Wednesday, September 21, 2011

My Cricut Craft Room's Would you Ever Guess Wednesday

Hi!! Hope you are all having a wonderful Wednesday. Today I am featured at My Cricut Craft Room for Would You Ever Guess Wednesday. The challenge for this day each week is to pick a cartridge and use only feature buttons to complete your project. As a design team member we can also pick a Cricut Cake cartridge and make something using it that doesnt involve using a Cake machine. As you all know, all of the Cricut cartridges can be used in any of our PC machines. Since I needed to make a "Thinking of You" card for a fellow Circlet, I chose my Sophie cartridge. This cartridge has a card feature on it and I wanted to try it out. My flower card was cut at 4.53" using my Gypsy. This card feature is super easy and enabled me to create this card in about 10 to 15 minutes. I added some Stickles and a stamped sentiment and I will write a little personal note of encouragement on the inside before mailing it to our friend on the Cricut message board.

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Thanks for visiting! Dont forget to drop back by on October 1st and 2nd for the monthly 100+ cartridge blog hop. There are always some super awesome projects made by every member of our design team and some fun blog candy along the way! Also, next week, I will be posting another project utilizing another Circle Exclusive cartridge for the Theme Day Thursday blog post.


Carolyn/MamaC said...

How creative and beautiful! Love the colors!

Suzys Crafts said...

This card is extremely pretty. Love the background color! Great project. TFS.

Shelly Lynn said...

Awesome card! I love that paper! The blue looks like a glittery paper... very pretty!! TFS!


Laura (tweetyb) said...

Oh wow!! Love your card!!

Jenny R said... the paper you selected to make this lovely card. TFS!

Connie Layman said...

Yay! I did guess this one, only because I just made this flower from Sophie on a card. Your version is quite different and gorgeous! That's what I love about Cricut!