Treva, of Treva’s Craft Corner! Just contact me via email and let me know where to send your brand new Something to Celebrate cartridge.
Everything here was cut by the Explore and the journaling was written by the Explore, too.
The images are from Lettering Delights. If you have an Explore or a Cameo (or another machine that cuts SVG files), you should check out this site. I love their images, both their cutting files and their graphics. They also have a collection of thin fonts that are meant to be written and not cut by the Explore or Cameo. If you like their stuff, sign up. They have weekly freebies, alphabets you can use for free and you can get notices of their constant sales and coupon codes.
And don’t forget my giveaway! Enter to win the Cricut Something to Celebrate cartridge a few posts down. You just need to follow and comment before 9 am EST Wednesday morning. That’s when I will draw the winner. Good luck!
Details: Poinsettia cut at 4.45 inches, tree at 10.6 inches, sleigh at 1.8 and title at 4.9. Patterned Paper: Authentique Paper Curiosity stack. Cardstock: Recollections.
A little classroom decor for my sons’ teacher. Both tissue box files are available in the Silhouette Store. One is plain and can be used for any theme. The other has the drippy blood top for Halloween. They are perfectly sized for any any square box of tissues. One of these was Kleenex and the other was Target brand.
Details: Patterned Paper: K and Co. Jan Yanok Specialty Stack. Cardstock: Recollections.
More Kindergarten book. This layout was made using one of my favorite cartridges, Something to Celebrate. It covers everything, birthdays, engagements, new babies, New Year’s, 4th of July, Cinco de Mayo, Congratulations, etc. It has images, shaped cards, phrases, backgrounds and 2 different fonts. Go take a look at it, and if you decide you just have to have it, comment here and try to win it.
To win, you have to be a follower of this blog in some way (email, Pinterest, Facebook, etc.) and leave a comment on this post. I’ll use a random number generator to pick a winner on Wednesday. Good luck!
Details: Design Space file is here. Patterned Paper: Authentique Paper Curiosity stack. Cardstock: Recollections.
A double layout showcasing various classroom activities. The little red-headed student (like Sean!) is from Create A Friend. The glue, crayons and paint are from Recess. The font is from the Baby Steps cartridge.
Details: Student cut a 3 inches, glue at 2 inches, paint at 3 inches, crayons at 1 inch and font at 1.25 inches. Patterned paper: Authentique Paper Curiosity stack. Cardstock: Recollections.
These are the first two pages of the Kindergarten book. I used the Nate’s ABC cartridge for the “My Class” title and A Child’s Year for the silhouette of the schoolboy. On the High Tech layout, I used Locker Talk for the laptop cut and Cursive 101 for the computer and the “High Tech” title.
I used my Cuttlebug to emboss some of the squares on the High Tech layout and a I stamped the image of filmstrip.
Details: Patterned Paper: Authentique Paper Curiosity stack. Cardstock: Recollections.
For the next several days, I will be posting pictures from my son Sean’s Kindergarten album. I used one of the Recollections packaged chipboard books as the base so it is very sturdy. It was advertised as 12×12 but it is really closer to 11.5×11.5. I used Authentique Paper’s Curiosity paper as my theme. I Modge Podged it on to the chipboard pages.
Details: Schoolhouse cut at 9 inches. Cardstock: Recollections. Patterned Paper: Authentique Paper Curiosity stack.
I used the Disney Best of Pixar cartridge for Flick and for the the leaf on the corner of the photo. The leaf background is from the Silhouette online store and the title is made with a free font, A Bug’s Life.
Starting tomorrow I will be showing off my older son’s not-so-mini kindergarten album (only 2 years late). I will also be starting a series of Cricut cartridge giveaways. If you like free stuff and really, really good odds, just keep checking back.
Details: Flick is here. Cardstock: Co’redinations.
Everybody’s favorite Space Ranger is cut from the Disney Pixar Toy Story cartridge, along with the rocket emblem and his name. The star background (which I had intended to create myself before I realized such a thing already existed) comes from the Sports Mania cartridge.
Details: Design Space file is here. Cardstock: Recollections.