Thursday, May 9, 2013

Would You Ever Guess Wednesday May 8, 2013 - Use a Cricut CakeCartridge To Make a Paper Craft


Today's project from the design team are all made with a Cricut Cake cartridge.
I have to laugh about today's projects...
Two of us used the SAME butterfly in our projects, the other two used the same tea pot. 
Out of all of the cartridges, we each picked the same cartridge and the same images!!! 
I just think that the design team compliments each other VERY well... I am so excited! 



Here is what I made for Bella's room.




Here you can see the butterflies and how they actually look on the curtains. 




Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art (2.5") , all of the butterflies in this picture. 





Martha Stewart All Occasion Cake Art cut at 2" 




Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art cut at 2" 




Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art cut at 2" 






Using the Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art and Martha Stewart All Occasion Cake art





I used Martha Steward Elegant Cake Art cut at 2" 





Here is what it looks like together.... The ballerina was only $7 at a place in Ohio called Flower Factory and I keep checking back for more and they have not come in yet. 




This butterfly was cut at 2 1/2" from Wall Decor and More Cricut Cartridge. 





This butterfly is from the Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art.










Julie used the Birthday Cakes cartridge to make the below card.
For information on how she made this project visit The Cricut Chirp






Kathy U. used Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art &  CTMH - Art Philosophy. For information on how she made this card please visit her blog.


 





Viviana used Birthday Cakes cartridge and Heidi Swapp Fun Love paper, to make this card with coordinating envelope.  To see how she made this project please visit her blog:







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