Each week join us for “Challenge Friday” where we will announce a new creative challenge. We want you to feel inspired to use your supplies in new ways. Have fun with it! Check back often to see the beautiful entries from your Circle Friends . . . you are sure to leave with a desire to get cutting!
Weekly Challenge #23: Guy Stuff Challenge!The Challenge: Incorporate atleast three of the following types of materials on your project. (Hardware items, stars, raw cardboard or chipboard, twine, string, paint, buttons, staples, or distressed edges)
Rules and Guidelines: Circle Blog Challenges are open to Cricut Circle Members only. You can create any type of project you would like (layout, card, tag, altered project, mini album, etc.) but your project must be newly created for this challenge and include atleast 2 Cricut Image Cuts (all layers of an image count as part of the cut). You must submit a project to be entered into the Challenge Prize Drawing.
How to Enter: Submit your entry using the InLinkz tool found at the bottom of this post. Please post your full name along with your entry. Entries are due by 9:00 pm MST on Thursday, March 10th, 2011. **Please note the time change this week.**
Prize: This week the winner may choose to have $25 added to their Cricut.com account OR choose one of the following cartridges: All Sports, Life’s A Party, Pack Your Bags or a Set of 3 Embossing Plus Folders (Postage Alphabet, Vintage Collage, and Embossed Tags). Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery from winner announcement.
I was able to use the hardware (washers), button and raw cardboard for this one.
The card is a 6x6 card,
printed paper is from the Weathered and Worn DCWV stack
I used some AC white paper, unknown tan paper
yellow and black cricut vinyl and chrome shelf liner
the patterned paper on the front is distressed with a good ol kitchen knife.
The ladder is cut at 3 inches with shadow and layers from HANDYMAN
My diva chick is from FOREVER YOUNG, I don't remember the size I cut her (oops) I also took the boots from this cart and just kept shrinking them until they looked like they fit her legs and cut twice out of black vinyl to match her dress (one set was flipped to line up with her legs)
The inside text was welded and outlined using markers and the SONGBIRD cart, the label also came from SONGBIRD, I then colored in the text with a brush tip marker. I know I could have printed the sentiment with my printer but I really really love the SB font and it welds so well.