Monday, September 24, 2012

Exploring Cricut-Trains, Planes and Automobiles

It's that time again. What time you may ask. Well, time for a new challenge over at Exploring Cricut of course!!! And our theme is to make a project using a Cricut cut of some means of transporation. You have until Saturday, Sept. 29th, 9 PM, EST to link your project. Remember that it has to be a new project please. No backlinks.
For my card I used the Beep Beep Cricut Lite cartridge. It has some really cute cuts on it. I went with Race Car 2. It can be found on the 25th spot on the overlay. I cut it at 1.50 inches. Using my Gypsy Girl I hid the cutout of the number in the circle on the door. I used a red glitter pen and wrote the #1 on it instead.  The bg designer papers are from Ki Memories-Little Guy stack. The sentiment on the left is computer generated and the hi! is from My Pink Stamper Simply Sweet Occasions set. The inside sentiment is from the Encouraging Thoughts stamp set from Mary-Cardz TV Stamps.
Head over to Exploring Cricut and check out the projects my DT Sisters and Brother made for some inspiration. Awesomeness for sure!!! Then head to your crafty space and create something with a transportation Cricut cut on it so we can come by and admire it!! Hope y'all like my card!!!! :)


Georgiana said...

Super cute. My son had a Little Tikes battery powered race car when he was little. Then we got him a bed that was shaped like a car. Boys do love thier toys, huh?

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Stephanie said...

This is really cute. I love the racecar.

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Adorable. Love the car.

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Annette said...

Great take on the challenge Sharon! As usual, you are always so good at incorporating the inside. All the details are perfect:)

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Jovan said...

Super cute card!

Tanya/Nonna said...

What a super fun card! Love that little race car and the great papers you used. My grandson would love this - I need to pull out my "Beep Beep" cart again!

Pam said...

What a cute car-d!

Nana Donna said...

Cute cute, love that race card. Boy you sure are busy, don't know how you get all those great cards done