Friday, January 14, 2011

Circle monthly Challenge

For this month’s challenge we would like to see you scraplift one of the projects you have seen us present here on the blog. It can be anything! And feel free to add your own creative twist to the project. Project must be newly created for this challenge and should include the following elements to qualify.
Use 2 or more Cricut Cuts on the project.
Use a project you have seen on the Cricut Circle Blog as inspiration for your project.
Use products from at least two of our Sponsor.
My inspiration was from Jana's weekly challenge on November 19 “Vintage elements and a Sketch”- I never got a chance to submit anything that week- although I had started a card- but I came across these photos from 1922 of my Grandmother with her niece and nephew and her own daughter and just knew the sketch would be perfect- I wanted to also incorporate one of the folded flowers- but in this case it is really just half- so more like a fan. Could not resist the title of "Kissin' Cousins"- the two little girls were just months different in age. I used Cosmo Cricket paper, American crafts ribbon and material covered Thickers. I used Picturesque, Heritage and Sentimental cartridges and Cuttlebug folder to add texture to the title. I am really happy with the out come and having a wonderful time working on theses old photos with new paper-lines.
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  1. I love this project. Nice photos as well

  2. Have seen the accordian cirle used many times as a flower etc but using half of it as a fan?? Genius!