Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Wednesday Winners #15

We had 26 Fantabulous Summer Time At the Beach entries, I hope you had a chance to see all the projects. Thank you to all those that participated and support FCCB.

remember to click on the winners names to get more details about their projects.

This weeks winner will receive a $20 Gift Certificate from Stamp out Online

and the winner is....
Amanda

Congratulations Amanda, please contact Robin at... fantabulouscricut @ yahoo.com (remove spaces)

Remember to grab your FCCB "Winner" blinky and add it to your blog, you can find the code on our right-hand sidebar.

You have two weeks to claim your prize, if anyone knows one of the winners below please send them a message and let them know they won at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog


Design Team Top 3

Carri

Melinda

Roberta

Congratulations Ladies, remember to grab your FCCB "Top 3" blinky and add it to your blog, you can find the code on our right-hand sidebar.

Thank you again to all those who participated in our "At the Beach" challenge, you are amazing!

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Monday, June 28, 2010

Challenge Me Monday #16

Getting ready for the month of July and starting it with an Independence day project.

Challenge #16

Independence Day- July 4th theme w/ Star shape
Create a 4th of July project using a star shape somewhere on your handmade item.


Design Team Projects

Angi
Sweet Treats


Brenda
George and Basic Shapes


Candace
Stand and Salute


Joyce
George and Basic Shapes


Lori
A Child's Year


Penny
Create A Critter, Paper Dolls


Robin
A Child's Year


Sharon
A Child's Year, Sweet Treats
Circles Embossing Folder


Tammy
Plantain Schoolbook, Celebrations


Valerie
Plantin Schoolbook
Textile Embossing Folder

This weeks sponsor

http://www.memorymiser.com/

Independence Day Cricut Cartridge for our Challenge #16 winner
Join us for this weeks challenge.








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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Scrappin' Saturday: Beach Theme Mini Album

Hi and welcome to another Scrappin' Saturday here at FCCB!

This week's challenge theme is "Summer Time At The Beach", and I'd like to show you a super-cute mini album I found while cruising through some YouTube videos. This one is by iscraphappy and features the Cricut Wild Card and Life's A Beach cartridges:

This is a VERY interactive mini, with lots of hidden pockets, tags and pages that open to reveal more scrapping space. I just love how she incorporates all of the details to make this a truly special album to record her vacation memories!
Have you created a beach or vacation mini album using your Cricut? If so, we'd love to see it! Be sure to link up your project in the "comments" section below.
Hope you enjoyed today's video and it gave you some ideas on how to create your own beach-themed mini! Head over and leave "iscraphappy" a comment letting her know how awesome her little album is and that you found her over here at FCCB!
Happy Scrappin'!

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Friday, June 25, 2010

Fantabulous Friday #15

Happy summer!! I was looking through some of my past crafts, and wanted to share some beach bucket fun.

I used this first beach bucket as a centerpiece for a summer party. All shapes came from Life is a Beach cartridge.

This bucket was a gift set for a friend. Since you can find these buckets inexpensively at craft stores, it is a great way to pull together a summer theme with any color scheme!
Enjoy your weekend :)
Valerie

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Thursday's Tutorial #15

Happy Thursday everyone and welcome to another day filled with an AWESOME tutorial!



If you have a teenager at home then you know that the new
"Twilight" movie - "Eclipse" is set to hit movie theaters next week.
My teen keeps reminding me! (smile)

I found a "Twilight" fan who also loves her Cricut.
Meet Veronica and her wonderful blog called
Veronica's Cricut Creations.

She has made the cutest "Twilight" themed projects.
These projects can easily be cut with Design Studio or Sure Cuts A Lot.
Veronica is such a big fan that she has a "Twilight" room in her home. Her blog has the vinyl creations that she made for her wall to fit the theme. She also made a "Twilight" mom vinyl car decal.


Be sure to comment here if you love these "Twilight" craft ideas.
Also be sure to visit Veronica's blog to see more of her wonderful creations.

To see instructions for the Twilight Glass Box click here.
To see instructions for a Twilight themed room click here
To see instructions for the Twilight Mom sticker click here


You can find the svg file for the Twilight Cullen Crest here:
http://mardenz.blogspot.com/2009/02/twilightcullen-crest-svg.html

I hope you enjoyed today's Thursday's Tutorial.
If you have an idea that you would like to share for
future Thursday's Tutorial features please email me at:
cokiepop@yahoo.com

Have a Creative Day!
Angi

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