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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Christmas with the Cricut Home Decor' Tuesday

Hello!! I am Barb with Snowmanlover's Paperie. My project for, Home Decor' Tuesday is very simple. In fact these are so easy that these would be something fun you could make with your kids!
I used both the Mini Monograms Cartridge and also Winter Woodlands . I was trying to make Peppermint candies for the letters out of Mini Monograms but they did not turn out that way, so I just made the little Scallops from Mini Monograms instead, with the letters spelling Merry. But guess what? Now PC has a cart coming out with a Peppermint Candy tag!
These three items were made out of some frames I had around the house.

My little Elf!

Mini Monograms Cartridge
Basic Grey Double Sided Figgy Pudding Paper
Stampin'Up Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze Cardstock
Cranberry Cardstock and Peppermint Candies from my old stash
Stampin' Up Dimensionals and retired ribbon


Sleigh Frame

Winter Woodlands Cartridge
Basic Grey Figgy Pudding and Eskimo Kisses doube sided Paper
Stampin' Up Real Red, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip Cardstock
Stampin' Up Stampin' Dimensionals, adhesive and retired ribbon


Snowman Frame

Winter Woodlands Cartridge
Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses Buttons
Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses Double Sided Paper
Core'dination's White Washed and Cranberry Cardstock
White Uni-ball Pen which turned pink on the Core'dinations Paper but I like it!

Remember yesterday's card? This little combo is going to be a gift for someone! Shhh!


I was all finished with my projects but saw this darling Gingerbread Man box and just had to add him to my holiday decorations.
I used Mini Monograms Cartridge for the little guy's buttons. These are made from the "stitched" scallop circles. I love that stitching. It is hard to see on the black but they are little cut out marks. I also used the cartridge for the little "ornaments" he is holding.


Other materials:
Patterned Paper from Hobby Lobby
Stampin' Up Basic Black Cardstock
Dress it Up Christmas Eve buttons
Ranger Silver Stickles
Stampin' Up White Uni-ball Pen and Stampin' Dimensionals to give it some pop.

I just love these little guys. I am going to make a whole bunch of them and line them up on my staircase. Besides being able to use them for Home Decor', they have a lid that comes off and you could use them for packaging too!

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35 comments :

eiyiyi said...

Another great job, Barb. I love all 3 of these projects and I'm really loving the colors you're using this Christmas! hugs, eileen

Christina said...

Barb, these are simply beautiful. I love all of them. I especially love that paper. I'm gonna have to pick up some of that Eskimo Kisses collection. Hugs, C

Shirley said...

Really like the colors of all three projects. I especially like the snowman pictures frame with card...a great combination.

melanie said...

This is a really great project! I love it!

Jean Saporito said...

I like all 3 of the cards you made. Thank you for sharing.

Amy said...

I love these frames, but help! I am craft challenged. How did you make these? Did you use Mod Podge? How do you cut them to fit the frame?

Anonymous said...

wow, great job. I'll have to look for the Basic Grey paper also. Thanks Patty

Nancy said...

I love the idea of doing picture frames! Would make great gifts!

RAP said...

My favorite is the one with the sleigh. I love the combo of the snowman card with a matching frame.

Anonymous said...

Love love these projects you have created.convincedI must purchase this paper pack.

Carol

"SNOWMANLOVER" said...

Amy, if you come back on, please email me and I can give you directions. These are very easy and kid friendly!

Ladybug Diva said...

Cute frames Barb! I love personalized frames for the holidays, so these would be great to even add a 2009 or a name to!

Tammy
Christmas With The Cricut

BlueRose said...

Well I can see you have been really busy girl!

I have been so busy with the DGS's baseball mess that I haven't had any time to do much of anything these days. Whew, that is over so I plan on getting back into the grove of things. I have missed everyone myself♥ I was very refreshing to see you at my blog, thanks for the visit....

TERIBERI said...

Barb..........Your frames are BEAUTIFUL!!!!! The colors are awesome and I just LOVE that paper!!! Hugs, T

Brittany said...

I adore your frames. If I had some lying around the house (I'm too cheap to go buy any right now) I would love to attempt the snowman and sleigh frames! Great ideas!

Leirad said...

Very cute! I would love to get directions too.

carolh said...

Beautiful work! I love all the frames and the Gingerbread Man is darling.:) Carol H

4kids4 said...

Oh, how cute is that combo - the card and the frame??? The recipient is one lucky duck! I really loved the papers you used...could you tell me how you covered the frames? TFS!

~Sharon

Sandy from Ukiah said...

How adorable Barb. I love all of them

ScrappinBee said...

Awesome Barb...love the frames...may have to scraplift this idea...looking forward to tomorrow's project

janst said...

wow, love it all, you have been a busy girl. It is appreciated. TFS

Sherri said...

Great designs! Congrats on your guest designer week!~

Anonymous said...

I love them all!!!

Lori

vinda said...

wow! great job! just in time too!

Ladybug said...

Really cute frames, Barb! Love your "li'l elf"! ;-)

Bug Junkie said...

Barb, your projects are Adorable! Great choice of paper! Love all of them.

Bug Junkie said...

Having trouble posting comment...hope this doesn't post twice. Your projects are Beautiful!!! I Love your choice of paper and ribbon. So Pretty!

alwayscharlie said...

I love these frames! Especially the snowman!

Penniannie said...

I just wanted to hop over and say hi and what a cute blog you have along with some darling projects, and Thanks for stopping by my Blog and leaving a comment....

Penny

Monique Griffith said...

Hey Barb! The frames are fantastic - what a wonderful idea! They really turned out beautifully. You are crazy talented!!

Ruth said...

Nice cards!!! Great ideas!! TFS

luvtocraft said...

Very nice frames. Very nice idea to give pictures at Christmas (or anyrtime) to family and friends.

Anonymous said...

Another great job. Love those snowmen and great idea about lining up the gingerbread men on the stairs. Post a pic when you do please.

Cheryl said...

Hi from Plano, neighbor! I love all of these projects! One question---where did you find the gingerbread man box??

pkctb4@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Love your frames looking to scraplift!!