Because Montana is so big we were able to spend time there on the way out and the way back so this shirt was definitely more than a one time wear. If you have been following my tshirts over the past couple of weeks the Montana shirt was the most difficult one to design!
Monthly Archives: September 2019
I made a simple shirt for my Idaho shirt and decided that the Idaho map looked like an L so I went with the LOVE Idaho theme.
When we were planning our PNW adventure it was the goal to drive across the US from Ohio to Seattle then take an Alaskan cruise and finish up driving the whole Pacific Coast Highway from Washington to San Diego before returning home. That was an over zealous goal so instead we are headed to Nevada and heading on to Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone has always been a bucket list item but the season is short and summers there are very crowded so we decided to hit Yellowstone in the non peak season and cooler weather! My Nevada shirt has the state on front and a play on words with the cactus on the back!
Travelling down the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) along the Oregon coast is spectacular not to mention that it is Craft Beer Heaven so its only appropriate to have a hand crafted shirt to wear!
We are on a 7000 mile plus cross country road trip and this was the first shirt I made for the trip using my Cricut Maker. The road trip slogan is on the front with the US map on the back for all states we are travelling to (16 states in all) in red and the other states in white. Although I have been to a lot of the US states already, my husband and I made traveling all 50 together on our retirement bucket list!
The Follow Your Art suite is my favorite suite of products in the Stampin Up catalog. Of course I bought the entire line of products. I started by randomly stamping the buttons from the It Starts with Art #149303 set on the Pacific Point cardstock. I added a piece of the Follow Your Art DSP #149489. The focal panel was stamped from the It Starts with Art set and colored with my Copic markers. I attached the focal panel with a piece of Follow Your Art Washi Tape and I added the sentiment to a strip of cardstock and a wee little scallop edge cut from the Stitched Be Mine #148527 dies.
I posted a card a few days ago that used the Waterfront #146386 stamp set from Stampin Up and found the set really challenging but today’s card also features the Waterfront set used in a non traditional way. I simply just stamped the circle image from the set in the 5 new 2019-2021 In Colors. I added the border strip from the Arts and Crafts #149580 Dies and the sentiment from the Waterfront set was stamped on a Stitched Shapes # 145372 circle and a scallop circle mat. I added the In Color sequins just to bling it up a bit!
Thought I would post a Warm Wishes card that I made using just a piece of the now retired Santa’s Workshop DSP from Stampin Up. I added sentiment from the retired Winter Wishes stamp set and some holly using the Holly Builder Punch (Retired).