"Happy Spring" 12x12 Double Scrapbook Layout

Hi, everyone! Today, I have created a 12"x12" double layout featuring two 4"x4" photo mats and one 4"x6" photo mat.


The banner was cut from the Cricut Straight From the Nest cartridge at 1.75" and the letters were cut from the Kate's ABC's at 1". The tree was cut from the Serenade cartridge at 7.5" and the wheelbarrow was cut from the Freshly Picked cartridge at 2.5". 


The gazebo was cut from the Freshly Picked at 7.75" and the photo corners were cut from the Straight from the Nest cartridge at 2.75".


The banner, clouds and title pieces were embossed with the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder...


...and the wheelbarrow was embossed with the Cuttlebug Distressed Stripes embossing folder.







The sun was cut from the Mickey and Friends cartridge at 2.5" and the clouds were cut at 1.5", 1.25" and 1" respectively.



The scalloped squares were cut from the Elegant Edges cartridge at 1.75", the rounded squares were cut from the Cricut Essentials cartridge 1.5" and the letters were cut from the Kate's ABC's cartridge at 1.25"





This project is linked to Jinger Adam's Design Team Call, More Than Favors - Easter/Spring Theme Challenge, and Little Red Wagon's - Up in the Clouds Challenge.

Products used:
Cricut cartridges: Freshly Picked, Serenade, Straight from the Nest, Mickey and Friends, and Kate's ABC's.
Cuttlebug Embossing Folders: Swiss Dots and Distressed Stripes
Fiskars Apron Lace Border Punch
Paper: K&Company Sweet Nectar and Recollections cardstock

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Stuck on U Sketches Design Team Post - "Adorable Bunny" 12x12 Single Layout

This week at Stuck on U Sketches our theme is bunnies! For my project, I created a standard 12"x12" single layout featuring one 4"x4" photo mat and one 4"x6" photo mat.

 

Almost all of my cuts are from the Cricut Kate's ABC's cartridge. The title was cut at 2.5"...

 

 

...the flower was cut at 1.5", the owl was cut at 2.75"...

 

 

...the little girl was cut at 5.5"...

 


...the bunny was cut at 3.5" and the butterflies were cut at 2.5". The grass cuts on the photo mats were cut from the Everyday Paper Dolls cartridge at 1.25". 




Products used:
Cricut cartridges: Kate's ABC's and Everyday Paper Dolls
Fiskars Apron Lace Border Punch
Paper: K&Company - Sweet Nectar and Recollections cardstock 

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Fantabulous Cricut Design Team Post - "Spring Flowers" Card

This week at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog our theme is Spring! With all the beautiful weather we've been having, I've been feeling very inspired.

This is a standard size 5"x7". All the flowers and leaves were cut from the Mother's Day Bouquet cartridge; the largest flower is cut at 2.25" and the smaller flowers are cut 2". 


The butterflies were created using the Martha Stewart Large Monarch Butterfly Punch.


All of the cuts were inked and embellished with pearls.





Products used:
Cricut cartridges: Mother's Day Bouquet
Martha Stewart Large Monach Butterfly Punch
Paper: Colorbok - Rhapsody and Recollections cardstock

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Stuck on U Sketches Design Team Post - "Two Hearts/One Love" Card

This week at Stuck on U Sketches are challenge is to create a project with a cameo or a silhouette. I immediately thought of the honeymoon getaway car featured on the Sweethearts cartridge and decided to design a card around that image.

The card is a standard 5"x7" card. The car and all of the layers were cut at 4.25".



The stamp is from the Fiskars Just Married Quotes Stamp Set...


...and the accent piece was created using the Martha Stewart Doily Lace Punch.







Products used:
Cricut cartridge: Sweethearts
Martha Stewart Doily Lace Punch
Fiskars Just Married Quotes Stamp Set
Paper: The Paper Studio - Just Married and Recollections cardstock

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"Live Your Life" Pirate Card

I created this fun little card for K. Andrew's Simply Sunday Challenge - Argh Matey! All of the cuts and papers are from the Cricut Imagine Buccaneer cartridge. The envelope was cut from the Cricut Wild Card cartridge at 4.9" and the card was created by welding together two images from the Elegant Edges cartridge at 4.5"


Both card layers were cut from the Elegant Edges cartridge at 4.25"...


...the banner was cut at 2" and stamped with a sentiment from K. Andrew's Positive Thoughts Stamp Set.


The pirate was cut at 2.25" and the helm was cut at 2". Both the banner and the pirate are popped up on foam for added dimension. 


The parchment liner was cut at 3.5" and stamped with a second sentiment. The compass was cut at .75".





Products used:
Cricut cartridges: Buccaneer, Elegant Edges and Wild Card
K. Andrew's Positive Thoughts Stamp Set
Paper: Recollections cardstock and Colorbok white textured cardstock

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Fantabulous Cricut Design Team Post - "Good Luck" St. Patty's Day Card

This week at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog, our theme this week is Luck of the Irish! You can create any project using the color green or a shamrock. I created a standard size 5"x5" card. All of the images and patterned papers for this card were cut from the Cricut Imagine More cartridge.

The main image was cut at 4.8" with the layers feature on. I then inked the pieces and popped them up on foam for added dimension. 


The accent layer is wrapped with The Twinery's Honeydew Melon twine. 




I finished off the inside of the card with matching paper and another shamrock...cause you can never have too much good luck. 


Products used:
Cricut cartridges: Imagine More Cards
The Twinery - Honeydew Melon Twine
Paper: Recollections cardstock and Colorbok White Textured cardstock

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Hi, my name is Faith-Abigail and I enjoy all forms of paper crafting. This blog features the cards, scrapbook layouts, mini-albums and 3D projects that I have created. I am very happy and honored to provide inspiration to others and and I do not mind if you scraplift my ideas for personal use only. Please remain respectful of my designs and give credit when applicable. Most of my designs are available for purchase; if you are interested, please email me or leave me a comment with a way to contact you. I can customize or alter any projects to your specifications and I am available on commission. Thanks for stopping by and please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments!

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