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Challenge 331 - Birthdays

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Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!


Challenge #331-Birthdays
Make a project about Birthdays. But there has to be a least one cut from the Cricut Library!


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A $10 coupon code for anything in the store!
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-

And I loved using the robot so I decided to make a couple more!


To make this card I used:
Paper from my stash Everyday Pop Up Cards Cricut Cartridge - robot Wild Card 2 Cricut Cartridge - sentiment Distressing ink

To make this card I used: 
Classically Modern Cards Cricut Cartridge - robot card

To make this card I used:
Paper from my stash Everyday Pop Up Cards Cricut Cartridge - robot Wild Card 2 Cricut Cartridge -…

Let's Scrap - Beauty and the Beast

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Another great sketch from the Let's Scrap sketch challenge blog is up and I'm sure you're going to like this one! I do and I decided to continue scrapbooking our Disney trip of course! The pictures I decided to scrap are from the Beauty and the Beast theater production put on at Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World. The show was so fun to watch, they did an amazing job!
The sketch: 


To Create this Layout I used:
My Mind's Eye - Filled With Love paper stack Quarter Note Cricut Cartridge - corner roses Disney: Dreams Come True Cricut Cartridge - title & Beauty and the Beast (print & cut) Picturesque Cricut Cartridge - tags Kraftynook svgs - flower in jar Simple Stories: Say Cheese II - quotes/journal tags Project Life: Explore - vellum photo overlays Krinkle Ribbon



Thank you so much for stopping by!!!

Blessings,



Let's Scrap - The Movie Ride

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It's time for another great Let's Scrap sketch! I altered this one fit some pictures I took from the Great Movie Ride at Hollywood Studios Walt Disney World. The ride was so much fun and lots of nostalgic memories from past classics like John Wayne, Dancing in the Rain, Mary Poppins, and The Great Wizard of Oz. This was a fun layout to put together and I hope to see your take on this sketch soon!!!

The Sketch:
My Take:

To Create this Sketch I used:
Paper Studio - Ninth Street paper stack Bella Blvd: Oh My Stars - diecuts Pink Paislee: C'est La Vie - vellum diecut and & diecut Simple Stories: Say Cheese II - camera diecut Slumber Party Cricut Cartridge - popcorn Miss Kate's Cuttables - movie ticket and popcorn kernals SVGs unkown - film strip Computer Font - Aventure

And a closer look:






Thank you so much for stopping by!!!

Blessings,