Hello everyone I'm so excited you've joined me on my blog today. My blog is the last stop for the Fantabulous Cricut... Cricut Crawl (our version of a Blog Hop) so in honor of the 4th of July holiday, our theme is Red, White and Blue. Each Design Team member has created a fabulous project using Red, White and Blue as the main colors, and of course at least one Cricut cut!
Make sure to check out each DT member's blog! There will be Blog Candy along the way at some of our DT members' blogs, and there will be a Grand Prize up for grabs at FCCB for one participant who submits a "Red White and Blue" project at FCCB! So remember to join in on the challenge at FCCB -HERE.
I had a fun home decor Item that I wanted to create for this crawl... but unfortunately I had a struggle with Cricut Craft Room a bit, and when I finished designing my project my computer and cricut maching just wouldn't cooporate. Hopefully I'll get it to cut this week and when I do I'll share it with you.
So instead I decided to make this cute 4th of July card using the A Child's Year cricut cartridge the image I used is on page 45 of the handbook cut at 3 3/4". I love the glitter paper it was purchased in single sheets from JoAnn's.
The border punch is from EK Success I believe it's called "Slim Edger Circle Chain".My Craft Spot.
The banner is the Lacy Banners Metal Dies that I designed and is available from My Craft Spot.
I used black craft foam to pop these cute kids up off the card, I love the dimension that it gave.
Thanks for taking a peek at my "Red, White and Blue" card and I'm your last stop for the Criuct Crawl.
But wait, before you go...
I have Blog Candy that I would love to give away to one of my blogger friends.
I'm giving one of my favorite collections of Crinkle Ribbon from My Craft Spot
For your chance to win please follow these steps...
1) become a follower of my blog (if you are not already)
2) leave one comment here on my blog.
3) (optional) "like" my facebook page, you can do so at the top of my blog.
Hope you enjoyed the Cricut Crawl, and were inspired along the way.
Here is the Cricut Crawl line up in case you missed it:
Amy T www.craftingwithamy.com