plate and cup set is just fantastic!!! I follow your blog.

Vicki said...

The etching is amazing. Thanks for sharing. Now I have to try it.

vwilson577 at

mum of two said...

You know you are brilliant and gifted right? I can't tell you how much I love your projects. They are perfect. I am totally inspired to try etching now! I am only 4 blogs in on this hop and totally inspired already :) TFS


Lezlye said...

Love the frame and the etching idea! That would be perfect for a friend of mine who loves the kitty. I posted a kitty card today too!

Jessie G. said...

I love the etching! I am going to have to try that! Thanks for sharing!

Jessie G.
goodjessie at hotmail dot com

PS I am a new follower:)

Scrap'n Yamma said...

I love the frame - and the glass etching is very cool! Thank you for sharing!

Kathy's-Krafts said...

I love how the plate and cup came out...I also really love the paper that you used.

Kathy's-Krafts said...

I am a new follower as well

joni said...

These are just fantastic!!! I love the frame...perfect for a lil one!!! And the etching is something I've been wanting to try for a long time...have all the supplies..just haven't taken the plunge yet! Thanks for sharing! I have been a follower for a while!
arcocha at yahoo dot com

Tanya said...

Love the frame!! And the etching turned out really good too! I have had the etching cream for a loonnng while now and still haven't given it a try... maybe soon :)

phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

Tanya said...

I am already a follower of yours :)

phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

BunnyFreak said...

Wow love the idea of a longer card. I am already a follower.
email is google name at yahoo dot com

Jan said...

I love the way the plate turned out! I have to get some of those and try the etching. I have some etching cream, but I haven't used it yet.

Your projects are so cute. I became a follower of your blog. I look forward to more of your projects.


JennyKozar said...

This is adorable! I really need to learn how to etch glass as these would make such fun gifts. I am a NEW follower and a design team member - so happy to be creating with you!

kathlee said...

Great projects! I had to laugh while I was admiring your etching. I used the identical square plate and mug for etched Christmas gifts. They are terrific aren't they? And the square shape made it etching go flawlessly! Loved it! Beautiful work and congrats on your baby granddaughter!

Stacy said...

You are so creative!! I love your projects so much!! I'm a follower. Stacy H-W

PinkBlingCrafter said...

I'm already a follower. I LOVE LOVE your frame with the blinged out plane and great tutorial on the etching!!! Great projects.

Anna said...

Both projects are just wonderful. Thank you for the glass etch how to. I really want to try this and you make it look so easy and great.
Thanks for the chance to win.
http: // mamawann. blogspot. com/
annadowdy at gmail dot com

Anna said...

I am a follower.
Thanks for the chance to win.
http: // mamawann. blogspot. com/
annadowdy at gmail dot com

VinDeeLoo said...

Etching is addictive. I have done about 6 glass blocks and 20 ornaments - most since I got my E for Christmas. FYI - Contact paper works great as a template AND it is less expensive.

vndlewis at rocketmail dot com

VinDeeLoo said...

I am a follower.

vndlewis at rocketmail dot com

AmyJRockstar said...

Thank you so much for that awesome tutorial in glass etching! I can totally do that. I used to be a sign maker and really it's very similar to that. :0)
XO ~ Amy Jo
amyjrockstar at gmail dot com

AmyJRockstar said...

I am a new follower as of today. :0)
~ Amy Jo amyjrockstar at gmail dot com

Janis said...

I don't know why I still get amazed by you - your posts, your tutorials, your ideas, your talent... I should just expect to get amazed every time I visit. GREAT projects! I've never glass etched. Sounds intimidating, but you made it look so easy. Very cute projects. Hugs! :) Janis

scrappinmomma said...

I love both your projects they are beautiful. tfs

scrapaholicjen said...

Both of your projects turned out AWESOME!!!! I Love the airplane on your plane for the frame and your etching looks great! TFS!!! I'm a new follower! I have never seen a gypsy extension cord - that would be great to win!
qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

Heather said...

LOVE your projects! That frame is so cute! Love the colors! I am already a follower!
ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

Charlotte said...

Oh WOW!!! I am super impressed with your project. I have never done any glass but would certainly like to give it a try.

craftaholic said...

Oh my gosh that turned out super!! Love it!! I have had etching cream for some time now and have not attempted it as of yet...I did buy a Cheap vase at Value Village thrift store the other day and just need some Vinyl and I can try it out!!! Will post it on my blog when I get it done! TFS!!! And I have been a follower for a while now!!


Sharon said...

Love love love the frame but I am in awe of your etching!!! I want to do that!!! I tried once and it did not turn out like that at all!!! Your's is just awesome!!!!! Love love love love it!!! :)

Carrie's Corner said...

both of your projects are adorable. I like etching too. I put my last name on casserole dishes so I don't lose them at potlucks. TFS!
cau0617 at yahoo dot com

Kimberly said...

WOW!!!! Two amazing projects!!I never realized etching on glass was so easy! I just love it!

Patti B said...

Wow your make etching look so simple. I think that I am going to try it soon. Tfhanks for introducing it to all of us.

Patti B said...

I have become a follower of yours and plan to be back for more great craft Ideas

Nisson Family said...

I LOVE your projects Melissa! The glass etching is Fabulous!!! I'm excited to be on the team w/ you!


*Star said...

Awesome projects!!! I am totally in love with the frame. Tfs and have a great day. :)

*Star said...

I am a follower. Sorry I forgot to post my email on my last comment.

star24601 at gmail dot com

Angela R said...

I love both ideas, thank you so much for sharing! Love the little glass to go along with the dish! Thank you so much for sharing!
Contact Info: incase I get luckey enough to win the amazing blog candy!
new Blog:

A Scrap Above said...

Hi Melissa
WOW.. I love the HK frame, and that paper is a MUST! Your plate is too cool, I love etching with my cricut!
I am already a follower of your blog
TFS and a chance to win
Bonnie C

mississchic said...

I have already been a follower. You're going to etch everything be careful. LoL. A HK dish, cute. mississchic @ yahoo dotcom

Jean-Marie said...

I love your projects for this Hello Kitty challenge. The papers you used for the first project are perfect....the glitz and glam are perfect for your little Reagin. I particularly love the pink papr on the airplane. But the etching---oh, now you have me itching to get etching!!! Loved the project. Thanks so much for sharing.

Jean-Marie said...

oh...i forgot to include contact in my post: jms822 at gmail dot com. I would love a chance to win that cord. It's someting I'd use EVERY time I craft. I didn't even know it existed--perfect! Thanks again!

Jenifer said...

I can't stand it! This is the CUTEST thing I have ever seen--both the frame and the plate/cup combo! WOW!!!!!!!!!! I want a Gypsy soooooo bad! I've never cut vinyl with my Cricut, but I would love to.!

KARLA UREA said...

Wao Wao I love your projects!!! you are so talent what adorable and thanks for sharing, let hop
Love Karla U
kureab at hotmail dot com

SueNJ said...

WOW is all I can say. The etching is amazing. Congrats on your grand daughter. Grandchildren are a blessing!

Happy Scrappin'

Sue B

SueNJ said...

I am a new follower. Looking forward to many more projects.

Happy Scrappin'

Sue B

Card Creations by C said...

Wow...the etching is really awesome, I never thought to do something like that! Great job!

Sandra 365 Days Of Cricut said...

Wow Melissa these are both such beautiful and creative projects! We are so happy to have you on the Hop and the Team =)

Kris said...

Holy catfish... I mean WOWSERS! I adore that plate and cup and soooooo have to try etching!!!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

Kris said...

And I'm definitely a follower because of that etching!!!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

Mary said...

WOW, I love both of your projects. The picture frame is absolutely adorable and the plate a cup are sooo cute. I was kind of wondering how to etch, Thank you for the step by step!

Mary said...

I just posted and forgot to leave my email. So I'll leave it on this one, I am a follower! my email is mary3mom at yahoodotcom

Donna said...

Hi. I just became a follower. OMG when does Michael's open. I must get some of this etching stuff. Looks like so much fun. A friend is having a 50th wedding anniversary and this will be perfect for a gift.
Thanks. I am new a blogging. Check me out. someday maybe I will be as good as you

Nadia's World said...

Awesome Project!!!

Love all of them, especially the blinged out frame!! LOL

Thanks for the detailed instructions on glass etching. You make it look easy.


Karelj said...

Thanks so much for sharing your projects. Your frame is sweet and sparkly! The etching tutorial makes me think this is something I need to try. Your dishes turned out just darling! I've been a follower of yours for a while now. Thanks so much for the great blog hop and the opportunity to win. karelj at ksjennings at gmail dot com and

Kitty said...

Very cute! The etching looks like a lot of fun,i've been wanting to try for a while! TFS

Laurel said...

Awesome projects!! The frame is really wonderful! I really want to try glass etching!! =) Laurel

stefeni said...

SOO cute! I was in love with the blinged out HK but even more in love with the etched glass! Great job.

spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

stefeni said...

I am already a follower.

spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

Darlene said...

That is so stinking cute! Love it! Thanks for sharing

desaucier at bellsouth dot net

Scrappy Jackie said...

Thanks for sharing your amazing projects! The frame is fantastic and the plate and mug are so cute. What great ideas you came up with. And thank you most for the how to do info. I have been wanting to try etching. Thank you for sharing and being part of this hop. pjritsema at gmail dot com

Kim. said...

Wow, wow, wow this is so so adorable. I have to make these for my god daughter who is Hello Kitty mad, she will love them. Thanks for the chance to win.
kimthompson68 at sky dot com
Kim xXx

Kim. said...

I am already a follower. Thanks for showing how you did that etching. Thanks again for the chance to win.
kimthompson68 at sky dot com
Kim xXx

Celeste B. said...

OH MY WORD!!!!!! I love the frame, it's so cute!!! I absolutely am in LOVE with the glass etching you did!!!!! I can't believe I actually get to be on the DT with you; I feel so special!! Beautiful job! :)

Barbf said...

Wow i love everything I think I will have to try some glass etching now

Barbf said...

Wow I love everything I now have to try some glass etching

Anonymous said...

OH MY GOODNESS! Loving both of your projects, you frame is sooooo cute! I attempted glass etching for Christmas, but didn't turn out so great, so I will have to try again.

jewelsluvs2scrap at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I am now a new follower. ;)

jewelsluvs2scrap at gmail dot com

scrapperbecka said...

WOW!!! You did a super awesome job on both projects! I really like the frame and love how the etched glass turned out- Very nice!

scrapperbecka at yahoo dot com

scrapperbecka said...

I am a follower

Melissa said...

Oh your plate and cup turned out darling!


melissa allore at hotmail dot com

Melissa said...

I'm a follower!

melissa allore at hotmail dot com

Colleen said...

Just adorable and love the tutorial on glass etching. I haven't done that in so long, makes me think about doing something. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Love the frame! The black glitter is gorgeous!!! What a fabulous frame for a cute pic of your grand-daughter! The glass etching is soo cute! I etched a bunch of candle holders a couple Christmas's ago and it was so fun! Thanks for reminding me to use my left over etching cream. Your project turned out adorable! Thanks for the chance to win! -Nicole

myska said...

I have been wanting to try glass etching, but I am so intimidated. I just may try it! Thanks!

Jamie said...

Great job on the etching! I enjoy glass etching. Cute stuff here!

Dawn, RI said...

I just lovedhow you glittered the airplane, The cup and dish came out great. Dawn RI
abosoffit at hotmail dot com

Anonymous said...

ADORABLE! Both projects are amazing, I love the Hello Kitty Etching! I may try it!!!!


Anonymous said...

oopps also a new follower, and most likely a stalker now too! your blog is great!

Ami said...

I really wan to try the glass the look!

I am amidkmpr at msn dot com

Ami said...

I really want to do some glass etching now! Love the project! TFS...

Ami said...

I am a new follower, too.....
I am amidkmpr at msn dot com

CricutLvr!! said...

ok, first of all, I love, love the pic frame. Black & pink go so well together!!!
It is just adorable!!
Second, I just love the glass etching. I haven't tried this yet, but i'm thinking I might for our next hop!! Thanks for the inspiration. So happy to be joining you!!

Lisa W said...

Your frame is absolutely gorgeous, I love the colours. I love the etched glass as well.

Becky Dunham said...

All I can say is wow! I love both of these projects! I just kept scrolling down during that tutorial for the glass cutting because I could not wait to see the finished project - it was so worth it! Just darling. Congrats on your new baby granddaughter!

Becky Dunham said...

Oh, and I am a new follower! I am happy to be a follower on your blog because I love your creative style!
rdunham at q dot com

Debican said...

I have never tryed glass etching. This turned really good. TFS Hugs, Debi

scrapBugz said...

Great projects. Loved them both. Thanks for sharing.

mjbaker at earthlink dot net

scrapBugz said...

I'm now a new follower. Thanks for a chance to win.

mjbaker at earthlink dot net

CyndiU said...

Totally awesome. I haven't taken the plunge into vinyl but your tutorial sure makes it tempting. TFS
cureta2 at yahoo dot com

CyndiU said...

Just became a follower.
cureta2 at yahoo dot com

Jennifer said...


Congratulations on your granddaughter (with a beautiful name!)!!! :) I love the frame you altered! And your etching turned out great! Thank you so much for taking the time to do a tutorial! Now I am inspired to try it (my children would love it!).

Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win (as a new Gypsy owner, the cord would certainly come in handy),

partridgelu at yahoo dot com

liza said...

Im a new follower! Loved your ideas, thanks for sharing!!
Liza Landrum

Anonymous said...

LOVE both of these projects!!!!!!

Latinacreativa said...

LOVE your projects! They are so sweet!


your etching and tutorial was fantastic.
Rebecca Minor

Lisa said...

Oh, I love your projects! It's fun to see what people do with the cricut, besides cards and scrapbook pages. I becoming a follower now! :o)


Raven B said...

OH MY GOODNESS!!! That glass etched project is AMAZING!!! So cute.


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