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3D Gift Boxes

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I've been doing a ton of Christmas crafting this month and this week I worked on some gift boxes to give out with some smaller sized gifts. I bought a new Cricut Cartridge earlier in the month that I used for this project. The Cartridge is To You From Me. It was so much fun to work with and the instructions are in the hand book which helped me out tremendously! Check out my gift boxes below!


I used: To You From Me Cricut Cartridge - boxes Create a Critter - Joy Creatables SVGs - Oh Snap Gingergread man Miss Kate's Cuttables svgs - Mama Bear die cut Juliana Michaels 17 Turtles svg - December to Remember


I am entering my project in the following challenges:
Bitten By the Bug 2 - Gift Boxes, Treat Bags, or Gift Embellishments Die Cuttin Divas - Make a Box Miss Kate's Cuttables - FB December  Mix It Up Challenge Blog - Anything Goes + Fancy Fold Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge - Anything Goes Connie Can Crop - 3D Project with a Fancy Fold Brown Sugar Challenge blog - Anything …

Let's Scrap - A Hike in the Desert

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This Let's Scrap sketch is another awesome sketch that I had so much fun working with. It went perfectly with our hiking pictures from our trip to Arizona. It was such an amazing hike. So different than the hiking I'm used in the NW. 


To Create this Layout I used:
We R Memory Keepers: Feelin Groovy paper stack Jolee's Boutique: Wild West 3D stickers Small Talk Frames and Tags Cricut Cartridge: word descriptions, tag, frames, sun, camera Baby Steps Cricut Cartridge: "My Friend" font Edmunds: title font Miss Kate's Cuttables: cactus diecut  distress ink







Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you've been inspired and will now go create your own layout!


Blessings,







Christmas Cards

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Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!



Challenge #316-Christmas
Make a project or card about Christmas

This Weeks Sponsor


Pretty Cute Stamps


To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

My Project


To Create these cards I used:
Hot Buy Christmas Stack from Michaels - base paper Snow Folks Cricut Cartridge - snowmen Christmas Cricut Cartridge - windows Colorbox Ink Pads - distressed edges




Now it's your turn to be inspired. Create a Christmas themed project and upload it to the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog


Blessings,









Let's Scrap - Happy Family

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This sketch from Let's Scrap is amazing! The pictures I had went perfectly for the right side of the sketch. I turned it on its side so that I could use my vertical pictures. These pictures were taken on my mom's birthday, we had a fun celebration!
The Sketch:



To Create this Layout I used:
Recollections: Southern Charm paper stack Mambi Chips: Chipboard stickers - "Happy Family" & "mom" Metallic Cardstock Paper Lace Cricut Cartridge: title pearl bling


Thank you so much for stopping by, now it's your turn to b be inspired!




Blessings,





Christmas Tags - Challenge - Winter

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Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!


Challenge #315-Winter
Make a project about the winter (sports, snow, etc)!

This Weeks Sponsor



Dreaming Tree SVG's
The winner will receive a $20 Gift Certificate! To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!

Here is my project-


I made Christmas gift tags

To Create these tags i used the following Cricut Cartridges:
Tags, Bags, and Boxes - tags Snow Folks - snow man diecuts Winter Frolic - tags and diecuts
twine Colorbox - distressing ink







Thank you for stopping by!

Blessings,

Frozen Ride

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My daughter and I went on the Frozen ride at Epcot, we got in line for it as soon as we came out of our Princess Breakfast which was first thing that morning. The line was already long, but the wait wasn't too bad and there was a lot to look at. We managed to get front row seats on the ride and did get a little wet, but it was so much fun! I decided to use a sketch from the Sketch n Scrap blog for my pictures. I used the right side of the sketch mostly. I put in Anna and Elsa in place of the two pictures on the right side and I exchanged the lone picture on the left for two smaller pictures. 
The Sketch:

My Take:

To Create this Layout I used:
DCWV: Marquee paper stack Disney: Tinkerbell & Friends Cricut Cartridge - "Magical" Frozen Cricut Cartridge - Anna and Elsa Kraftynook SVGs: Olaf and "Frozen" Stickles - glitter glue on Elsa's dress, "Magical" and "Frozen" title




Thanks for stopping by!

Blessings,





Let's Scrap - Swimming in AZ

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It's time for another amazing sketch from the Let's Scrap blog! 
This one was so much fun to work with and I encourage anyone stopping by my blog to give this one a try. 
I decided to use some pictures I had from our trip to AZ to visit my best friend. 
The kids had so much fun swimming in their pool and hanging out in the sunshine. The trip was in March and the weather was supposed to be in the mid seventies, but instead was in the high 80s and 90s. No complaints from the kiddos as they had a blast swimming in the spring!


To Create this Layout I used:
Paper Studio: Ninth Street stack Simple Stories: We Are Family - snap cards Simple Stories: Epic - snap cards Simple Stories: So Rad - chipboard frames Miss Kate's Cuttables - titles Project Life: Explore - paper clips twine, brads, and distressing ink










Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my layout!








Blessings,