Sunday, August 26, 2012

Spotlight Sunday

Good Morning Everyone,


I hope everyone is having a great day. School has or is starting this week for most of us. I love this time of the year. Don't get me wrong I love summer but it is nice to get back to work for me.


First up today is Sheila and her blog is She Loveshoes. She just does some amazing work. I really love her style. Check out her blog and give her some bloggy love. I know you will not be disappointed. Now for her craft space:


How here are her answers to the questions we asked her:

What are your top 5 go to Cricut Cartridges?
I always go to Gypsy Wanderings and Potpourri Basket first. I find these two cartridges have so much to offer. Elegant Edges is great for making shape cards while Just Because Cards has everything you may need to make a card, Forever Young is my most favorite and I use it when ever I can.

 What are your favorite adhesives?
I absolutely LOVE my ATG adhesive gun.
 How do you organize your cartridges?
I have all my cartridges loaded onto my gypsy and I also have an electronic version of the handbooks on my iPad so I can take them with me anywhere I go.
 What is one of your favorite creative feature key?
the feature key I use the most and my favorite is the shadow feature.

I have been keeping track of all the Design Team's top 5 cricut cartridges. I compiled a list to make them the Design Team's top 5 and here they are #1 is Create a Critter and then Elegant Edges, Art Philosophy, Simply Charmed and George and Basic Shapes. The next ones were the Paper Doll Dress Up and Everyday Paper Dolls. With so many cartridges out there you never know which ones to buy. Well these top ones would probably be great ones to have, especially if you are just starting out and can't afford many. I hope you have enjoyed getting to know the design team. Don't forget to join us tomorrow for a very special Challenge Me Monday with a Cricut Crawl. Thanks for stopping by today.

Happy Crafting,




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2 comments:

  1. Took a tour of Sheila's blog, she does beautiful work. One question, how did she get electronic files for the cartridge handbooks. That sounds like a great idea.

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