Thursday, March 17, 2011

Weekly Challenge #24: St. Paddy’s Challenge Submission!

The Challenge: Use rainbow colors OR a monochromatic green color scheme on your project. We also want to see you add a touch of gold somewhere on your project.

Rules and Guidelines: Circle Blog Challenges are open to Cricut Circle Members only. You can create any type of project you would like (layout, card, tag, altered project, mini album, etc.) but your project must be newly created for this challenge and include atleast 2 Cricut Image Cuts. You must submit a project to be entered into the Challenge Prize Drawing. 

This is my submission for the circle blog this week! I'll have to come back and put the recipe in! I'm down to the last 15 minutes! I thought I had a couple more hours. I don't know what time they're on I guess!
updated: I checked their closing time, its 9:00 MST! I thought it was 12! Yikes that was close. and I'm so lucky to have gotten an OTT light for my birthday and didn't have to adjust the color or anything on the picture! I love that light! I used to have to take my stuff out in sunlight to get the right colors. I didn't take pics of the inside either! I had already gave my camera to my husband to take to "Good Guys" tomorrow and he already loaded it in his truck. So! I'll tell you the recipe! I used Hello Kitty for the card, clouds and rainbow at 5" on the gypsy. Of course I cuttlebugged the clouds! The leprechaun, post of gold and "lucky" is from Simply Charmed! These are 2 of my favorite carts! (who am I kiddin! I love them all!) I used the Imagine for the small leprechaun because my E just never did cut those tiny pieces that well. This Imagine will cut almost anything. There has been a couple things, like the evil Tinkerbell eyes, that I have trouble with. But those pieces to all of the Disney carts are way too small unless you are cutting huge pieces. The glitter paper is from Walmart's stack! Their glitter paper cuts better than anyones!


Helen said...

This is so cute!!! Love the colors!!!

JustYolie said...

Wonderful St. Patrick's day project!

Blog candy alert!