Friday, August 25, 2017

Witchie Woman ~ with Cyndy G

Hello crafty friends.  Today I am sharing a project from SVG Attic - JGW 3D Witch.  This project takes a some time a patience to put together but the finished project is well worth the effort!

Isn't she adorable.  Her skirt panels are stitched together with some embroidery floss.  The paper is some K&Company that I had and the accent panels are Graphic 45, Halloween in Wonderland.

Her hair is made out of Trendy Twine - Limeade.  I made her hair according to the directions except I used Mod Podge instead of starch and I loosened the curls.  To make her bangs I ran three strands of twine across the front of the hat.  I glued the hair around the inside edge of the hat rather than her head then attached the hat.  

I added a bat to the center of her bow.  I also decided to not add the wings to my witch.  

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Do what inspires you,
Cyndy G.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Gift Card Holders ~ with Cyndy G

Today I am sharing some gift card holders I made using a couple of files by Lori Whitlock that I purchased in the Silhouette Design Store.  These are super easy!  I used stickers to customized mine.

christmas gift card holders

This little card holder fits on one sheet of 6x6 paper.  So I used up several sheets I had left over.  Then I decided to add dimensional stickers to them instead of the included design.  

christmas gift card holders

I also made a few of the Santa and Snowman gift card holders.  They are so cute and make giving a gift card a little more personal.  I can't wait to hand out mine this year!

Santa and snowman gift card holders

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Do what inspires you,
Cyndy G.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Mourners Hat ~ with Cyndy G

Hello today I am sharing one of my favorite files from SVG Attic - the Mourner's Hat from JGW Raven Quest.  I just love how this file comes together.  It's not to hard and the result is stunning.

3d Paper Mourner's hat

I used some Mod Podge on my hat to help protect it and I love the result!  

Close up of hat showing flower and bow

It took a little bit of work to get the flower looking like I wanted but I am please with the end result.  I painted it with some colored glitter glue.  I think I will be using more of this stuff!

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Do what inspires you,
Cyndy G.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Carousel Dreams ~ with Cyndy G

Good morning.  Thank you for stopping by.  Today I am sharing a new kit in the SVG Attic Store that I created, CG Carousel Dreams.  I hope you love it as much as I do.  I used Authentique Imagine.  It is beautiful paper that fit my vision perfectly!

Carousel horse gift bag, treat bag, centerpiece, box card

This card has an insert that pulls out.  
Mine is white on the opposite so that a message can be written.

Carousel pull out card

On my boxcard I popped the gold trim on top of the carousel and the mirror with some foam tape to give the card a little more dimension.

Carousel box card

The Horse centerpiece looks stunning and it is very easy to assemble.  The base pieces all fit inside one another (three pieces) then you insert the post, I filled the bottom third of mine with glass beads for weight, and glue the finial on top.  Once you have your horse assembled you glue her to the front.

Carousel Horse centerpiece

This little treat bag is one piece and goes together very quickly.

Carousel treat bag

Finally, my favorite piece in the kit.  The carousel gift bag.  
This bag is stunning and can be decorated, like shown or it can be left in a solid color.
It looks beautiful either way.

Carousel horse gift bag

I would love to see your versions of this kit.  
Please share them on our facebook page or our facebook fan page.

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Do what inspires you,
Cyndy G.

Monday, August 7, 2017

Halloween Puzzle ~ with Cyndy G.

I have had this puzzle on my Pinterest board for a long time now and thought it was time to give it a try.  The original design was done by Thienly for SVG Cuts.  You can find all the instructions for making it here.   I decided to use files by Doodlebug that I purchased from the Silhouette Design Store or on Lori Whitlock's site here, they are so cute and worked really well on this project.

Hunchback image on puzzle

Aren't they just adorable!

ghost puzzle

My daughter told me I needed to make a lot of these and sell them because everyone will want one.  She is the sweetest.

Frankenstein puzzle

The great thing about these is they are 6x6 so you can use some of your 6x6 paper pads to make these.

Bat puzzle

Each block is a 2" square.  To make the puzzle picture, you first assemble the image on a 6x6 sheet of paper and then cut it into 2" squares.  After you have cut the squares you attach one section to each of the cubes you have made.

Mad scientist puzzle

It does take a little time to put all the pieces together but there is nothing too difficult about this project.
When you are finished seal your work with a little mod podge.

Bride of frankenstein puzzle

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Do what inspires you,
Cyndy G.

Friday, August 4, 2017

Love Potion ~ with Cyndy G

Hello today I am sharing a project from My Scrap Chick - the potions bottle from Midnight Manor Trio.  This bottle is so quick and easy to put together.

I used some Graphic 45 paper out of my stash, Steampunk Spells.  I also used a little Trendy Twine and ribbon I had from Hobby Lobby.  I just love this file.

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Do what inspires you,
Cyndy G.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Monster Fingers ~ with Cyndy G

I have been busy making sure I am ready for the Holidays this year.  Every year I plan to make things and always run out of time.  So this year I am trying to get ahead of the game.  I made some Halloween treat boxes by Jamie Cripps.  I picked them up in the Silhouette Store.

Halloween Treat boxes - Mummy fingers, Werewolf fingers, Witch fingers and skeleton fingers

These were very easy to put together and they are so cute.  Each finger is a box.

Witch finger treat box

The boxes are pretty small.  You could fit tootsie rolls, smarties or any other small rolled candy in them. 

Werewolf finger treat box

The werewolf and mummy fingers are my favorite.

Mummy finger treat box

They would be good for a party since they go together so quickly.  You could make a lot in a short amount of time.  Plus I was able to fit four sets of fingers per color on one 12x12 sheet of paper.

Skeleton finger treat box

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Do what inspires you,
Cyndy G.