Thursday, November 15, 2018

Christmas Poinsettia Clock Gingerbread Box Stained Glass Ornaments and more

If you love clocks, then you will love this beautiful Poinsettia clock 
that I created. I used Cricut Kraft Board for the white layers and 12 x 12
 heavy colored papers. You can add the extra Green layer to the back. 
Assemble all the layers in order with glue and add the clock part (you can 
buy at any hobby store) through the holes & then add your assembled 
Poinsettia flower to the top. 
Add the hands & place Two AA batteries in the back. 
So fun and easy to make. 

I'm sharing my Poinsettia Clock Design Space file below

Your gorgeous Poinsettia clock is ready to start the Holidays. 

This beautiful box with the pretty cutout design is so quick and 
easy to make and assemble. I created this box to hold my Stained
Glass ornaments. Also, the Poinsettia flower would look lovely on 
top of all your Holiday gifts.
See posting below for Ornaments & Poinsettia.

Ornament Box DS file

I enjoyed designing this special layered Christmas Poinsettia using all 
FREE images in Design Space. It can be used on your packages or
even worn as a corsage with a pin back and even a magnet for the
fridge. Lots of uses for this beautiful Poinsettia for your Holiday
festivities. Enjoy! If you make any of these, please tag me on F/B.
Thanks and happy crafting.
Poinsettia Flower DS file

Start your Christmas Holidays out with these lovely Stained
Glass Ornaments. They are layered and you can change out
the colors and papers to make them special. Add gems, glitter
or pompoms and ribbons to make them festive.
Oh and don't forget to look in the hidden layers panel for
Enjoy and happy crafting!
Stained Glass Ornaments D/S

Last but not least are these adorable Gingerbread sweeties
that will delight whoever is lucky to receive them. This 
fun box can be stuffed with goodies or a special gift. It has
2 small boxes on top with the candy canes attached and
you can add tiny treasures inside. Make sure you share
your version with your delightful papers and colors and
don't forget to tag me (Misty Morgan) on Face Book.
Gingerbread Box D/S file

Oh I just couldn't forget my Snowman Christmas countdown 
for all those charming children and adults. lol 
Yes, I have mine ready to start counting down the day. haha 

Make a Snowman face to count down til Christmas. Move
the Snowman's carrot nose as each day passes. So much
Fun!! Instructions are included and are fun and easy to make.
All cut on 8.5 x 11 heavy cardstock or Cricut Kraft Board.
Oh, check for the hidden surprise in the layers panel. ;) 
Snowman Countdown D/S file

That's it for another crafting day my crafty friends.
Hope you enjoy making all of these beautiful creations as
much as I did creating them. Don't forget to tag me in F/B
so I can see your lovely creations. (Misty Morgan)
Happy Crating everyone!

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Sunday, September 2, 2018

Scandinavian Christmas Scene Plus FREE JOY Cutout Cards & Penguin Gift Card

Hello again my crafty friends!
Yes, it's been awhile since I last posted, so I have a surprise for
everyone today. It's been near 120 here last month and now I
can feel the coolness in the morning air start to peek. It's still in the
120's during the day and seems to cool a little bit at night. I don't 
ever remember it being so hot here, but I think that's the case all
over the world.

Thinking more on Cool Snow Christmas time, I just had to make this beautiful
Scandinavian Christmas Scene cut out with Cricut Kraft Board and
cardstock on my Cricut Maker. This file was gracelessly shared in Design
Space by Cherry Lynn Young on her FB page.You may ask to join here....

 She has so many beautiful designs and was even featured at the Cricut
convention in Utah this year.  She's amazing!

Yes, I just had to make this brown and white Christmas scene also. They
are so easy and fun to make. You can even put LED lights that change
lovely colors, behind the trees. 
It's gorgeous to see this all sparkling at night.
A treasured creation!

I was so inspired after making the Scandinavian Christmas scenes, that
I created this Christmas JOY cutout card in Design Space using fonts and
images from access.  I cut the joy out in white 110 white cardstock that
I buy from Walmart. I glued each layer together, to form the base. For the
see through center, I used Cricut Acetate foiled with stars. For the Winter font, I 
used Cricut Med. Black tip Calligraphy pen. 
Gotta love the Cricut Maker! 

 Of course I needed to make a blue one, right? lol These cards are
so easy and fun to make. I may try to make some with Merry or
Xmas, Peace. Just use the weld tool and you can make whatever
your heart desires. Most of all, have fun with Design Space.
I think this would be a lovely card to use if your gifting the Scandinavian 
Christmas scene to someone special.  
They would certainly be filled with JOY!

Oh, I do want to share my JOY card with everyone that uses Cricut
Design Space. That's my surprise for you today! ;) 

Click on this link and it will open up in Design Space, then
you can make this Lovely JOY card and even edit it, if you wish.

Hope you like it!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!

I'm cool now! lol

Oh for the ones that don't use Design Space, here a cute

Free Penguin gift card from Dreaming Tree

If you make these, please share them on my Facebook page here

Have a Great week my friends!

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Gorgeous Mega 20" Butterfly Wall Decor plus Seed Pockets

Just fluttering in to showcase this Gorgeous 20" Butterfly!
 This is from Mary's svgcuts and you can get the cutting file
here for only 1.99.
 It's a beauty for sure!!

This is certainly a Wow project! It's so easy and quick to
assemble. Beautiful for a wall decor or as a special gift
for someone on your list. I love it!  I made this
one for my daughter and she Love it. Now I need to make one for me.:) 
You can make them in any color combination.
Makes a Gorgeous display for any wall. Surprise someone
special with this Gorgeous Wow project.

This butterfly is from "Breezy Meadow Butterflies" also from
Mary's svgcuts.
Click on the link below to get this collection

 I enlarged the butterflies to about 16 x 11 in Design Space. I
assembled it the same as the 20"and sliced it in sections to fit on
my 12 x 12 cutting mat. I really love this one!

This one is another Butterfly from Breezy Meadow. I love the purple with
the dots. You can pick most any colors to make these delightful butterflies.
They are so colorful and beautiful.

Okay, who's ready for a FREE Butterfly Seed Pocket!!!

This Seed Butterfly Pocket is a FREE file from Mary at svgcuts.
Click on the link below

What a quick and cute gift for someone.
Add your favorite seed packet and it's ready to go on it's way for
someone to enjoy.
Sooo adorable!
And it's FREE!!

These seed packets are soooo cute. Quick and easy to
make for a party or special little gift.

That's it for another crafty day my friends.
Have a wonderful weekend!


Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Chalk Couture Build A Bunny Home Decor Chalkboard


Hello all my crafty and creative friends!
It's another day in my crafty room and do I have something New
 and exciting to share with all of you. 
I'm sooo Excited!

What a gorgeous way to bring in SPRING with Melody Lane's 
fabulous Build A Bunny framed Chalked blackboard picture.
You can watch her make this Bunny Chalkboard by clicking on the link below
Please subscribe to her channel if you like. She's so amazing and talented.

Yes, Melody made this all, using Chalkology Chalk paste and  Build
A Bunny transfer.
How fun is that!!! 
Come along with me and join in the fun!

Introducing Chalk Couture Chalology Paste and Inks!!

Yes, this is all done using Chalk paste!
First up is my so so cute Easter Bunny Chalkboard easel.
Yes, I made this using the Chalology paste. It can be sealed with
Krylon acrylic spray to make it permanent or if I want to change it,
I can spray a little water on it and wipe it right off with a baby wipe.
It's just that simple!

 I simply have fallen in love with the
 Chalkology paste, because it's not messy, it's water based and it spreads on
so quickly and so easy and fun to use.
 If I can do it, anybody can! lol
Read my story below.

Ken Hess showcased these adorable Chalkboard easels that he made.
Click on the link below to see his Bunny project using the Pink chalkboard.

Thanks to Ken, I found these Chalkboard easels at my Hobby Lobby.
And they were 50% off.
How cool is that!
I simply love them and you can use both sides of the
Chalkboard for any season or inspirational quote and switch them back 
and forth. So cool!
 They open up like a sandwich sign and stand up on a counter, table or floor.

You can put the Chalkology paste on many surfaces including glass bottles, check
my bottle below. Plus, did I say it is nontoxic and water based? Yes and it has
a nice smell and is the consistency of yogurt. 

The transfer I used is called "Build A Bunny".
There's so many ways to create a darling chalkboard and many many
more creations using other materials.

These are some of the Chalkology pastes that I used on my
Chalkboard easel. They now come in 3oz jars and are sooo creamy
and a delight to use. So much fun!!

This is my second project that I made. I love how easy and smooth
the Chalkology paste spreads on. And, it's water based for very
easy clean up. Also, it's non toxic, so it's very safe to use.

This was my very First project. Yes, I like to start small! lol
I saved this vinegar bottle awhile back and thought it would be
perfect for my agave syrup. The little pink hearts are made with, yes
Bubble Gum pink Chalkology paste and for the green hearts, I used
Evergreen paste. Since I didn't have the letter transfer yet, I cut
the words out on my Cricut Maker using black vinyl and placed them on the bottle.
 Then I sprayed it with clear acrylic spray. I tested it in water and was amazed at
how beautifully it still looked after repeated washings. Also the acrylic spray is so
shiny and clear.  I will be saving lots more bottles and jars.
I love how it turned out! So easy and fun and Great gifts.

My Story
I have to tell you a little story about why I started small. Well, when I was
little, my mom would take me to her China painting classes. I would
sit next to her and watch and munch little cookies. ha  I really didn't
care much for painting and getting all those paints all over me. Plus the smell was terrible.
 And besides, I couldn't draw a straight line if it killed me. lol So 
through the years, I would trek along to all my mother's classes. I remember
one that I really liked and it wasn't because of the paints. Her class was
held in the Hills of Palace Verde's, at a very enchanting barn that had chickens
and rabbits and even a pony. I had so much fun playing that it made me
want to go more classes, even if I didn't like to paint. lol

In high school, if I was asked to paint in class, I would tell the teacher that I
needed to be alone, so I could be creative. "Smile" He let me take it home and I asked
my sister do it. She was the artist in the family and surely not me. lol The next day,
I would bring her painting in and the teacher was amazed and gave me an A. Do you
think he really knew I didn't create it ?? Thinking back, I'm sure he did and since I
was creative in everything else, he made that exception. I remember making a stained
glass butterfly, using small cuts of paper and piecing them all together during class and
 I loved it. Now that was my kind of fun!
Wish I had my Cricut or Eclips cutting machines back then!!!

If my mother was alive today, she would be so surprised to see
me creating and loving all these beautiful Chalkology pastes. I think she would
have had fun with these also. Hey, if I can do it, Anybody can. It's so easy and the
transfer does all the work for you. ha Just spread it on and wipe it off
and you have a beautiful masterpiece. Now, that's my kind of crafting
Quick, Easy and Fun!!

Take a look at the Kit I got!
My sponsor is Melody Lane under Ken Hess.
What a Great TEAM!!

So, you may be asking yourself, how can I join this fun group?
Chalk Couture started in July of last year and has grown enormously.
So this is a wonderful time to join and get this super kit.
Think of all the beautiful creations you can make for yourself
or unique gifts for someone special on you list.

Well, if your like me, you may want to start small (not really lol) and try our special
kit that includes all of the above for only $99.00 (Value over $230.00)
You get
5 Chalkology pastes
7 Unique Transfers,
Beautiful Logo Apron
Gorgeous Procelain coated  Chalkboard 9" x 12" Frame
Round shaped magnetic Chalkboard 10"
2 Squeegees 1 Small 1 Large
Start up guide

Okay, for the one's that catch my excitement and want it all, you may
click on the link to get this amazing kit and sign up.
Then you will get 40% off all your purchases, Yes, that's True!
Isn't that exciting!
Plus they send you a Free Transfer of the month and give you
a Free online website.
This is the Free May Transfer.

If you have any questions, please email me and I
will be happy to assist you.
Click the link below, then on the top right click JOIN

All others, you may click on my Store and look around  at
all the wonderful paints and transfers we have to offer.

Most of all have FUN!

Thank you for your interest and support in my new jouney
with Chalk Couture. I hope you join me in this exciting adventure.
I'm going to try the chalk with my cards and
3d projects, so I'll be having fun checking that out. Oh, and did
I mention they just came out with Chalk Inks! Yep, my head is
spinning ( Dish towels & Shirts Oh My!)with all these wonderful
and exciting products.
That's what crafting is, having FUN with YOU in the middle.
Have a wonderful week my friends and watch for all my
fun projects to appear and maybe a surprise giveaway. ;)

Have an Awesome week!

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Easter Cross Cards

 As usual I've been in my crafty room and this
time it's a FREE svg cutting Easter Cross card.

Isn't this simply Gorgeous!
This is Bird's sample card that she made and is offering it FREE
to everyone.  I love the yellow card
base and the all white Cross and background with the pretty lilies.

Click on the link below to get this file.

First up is my purple and gold card. I cut the Cross out of shiny Gold paper and
backed it with purple cardstock. For the background I used a pretty purple leaf pattern.
Gorgeous card and perfect for Easter and other occasions.

Next up is my soft green and gold card. I used the gold flower cutouts
from my goldcross above to add a little sparkle and also cut the flowers
in various colors.
For the background and leaves, I used a Anna Griffin embossing folder.
  I added a sheer white bow under the flowers.
Simply elegant!

I used the Cricut  "Wildflowers" paper
pack. I bought them when they were on sale, plus I used Melody Lane's
10% code. This is the first I've used Cricut paper and I love it. It's beautifully
textured and a nice weight for cards and also any 3d projects. It also cuts
beautifully with the Cricut Maker, Sizzix Eclips2 and Explore.
Great papers!!
Snag it when it goes on Sale!
You can view the papers by clicking on the links below.


I also picked up this Hello Kitty's soooo cute!
I'm not sure what I'll make with it. Do you have any suggestions?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
"Hello Kitty"

Up last is my white embossed card. Again, I used an Ann Griffin folder to
emboss the background and a simple purple sheer bow.
 After seeing Lee's finished cards, I've added Pearls
to the flowers and cross to give it a touch of elegance. Thanks to Lee, I've
added gems to my other cards also.
Beauty and simplicity all in one card!

That''s it my friends for another crafty collection.
Hope that I've inspired you today.
Have a great week!

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Truly- Madly- Deeply- Valentine Heart Lantern- Lips Box- Ornate Cards

Hello my crafty friends. I hope that everyone that had that flu
is well again by now.  Your well wishes really helped lift me up.
Thank you all!
I'm back to normal and have been crafting this gorgeous
Valentine heart lantern and cards by Bird's collection,
"Truly, Madly, Deeply"
It's simply divine!

You can get the collection by clicking on the link below.
And it comes with a step by step tutorial. How cool is that!

Up first is this lovely heart lantern that I cut out on my Cricut Maker, 
using white cardstock. I embossed the top lid with a dotted pattern. The
butterflies were in my stash that I bought a long time ago at the goodwill 
and knew that someday I would have good use for them. 
For the middle heart, I embossed it with Anna Griffin Aviary Cricut
Cuttlebug folder. I love this folder and it's the first time using it. 
I think it turned out perfect, wouldn't you agree.
 Since I used velum and it is pretty thin, I cut another heart out and
glued them together.
So pretty when the light shines through!

Side view and closeup of the pretty hearts going up the sides. I put a
multi colored led light in it and it's so beautiful at night and also during
the day. Quite fun and easy to assemble watching the tutorial.
Gorgeous lantern!

Close up of the pretty embossed bird on velum. There were some spots that kind
of tore and that's why I glued a second plain layer of velum behind it.
I love how it turned out!

This is Bird's Ornate framed love card from the collection.
I love how the envelope matches the card. So lovely!

Up next is this lovely ornate framed card all done in blue willow
and white. I used the Blue Rose Cottage from The paper studio that
I got from Hobby Lobby awhile back and I simply love this pack.
I added pearls and a florescent heart to the middle that could be
used for Mother's day or actually any occasion.
Very easy to assemble and is a gorgeous card to send to a special
friend or loved one.

Up next is my pretty pink and black card. Do you notice anything
different on this card? Well, I got distracted by my little pup, Katie
and I glued the roses in reverse. lol
And, when I pop dotted it, I put it on upside down.
I couldn't change the glued one, but I was
able to pop it off to turn it around. Whew! Thank you, Katie! haha

I also cut the love out in white, but also cut it in black and white
polka dots. I wanted the top to be in white and bottom dotted to
give it a different effect.
Hope you like the finished card. I think it turned out great.

Up last is my special card with a cameo in the center. This would make
a lovely Mother's Day card for anyone to be proud of and a keepsake for sure.
I used Graphic 45 paper with two shade of Lilac. I glued only the
black letters on this one, so that's why the "O" is smaller. The paper
was so pretty that I didn't want to cover it up with the full piece.
There are so many colors and patterns to make this lovely card very special.
 The picture doesn't do it justice, it's soooo pretty in person.

I wanted to thank, Bird for her gluing tip in her tutorial, while she glues
 the roses on. I've never thought of putting glue on that way.
If you haven't watched her video, you should watch it for sure.
 Great tip!

How about this adorable Free collection!!
Soooo adorable!!
Yes, it's All Free svg cutting files from Bird's!

Grab this Freebie by clicking on the link below.

That's it my friends for another crafty day.
Hope your weekend was great!
I hope that I inspired you once again.
Please let me know which card is your favorite.

Mine is the Blue willow! :) 

Friday, January 26, 2018

PUPPY KITTY and FROG Oh MY~Valentine Heart Box Too

Peeking puppy Kitty and Frog!
Hi again my crafty friends! Just peeking in with these adorable
Valentine sweetie's. While looking through my saved svg files, I 
came across these sweet little cuties in Miss Kates folder. I always
look for her Free files each week and file them away for a rainy day, so 
to speak. These adorable cuties are layered and glued to make a 3d effect.
 All three really went together quite quickly.

This is a Snoopy Magnet!
 I've added magnets to the backs of some, so you can place it on your fridge
or anything metal. I cut 3 layers and one in poster board to make them sturdy.

In fact, I made this adorable Snoopy with a heart for my
puppy groomer after she told me that Katie nipped her mom's finger when she
 reached in the cage to get her.
I felt so bad and just had to make her something to cheer her up.
The front of her reception desk has metal and Snoopy was
 the perfect place for everyone to enjoy.
I think she Loved it!

As for Katie, she's in the doghouse! lol
Oh those puppy dog eye's!
I think she just got scared, but she is a little nippy at times.

You can get these cuties and more files from Miss Kates site below.
They are only 50 cents now and some are even less.
If you sign up for her email, you can get one Free each week.
Beautiful files and designs that cut perfectly on any cutting machine.
She's so talented and happy to share her Free files with everyone.

Valentine Puppy

Cute Valentine Kitty

Cute Frog

Up next is this sweet little kitty. She's ready to share her
Valentine with someone special. I pop dotted her cheeks and body.
Fill the box with goodies or small gift
and she will bring a smile for sure.

Up next is this cutie that will brighten anyone's day.
Fast and easy to make.
I love them all!

This is a Cricut Design Space Access Freebie. In DS type  "Key Hole Heart Box".
This is so quick and easy to assemble and can be used for any treat
or small gifts. It cuts in one piece and very simple to make. If you don't
have Design Space, I'm sure you could google heart boxes and find one
that is suitable.

How about a Freebie Arrow Heart shape!
Click on the link below

This is Free from Miss Kate


That's it for another fine crafty day.

Have a wonderful weekend and happy crafting.