Thursday, March 29, 2012

Creative Sharing Challenge!

I can't believe my luck with the circle challenges! another one that correlated with a requested project! The Lions Club asked me to make a sign for the Pancake Supper to show our support for our sponsors. The Monthly challenge on the Cricut Circle Blog:

MARCH MONTHLY CHALLENGE: Creative Sharing Challenge!

March is National Craft Month. Whenever I think about my hobbies, I am so grateful for the opportunity to express myself creatively. It’s a great way to decompress from daily life and feel productive while I create art that means something to me, my family, or the people around me. This month, we want you to display your passion for your craft by creating a piece of wall art to display in your home, office, or wherever! The topic can be whatever you wish . . . just use your craftiness to make something you can display and share with others.
The WINNER of this challenge will receive a $150 Credit to!

This poster was already lightly printed with a grid! I didn't know they had them! That was a huge timesaver! I wanted to add some silverware in between the sponsors but my Imagine started having a "spell" again and cutting was way off! I tried calibrating but after 6 times and at midnight! I gave up! It was going to have to be good enough! they loved it anyway. I used Kate's Kitchen for the pancakes! and all other pictures! That cart is awesome! But of course its still not working in CCR so had to cut and print some practice ones and I just used those for the scrapbook page! The letters were cut with Lyrical Letters. It was  a lot of fun making this! And went pretty fast considering all the CCR and calibraion issues!
Thanks for stopping by and good luck to my Circle friends! Prize is $150 on!
Have a great weekend! Hope to be back with a Silhouette project! I'm reading and watching tons of youtube videos! And thank goodness for the Silhouette message board! They saved my hiney already! Just opened it yesterday!! LOL!
Oops! Forgot the milk carton is on the new Greeting Cards Inside and Out for the Imagine!

1 comment:

Carolyn/MamaC said...

What a great poster! Great work!

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