Friends! I am so excited to announce that I was nominated to the Top 10 for this month’s round of Cricut Design Space Star!
And now I need to ask for your help! Please help me get to the finals by voting for my project here: VOTE HERE
You can see all the details about how I made this project: Woodland Fall Paper Wreath
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While you are checking out all this Cricut awesomeness, you also need to check out the newest feature of the Cricut Explore machine - print then cut. You can use one of Cricut’s predesigned templates to print out a project. Then, you simply load it onto your cutting mat and the Cricut Explore cuts it out perfectly.
I recently used this new feature to create a fun game for my son’s Minecraft party. I will be sure to share it with you soon. It saved me SO much time! It really is incredibly easy to use! If you can print it, you can cut it with the Cricut Explore machine.
Enter to win the Cricut Halloween Giveaway, where you could win a Cricut gift card for $50, $75 or even $100! Winning designs will be posted on the Cricut Facebook page!
Here are some designs that I found on the Cricut site to get your creative juices flowing. If you need to stock up on your Cricut supplies in order to give your designs that extra bit of spook, great news—Cricut offers Free shipping on orders $31+ with code HALLOWEEN31. (Valid until October 31, 2014)
Good luck, and may the best ghost or goblin win! Submit your Entry to Cricut’s Halloween Contest here
You can vote for my Cricut Design Space Star project once per day, now through Friday! Thank you for all of your support!!!
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My dear friend, Laura Kelly, has organized a Halloween Blog Hop Party! I am thrilled to be participating this year. The challenge was to take a plain popcorn box and decorate it however you want! Of course, mine had to include washi tape, my favorite crafting supply! Supplies needed: (contains affiliate links) Plain popcorn box Patterned paper and card stock Scissors Collage pauge (or glue) Cricut Explore Washi tape X-acto knife Aleene’s tacky glue Adhesive . . . Continue reading
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Disclosure: This post is not sponsored but there are cash prizes available to the winners of this challenge. This post contains affiliate links. I made it to the Top 10!!! Please VOTE HERE. I am so excited to be participating in another round of Cricut Design Space Star. This month’s category is Holiday Home Decor/Gift Ideas and our team theme is Natural Holiday. Pin this project I was searching through the image library in Cricut Design Space . . . Continue reading
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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #JuniorCelebrates#CollectiveBias Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. It is so fun to dress up in Halloween costumes, carve pumpkins, roast pumpkin seeds and go trick or treating with the kids. I get to experience the fun all over again now that I am a mom. Both of my kids enjoy dressing up. On any given day if you . . . Continue reading
For my son’s Halloween birthday party last year, we went all out to spookify our house. I saw a great idea online to create a ghost on a mirror or glass using contact paper. (Sorry, for the life of me I cannot find where I originally saw it!) I created this ghost to go in the kid’s bathroom that we use for guests. Supplies needed: (contains affiliate links) Contact paper Scissors First decide approximately how . . . Continue reading
There has been a lot going on behind the scenes. I can’t wait to share everything with you in the coming weeks. I miss the dramatic change in the seasons I used to see in the midwest, but fall is definitely in the air – even here in northern Arizona. Now, let’s get to the latest Creative Exchange link party. I can’t wait to see what you have to link up! You are going to . . . Continue reading