I am very happy to share my work with all of you. I still in the beginner stage but I am having lots of fun.
I hope you enjoy it!

Millie Perez - Alfonso

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Einstein - the scientist

For another class my son has to represent a scientist, Mr. Einstein!! Not think too much, Paper Doll gave me the answer:

Happy Halloween Mr. Einstein!!

Halloween Wimpy Kid - Treak or Read

Ok! another school project, know the challenge is to represent in a pumpkin my son favorites book.  The selection was easy, Diary of the Wimpy Kid, but the pumpkin design was a little bit scary.  Well, first painting the pumpkin white, then figuring out the nose and finally the hear was a very creative task.  Then my cricut have to be part of the event, the tittle and cover design.
For the cover display I used Paper Dolls, and I found the perfect combination of t-shirt, pants and the backpack is from Locker Talk.  The font was Disney-Mickey Font.

I think this was a great idea in my son school to represent a character in a pumpkin, at least we are doing something more that trick or treat, just "Trick or Read".

Love you Carlos,

Hispanic Heritage Project - Puerto Rico

Celebrating the Hispanic Heritage in our community is a big event.  All the teachers get excited and send projects about our countries of origin.  Our is Puerto Rico, and creating a puertorrican doll was not an easy task.  But, using Paper Dolls we create a fantastic replica of the typical puertorrican dress.
 Using my cutterbug helps in the design of the white dress, and adding some lace make the dress more real.

The flower on the head is a most, should be an amapola, but I used ready cut flowers.

The ribbon in the waist give s detail for the dimension of the dress.

 And the high hills from Forever Young are the boom! for the final touch.

I hope everybody likes my little puertorrican doll, I know will be a success in Patty's school.

Book Report - New Cover

Hello, another book report homework from my daughter.  In this want she ("me") needs to create a new cover for Matilda, the book by Roald Dahl.  Mommy was put again to the challenge and I decided to used my favorite cartridge, Paper Dolls Up and Everyday Paper Dolls.  And this is the result.

Illustrated by Patricia Alfonso, was the highlight at the bottom.

Another fun project for my Patty.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Welcome Baby!

This card was one of my first creations and the inspiration was for my sister new baby girl!

Halloween Card

Just playing around Halloween I create this card with witches on mind.....
I used Cricut Lite - Celebrate with Flourish.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Nicholisha's Birthday

It's so nice to get inspired in a young birthday.  Here is the birthday card for my sons (10) girlfriend (19) that I love.

Nic, we love you!