Paper Craftin with Erica


Wisconsin is currently in an “uproar” regarding gay marriage.  We currently have a constitutional ban in our state; however, it looks as though it may be overturned very soon.  How cool would it be if I could legally marry my best friend?  Anyway, below are four SEPARATE layouts of My Brenda.  They are 8×8 each Read more

Okay, so, it's December… but it still FEELS like Fall.  At any rate, Fall is my FAVORITE season because, even though my allergies are worse during this season, it is so beautiful and includes two of my favorite holidays.  I have made an easy peasy card with my Cricut Imagine (something that I haven't used Read more

I upgraded to the Cricut Imagine on Black Friday of last year and haven't played with it too much since then; however, I did create a card with my Cricut and Copics.  It was rather simple.  The little girls image is from MRO (love her stamps) and the rest of the stuff is from the Read more

I have a little Halloween treat for you… better late than never… and it was published in The Bug Magazine!  Unfortunately, The Bug Magazine is no longer being published; however, they still have PDF copies available if you're interested. I hope you all had a great Halloween.  Merceydeis was a beautiful fairy and we had Read more

Here's an 8×8 scrapbook page I made for a class at My Creative Classroom with Cara Miller.  It features the bunny (and carrot) from the Create a Critter Cricut cartridge.  Aren't they adorable?!  I outlined the eyes, nose, and ears of the bunny with Copic Spica glitter pens (same for the carrot). I spritzed all Read more

Wow!  It’s been a SUPER long time since I’ve posted.  That’s because I’ve been SUPER busy.  Last month I went to Denver for my first doctoral Residency.  It was a wonderful experience.   What’s even more wonderful is that we just got back from a Cricut Cruise.  Yep, you read it right.  Brenda and I went Read more

It's time for another challenge over at Scrap, Stamp & Doodle Saturdays and this time you can't use any stamped images… only sentiments (however, you can use die-cuts, embellies, etc).  Here's what I have for you.  It's the first time I've used my Cricut for a CARD. Challenges covered: (1) Squigglefly – Use ribbon; (2) Read more