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Friday, June 3, 2011

100+ Cricut Cartridge Blog Hop

Thank you visiting my blog. And thank you to the amazing Erica for being the hostess of this wonderful hop. You should have came from Aman site :), If you didn’t please start from Erica’s site at http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com
For my project I wanted to use 4 different cartridges, well I used 5 :). The cartridges that I used are Tags, bags, boxes and more, Walk in my garden ,Storybook, Christmas and the extra one was Imagine more cards. So with that let me show you what I did with them. Here is all 3 of the projects that I made.

The 1st on is going to be the Noel card


The black cardstock is by the paper company and is an A2 size card.
The noel was cut with the Storybook cartridge at 1 in using the shadow feature.
The brown, yellow and green paper was printed with the imagine.
The tree and the star is from the Christmas cartridge they are on the same key the tree is just shy of 4 in and the star is just shy of 2 inches.
Everything was cut using the gypsy.

Friends Tag




All Paper on this tag is made with the imagine.
Tag is from Tags,bags,boxes and more and was cut @ 7 inches 
The RGB code for the color is 214-166-128.
Friends is cut at 5 ½ with the shadow using the Walk in my garden cart
The hydrangea is cut at 3 ½ from the walk in my garden cart
The butterfly is an icon form the Imagine more cards cart cut at 1
The buttons are from my stash and don’t remember who made them.
I inked the edges with timber brown stays on ink.

I just love the way that it came out.

And lastly is going to my the Hot air balloon card






White card base is from the paper company, card is a2 size
The stamp at the bottom is a stamp that was given to me and sorry I don’t know the company I used stays on ink in timber brown
The blue sky was done with studio G chalk ink
The clouds is a cotton ball that I pulled apart and glued on
The hot air balloon is cut using the Christmas cartridge it is the ornaments that is in the 3rd row down and the 5 one in.  And is cut at 2.41 by 2.87 I used the main and
the shift layer. The layer behind that is aluminum foil  I used standard crochet thread as the anchor line. The paper that I used for the balloon is Stampin up in real red, always artichoke, and kraft.

I Just LOVE this card. Don’t you?

Please leave me a comment.Also make sure to visit everyone blogs so you have a chance to win some candy at the end of the hop. Your next stop is Autumn http://autumnsbuggycreations.blogspot.com/
Thank you everyone, stay hoppy

Amanda


39 comments:

  1. Love the play on the buttons, so going to scraplift this idea!

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  2. Great projects. I've never made a tag before but am inspired to do so. Thanks!

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  3. What a wonderful idea to make a caterpillar out of buttons!

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  4. What wonderful projects! I especially like the "Noel" card.
    LizW.

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  5. EVERYTHING is adorable! I especially love the way you accented the buttons! =D

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  6. great job Amanda. Love Christmas!!!

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  7. Great projects! I like the way you made the clouds with cotton and chalk ink. I will have to try that technique.

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  8. Wonderful projects!!!!!!!!!! new follower!

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  9. Clever idea to use the ornament for the hot air balloon.

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  10. Love the Christmas tree! Gorgeous!

    ♥ Laura ♥
    tweetyb@satx.rr.com
    http://laurascraftsandmore.blogspot.com/

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  11. The hot air balloon is the thing now to use for card making. Love the colors and style. Looks like the balloon is floating right off the page!

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  12. Great projects. I love the Hot air balloon one.


    Happy Scrappin'

    Sue B
    Suenj99 at yahoo dot com
    http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

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  13. Great ideas! Thanks!

    deek@att.net

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  14. Your cards are truly wonderful!!! TFS

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  15. Great tags and card..TFS
    wishuponascrap.blogspot.com
    craftychickdesgins.blogspot.com

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  16. Love the hot air balloon card. TFS!
    lflinesatcomcastdotnet

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  17. great projects,joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

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  18. ....yes i do just love this card! great projects amanda.

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  19. How cute are ALL of these?!?! LOVE the Christmas card...it's gorgeous!! The tag is just cutie patootie - my fave part is the caterpillar made from buttons!! Ingenious! And that hot air balloon is just beautiful! Would definitely bring a smile to anyone's face!! TFS!! (and, be aware: scraplifting WILL happen (: )

    autumnwillis925 at gmail dot com

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  20. Great projects! I love the hot air balloon card, very clever! I'm a new followe!

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  21. Hey Amanda! I'm luvin all your projects! You are very creative! Glad we "met" on FB! Aloha, Linda

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  22. Great projects! Cute idea with the buttons! Thanks for sharing! :)

    lovelyinspiredcreations.blogspot.com
    majelica at comcast dot net

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  23. Love them! Makes me want to go make some! TFS :)

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  24. Wow I love the hot air balloon. Beautiful!

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  25. Hey Amanda, loved the tag and the cloud idea.

    terry @ crictucraftinterry.blogspot.com

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  26. Very cute. Lisahartnett78@gmail.com

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  27. Hi Amanda, My favorite is the Friends tag. Thank you for sharing your talents. I hope to be doing the same soon!

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  28. I need that imagine more cards and more! I love all the projects.

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  29. The friends tag is sweet, especially the button worm. How cute.

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  30. clever idea to use an ornament for the hot air balloon
    katieoscreations@gmail.com

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  31. Love the button caterpillar!

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  32. I LOVE the hot air balloon! I'd have never thought of doing that with an ornament! Thx for the idea!!

    Is the Studio G Chalk the stuff that Michael's sells for $1? If so, I almost bought a BUNCH of it the other day...I guess I should have...I need you to show me how to "ink" edges...I don't know how...

    The tag looks great too. :)

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