Monday, April 8, 2013

Road Trip!!!

Hello and welcome back!

I would just like to take a moment to say thank you SO much for all the fabulous comments that were left regarding my silver tray remake. LOL...I'd also like to apologize for those of you that I caused heart palpitations for painting over the silver. :)  You all made me smile and laugh so much, so thank you!!!

It's time again to share some more incredibly fun cut files from The Cutting Cafe.  This week we're showcasing the diversity of the Suitcase Files and Postcards.
Doesn't this little cutie just make you wanna hit the open road and travel?  It comes complete with a postcard so you can send loved ones back home an update of your adventures.
This template could be used for 'Ready for the Baby Kit" "Congratulations on your Graduation", etc.
 This suitcase card has adorable tabs included in the cut file and would be perfect to use for a keepsake book of all the places you visited, alphabetically or chronologically; however you wish to organize your memories.
Here are direct links to the files I've used for these projects at The Cutting Cafe:

Thank you so much for your visit!
Hugs n' Happy Crafting,
Lisa x

30 comments:

Shahrul Niza said...

First, I LOVE your new banner :). Second, the file holder is totally cute. May just be perfect to hold postcards :). HUGS

Tammy said...

Absolutely unique and terrific! Love the papers you used and your clever idea for different uses!

McCrafty's Cards said...

These are fabulous Lisa I like the papers and the post card
Kevin xx

Pia S said...

These suitcase cards are so fun! Being in the business of travel myself, this is such a great idea for me making cards to my colleagues! I also like the retro feel of them - reminds me of the times when suitcases were made of leather and were marked with all kinds of souvenir stickers! Cool!

Regina Easter said...

you know i am already SPEECHLESS with this set.......LOVE IT

Mary J said...

They are so cool, Lisa! Love the retro look of them and your fab papers!

Rene said...

I wonder if I showed this to John, if we could go someplace, ANY PLACE, besides Iowa?!? Lol!!!!
Gorgeous...maybe I'll hit the road and go exploring while we have spring like weather!
Rene :D

Buttons said...

These are fantastic examples of how to use the templates Lisa! They make you want to put bits and pieces inside them to preserve precious memories. Hugs, Jenny x

Kelly Neis said...

Those are cute and very useful in different ways. I like how you embellished them so they look very professional. I love the travel theme.
Hugs Kelly

butterfly said...

How cute are these?! Great papers and details and the cases themselves are adorable - another fab make, Lisa!
Alison xx

Sandy said...

These are wonderful Lisa -- I could use something grand like this to keep track of all our animal's bowel movements seeing that's how we know about their health. Yep - a suitcase full of vital information for the vet just in case she needs it and then I could send her the post card as a word of thanks. But I guess this takes one of those fancy, dancy cutting machines. By the way, I love the papers you used!
Really, really nice.
Sandy

Lisa S. said...

I love these L2!!! You've decorated them beautifully and thanks for the links. Hopefully I'll get a cutting machine soon. :)
Your banner is fab! Hugs me xx

Ina said...

Another wonderful piece of art Lisa. Love it.

Deloris said...

It's Awesome!

Karon said...

These are fabulous Lisa - love all the elements you have used. As ever, fabulous creations !! TFS

Tracy said...

Hmmm???? Does it come with spending money included? hee hee Great cut file and I think you captured the travel theme perfectly with those papers Twang. Hugs!

Sonia said...

Gorgeous creations my dear^_^
You are very creative and talented^_^
Thanks for your sweet words on my post^_^
Have a lovely day,
Sonia

Annie said...

Love this fab project. Great die and wonderful colours, papers and stamping. You are so creative Lisa.

Best wishes to you

Annie x

Angi Barrs said...

Love this set! Fab way to use the postcard too!

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

What a really cool idea. Beatuiful choice of papers. Now all you need is some spending money for the travels ahead. You've really been having fun with these cutting files haven't you?

Hugs,
L.

Anita Houston said...

HOW FUN!!! Love these!!!

Kim Dellow said...

Wow stunning Lisa. Kim

Mitra Pratt said...

ROCK STAR PROJECT! Now I gotta go look for the tray. Spotted that e-mail come in while I was in Vegas and got all curious. Can't look at something that important on a silly phone though.

Laura Love said...

This is such a stunning set of projects! You are such a talented designer! Totally love them both!

Meihsia Liu said...

Wooo... what a cute suitcase card, Lisa. All the embellishments and images are just fantastic! ^_^

Lori said...

Oh, yes, that template is darling and you chose the perfect papers for it! All the little details you add just make it all the better!

Carolyn Wolff said...

What an awesome set. Great job.

Shelby said...

Fabulous idea! Love how you've included a post card and the little frame you've used looks especially cool

Shelby

Jeanne J said...

OH I love these! I would spend so much time looking at all the details that I would never allow anyone to touch it for any functional purpose! Wonderful as always! I love the plaid and the gingham!

Margaret said...

What a fabulous choice of papers for this! I love the cute little case, the stamps, and the postcard!