Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas - I am still cleaning dishes and picking up wrapping paper! However, I am looking forward to crafting a bit in the next few days. Did you get lots of craft related gifts? I got a new storage bin and can't wait to fill it up and get organized in 2016.
Here is the project of the week winner from last week's challenge submissions: Clare from Cricut Crafty Clare. She created this Christmas ornament from A Child's Year cartridge. Just spectacular, I love the children in the snow. Check out her blog for directions and more. Congratulations Clare. I hope you all will join our challenges in the new year!
This is Melanie from Courtney Lane Designs and it's my turn to host a challenge. Since we are days away from Christmas, I thought it would be appropriate to do a Santa Claus themed project. He will be coming to town soon, so why not!
After you check out the fabulous projects below, you can submit your own Santa project made using the Cricut. Just check out the linky tool at the end of the post!
Melanie-Quilted Christmas, Artistry, and Quilted Ornaments
Happy Wednesday everyone! This is Lynn from My Cards N Stuff announcing the Project o the week winner forthe Christmas Wildlife challenge. Congratulations Melissa from Created by Sunshine Honeybee on your adorable mitten card!
I hope everyone is taking time to enjoy the holiday season, it goes by far too quickly. Congratulations again, Melissa!
This week it's my turn to host and I have selected, for the second year in a row, the same challenge. Use a Cricut cut to make an ornament, or use a Cricut cut on an ornament or card.
I'm sure you have most of your Christmas Cricut presents done already, perhaps you used your Cricut to create ornaments. Show us your creations by using the link at the bottom of this post. I didn't have my Explore last December, so this year the possibilities are limitless!
Happy Wednesday! This is Laurie from Crafty Sisters Creations and I am very pleased to announce the Project of the Week winner from our Hanging of the Greens challenge. Congratulations to Eva Laney from Eva's Scraps N' Cards for creating this adorable card!
Thanks so much to ALL of you who linked up your fabulous designs last week! We LOVE seeing all your artwork!
Again, congrats to Eva for being chosen as our Project of the Week winner!!!
Hello everyone. This is Lynn from My Cards 'n Stuff introducing this week's theme, Christmas Wildlife.
I don't know if growing up in Wyoming led to a love of wildlife images at Christmas, but most of my Christmas items tend to be animal centered. Cricut has so many wonderful Christmas and winter themed animal images available that it's really hard to choose. I went with the polar bear from A Quilted Christmas for my project today. Ok, this is one project. I couldn't stop, there are 2 more on my blog. The challenge this week is to create a project with a Cricut cut of an animal or bird that can be associated with Christmas (or winter if you do not celebrate). Check out the wonderful projects the design team has created, and don't forget to link your project below. I know everyone is getting really busy, but take a few minutes to enjoy some crafting time and join us!
Happy Thursday everyone. I hope you are taking part in our new challenge with holiday plants this week.
I'm L.B. and I am here to share our project of the week from last week's challenge to use the word "Thanks" on your project. We had some cute projects shared. The one selected as the project of the week was from Eva's Scraps & Cards - love this cute acorn and fun embossing!
Great job all. Eva please contact me at goc1122 @ yahoo.com for the blinkie you can share on your blog. Great projects all.