Monday, November 14, 2011

Run for the border!! Circle challenge!

Hello! I'm back again with a Cricut Circle blog Challenge submission! I've been working on the Azle Lions Club Angel Tree and am putting together this Christmas album for our "helpers"! We get lots of little Santa helpers! High School kids mostly! But in the day time we get volunteers from our local churches. This page happens to be mostly from church. They come in the afternoons and evenings and we want to show them how much they are appreciated!

Weekly Challenge #45: Run for the Border Challenge!

The Challenge: Borders can be simple & sweet, elegantly detailed, masculine, or playful . . . and they can be that perfect final touch to add to your project. We want you to make a run for the border . . . your Cricut Borders, that is. Create a projects of your choice and include a Cricut Border cut somewhere on your project. Be sure to include atleast 2 Total Cricut Image Cuts on your project.
Rules and Guidelines: Circle Blog Challenges are open to Cricut Circle Members only. Your project must be newly created for this challenge and include atleast 2 Cricut Image Cuts.

The cute little elf is from Jolly Holidays, the border is from Winter Frolic. Santa's Workshop is also from Winter Frolic. I love that cart! Its my favorite Legacy Cart! I can't believe I didn't use something on the new Santa's village! but this winter frolic always comes to mind first!
Thanks for stopping by and hope you have a great week! I've got to get to those advent trees!


girlia said...

Looks like a challenge I may have to join. Love the santa hats as your border.

sandee said...

Great page to showcase the "helpers". after all it's nice to know we are appreciated!

Missy said...

This is SO cute, I like how you put the pictures inside the ornaments!!

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