Thursday, September 10, 2009
Here is the link to the cart info page: http://www.cricut.com/shopping/ProductDetails.aspx?id=361&s=1&sc=2
And here is the thread for Week 1 of this giveaway:
Good luck to everyone!
BUT, I just got the Box Templates II from Oriental Trading, and I must say that THEY ARE AWESOME!!!! I've only made two so far:
The Coffin Box:
I embossed the back and kind of distressed it.
The Milk Carton:
I'm thinking that the milk cartons will be great for parties, because the template fits on a 8-1/2" by 11" sheet of paper. You could print out a person's picture and put "MISSING CHILD" or something like that. I think that would be a cool party favor..... but maybe that's just me!
Saturday, August 8, 2009
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
The number and day of the week:
I bought a calendar stamp set at Hobby Lobby and used the Staz-on Jet Black ink. It's my first time at stamping, so it's not a great job. I also used my BIA for the bindings and stuff. If you want instructions or measurements, just ask/leave a comment (although it's pretty easy to figure out)...
Overall, though, I'm happy with how it turned out. It's not completely finished, though. I'm going to make a list of important dates and put it on the back so that my sister will know when birthdays/holy days of obligation/etc. are!!!
Monday, August 3, 2009
Yeah, not very pretty, but it is turning out nicely!!! I have it about half way done right now, and I should have it done by tomorrow!
Today was interesting, though. I got my schedule and parking space and locker today!!!!! My parking space is thankfully close to the building (so that when it rains, I can quickly get out of the deluge) and my locker is near my friends'. My schedule is what I wanted.
Everything seems to be going well so far. Hope it stays that way!!
Monday, July 27, 2009
Here's the link again: http://priscillastyles.blogspot.com/2009/07/this-blog-candy-post-will-stay-at-top.html
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Over spring break this year, my family and I went out to San Francisco. It's was a great trip! I finally got to touch the Pacific Ocean (although it was FREAKIN' COLD!!!) and see Muir Woods (which was really..... make-you-feel-very-small?). I think that everybody should visit SF sometime in their life, especially if you live on the east coast. It's great fun!!!
Photos by me and my dad.
Music is "San Francisco" by Midicronica.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
IT'S THE BEST ONE YET!!!
I know that the others may seem lacking, but this one is certainly the best so far! If the seventh's movies top this one, then they might actually win an Oscar..... though they'll just get SNUBBED LIKE THE DARK KNIGHT!!!!! But that's a another rant for another time...
Anyway, if you haven't seen it yet, GO! The only thing is that I really didn't think it was a PG movie. I'm pretty sure it would scare little kids; the scene with "inferi" is pretty disturbing, even for a veteran of such strange things like me. So see the movie before you take any kids, because only you can really tell if the kid(s) can handle it. It's not a very long scene, though, so it might not be as bad as I'm making it sound.
Besides that, it's totally awesome and COMPLETELY worth seeing!!!
Oh, and just so ya'll know, I'm working on a D.C. mini album. We're FINALLY going back to Washington next week, so I've been slowly putting together an album. I normally don't do that sort of thing, but I figure it would be easier to put pics into a ready-made album that having to lull over everything later.
I guess that will be my first craft to post here! ***yay***
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
- The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
- World's Toughest Fixes
- Avatar: The Last Airbender
- Dirty Jobs
And if you know where the "Top 5" is from, kudos to you!!!! You earn a cookie! For those of you don't know, rent High Fidelity. It has John Cusak, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Jack Black in it. Watch it!!! It's great!
Monday, July 13, 2009
Tomorrow I'm going to spend all day playing with both carts and hopefully making some crafts.... but I get sidetracked easily, so we'll see how that turns out!
I made this show a little over a year ago. Our band was invited to play in NYC's Veteran's day parade in 2007. It was windy, cold, but really fun! I had already been to NYC with my family, however, going with the band gives a totally different experience. It was TONS of fun!!!
Photos are primarily by me, but others took a few shots.
Music is "Ask DNA" by The Seatbelts.
(I know it's low quality, but I don't want to go through the trouble of making a YouTube account and whatnot....)
Thanks for looking!
Sunday, July 12, 2009
And if you want to check out Custom Crops, here's their site: http://www.customcrops.com/
I've ordered from them many times, and every time it's been great.
Welcome to my first ever blog! I hope anyone reading this will have a good little time looking at the various things I'll post. I'm into crafting, anime/manga (though not as much as my sister), making slide shows, and writing. Kinda random, I know, but it all fits for me. Besides, these are just my primary interests for now.
Since I get bored very easily, I'll probably update this twice a week. But when classes start..... I don't know what my schedule will be. I'll try to keep it up weekly, but again, I can't be sure when I'll have time.
Thanks for looking and enjoy!