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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)!

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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.

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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,

Hoop It Up

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We had this gorgeous day at the park last year in November and we had brought the basketball. I took a couple of pictures on my phone and had a lot of fun scrapbooking them. Neither of my kiddos have had much of an interest in sports or playing on teams so when I have the chance to scrap something sporty I'll do it! There was a great sketch over at the A Cherry On Top forum that I decided to use for these pictures. 
I entered this layout into two of their challenges: November Die Cut Challenge and November 2017 Sketch with a twist challenge
The Sketch:

The Challenge: Use a diecut - layer or stack it up Sketch challenge: use 3 flowers
My Take:

To create this layout I used:
We R Memory Keepers: Feeling Groovy paper stack K & Company: Diecut flowers and leaf border Simple Stories: Epic - snap card (base for title), shoe diecut, "good" tab, and vellum overlays Colorbox: Chalk inkpad - Olive Miss Kate's Cuttables & Cricut - Title







Thank you so much for joining me. Check out th…

Pirate Day at Krispy Kreme

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Every year Krispy Kreme has a Pirate Day. You come in dressed like a pirate and you get a free dozen donuts. Elijah had fun dressing up and getting us a free dozen donuts. We had fun eating them! I used a sketch from Sketch n Scrap, from their online Bountiful Blessings crop to scrap these pictures.
The Sketch:

My Take:

To Create this Layout I used:
Pink Paislee: Switchboard paper stack Cosmo Cricket: Circa 1984 paper stack
Cricut Cartridges: Teddy Bear Parade - pirate bear Life is a Beach - treasure chest  Bits and Pieces - banner Birthday Bash - title font
Miss Kate's Cuttables - donut set distressing ink


Thanks so much for stopping by!


Blessings,

















Let's Scrap - It's a Small World

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It's sketch time again over at Let's Scrap and they have a fun "Flashback" sketch for us this time! Personally, I love that they bring back old sketches from time to time - some of them were so good that they really should be used again! So, for this sketch I decided to use my pictures from the It's a Small World ride at Disneyworld. It worked perfectly!
The sketch:

My Take:

To Create this Layout:
Paper: Crate Paper stack
Cricut Cartridges: Cherry Limade - title font Children Around the World - dolls Design Space Shapes
Studio Calico: plastic arrow diecuts Bella Blvd: Oh My Stars - designer paper clips & tabs Mambi Chips: chipboard stickers Prima Marketing: Instascrap Leeza Gibbons stickers - puff stickers




Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope that you are inspired to go and use this sketch to create your own layout!

Blessings,