Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Cricut Cardz Challenge!!!

Hello and Happy Wednesday Everyone!
Do you know what today is? Today is a FUN
We are to make a card for THANKSGIVING!!!
Using any Cartridge or colors we'd like! Is that
not the best challenge??? Well since Fall is in
full swing and Halloween is just around the corner....
I think a nice Thanksgiving card is just what we need right
about now! Sooo here is my Design Team card! :o)

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Card Stock - Early Espresso, Cajun Craze, More Mustard,
Old Olive, Very Vanilla (SU)
Designer Paper - Autumn Spice (SU)
Stamp - Inkadinkado
Cartridges - Thanksgiving (Corn) Cut @ 3"
George & Basic Shapes (Circles) Cut @ 1 3/4" & 2"
Lacy Labels - (Scallop Circles) Cut @ 2 1/4" & 2 1/2"
Ink & Twine (SU)
Double Scallop Punch (Martha Stewart)
Devine Swirl Embossing Folder (Provo Craft)
Corner Rounder - We R Memory

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Here's a view of the added dimension on the Corn layers....
I just love the way it POPS out at you!
Well that's my Thanksgiving card, now all
of you need to hop on over to http://www.cricutcardzchallenge.blogspot.com/
And make a wonderful Thanksgiving card too!
I'll stop on by your blogs to check it out! :o)
Thanks for taking a peek,
let me know what ya think!
Have a GREAT Day!
Theresa

7 comments:

  1. Nice card!! Love the paper!! Anita

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  2. I really like your card. I love the dimension you put on it as well. I also love the paper. Great job!
    Connie (DT#2)

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  3. Oh Theresa, this is just awesome!! The cardstock colors and that pattern paper are just beautiful for this card! Just perfect!!!!
    :)

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  4. This is a very nice card. Love the classic fall colors. Great job on you DT card for CCC #45!!

    Also wanted to add that your blog design ROCKS!! Love the spider webs and polka dots :-)

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  5. Love that corn, and these papers are gorgeous! Great job team mate!

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  6. Great card for the CCC challenge! Love the corn cuts, and your scalloped circle is the perfect addition. TFS!!
    Cheers, Karen
    alteredscrapcooking.com

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  7. Very pretty card! I love the paper and corn image. Great job. -Nicole (DT#1)

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