Monday, October 15, 2012

Market Fresh Mondaze (2012-163)

Good Morning!  Today I have a cricut showcase for Cooking With Cricut!  Here is my post.


Hi! my name is Candice and today I am showcasing the new Suburbia Cricut Cartridge.  I got this cartridge about a month ago and I just love it!  It reminds of the Mad Men series.  I love the retro feel of the cartridge.

For my first project, I created a shaped card.  I took 2 images of the casserole dish and welded  them together to create a card.  Also, I used the Cricut Craft Room to weld and cut of the card.  The card is cut out at 5 inches.  I added some bling from Queen & Co.  on the front of the dish.  When I originally was putting this card together, I meant to use the sentiment What's Cooking from Cardz TV Stamps, but I picked up the wrong sentiment.  However, it works because it can be an "I'm sorry" card.  





For my next project, I created a scrapbook layout.  The one thing I always say is that I am not domestic.  So, I created this layout of my daughter's room where I had a pile of laundry that I needed to put away.  On the cartridge I used the <Helen> image and icon and the phrase "domestic" on my layout.  The images were cut out at 5 inches, while the phrase was cut out at 1.5 inches.  I kept the layout simple and I used a sketch that I had from an e-book called 500 Scrapbook Sketches.











For my last project, I created a card.  I love how this card turned out.  First, I cut the sofa from the French Manor cartridge at 2.5 inches.  Then, from Suburbia, I cut out <Nancy> and <James> both at 2.5 inches.  The sentiment is from Pink By Design .

2 comments:

  1. Cute projects! Takes me back to 'those days'! ;-}
    Lynden
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  2. Candice,
    Thank you so much for sharing your showcase. The projects you made are wonderful. And now I feel the need to have the Suburbia cartridge.
    Charlotte

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