Disney Box in a Card

Hi all.

20140219_180148 20140219_180200 20140219_180234 20140219_180255Today I made my first Box in a Card.  I used the Disney Mickey and Friends Cricut Cart.  I followed the design that Cara Miller posted for the box on her Let’s Learn Cricut Facebook page.  It is a closed group but if you are interested let me know so I can get you added. She provided the CCR file for the box and I was able to figure out the size of the images I wanted to add.  I cut most of the images at 2.5 inches. When it is closed it folds flat so you can put it in an envelope.  It was a lot of work but I made it for my grandson’s first birthday next week and he is worth all the effort!

I am also going to enter this in CARDZTV   3d birthday challenge.  I hope you all have a great day.

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Decoration/Card Using Happy Hauntings and Fantabulous Cricut Challenge 182

Hi all,

I originally intended this project to be a card but after it was completed I decided to keep it as a table decoration.  It looks so cute on my kitchen shelf.  I was inspired to create this project by Fantabulous Cricut Challenge blog.  They asked us to Create a project using Black & Purple as your main colors.   I used the cricut Happy Hauntings cartridge and cut the witch at 4 inches with all her layers.  I made a step card and attached her, the title and the ghost from the same cartridge to the first and top steps.  I added google eyes and embossed the broom with the swirls folder and my cuttlebug. The paper is from a Halloween pack I purchased at Michaels last year.2013-10-16 10.17.052013-10-16 10.18.03

Decorate To Celebrate! Challenge #61: Witch’s Brew (Halloween

2013-10-03 17.14.52Hi all,

Today I made these cute Halloween barrettes and pumpkin bag for my little grand daughters.  I used the Cricut Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2 for the pumpkin bag.  I made the hair clips using the Clever Barrette Covers dies  from PTI. The flowers were made with a Sizzix die .  I had a lot of fun making these and know my grand daughters will love them.

I am entering these into the decorate to celebrate challenge #61 Witch’s Brew. You can follow their blog at http://decoratetocelebrate.blogspot.com/     Their design team offers loads of great ideas for making fun projects to add to parties or home decor.

Halloween card for My Fun Crafts Card Swap

Spooky gate halloween card

This is the last card I made for My Fun Crafts Halloween card swap.
I used Cricut Happy Hauntings for the gate and recollection stickers for the mummy and Dracula.
The paper is from Martha Stewart Halloween paper pack from last year.

Inside of spooky card

Inside of card

Halloween card using Paper Doll Dress Up

Halloween card


Hi,
I made 2 Halloween cards for a card swap over at My Fun Crafts. I used Cricut cartridge Paper Doll Dress Up for the mummy and ghost cut at 2.75 inches. The paper was from a Martha Stewart Halloween pack I got last year.
The ghost is from Paper Doll Dress Up also cut at 2.75 inches. I used Matha Stewart gate punch. The ribbon was from my stash from last year. I added the goggly eyes and spider sticker.
Have a great week
Deb

Halloween trifold card

Hi everyone,
I hope your week is going well.
I am working on some Halloween cards for a fun swap at My Fun Crafts.
I was inspired to make trifold cards from a video on Craft e Corner.
My ghost is from Cricut cartridge Paper Doll Dress Up. The cute face is a Peachy Keen stamp. The paper is from my stash from last year. I used Martha Stewart embossing powder for the BOO inside the card.
Hope you have a great first week back to school. Halloween will be here before we know it.
PS. I just received my Fiskateer scissors from Fiskars, a wonderful free gift for becoming a Fiskateer, #9430. Thankyou Fiskars!!!Halloween trifold card

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