Saturday, August 13, 2011

Sharing From the Heart

We're Blog Hopping with Sharing From The Heart. If you have come from Kristen's blog you are on the right path.  For my project I used the Dimensional Elements Mixed Shapes that come with the new Art Philosophy Collection to make "Layered Labels." The shapes of each Element was cut using Dreamin' BTP with the new Cricut Cartridge. Each shape was covered and layered together with a sentiment on the top from "A Little Thanks" stamp set.

Each Layered Label can be used on a card, gift bag, scrapbook layout, package, etc, When ever you need a sentiment you are ready to add a Layered Labels to any project.
 Layered Label on a card cut from the new Cricut Cartridge

Layered Label used to create a Gratitude Journal

Now it's time to hop over to Heather's Creative Coconut08 where she has created something spectacular for your viewing.  Thank you for hopping with us. Hope you have a blessed day and we will look forward to hopping again next month on the September 14.


Debbie Carriere said...

Jody, these are beautiful!!! What a great idea!

Amy McVey said...


I love your layered tags! They really add to the finished products, which are beautiful!

scrappernic said...

I love your labels and your cards! What a fabulous idea!

Lori said...

These labels are gorgeous! I'm going to have to make me some of these!

Lela said...

Very cute! What a great idea, TFS!

Romaine said...

Love the layered labels; all set for a project! Great idea!

Kristin said...

Very cute! What great inspiration for these papers.

Elizabeth said...

Really beautiful! I love the idea of making labels and really love the gratitude journal!

Kristine Ponte said...

These are fantastic Jody! what an awesome idea!

Diana said...

What a great idea!! I love all of them!!

Wendy K. said...

Oh, these are great! I LOVE the layers and how you've got something ready to go as a tag or on any project!

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