Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Cooking With Cricut The Year in Review

This week the challenge at Cooking With Cricut is to showcase your favorite project of the the year.  This was so easy for me to do. My very favorite project was the birthday card I made for my dad.

My dad, a US Marine served in the Pacific Theater of WWII. He was critically injured on Guam.  After his unit left Guam they went to Iwo Jima where few survived.  He said his injuries on Guam saved his life.  He was hospitalied for over a year after being hijured.  My dad celebrated his 88th birthday this year and is still proud to call himself a US Marine.   The photo is of my dad when he went on the Honor Flight to Washington to see the WWII Memorial.  

And here is the last photo of the card.  This is a photo of a the work "Uncommon Valor" done for the Marines' 135th birthday.  It was unveiled at the US Marines's Museum in VA.  The artist is Don Stewart and is local here in the Birmingham area.  You can see more of Don's work at    I gave my dad a signed and numbered print of this a year ago for Christmas.  My dad and the US Marines have the same birthday, November 10th.  

The reason this was my favorite project is that it meant so much to my dad!  
Please go over to  Cooking With Cricut  and see what else the design team is showcasing as their favorites of the year.  And most of all we want you to showcase your favorite project of the year!!  


Saturday, December 24, 2011

Cooking With Cricut 25 Days of Christmas

Today is December 24th and the 24th day in our 25 Days of Christmas at Cooking With Cricut.  I have created a card using the nativity from the Inspired Heart cartridge.

I really love this cut because of the clean lines.  And yet, I feel as if it has a strong message.  

The trees are cut from the Christmas Noel cartridge.  I have always loved this cut and just think it is the perfect tree to use with this ribbon.  

I used two different embossing folders to emboss the snow.  I then added some glitter glue  to the embossing.  I am so pleased with the way this card turned out.  I just love that it has non-traditional colors and is very elegant.  

The papers I used are from Colorbok.  

Go take a look at the beautiful projects on the Cooking With Cricut site and join us in a celebration of the 25 Days of Christmas.  
I wish you and your family a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Pointseittias and Holiday Florals

Cooking With Cricut  is celebrating the 25 Days of Crafting Showcase.  This week our challenge and part of the celebration is all about Poinsettias and Holiday Floral.  I just love poinsettias, especially the pink ones.  So I decided to create my project using pink poinsettias and a little holly.

The card base is Kraft  and the mat is white card stock.  I embossed the mat with a holly embossing folder.  I then inked the embossing with celery green.  The poinsettia is is cut from the Joys of the Season cartridge.  It is inked in gold and 5 little pearls adorn the center of the flower.


  The label is cut from the Lacey Labels cartridge and also inked in gold.  The sentiment is from the Winter Wishes stamp set from K Andrew Design.  These stamps are of the highest quality and $1.00 from the sale of each set goes to charity.  AND, they are made right here in the good old USA!!!!  
The beautiful ribbons are from Kimberly at  My Craft Spot..  There are so many beautiful colors to choose from.   

I do hope you will visit the The wonderful members of the DT and link your Holiday Floral project up at Cooking With Cricut.  Have a great week and a wonderful Christmas!! 

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Celebrate The Occasion #44

Everyone at Celebrate The Occasion is excited about the holidays.  What a great time of year to truly CELEBRATE THE OCCASION.  We are creating Christmas shaped cards this week.  The design team has some really special projects to share with you so don't forget to visit each DT member and see all of the wonderful creations.  Here is the shaped card that I made.

This card was created with the Lacey Labels cartridge.  This cartridge is one of my very favorites because it is just so versatile.  The paper is from The Paper Studio and AC Specialty.  The ribbon is from my stash of long ago.  

I hope you and your family find JOY through this holiday season and the upcoming new year..

Please drop by the Celebrate The Occasion blog and leave some love.  Then link up your shaped Christmas card for a chance to win a gift card!!

Monday, December 19, 2011

The Boo Crew at 25 Days of Christmas

Today is the 19th day of the 25 Days of Christmas Crafting Showcase.  All of this is taking place over at the fabulous Cooking With Cricut blog.  Now today, everyone is headed to October for a little BOO fun for you.  I made a little treat bag.

All of the paper I used to make this little bag is from Martha Stewart Crafts.  The happy little witch is cut from the Mini Monsters cartridge.  The top pf the bag is punched with the Martha Stewart goo boarder punch.  I used some shiny purple ribbon to tie the bag together.  

Now just hop on over to  Cooking With Cricut  and see all the other things the Boo Crew has for you.  there are many many great giveaways this month.  So don't miss out!!!
Thanks for dropping by. Come back soon!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Holiday Cards, Gifts, and Tags Simple

This week the challenge at Cooking With Cricut is all about holiday cards, gifts and tags simple!!  What a great time for everyone to join in on some Christmas fun! I am showing you some of the little simple cards I made for the children in my class at school.

These are A2 size cards which are a perfect size to write a note inside.  These cards were oh so simple to make.  the ornament is cut from the Celebrate With Flourish cartridge.  I used K&Co and AC Speciality papers for the ornament.  The mat paper  is from The Paper Studio. The cute ruffled ribbon is from Jo Ann's.  Though the card is simple, I just know the children will love it!  

Please join us at Cooking With Cricut as we celebrate the 25 Days of Christmas.  Link up your project.  There are many wonderful prizes to be won!!!

Monday, December 12, 2011

A Brand New Look

Don't you just love the new llok of my blog!!  I can take no credit for it.  Sheri of My Sheri Crafts did all the work.  I feel like a new person with my new blog look.  If you go and visit the DT members at My Sheri Crafts, you will see many other wonderful blogs that Sheri has designed.  Oh, and while you arethere, join in our challenge.

Sheri, you are truly the best!!!!!


Rolling in Ribbon with the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog

This week we are rolling in ribbon at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog.  We are so lucky to be sponsored by Kimberly at My Craft Spot.  Kimberly makes some of the most beautiful crinkle ribbon ever.  And she was so nice to donate some for this challenge.  I have used Kimberly's ribbon often.  I can truly say, it is fabulous.  This week I mad a card using the  the Cricut cartridge CELEBRATE WITH FLOURISH.

The papers I used are from The Paper Studio and My Mind's Eye.  The tree is cut at 4.75 inches.  I used Recollection gold pearls to embellish the tree.  The green damask paper was distressed with the Tim Holtz distresser and then inked in gold.  The sentiment is from the Winter Wishes stamp set by K Andrew Designs.  The gorgeous ribbon on the card is from My Craft Spot.  Please go and check out all the beautiful colors of ribbon there.  

Please go to the FCCB and see all the wonderful projects by the design team.  And then join in the challenge of ROLLING IN RIBBON. 

Saturday, December 10, 2011

My Sheri Crafts and Let It Snow

This is the last challenge of the year at  My Sheri Crafts and it is going to be a great challenge.  This week we are doing projects with the theme LET IT SNOW!!  This challenge is about creating a project with a snow or snowflake theme.

This card was made with papers from Martha Stewart crafts.  The trees and deer are cut from the Winter Woodlands cartridge.  I added Stickles to the trees so they would glisten.The trees were added to the card with foam tape.  The two layers of snow were  embossed with two different folders and the Cuttlebug. 

The little snowflakes are stickers I found at Hobby Lobby.  I thought they were the perfect touch for this card along with the braided ric-rac.  

And the sentiment "Warm Winter Wishes" is from the WINTER WISHES stamp set from  K Andrew Designs

Please join us for the last challenge of 2011 with a LET IT SNOW THEME.  Just head over to My Sheri Crafts and see what the wonderful DT has created for you.  And please add your project to the link.  

Enjoy this last challenge of the year and join us again in 2012 for another challenge.  We have some great things planned for the up-coming new year.   I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and a prosperous New Year. 

Whimiscal Wednesdays   Winter Fun

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

The Sounds of Christmas

This week the challenge at Cooking With Cricut is all about "The Sounds of Christmas".  I am certain my very favorite thing about this time of the year is all of the glorious music.  Noting much brightens the spirit than the sound of beautiful Christmas music.  No matter if it is sacred or secular, it is all beautiful and contagious.  Have you ever noticed how people are far more free to sing or dance this time of year.  It is the effect of all the beautiful music!!  Here is a card I made about the music at Christmas.

The card base is a forest green and the mat is a glittered striped paper from My Mind's Eye.  I embossed white card stock with the allegro embossing folder and then inked it in gold.  The bells are cut from the Quarter Note cartridge in a crimson and silver metallic.   They are embellished with pine leaves from a Martha Stewart punch.  The Silver metallic paper is from AC Specialty.  The forest green and crimson are from Recollections.  The sentiment is stamped in crimson and then inked in gold.  I cannot recall where I got the sentiment stamp.  It may have been Oriental Trading,  I have had it a good while.  But, I do think it is perfect for this card.  

Now, don't forget to visit Cooking With Cricut and see what the DT has created for you.  We would so like for you to link your project about the Sounds of Christmas to the Cooking With Cricut site.  

Enjoy the music and enjoy the holidays.  For they are truly special.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Christmas with No Green and DT Call

This weeks challenge at Celebrate The Occasion is to create a Christmas project using NO GREEN.  This is the card I made for the project.

This is a 5 x 6.5 card.  The paper is from The Paper Studio.  I used a Winter Botanicale Sizzix folder to emboss the image.  After embossing, I inked over it with a gold ink pad.  I them used gold glitter glue to add a little bling to the two flowers.  I used a sheer glitter gold ribbon and bow from Michael's and finished the card with sentiment from the Winter Wishes stamp set  from K Andrew Designs.  These stamps are so wonderful to use because they can be mixed and matched.  Please check them out.  I just love that a portion of the proceeds goes to charity.  And the stamps are made right here in the USA.  

We also have big news for you.  Celebrate the Occasion  is looking for new talent for the Design Team.  This is a wonderful opportunity to work with some lovely ladies who have created a fabulous challenge blog.  Adrian and Gloria have put together one of the most fun blogs on the net.  They are all about celebrating any occasion and love to do it in such creative  ways. 

Please take a look at all of the other great projects the DT did for this challenge over at Celebrate The Occasion.  And link your Christmas WITHOUT GREEN project there for us all to see.  Thanks so much for dropping by today.  I hope to see you back real soon. 

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Oh Those Shiny Ornaments

I do love Christmas ornaments, especially if they are shiny.  So I decided to make a card with some ornaments.

The first time I saw this ornament paper, I fell in love with it.  The reason I loved it so much is that the paper is so shiny.  Well, you will have to take my word for it because the photo does not give a true picture of the paper.  I used the Joys of the Season cartridge to cut the ornaments.  The sentiment is from the Summertime Splash stamp set by K Andrew Designs.  Who would have ever thought about using summertime stamps on a Christmas card.  Well, these stamps are just so versatile, they can be used in many.many ways. 

The gold ribbon is holiday ribbon from Michaels.  I just love the ribbon color and thought it was a good match for this card.
I'm so glad you dropped by.  Come back and visit soon!

The Paper Variety   Ornaments

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Cooking With Cricut #61

This week the challenge at Cooking With Cricut about candles, wreathes, and or pine cones.  First, let me say that my Gypsy died this weekend so I had to use my Cricut without it.  I have not used the Cricut without the Gypsy in over a year.  Needless to say, I had to get the Cricut manual out to refresh myself on cutting with a cartridge.  How soon we forget.  I talked to Provo Craft today and was told that it would be replaced with a new one.

Now on to my project, (made without a Gypsy).

This is an A2 card.  The card base is Kraft paper with a pale pink mat.  I embossed a white mat with snowflakes and then inked it with a pale blue ink.  The wreath is cut from Christmas Cheer.  I added some little white pearls to the wreath and then topped the wreath with some pine leaves cut from a Martha Stewart punch and three little pale pink roses.  I added a little border to the top from K&Co.

The sentiment, "Merry Christmas" is from the Winter Wishes stamp set by K Andrew Designs.  

These stamps are fabulous because they can be mixed and matched in so many different ways.  All of  Kristal's stamps are made here in the USA and a portion of the proceeds goes to charity.  Just buying the stamps makes you feel good.  Go check them out HERE.

Please head on over to the Cooking With Cricut Blog and see what the fabulous Design Team has created this week for you.   Drop by their blogs and leave them some love.  Then, we want to see what you will create with the theme candles, wreathes, and  or pine cones and link it up at  Cooking With Cricut.

Thanks so much for dropping by.  I hope you will come back often.

Guest Designer at She's a Sassy Lady

I am so excited today to back as a guest designer for my good friend, Sheila, at She's a Sassy Lady.  Sheila and I met this past summer when I won a challenge on her blog.  Amazingly we live and work just a few miles from each other.  How fun is that!

I made a folder frame card.  There is a very good tutorial on making folded frames HERE at  I just love making these.  They are fun and sooooo easy to make.  Because we are expecting out first snow here in central Alabama tonight, I thought I would go with a snow motif for my card.

The folded frame reminds me of a quilt square.  And a quilt is sounding pretty good to me since the temperature has dropped dramatically today and it is raining/snowing right now outside.  The snowflake is  cut from the A Child's Year cartridge.  I ran it through the Xyron to get it sticky so I could add some of Martha Stewart's glitter to it.  I love the way it just gliste

The scalloped frame is cut from the Elegant Edges cartridge.  All paper used to make the card is from K&Co  I added a pale blue sheer glittered ribbon and bow to 

And I finished the card with a label cut from the Lacey Labels cartridge stamped with the "Frosty Greetings" sentiment from  K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set.

Please go visit Kristal and check out all of her wonderful stamps HERE.  They are wonderful because they can be mixed and matched to create many different sentiments.  They are made here in the USA and a portion of the proceeds goes to charity.  Pretty good!!

Don't forget to go over to Sheila's blog at She's a Sassy Lady and see all of the amazing projects by some of the most talented people ever!!  You'll be glad you did.

Thanks for dropping by.  I hope you will com

Monday, November 28, 2011

JOY Holiday Card

This week the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge is all about HOLIDAY CARDS.  I made an A2 card using paper from The Paper Studio.

The word JOY and the label is cut from the Storybook cartridge.  I did a little distressing with the Tim Holtz antique linen ink pad.  The corner frame on the top left was cut free hand.  And I finished the card with a pretty gold ribbon and bow.  

Make sure you go over to the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog and see the beautiful holiday cards the Design Team has created for you.  I do hope you will visit each of their blogs and leave them some love.   Most of all we are hoping you will link up your holiday card and join in the fun.  

Thanks for dropping by.  i hope you will come back often.

Friday, November 25, 2011

My Sheri Crafts and Decorate for Christmas

It is the beginning of the Holiday Season and everyone at My Sheri Crafts is decorating for Christmas.  Yes, that is our theme for the new challenge.  I have made a banner for this challenge.  I teach kindergarten and every year, each takes home a paper gingerbread man to decorate.  I encourage the parents to get involved and help their child.  I just say,"Have fun, and be creative".  As the children bring the gingerbread men back to school, I hang them on one of our bulletin boards in the hall outside our classroom for everyone to see.  We also paint candy canes, and make large lolipops to add to the board.  Instead of just stapling some words on the board for the sentiment, I decided to make a banner.

I thought the word SWEET just summed it all up.  I love the way the banner turned out.  I had my doubts at first, but now I think it is just perfect.  I used the Damask Decor to cut the base. I added a diamond shaped mat cut from George and Basic Shapes to each base cut.  The word "sweet" was cut from the Winter Woodland  cartridge.  The little peppermints and candy canes were cut from Joys of the Season and Christmas Cheer.  And the gingerbread was cut from the Gingerbread cartridge.  I used paper from K&Co and Recollections.

I added a few gems to the gingerbread. Red sheer ribbon was used to connect the banner pieces together.  And then to complete the banner, I tied red and green bows to the top of each letter.  I am so thrilled to have this cute banner to added to our bulletin board.  I know the children will love it!  

Please join us by linking your "decoration" to My Sheri Crafts.  and while you are there, you will want to visit all the other members of the Design Team and see their fabulous creations.  The ladies on the Design Team are so creative and talented.  You will truly be inspired!

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Thanksgiving, Second Grade, and Bible Quotes

Hi!  I'm so glad you dropped by for a visit.  You are in for a real treat this week at Cooking With Cricut.  Everyone has been in the kitchen creating such wonderful projects.  And they all include a Bible quote or verse.  Well, it just happens to be the week of Thanksgiving.  And for some reason each year at this time I think back to my second grade class. And when I say I think back, I mean waaaaaay back.  I'm talking back to the early 60's.  At that time, things were a little different in school.  I went to a public neighborhood school.  And one of the requirements was that everyone in my second grade class had to learn and recite Psalm100 by the week of Thanksgiving.  That is recite it all by yourself in front of the class the class.  Well, lucky for me, I had already memorized it in my Sunday School class.  So I was ok with it.

For some reason I remember all of this so vividly.  We also had to memorize a little Thanksgiving poem, write it and illustrate it.  I still have that paper so I have scanned it to show you.

Now, back to the challenge.  As I said it is to create something with a Bible quote or verse.  I made a card that has Psalm 100 on it.

The card mat is paper from DCWV. The Psalm is printed on ivory cardstock.  I used a Fiskars corner punch on the bottom corners and a corner rounder on the top corners.   Green and brown sheer ribbons and bow were added along with a few little gems to continue the color palette.  I inked around all of the papers with bronze and brown ink.  

Now, here is the inside of the card.

The mat is the same DCWV paper as on the front.  The little girl praying was cut from the Inspired Heart cartridge on aqua and tan paper.  I did a little distressing with bronze and brown ink.  I added  an ivory paper inked in bronze and brown for a place to write the message.  And three little gems were added to finish the card. 

Please go visit Cooking With Cricut where you will be inspired by the fabulous Design Team.  And then link up your project with a Bible quote or verse.  I am excited to see what you will create.    

And for an extra treat, here is my second grade class.  I am on the front row, 6th from the left.  Those were the good ole days.

Thank you so much for stopping by.  Have a great week and a Happy Thanksgiving! 


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Celebrate The Occasion #40

Hello everyone!  It is the week of Thanksgiving and all of us at Celebrate The Occasion are so excited to celebrate this wonderful time of year with you.  Our challenge this week is to make a Thanksgiving project.  But to add a little something to the challenge we are asking that you also use buttons.

This is what i created for this chalenge.
The card is made with papers from DCWV and Recollections.  The turkey is cut from the Thanksgiving cartridge.  And to "dress" this turkey, I a little bronze, brown, and orange glittler glue. I decided to add three different colored buttons to bring out the colors in the background mat.  And I found this great ribbon in my stash.  It is just perfect with the colors and glitter on the turkey.  I had actually forgotten I had it, but so glad I found it!

The sentiment is from the K Andrew Designs Fall-o-ween Stamp Set.  These are such wonderful stamps amd can be used in so many ways.  A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a charity, and they are made right here in the USA!!  How good is that!!
You can check out all of the wonderful stamps sets HERE.  

Now, please head over to Celebrate The Occasion and see the Design Team's inspiration.  Join the celebration by linking up your Thanksgiving with buttons project.  
I am so glad you dropped by to visit.  I hope you will visit often.  Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!  

The Shabby Tea Room   Colors of Nature

Monday, November 21, 2011

Turkeys Turkeys Turkeys

Today we made turkeys in my kindergarten class.  I have made them for years.  In fact, I don't even know when i started making them.  The children love making them.  And the parents love getting them.  They are great decoration.  After making the turkeys, we placed them in the hall under one of our bulletin boards for all to see.   So without saying anything else,  here are the turkeys.

Aren't they hilarious!!  I just wanted to share something funny with you today.   Gobble Gobble Gobble!! 

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Thankful And Some

It is time for the Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky.  And the theme this week is GIVE THANKS.   We are creating projects to reflect something or someone we are thankful for.

 There is a sweet friend of mine, who came close to losing her life due to the treatment of cancer eleven years ago.  She was on life support for four months.  It was such a terrible time, that it is hard to even think about it today.  Well, she did survive which is nothing but a miracle.  And now every November she and her husband have an evening of Thanksgiving at their home for some of their closest friends.  We do not look back and talk of her illness.  We reflect on all that we have to be thankful for and talk of plans we have, to make life better for others.  My friend and her husband both are gourmet cooks so not only is the company at the dinner special, the food is amazing!!!   This past Saturday evening, we all gathered at their home for our annual evening of Thanksgiving.    This is the card i am sending to her tomorrow, thanking her and her dear husband for their friendship and graciousness.

I used the Holiday Cakes cartridge to cut the branch with the acorns. I drew the lines on the acorns with a  colored pencil.  The vintage Thanksgiving image is a free image from Melin at Cooking With Cricut.  The paper I used for the card is from K&Co.  I added some lace from my sewing stash and a pretty sheer green ribbon and bow to compliment the branch.  A few Recollection gems were added to give the card just the right bling.

The beautiful sentiment is created with the K Andrew Design stamp sets Fall-o-ween and Winged Things. 

Both of these sets of stamps are so wonderful and versatile as all of Kristal's stamp sets are.  You can check out all the wonderful stamp sets Kristal has created by clicking HERE.  

Please join our Give Thanks challenge this week by linking up your project to Getting Cricky's Simply Sunday.  We look forward to seeing what you have created.  And, while you are there take a look at all the inspiration the Design Team has created for you.  Don't forget to visit their blogs  and leave them some love.  

Have a great week and a Blessed Thanksgiving.     


Friday, November 18, 2011

Getting Cricky Holiday Wishes Blog Hop

Welcome to the "Holiday Wishes" Getting Cricky Blog Hop!!

We're so happy you could join us for this month's Getting Cricky Design Team Blog Hop!!  In addition to Kristal and the Senior Design Team, we look forward to introducing you to TEN member of our NEW Junior Design Team (be sure to visit Kristal's Blog to see ALL of our "new additions"!!)...  Each of us, along with our Special Guest - Ellen from "a little bit of this...", are so pleased to have you here with us!!  Throughout the hop, you'll see NEW ideas for creating cards and projects with Kristal's stamps sets!!

If you've hopped along from the super talented Amanda then you are in the right place!! If you are just joining me from your dashboard, or reading this via email, please be sure to CLICK HERE to start at the beginning with Kristal's blog (you'll want to catch up on all the FUN!!)...

Each of Kristal's stamp sets benefit charity. At least $1 per stamp set goes to benefit the charity noted on the stamp set package. Kristal is donating to the following charities: Cancer Angels, Storefront Shelter for Homeless Children, Intrepid & Fallen Heroes, E. Glaser Pediatric AIDS  Foundation, Doorways Shelter for Women & Children (Domestic Violence), Wayside House for Women, Camp Good Days & Special Times, Adopt a Classroom, and Autism Research Institute. Kristal will donate $1 for every stamp set sold, retail or wholesale to the charity noted; and over time believes this will add up to some wonderful miracles for these special people. So you can feel good that each time you purchase a K Andrew Designs art stamp set, someone around the country is receiving some good help!

K Andrew's stamps are all made and assembled here in the USA, which is very important to Kristal. This ensures all product materials are safe and that jobs are being provided and maintained here in America.  You can learn even more about Kristal's stamps (and pick some up for yourself) by visiting her online store: K Andrew Designs:

Kristal's stamp sets are perfect for cards, layouts, and so much more...

For my project, I'm featuring the wonderful WINTER WISHES stamp set.

K Andrew Designs

The card I created here is a5X6.5 card.  The blue snowflake mat paper is from K&Co.  It is embossed with a snowflake Cuttlebug embossing folder.  The ornaments are cut from the Cricut cartridge Holiday Cakes.  I used papers from DCWV and AC Specialty. 
 To jazz the ornaments up, I added some little holiday trinket charms  and a few colored gems to them.  I found these cute little trinkets are Hobby Lobby a few weeks ago, and just could not resist them.
And I finished the ornaments with three different ribbons from my stash of holiday ribbon.  

 The sentiment I chose for the card is a bright and happy " Merry Christmas "from Krystal's WINTER WISHES stamp set.  The most amazing thing about Kristal's stamps is that they can all be mixed and matched to create so many different sentiments for so many different projects.  They are just so versatile. 

I have some fabulous Blog Candy for you.  I will be giving away one of
 Kristal's WINTER WISHES stamp sets.  
All you have to do is be a follower and leave me a comment on this post.  
The winner will be named on Black Friday!! 

Now you can hop on over to your next stop: Christel ......
Have fun and come back soon!!  

Getting Cricky Blog Hop


Exciting News Today

Good mornibng everyone!!  It is a beautiful sunny day here in central Alabama.  It is cold,  but beautiful. It is also Friday, which also makes the day even more beautiful!!!  There is a winner of the Thanksgiving cartridge give away from the Fantabulous Cricut Crawl.  And the random winner is ...

Jessica said...

Hi Charlotte!!
Your card is beautiful!! I love the soft fall colors...absolutly stunning!
TFS :)
Congratulations Jessica,  I will be getting in touch with you  so I can get the cartridge in the mail. 
I have more exciting news!!  My first blog hop as a member of the  Getting Cricky Design Team is TONIGHT at 9:00 Eastern Time.  You will not want ot miss this hop.  We wil be showcasing Kristal's  newest stamps.  The projects are amazing and there will be Fabulous Prizes!