Monday, April 12, 2010

Plantin Schoolbook...Rick Rack challenge and Guest Designer

Happy Monday to all. This is Carole and I am so pleased to be the hostess this week for our design team. I have chosen Plantin Schoolbook for the cartridge, and I have used the rick rack cut for the die. I love this little cut...it serves so many different purposes on cards or scrapbooking. I love the way the designers take a cut and make it their own. All of the ideas and creations are just fantastic. We would love to have you play along. If you don't have this particular cartridge, play along by selecting a strip design from any other cartridge. There is a cute cute scallop on several cartridges. Why you can even pick a flourish. We always love it when you play along with our challenges.


This is Heather and I'm pleased to announce we have another Guest Designer this month. Her name is Lisa Swift. You can see her gallery here. Lisa is also part of the Good Grief blog.

Hi! My name is Lisa Swift and I’m excited to participate in some of this month’s challenges with the talented BBTB2 team. I started scrapping nine years ago when my daughter, Alexa, was born and I’ve been addicted ever since. The Cricut is one of the newer additions (about a year or so) to my scrapbooking collection, thanks to Heather and some of the other enabling ladies at apeekintoyesterday.com. LOL! When I’m not scrapping, I like to volunteer at my daughter’s school, go to yoga class, bake/cook, and read.

Lisa Swift - Guest Designer


Penny Shuberg-April Showers

Melissa Kirwin

Heather Binnie - tweet


Donna Mundinger

Going Bananas?...Hang in there! by Marina Vazquez

Krista Norman bloom & grow...


Jeri Thomas-Fun In the Sun


Regina Easter - Happy Birthday Cupcake

Carole Lowe Beath - Bundle of Joy





Lori Warner


Susan Edwards - For Rent


Sandi Kelly - Once is Enough



14 comments:

  1. wow ladies, what fabulous stuff....awesome challenge cut carole...hugs

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  2. what a neat cut challenge!! i didn't even know it was on there! The projects are GREAT! i love them all, awesome job ladies!

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  3. Fabulous projects! I love all the different ways the cut was used.

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  4. WOW! what talented artists! All of these cards are beautiful!

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  5. Amazing what you can do with rick rack. I've never paid any attention to it in the booklet. Now I'll have to mark the page and use it on projects.

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  6. Oh my goodness! These are great and so creative! I'm going to give this challenge a try!

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  7. I didn't know how many wonderful way it could be used! You all did a wonderful job of creating such different cards all from the same cut! Amazing! Thanks for sharing and inspiring us all. ~Diane

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  8. Love all the different ways you all used one simple cut, very inspiring!!!

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  9. These cards are both adorable and beautiful. Rick rack is so versatile.

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  10. Awesome! The talent here is just AWESOME!

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  11. This look like a challenge for sure.....I will have to look on the cartridges I have to see if any of them have rick rack......

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  12. Oh my goodness, what wonderous versions of a single cut!
    This is a fabulous demonstration of what the Cricut can do (or rather what YOU can do with the Cricut!)
    I love these all! Wonderful job!

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  13. I am loving all the designes this week... this is so fun to see all the different ways to use a ric rac design...jubt love it
    hugs
    Jeannie

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  14. Gorgeous work, ladies! Lisa, thank you for being our Guest Designer!

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