Monday, May 14, 2012

Cartridge Showcase: Yee-Haw


Good morning crafty friends,

Today is my turn to do a cartridge showcase. I had originally intended to do Damask D├ęcor and share some projects I made for my brother’s wedding. But I am still trying to pull together pictures for all that. So I had to go with a plan “B”. I wanted to do a couple of boy layouts as those seem to be less ideas out there for them.

So here are my projects.

YEE HAW Two Page Layout
All the die cuts are from the Yee Haw Cartridge. I just used pieces from the different elements available on the cartridge to “piece” the bear together.
yeehaw lo-500
Picture of entire layout
boot skull shoe
Close up of the Boot Horse Shoe and Steer Skull
horse
Close up of the horse
horse shoes
Close up of the Horse Shoes and Hemp
yee haw bear 500
Close up of the Bear Piecing
yeehaww 500
Close up of the Yee Haw Title

RECIPE
I used the following material:
Grey, Blue, Black, Yellow, Lt. Grey, Red, Brown, Dark Brown Bazzill Cardstock
Black, Brown, White Signo and Silver Pens for faux stitching and facial accents.
Mocha Mama, Midnight Confessions, Amaretto and Bloody Mary Chalk Inks
Dry Decorator Chalks.
I used some thick hemp for to wrap the photo mats.
I cut the following:
Cowboy and Cowboy Horse @ 6”
Rope at 5”
Rifle at 1”
Horse at 4 1/2”
Horse Shoes at 1 1/2”
Yee Haw Title at 4”
Shirt at 12”
Bear all at various oval shapes from Cartridge
Hat at 3”
Steer Skull at 1 3/4”

  
100% Country One Page Layout
yee haw cricut cartridge 100 country-500
100 country sign
cowboy singing
RECIPE
I used the following materials
Red, Blue, Black, Yellow, Brown and Cream Bazzill Cardstock
DCWV Boy Patterned Paper Stack
Dry Decorator Chalks for the Cowboy Cheeks.
Black Fine Tip Pen for faux stitching.
I cut the following:
Frame at 7”
Starts at 2 1/2”
Cowboy at 7”
100% Country Sign at 4”
I used pop dots to lift the cowboy and 100% Country sign so I can slide a picture underneath. I did also trim the bottom of the Country sign just a bit so it wouldn’t hang over the photo matte too much.



Howdy Card
yeehaw card-500
Finished Card Size 5.5 x 5.5
I used the following materials
Red, Black, Yellow, Brown, Dark Brown, Tan, Grey, Green and Cream Bazzill Cardstock
Patterned paper is from the DCWV Boy Paper Stack
I cut the following:
Howdy sign at 1 1/2”
Boot at 3”
Horse at 1 3/4”
Cowboy Hat at 4”
Cactus and Fence at 3”
Bear at various Oval pieces
Sign at 5” using the layer and shift layer pieces only.

Thank you so much for stopping by. Be sure to come back tomorrow as our PCW team inspires you with a new challenge!

Have a wonderfully crafty day!
-Melin

10 comments:

Jen said...

OMGosh!!! TOO CUTE!  Great job, Melin!  Love the Cowboy Bear and all of the other wonderful details, too.

Melissa Konieczka said...

The way you put things together is...beautiful. I mean, those bears are so sweet and the way you color/ink the faces is adorable. Great job!

Betty Anne Orr said...

Wow you do beautiful work, I love the western theme you used on this one. 

Jamie Larsen said...

super cute layouts and card!!! love em!
 -jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

Swoozan said...

Super cute projects!  Love all your inking and chalking.  Really makes all the cuts look so good.  Thanks for sharing this great showcase. 

Javajen1 said...

Your layouts are AWESOME!!!!!  I love all the little details - like the inking around the different cuts!! This really enhances your layouts and makes them pop! Beautiful work as always!!!

Charlotte said...

Oh Wow!!!  How great is this showcase.  I just love yor projects.  I will have to check out this cartridge for sure!
Charlotte

Sledkitten said...

Super cute layouts.  Thank you so very much from the bottom of my heart for the cut sizes.  I have no creativeness what so ever and when a artists shares their recipe it makes me feel special and blessed.  I just adore your yee haw layout.  You gave me the courage to maybe key word maybe try paper pieceing,  I have been to scared to try.  Thank you for sharing your beautiful talent and the recipe,  you are AWESOME!

Melissa SunshineHoneyBee said...

Like the Western look. Thanks for sharing the details of the cut images.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Michelle R said...

This is too cute!  I LOVE this LO!!

Hugs,
Michelle