Welcome to our monthly hop around the block and visit a wide range of wonderful Cricut crafters. On your travels you will see over 100 different Cricut cartridges in use!
You should have come from the ever talented Courtney's blog. If you did not please start at the beginning of the hop at
too many great projects we don't want you to miss! Should you get lost the entire lineup can be found at the bottom of this post.
I have three projects to share with you today. The first is a thank you card that I made with Summer in Paris cartridge.
Covered card with red metallic paper then added inked mat paper from Mariposa paper pack, DCWV. The wine bottle and glass was cut from scrap paper at 3.5" matted to same cut at 3.75" on black paper so it would stand out a bit more. All is then pop-dotted to card. Thank you is from Hot off the Press Dazzles and a bit of bling and inked ribbon added for interest.
Next is a layout that I made for a bowling friend with my favorite cartridge, Nifty Fifty!!
Base paper is from Quick Quotes, mats are from Graphic 45. The bowling pins are cut at 6" with edges inked. Bowling ball is from black metallic paper with holes backed with grey paper scrap, 4". Lets Roll is cut at 4" but design was for roller staking so I cut the "skate" from design. Brown strip across the bottom is 2" wide with a thin brown strip and a bit of black rick rack added for interest, blue side strip is 3.75" and finally the journaling circle is cut at 3.25" and 3". Finally a couple of brads and photo corners and done. I am hoping she will like it!
Next up is a layout with Neighborhood Pop-Up Cards. Had a conversation about our high school days so I did a page to showcase an old photo of our high school (which is still open)----
All paper used was from my scrap bin. Flag is actually a sticker from Paper Studio and book is clip cart with a bit of floss for marker/tassel. A stamp from Stamps by Judith was used for a grassy look. The sun is cut from Jubilee at 3" with some yellow Stickles added. The school and all layers were cut at 6" with edges inked in brown. The upper right is not glued down so 4x6 photo can slip underneath. The steps were cut from scrap paper that looks like stones.
Please feel free to follow/comment I enjoy reading all your suggestions, that's how we learn crafting together. Thank you for stopping by and please return tomorrow where the 100 Cart Blog Hop will continue, and hunt for that blog candy!
Your next stop is with the very special and talented young lady, Madison. She is the youngest member of our design team, but far and away creative beyond her years
Madison Womack http://funkycards.blogspot.com
THE SATURDAY LINEUP:
1. Erica – http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com
2. Suzy Crafts - http://suzyssimplecrafts.blogspot.com
3. Courtney Larson - http://craftingwithcourtney.blogspot.com
4. Patricia Holloway - http://micraftygal.blogspot.com/ YOU ARE HERE
5. Madison Womack – http://funkycards.blogspot.com
6. Alishia Gaff- http://alishia-myscrapping.blogspot.com
7. Heather Flaherty - http://www.papercrafteranonymous.com
8. Yvette Lopez- http://gammascreativecorner.blogspot.com
9. Jen Roseman - http://memorieswithjen.blogspot.com
10. Tracy Godfrey - http://www.scrappininthewoods.blogspot.com
11. Tammy Schmitt - http://thepurplemuse.blogspot.com
12. Tina Keller (Crafty and Green)- http://craftyandgreen.blogspot.com
13. Audrey Dickinson (Scrappy EMT) http://scrappyemt.blogspot.com
14. Samantha Sickles - http://samanthascricutcreations.blogspot.com
15. Holly- http://hollys-hobbie.blogspot.com
16. Melissa Pinter - http://pinkpolkadotscrapping.blogspot.com
17. Blog Candy http://ericasblogcandy.blogspot.com