Thursday, December 22, 2011

December monthly Cricut Circle Challenge

Wow more than two months since I posted- had a nice time at the SC Circle meet up in Greenville- I was disappointed in the Provo Craft representation, although nice I had expected more (demonstration or a look at up coming circle cartridges) – but had a great time meeting all the ladies and exchanging tags and cards.

But enough of that- I wanted to get my package entry in for the monthly circle contact.
DECEMBER MONTHLY CHALLENGE: Holiday Gift Wrapping Challenge!
The Challenge: Use your Cricut machines, Cuttlebug, Yudu, etc. to create beautiful gift-wrapping. We want to see the unique and personalized details you add to your gift packaging, wrapping, gift tags, cards and more!
I am giving multiple gift cards to my daughter and her fiancĂ©- nothing extravagant but enough for the two of them to have four different simple meals this winter without spending a lot of money or making a lot of fuss. I wanted to do something along the lines of recipe cards- so broke the cards down to coffee, salad, soup, poultry and fish- to correspond to the gift cards. I used an old jewelry gift box and covered it in BoBunny paper and made the fold out section with kraft paper- I used the From My Kitchen Cartridge and for the top made a medallion with layered snowflakes for the Winter Lace Cartridge. I was pretty happy with it and will be using this idea in the future- probably similar for my son’s high school graduation gift.

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  1. Wow! What a wonderful project! This is one of the most unique projects I have seen! Super job!

  2. Great job on the reipe cards. I like the idea.

    Congrats on making Project of the Day on the Circle Blog

  3. I like this idea.. Very nice.

  4. Super idea! Great details.
    How very thoughtful of you.
    Thank you for sharing with us.