Friday, 20 July 2012

Scrappy-Go-Lucky Strut Your Cuts

It has been a while since Scrappy-Go-Lucky has had a Strut Your Cuts Challenge. Entries dwindled as life got in the way for a lot of people so the challenges were stopped. But I am happy to say there is another  one up and running for July and the entries close very soon...ahhhh....I have left it till the last minute to get something done.
The challenge this time was to create a Christmas Card using a Cricut Cartridge not normally associated with Christmas. We could enter a maximum of 2 cards. So here are my entries below:-


Card 1



Ok for Card 1 I used the following:-
Red, white, green and purple card stock
Jillibean Soup paper - Christmas Eve Chowder Collection - Frozen Lobster Tail
Mpress Nesting Dies - Petal Frame
Zig Writer - Spring Green
Circut Cart - Nursery Rhymes (for  the little boy)
Cricut Cart - Celebrations (for  the presents)
Green dot ribbon

Card 2




And for Card 2 I used the following:-
Red, Green and White Card stock
Jillibean Soup paper - Christmas Eve Chowder collection - Frozen Lobster Tale
Cricut Cartridge - Walk in My Garden ( I thought I was quite clever using Leaf 2 for the Christmas Tree...lol)
Bakers Twine
Zig Writer Pen - Spring Green
Brad


Hope you enjoyed looking. Have a great day.
Cheers
Narelle


5 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous Narelle, you have used your imagination especially on the second card, well done using the Leaf as the tree.

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  2. This is fabulous.....the effect is perfect and makes a great tree! Great work Narelle!

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  3. Hi Narelle. Beautiful cards - I love your colour choices. The little boy sneaking a peek is sweet, and I love the way you used leaves to create your tree. Thanks for joining in with Strut Your Cuts, and Good luck.

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  4. Fabulous cards Narelle. Love the silhouette image - Nursery Rhymes is a great cart! And I think you are very clever using the leaves to create your tree. You have a great imagination.
    Thanks for joining Strut Your Cuts:)

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  5. Love the inventive way you made the tree. Great use of papers and thinking out side the box to create two very stunning cards

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