Monday, October 25, 2010

Country Life, Banners & Blog Hop: Oh My!

It is time for another fabulous Bitten by the Bug2 Challenge and our end of the month Blog Hop too! I'm Beth Moore and I had the pleasure of selecting the cartridge for this week and hosting the blog as well. The Country Life cartridge is one of my favorites and I knew I wanted to select a cut from it, but I also felt that since it is a pretty new cart, not everyone might have it to play along. So, for this challenge, use ANY special feature banner key from the Country Life cartridge or in lieu of that, use ANY banner on any cartridge in the whole line of Cricut carts! It is my hope that with such a wide selection, everyone who wants to play along with us this week can and will!

I think you'll be inspired too by our Designer reveals this week. There are so many fabulous ideas to get you cutting with your Cricut!



Beth Moore (Country Life Cartridge)



Carole Lowe Beath (Give A Hoot/Mickey Font)



Jeri Thomas



Karen Pinsonat - Country Life cartridge



Susan Edwards - Happy Fall with Straight From the Nest
and Tie the Knot




Julia Moss - Celebrations Cartridge



Theresa Kelly - Laundry Day




Santa Banner-Krista Norman


Julie Huxter - Give A Hoot cartridge



Lori Warner - Let it Snow




Penny Shuberg-Beware




Donna Mundinger - Bite Me!



Now on to the Bitten by the Bug2 end of month Blog Hop! Your hop list is included below. Make sure to visit all the blogs along the way... you never know who might be giving away some awesome blog candy! If you get lost along the way, just come back here to find your place. Have fun and happy hopping!






8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the fun blog hop! Great banners!

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  2. Fabulous banners everyone! I LOVE< LOVE< LOVE the inspiration! I posted one I made recently through Mr. Linky. Thanks everyone for sharing. :)

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  3. thanks for showing all the banners and I can finally make one with my country life cart.

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  4. Thanks for the fun hop! Love the designers. Pam

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  5. Fabulous banner work everyone!

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  6. Love the banners DT!!! This was a fun challenge! :)

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  7. Beautiful! I love the "Give Thanks" and "Laundry" ones tons!

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