Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Pilgrim Frame Give Thanks -A Childs Year Cartridge

I'm guest designer at Everyday Cricut all week long.

Thanksgiving is a time of thanks, a time to gather family and friends together and eat all day long... ok some where in there we take a nap.

Today I'm sharing a lovely Thanksgiving card that I designed in Design Studio, I've used three cartridges for this card, A Child's Year for the pilgrim people, George and Basic Shapes for the oval frames and the rectangle layers, then I used Doodletype for the words "Give Thanks"
I do have a cut file available at the end of this post.

For details about this project please visit Everyday Cricut -HERE.
I purchased my gel pen holder from Amy Chomas -HERE.



I'm so glad you stopped by today, thanks for visiting!

If you download this file, please leave me a comment on this post, it really makes my day great! Thank you. :)
Design Studio cut file -HERE

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25 comments:

  1. So creative! I love you and the entire groups work! I haven't been able to do much crafting since I am in school and working 2 jobs, but Thanksgiving break, LOOK OUT!!!

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  2. This is gorgeous! I love how you took the pilgrim people and cut them to fit the oval!!

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  3. Great project Robin ! Love those pilgrim !

    Have a great Tuesday ;-)
    http://mariaelenaworld.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks so much, this is a lovely card. You've inspired me!
    bobbkat1@aol.com
    Kathi Bobb

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  5. Great card. Thanks so much for sharing the cut file.

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  6. Yippee! Finally a card that I can do with a cart that I love. My DGD would love to win the Princess cart. Thanks for sharing your wonderful creativity and especially the cut file!!!!!

    Happy Thanksgiving, Robin!

    kastenc at sbcglobal dot net

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  7. Oh Robin, this is so lovely.

    TFS,
    Erin
    Spantastikreations@yahoo.com

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  8. So happy to "meet" you via the Everyday Cricut. Absolutely love your designs and have become a follower.

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  9. Gorgeous card! Thanks for the file!!

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  10. Robin: Thank you for sharing your Thanksgiving file, love the browns in the silhouette.

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  11. Great card, great layers! I just bought some gel pens over the weekend and now you've inspired me to try them out.

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  12. Robin, I love your style, you have such cute things. This pilgrim card is beautiful! I just downloaded a couple of your cutfiles to try thank you so much for sharing those with all of us, for us beginners it's a great help. You are AWESOME!!!

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  13. Beautiful card. Thanks for sharing. Would love to have the Princess cartridge. My granddaughter thinks she's a princess and would so much enjoy this cartridge

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  14. Fantastic card! Love what you did with the mini gel pen holder!! Aren't they fun??? Thanks! Amy

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  15. Robin I love this card! Its beautiful and you have given me more ideas!!! Happy Thanksgiving to you!!!

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  16. I this very beautiful. Thanks for the file. Karen

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  17. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Fall/Thanksgiving post on Nov. 10, 2010. Thanks again.

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  18. Absolutely beautiful!!! I love how you layered the pilgrims, so creative!!!

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  19. Beautiful card. This is the first I've seen using a gel pen. Guess that's something I'll have to try because this is my taste in cards.
    Thanks,

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  20. You have given us so many wonderful Ideas, I can't wait to see family and friends expressions when they receive some of them I have made. Thank you so much keep them coming.

    Suzanne

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  21. Love those embossed trees and the cool vinyl idea. And many thanks for showing how to do vinyl transfer! the instructions are perfect and seem very easy to follow.

    kate

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  22. Wow what a great project! Thank you for sharing with us and for the chance to win a great cartridge!
    surfnfroggie

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  23. This is too adorable! Thanks for sharing and for providing the cut file! I will be scraplifting this one. Great detail and explanation. Really good job! Thanks!!

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