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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Cooking With Cricut # 62

HOWDY ALL!

I played along with Cooking With Cricut for their Candles, Wreaths and Pine-cone and Challenge.

Here is my card:


I used Joys of the Season Cartridge. I cut 30 of the Holly out at 1 3/4", then cut each of the leaves off the stem. I then inked them all with Forest Moss Distress. LONG PROCESS!! LOL! I then started gluing them onto a circle frame to make my Wreath. I kept layering them until I got the look I wanted. I then used my Plantin Schoolbook Cartridge to cut 24 circles at 1/4". I added my Merry Christmas from Inkadinkadoo stamps and then put it on Echo Park Merry Christmas paper that I had used my CM Cutting System to get the Scalloped edge to the top of my card. As some of you may know I sometimes "SEE" things my own way! LOL! When I seen the challenge I just COULD NOT do a normal cut and use it, had to do it MY WAY!! hehe!!

Thanks BUNCHES for stopping by and taking a look!

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9 comments:

  1. Wow, Kim!! Your wreath is awesome and certainly looks like it took a long time. Wonderful job with the challenge!

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  2. Wow! definitely labor intensive but what a gorgeous result. Thanks for sharing at CWC.
    Hugs,
    Larelyn

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  3. Absolutely worth all the time and work you put into it....this card is STUNNING Kim!

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  4. Awesome job Kim. So worth the time it took. Beautiful.

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  5. Well, your way works!!! I love your wreath:) Awesome job. You must be so happy with how this turned out. TFS and thanks for playing with us at Cooking With Cricut!
    ~Madison CWC DT Chef funkycards.blogspot.com

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  6. Very pretty card. Thanks for joining us this week at Cooking with Cricut :)

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  7. LOVE the wreath!It's gorgeous! Nice job!
    Jill♥ CWC DT

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  8. WOW, Kim! This card is gorgeous and worth every minute! Thanks so much for linking up at Cooking With Cricit this week.

    ~ Jen, CWC Design Team

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