Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Theme Day Thursday

Hey There, Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Blog. I wanted to share a cool tip that I had read about in a card magazine. Can't remember off the top of my head what magazine it was. This tip is for people who want there images to smell. For example: An Orange that you created for a Layout or card, to make it smell like an orange what you need to do is; take orange Kool-aid and mix it with white embossing powder. Take versamark stamp pad and then poor the embossing powder over your image and heat then whala it smells like orange.  Pretty cool.
I just wanted to give you something helpful. I hope this was something new that you can use.
So if you are making little Ginger Bread men or women you can use cinnamon to make them smell delicious.
Over at My Cricut Craft Room it is Theme Day Thursday. The Theme is Oceans/Animals.
The  three Cartridges I  had used  was Cindy Loo, Lovely floral and Create a Critter.

I made a pocket Birthday card for my son. He will be turning two next Wednesday. I can not believe how fast time went. Feels just like yesterday I gave birth to him. He is such an amazing little guy.. My kids rock. Haley is such a great big sister to Ethan. I am one blessed mommy.

Well thank you for stopping by remember to leave some love!!


Liz said...

adorable card, I have never made this kind before. Love your tip for aroma cards...Hmm I want to cut the skunk from create a critter what do you suggest?!?! :-)

Yvette said...

Thanks for the tip on how to make your images smell :) I need to try it out. Cute pocket card. I have never seen one before. TFS!

the purple muse said...

Way too cute! I just love that monkey cut:-) Thanks for Sharing!

~Tammy S

Laura (tweetyb) said...

SO cute!! I just love that monkey!!
♥ Laura ♥

Debbie said...

this is such a cute idea using a pocket card love the monkey is is so adorable and thanks for the great tip
upnurse at aol dot com

Suzys Crafts said...

what a cute card Melissa. I'm sure he will love it. Its so fun!