Wednesday, December 7, 2011

25 Days of Christmas Day FIVE December 5, 2011 COOKIES


25 Days in December, 25 Projects a day
December 5, 2011---COOKIES!


Sheila made a FOOD ITEM using Tags, bags & boxes & Winter Frolic Cricut cartridges.
Please visit her blog to see how she made this http://2pawprints.blogspot.com/ 





Christina used George & Basic shapes, Life’s a Beach, From My Kitchen, & Forever Young Cricut cartridges to make this scrapbook page. Please visit her blog http://cema1cema.blogspot.com/




Amber made this card to share today,
please visit her blog to see how she made this  http://pixiperfectcreations.blogspot.com/



Angie P used Jolly Holidays to make this.
Please visit her blog to see how she made it  http://scrappindiva-angie.blogspot.com/


Tracey used Lacey Labels and From my Kitchen cartridges and Peachy Keen stamps to make this card. Please visit her blog http://www.trailoftreasures.com/



Tonya used From My Kitchen Cricut cartridge to make this gift.




Jessica made this Cookie Jar with the Country Life cartridge to make this project.
Please visit her blog at http://www.inspiremepink.com/



Here is Sabrina Marie's project....She made a Scrapbook layout and the Theme was Cookies.



Janet Royer made this to share today.
Please visit her blog to see how she made it! http://janetscreativeworld.blogspot.com/



Heather M used Winter Frolic to make this cookie shape card.



Laura used the Imagine cartridge "Enjoy the Seasons"
Please visit her blog for more information.... http://www.laurascraftsandmore.com/







Card Creating Tuesday

Yvette used the Winter Lace and Hello Kitty Greetings cartridges to create this Spring Card.




Lisa Newton-Orensky used the Give a Hoot Cartridge as well as the Cuttlebug for her card this week.



25 Days in December, 25 Projects a day
DECEMBER 6TH- SPORTS






SCRAPBOOK LAYOUT- Laurie used Potpourri Basket and A Child's Year to make this layout.
Please visit her blog http://lauriecandoit.blogspot.com/



 Heather S made a home decor project using the Soccer Cartridge and Sophisticated to make vinyl art for a little girl's room! To check out the whole project, go to Heather's blog at http://www.operationcricutdesign.blogspot.com/





MADE WITH PEACHY KEEN STAMPS- Sheila http://2pawprints.blogspot.com/  


ORNAMENT- Crafty Queen used Blackletter, Plantin Schoolbook Cricut cartridges.




Tonya used Winter Woodland Cricut cartridge to make this ornament. Please visit her blog ittybittyladybugs.blogspot.com




This project was not posted on the right day, my error.
I am sorry, but I don't want you to miss such a great project!
Cartridges that she used were Jolly Holiday's and Winter Wonderland



14 comments:

carol said...

Hi Erica, hope today is a better day for you. Cookies sound yummy

Doris P. said...

simply inviting and awesome projects!! :) doris
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Laurie said...

I have been trying to comment on everyone's but it just takes so long and I have so much stuff to get done. I think everyone has done an awesome job on all of their projects! I've already gotten some new ideas, Thanks Ladies for the great work!

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...
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AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Wow Look at all the great cretions that were made by you gals! I jsut love them. TFS!

McVic said...

super cute projects! Love the balls in the custom colors!!
kacee

Newbie2crafting said...

Super cute projects. I love that Holiday Light!

mamawcindy said...

You Girls are so Creative! Great Job! :0)

Creative Mine by Maria said...

cute projects...everyone is so creaitve!!! TFS

EnjoliCollums said...

Great work ladies just what I needed to start my day I think I will warm me some cocoa and start crafting away.

gshrader said...

love these projects! The cookie projects are making me hungry!!!

Creative Mine by Maria said...

Very clever projects TFS

Denise said...

I have to say my favorite today are the Michigan University Bulbs! Fantastic! Denise queenbee.speigle@gmail.com

jennifer krause said...

<3 the projects
jenniferkrause@centurytel.net