Welcome to Would You Ever Guess Wednesday!
I know we have some new followers since I have explained
Would You Ever Guess Wednesday (WYEGW)
On a Wednesday we like to stump you and make you say.... "I would never have thought of that"
So we take a cartridge and look at the keypad overlay then we take the feature keys on the top left.
Some examples of 'feature' keys are: Card, Tag, Border, Purse, Icon- just to name a few.
We do not use the image itself that you see on the back of the box.
We also do not use the shadow feature key of the image.... that would be the same as using the image itself.
The other option is to use a cake cartridge to make a paper craft or to use a regular cartridge to make an edible project.
Yes cake cartridges can be used in ALL Cricut machines....
they really have some great images on them and they really deserve another look.
For example I made this card using A Child's Year.
I did not use the image itself on the back of the box.
I used the card feature to make the card above. I used the icon features to make the snowflakes below. I cut them at different sizes to layer them.
I also used the tag feature to make the tag on the inside of the card below
Here is also the full link if you would like to look at the "how-to" for this card
Please make sure to scroll down to see ALL of the pictures
On the the Team's projects.......
Amber made this bunny basket using Easter 2010. To see a tutorial on how to make it please visit her blog http://pixiperfectcreations.blogspot.com/
Jenn Lorist used TBBM2 to make her basket. To see her entire project please visit her blog at www.jennspapercrafts.blogspot.com
Tracy from http://scrappininthewoods.blogspot.com/ made this card using Art Philosophy and Cricut American Alphabet.
ClaireR used Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2 to make her Easter basket.
To see the complete project, please visit her blog at
Laurie altered this mini composition notebook using Plantin Schoolbook and Gypsy Wanderings. To see more visit her blog at http://mincedpaper.blogspot.com/
Tonya used Art Philosophy on her project. You can find more information on her blog ittybittyladybugs.blogspot.com
Jessica Kephart created this 3-D Easter Basket using the Enjoy the Season's Imagine Cartridge and the Imagine More cartridge! Here is the Sneak Peek! To view the entire project, please be sure to stop by Jessica's Blog at: www.homespunelegance.blogspot.com
Kathy used the Tags, Bags, Boxes and More, Simply Charmed and a few other cartridges to make her
3-D basket today. Please visit her blog to see her entire project at http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com
Heather F created this tag card using the Holiday Cakes Cartridge. You can see more information on the card on her blog http://papercrafteranonymous.com
Would You Ever Guess that Teresa used the Straight From the Nest cartridge
for part of her Spring Card? Please visit her blog to check it out!