Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Cricut Crop - Lucy Version

Last month I held my first Cricut Crop - where everyone got to learn a little about their Cricut machines, mats, blades, settings and of course our Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge. Then we all made projects on our Cricuts using our Roxie papers - with a Valentine's Theme. There was one group that didn't get to participate before Valentine's Day, so I needed to redesign the projects a little. I decided to use our new Lucy paper - and here is what I came up with!

What's so cool about this is everyone who took the first class can pretty much use those instructions to create these and other variations on their own! The foundations are the same, I just changed some of the embellishments - and of course the papers.

The first one is using our kraft card to create a treat holder. I used Little Debbie Fancy Cakes for this project. (LOVE Little Debbie's!) I added some 3-D roses to the oval on the front, along with a sentiment from one of the stamps in the Cricut Collection, and some of our color ready ribbon at the top - only, I didn't color it! It was perfect as is!

The next re-make is the chinese to-go box. The first time around I made a nugget box with a truffle inside. This time I used the same size box for a little Fresh Linen votive candle! The sentiment is from the Remarkable Wreath stamp set.

On top of the box I added some layered flat flowers and leaves.

And finally the door hanger re-make. I seem to have a habit of using the door hangers on drinks with a snack stuck in the pocket. This time, I put flower seeds in the pocket and tied the top to a set of garden gloves!

The sentiment on the front is from our May stamp of the month - Friendship Bouquet. It reads "Plant a seed of friendship; reap a bouquet of happiness. Lois L. Kaufman". Perfect - huh????

So there you have it! A project re-make, made easy with Close To My Heart products and the Art Philosophy Cricut Collection!

2 comments:

  1. Absolutely adorable! I have a women's retreat with our church coming up and I'm using Lucy to make goodies. =) Thank you for the inspiration!

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  2. Pamela,

    You are welcome! I can't wait to see what you come up with! I know your ladies will be blessed by your creativity!

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