Friday, March 2, 2012

100 Cricut Cartridge Blog Hop

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Welcome to My Cricut Craft Room's
100 Cricut Cartridge Blog Hop
You should have started at http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com/ if not please start at the beginning


My first project was something I created for a swap at StorytellersClub. We were asked to make "she dolls" and they needed to look like us and tell you our name and something we like. It's kind of ironic because I was planning on doing a paper doll for my blog title so this swap was perfect for this month. Earlier this week I posted my new blog header and today I share with you my "She Doll".
Of course I used the Everyday Paperdolls Cartridge. And I cut my lil gal out at 4" tall. The little lions on her t-shirt and the paper actually came from StorytellersClub. Hope you think she is cute and what do you think...does she look like me?

My next project was something kindy of quirky that I thought up. While I have been recovering from my accident I have received many wonderful cards. I realized I have no get well cards in my pile of cards to send out and decided what better time to make some. So here it is my "Feeling Blue" Card.
I started out by using my Cricut Mini and a few pens to create my sentiments. If you have never played with the pens please be sure to check out my video, listed under videos of course. It really does give a cool effect. After writing out the bold teal letters, I went back over it with a fine tip black. (check out my video for more info)

I used Accent Essentials to cut out the Starburst at 4" and the scallop border at .55". The font I chose was Type Candy (sorry the font shown above is from This N That). I cut the front sentiment at .5" and the inside at 1" and .5".

Can you tell who is going to be our main star on the front of this card? You guessed it! SULLEY! I used the Best of Pixar to create my Sulley at 4".
 And here it is..my finished card. I added glossy modge podge to the front because I love the effect. It doesn't photograph well so this photo was taken without flash. Sorry it's the best I could do.
Thanks so much for stopping on by. Please leave a comment, become a follower, and come back often to see more projects. And don't forget to check out my videos. Thanks again, Connie Can Crop where we are WILD about crafting!
Be sure to visit Erica's Blog http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com tomorrow for over 50 NEW projects that you did not see today....

Also make sure to follow Erica's blog so you will know when she has contests, prizes, challenges, swaps & special online coupons. 

Currently she is running a Scrapbook & Card challenge over on her challenge blog and you can win a gift certificate to her webstore! http://ericascraftroomchallenges.blogspot.com/

This Friday she will announce February's Scrapbook swap.... She has a swap each week and you have two weeks to make your project each month. There will be a card, scrapbook, tag, die cut and embellishment swap each month! http://ericascraftroomswaps.blogspot.com/


Don't forget to comment along the way on all of the blogs today and tomorrow to be entered to win the Cricut cartridge that Erica is giving away today.

Winners will be announced on her blog on Tuesday!

If you get a chance please visit Erica's Webstore and enjoy 15% your total purchase this weekend.

Enter the code MARCH during the third step of check out to see the discount.

She has everything crafty.... Cricut cartridges, adhesive, papers, stamps and so much more.....





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28 comments:

  1. great projects!! LOVE YOUR SHE DOLL!!! REALLY CUTE
    TFS
    WWW.CRAFTNTHINGS.BLOGSPOT.COM

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  2. I love your feeling blue card!

    DT sister
    Tracy
    http://scrappininthewoods.blogspot.com

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  3. so cute, glad you are up to crafting again

    http://tryin2craft.blogspot.com

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  4. so so cute!! anyone who gets this card will feel better instantly!! i've never played with the pens yet, i love how it turns out. i'll be sure to try this! TFS
    http://pinkpunkcosmo.blogspot.com

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  5. OMG Connie I love your Sulley Card!!! TOO CUTE :)

    xoxoxoxox
    Jess and Mason @ www.homespunelegance.blogspot.com

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  6. super cute cards!

    Dana
    Danascraftycorner.blogspot.com

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  7. Great cards! I love the idea of using those storyteller items to decorate doll shirts- great idea I have some of those as well.

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  8. awww sweet cards!!!

    I am your new follower, please follow me

    Gaby B

    www.thecraftydream.blogspot.com
    mgb2000@gmail.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Following you now too!

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  9. Both of your projects are FANTASTIC!! Love that you used the pens

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  10. Very cute Connie!! Love the new header on your blog!
    MCCR DT Sister
    Kathy
    http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

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  11. Awesome cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. love, love, love the "she" doll. The tiger on the shirt is too cute. The get well card is off the hook! Great original ideas
    Kat
    http://scrapnhappykat.blogspot.com

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  13. Love the She doll and Sulley is really cool!! TFS!! Vickie M DT sis vick6740@yahoo.com

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  14. I adore the she doll and Sulley. They are both so stinking cute.

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  15. Cute cards~I LOVE Sulley and Crafting Connie :)

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  16. Connie I LOVE your Sulley Card. You did a fabulous job! I hope you are feeling better, it's great to see you crafting!!! TFS, Mary M

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  17. This card is sooooo cute!!! TFS

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  18. Love the card. the lettering effect is great. I will have to watch the video. Happy new follower. Thanks so much for sharing.

    God Bless
    Heather Pullen
    blessed2cre8.blogspot.com

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  19. Love how you used the pen with your cricut! Christina

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  20. Just love sulley he is the best tfs

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  21. Your she doll is too cute! I also love your card...Monster's Inc is one of my favorites. :)

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  22. I have always wanted to try using markers with the cricut. I love how it turned out. You did such a great job putting Sulley together. I bet he wasn't the easiest to put together.

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