Monday, September 12, 2011

H2H Challenge – Die-Cut Projects

It’s another fine day over at the Heart 2 Heart Challenge blog! This week’s challenge is to use a die cut(s) as the main focal piece. You can use your Cricut or any other dies…might I suggest Close To My Heart’s new Cricut Art Philosophy Collection!?! It is so amazing with over 700 images and coordinating Dimensional Elements AND My Acrylix Stamp Sets!!!

This week I’m sharing a 12” x 12” scrapbook page I created for a swap I participated in recently. Again, I used the fabulous CTMH Elemental Workshops on the Go Kit! This kit is so versatile.


This is my darling four year old daughter, Bevyn. She was so excited to see that I used a photo of her in her princess bathing suit. =)

For this challenge, I used die-cuts in several places…including the Sorbet scalloped border at the bottom, the Sorbet scalloped photo mat along with the banner at the top. They were all created using the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge…available HERE.

Now…it’s your turn! I’d love to see what you create with this week’s fun challenge! Check out the details below…


The Heart 2 Heart Design Team for July – Dec 2011…

Brenda Rose, Cheryl Even, Debi Barber, Haley Dyer, Jody Gustafson, Mary Vogel (owner), Michelle Auten and Pamela O'Connor (me!).

Our September Guest Designer is…

Jane Haas

Our September Sponsors are…

Heather Hunt and Kelly Jo Ratcliff

Please be sure to create a project using mostly Close To My Heart products and then head on over to the Heart 2 Heart Challenge Blog and post your creation under the appropriate challenge. Your project may be one of ten chosen for the Top Ten at the end of September and you may even win a prize at the end of the month and an opportunity to be a future Guest Design Team member!

I look forward to seeing all your wonderful creations! God bless,


1 comment:

  1. Your princess is absolutely adorable! I love all the scalloped elements on your layout, and the colors work so well with the sepia photo.


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