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Cricut Me That’s First Friday Challenge

Cricut Me That’s First Friday Challenge

Happy Friday!  Abbie at Cricut Me That asked me to work on an example for her First Friday Challenge.  I was so excited she thought of me, and I had so much fun with this project.  So, thank you Abbie! :)

For the rest of you, be sure to check out her challenge and give it a try! I am sure you can all come up with some amazing things!

I decided to make a basket and card set, to give as a gift.  The basket is made from a 12×12 sheet of cardstock, and then I added a handle and decorated the outsides.  The cards are 4×4.

basket
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Recipe:
Paisley Cartridge
Martha Stewart Arched Border Punch
Mesh Cuttlebug Folder

 

5 Comments

  1. Sarah!! Thank you so very much for being a part of my VERY first CHALLENGE. Your cards are wonderful and the basket is adorable! The video was extremely informative for making the basket, I am impressed – I will have to try that….I’m thinking teacher’s gifts:)

    • Thank you and thanks for thinking of me Abbie! I had so much fun! I can’t wait to see what you have in store for the next First Friday Challenge! :)

  2. I can certify that your headline “cricut me that?s first friday challenge pink cricut…” is just good, other webmaster should get the education from you..

  3. I would like to sign up for your Newsletter but none of your sites are working.
    Kelley

  4. Is there a site or lising of different styles for Cricut and SCAL projects as there are in stamping and mixed media? I would love to see links to different styles of projects and themes, this is very cute but it’s not me, I’m looking for different looks or styles and don’t seem to have much luck finding them, collage, mixed media, grunge, altered books and rubber art stamping I’ve had better luck in finding looks or projects with a less cute theme,
    I love these but it’s nothing that would serve any purpose for me with my kids grown and for the type of projects that I need to make, does anyone know of a list of links or something similar?
    Thanks
    S&T

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