Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Little Cutie ... more girl projects

Hi again,

The projects are still going strong over at the Imaginisce blog. The Design Team worked hard creating many wonderful projects using the "Little Cutie" collection.
Yesterday I shared projects using the boy themed papers and today I'm happy to share some projects that I made using some of the girl themed products.

This 1st one is an altered canvas.
I took a plain white 8x8 canvas and painted the edges (and approx 2" in) with cream acrylic paint. Let it dry.
Then I took some patterned paper & cut it slighter smaller than the canvas size. I used my distressing tool around the edges and then inked them with a yellow ink pad. I then used my Cricut and some Core'dinations cardstock to cut out the purple & white scalloped frame. I embossed the white piece using my Cuttlebug.

I decided to make this for my daughter's room and used her initials on it. I cut out the "K" and "M" from some patterned paper. For the large "L" I printed an L shape out on white paper to use as my template. I then covered it with small punched out flowers, buttons, flowers and used my i-top to make small and medium sized brads. I then used my i-bond and some of the glitter glue (purple) and added a dot of glue to the purple patterned punched flowers. I finished my project off my adhering some rhinestones using the i-rock too.

Supplies used: Imaginisce (Little Cutie collection, i-rock tool, i-top tool, brad daddies (16mm and 22mm), Core'dinations cardstock, acrylic paint, 3L (foam squares), Colorbox fluid chalk ink, Cricut, Cuttlebug & embossing folder

My next project I made these little booties. I've seen these before and always wanted to make them and this was the perfect time.

I found this template online (*see template links near end of post). I traced the design onto my paper and adhered the shoes into shape. I used my i-top tool to make 2 brads, adhered them to a purple flowers and attached these to the sides of the booties. I then used my i-rock tool to add 3 rhinestones to the center of each brad. I used my i-bond to adhere some white rick rack to the inside of each bootie as well. Still wanting to add a bit more I decided to cut out a yellow flower from the patterned paper and added that to the top/front of each bootie.

Here's some close-up shots.
Supplies used: Imaginisce (Little Cutie collection, i-rock tool, i-top tool, brad daddies (16mm), flowers), Colorbox ink pad, 3L (foam squares)

If you're interested in creating these little booties here's a few links to check out with templates and instructions.

Thanks for stopping by and if you haven't done so already make sure to pop by the Imaginisce blog to check out the amazing projects that the Design Team has created! They're fabulous! Plus don't forget to leave a comment there for a chance to win an amazing Imaginisce prize!!! (I don't mind your comments either! ;) I read every ONE of them!!! )

Thanks again for joining me today. Have a fabulous day!


  1. omg! these are just gorgeous Cari. those boots - do they come in my size??? LOVE them.

  2. Your "L" sign is so cute. and those booties, what a cute centerpiece for a baby shower, or even just on a mantel somewhere. SO cute. TFS.
    Melissa D

  3. Baby Booties!!! Awww.... *swoon* Way too CUTE! :)

  4. Thank you for the templet for the shoes. They are so cute.

  5. Oh those are precious! what an adorable project!

  6. I LOVE what you've done here! Those little booties are just way too cute!