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My Craft Goals for 2015

My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Gettin' Crafty With Cricut Cuts Blog Hop Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of the Gettin' Crafty With Cricut Cuts Blog Hop!

If you want to see my project from Day 1, go HERE!

This blog hop is dedicated to making a project using your cricut and the cuts you can make from a cartridge. This should be a lot of fun.

With so many talented ladies and such a selection of Cricut cartridges, there will be a wide range of projects for you to enjoy.There were no rules, stipulations, or no holds barred to create and create we did!!!

If you just happened to be visiting my blog today, I greatly appreciate that but would love for you to start at the beginning of our hop so, that you don't miss a single project with Lisa. If you have arrived from Evila, then you are on the right cut of the path!!!

Remember, this is the second day of the two day hop. Be sure to check HERE for my project from yesterday!!

If you get lost along the way, here is the entire hop that you won't miss a single piecing!!!

I created a birthday card for my 17 year old son.  I started out with my Gypsy and Gypsy Wandering.

I found this tag shape from Gypsy Wandering and put two on my mat sized to 4 inches.  I used Hide Contour to hide the inside cut of the tag on the left, then I welded them together to create my card base.

I took the shadow of the 17 from Something to Celebrate sized to 3 inches and welded them into the center of the cut out.  I placed the regular 17 sized to 3 inches on my mat.  I copied the regular 17 and scootched it off the mat so I could cut out just the flames.

Here is a close up of the welded window card.

I ended up cutting out the card base in white cardstock.  I cut a second card base in this baseball paper (I printed and cut it out using my Imagine a long time ago and did not use it) and trimmed it in half to cover just the front of the card.  I cut out the numbers in PLSHS paper ~ this is my son's high school colors and acronym.  I cut out the flames in yellow cardstock.

I put it all together for him just in time for his birthday and baseball season!!

Thanks for stopping by.  Your next stop in the hop is ASHLEY.


Carol said...

Very cute card... it's creative! It's been fun hopping with you.


Michele from MS said...

Now that is just cool! Love the cut, the papers and using the baseball card background is perfect!

Michele said...

Nice card, I really like it!

Lisa said...

Your card is too cute. I love it. TFS and joining me in this hop.

Cricut Couple said...

This is WONDERFUL!!! What a clever design!!!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Love your window card... my favorite. TFS

Pink Cricut said...

Love this window card! SO cute!