Thursday, August 2, 2012

Theme Day Thursday August 2, 2012



One of today's themes was Golf. The other theme was the BOX OF DOOM papers.
What is that??? You know when you get a mat stack of papers and some of them are.... INTERESTING to say the least. These paper are called box of doom. So when a design team member misses a post or is late on submitting a project-- they use to have to pick 2 days to make up that one.... but that sent traffic to their blog, almost rewarding them for missing a post. So.... we decided to change that. We were going through some 'hard to use' papers andput them in a box because we did not know what to do with them.... We had great laughs over it! So those papers became known as the BOX OF DOOM papers.... So.... here they are. (and also some golf themed projects)




On this project Shelley used Cartridges Flower Shoppe, Winter Woodlands and Fancy Frames. To see more about this project please visit her blog at




Robin made a Layout page using Cartridges...
Car Decals, Paper Dolls for Everyday, and Four Legged Friends.
Go to her Blog to see the details on how she made her layout at...
http://create-a-latte.blogspot.com/2012/08/theme-day-thursday-golf.html





Today Nicole used the Imagine More cartridge.
For more photos and details please check out her blog at
http://scrappyoldlady.blogspot.com/2012/08/theme-day-thursday-golf.html





Nanné used several different cartridges to create this layout:
Bloom, Walk in My Garden, Kate's ABC's and Cricut Craftroom basics.




Lisa Ch
used Paper doll dress up & Divine Wedding to make these projects today.
Please visit her blog  to see more projects like this today
http://lisacustomscrapbooking.blogspot.com/2012/08/box-of-doom.html





Cathy used the Cricut cartridges, Fancy Frames, Wrap It Up, and Paper Doll Dress up to make her project today, to see more details on this please head over to her blog at http://cathyplus5.blogspot.com/2012/08/mccr-theme-day-thursday.html






Today Ava choose to use the Everyday Paper Dolls cartridge
to make a card for her project. For more photos and details
please check out her blog at:





Amy used the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge to add the finishing

touch to her "ugly" paper project. Check it out at her blog.
http://clayfulimagination.blogspot.com/2012/08/box-of-doom.html/