Blog Candy Assignment Time


I tried combining this with another post but then realized that wasn't a great idea.....Don't worry Carol your entry won't be lost.......


Last year I went through a creative slump and with all the stress from work and cold weather keeping me away from my Cricut I feel like I'm there again. So I need you to help me out.


To enter for a chance to win - Don't worry you don't have to become a follower - just look over the list of cartridges I own and then leave a comment with the following direction/s:



  1. Name of cartridge you want to see me use in my design

  2. Which cut/s on the cartridge to use

  3. Theme (i.e. encouragement, birthday, etc.)

  4. Do you have a particular style of card you want me to try (S-fold, Pedestal, etc)
    Your Cricut MB name, a link to your blog or email address (so that I can message you if you are one of the winners)

  5. Entries must be submitted by commenting on this specific post NO LATER THAN midnight March 14th

I will choose the winner at random on March 15th using random.org and will then contact the winner for their mailing address.

29 comments:

Karstens Family said...

I dont know what Cart it would be on if any but I would love a tea cup/pot shaped card. If not one of those a cupcake if the sweettreats has one...No particular style... I have been playing around with making my daughters invitations for her party in May but so far I have not been able to create one I like. I have the wild Cards cart with a cupcake card....

tkarstens0812@ yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to see what you can create with Graphically speaking-There is so much on this cart I never know where to begin. I would love to see a FAther's Day card any style. I have trouble coming up with masculine cards.
Thanks!
Laura
llongueira@yahoo.com

kwg8r said...

Here's what I'm thinkin, but you have to run with it, b/c I can only copy, not create. ;-) I would use Makin' the Grade or Plantin Schoolbook and make a card with a pop-up apple. I'd prefer that the apple can be removed for subsequent use (maybe a magnet?). Teacher Appreciation Day is just around the corner and I'd like to copy something stunning. Thanks for thinking of us! P.S. You sure have a lot of cartridges!!

Monica
kwg8r@hotmail.com

Lee Ann said...

I am not sure what cartridge to pick since I am really new to cricut and not sure what is on all the different cartridges, but I would like to see a masculine type card for a birthday. I find cards all over the place that are frilly and more for a woman or child, but very rarely see a masculine card. My husband birthday is coming up soon and I would love to make him a card.
Lee Ann http://craftysideofme.blogspot.com/ tazladyok@cox.net

Wendy Raffin said...

I really like the Jubilee cart, but cant think of anything creative to do with it. I would like to see a Welcome to your new home type card, with a gate fold? I was recently sending these to a few of my daughters friends at college, and they all ended up looking exactly the same. thanks for the inspiration, with a bonus chance to win! gwraffin@gmail.com

Penny said...

Our Vacation Bible School this year has a Western Theme called Saddle Ridge Ranch, so I would like a VBS worker appreciation card using the Old West cartridge and the boot cut.
Thanks, Penny Pennyabc123@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would like to see an encouragement card made from Graphically Speaking. I have been in a slump for almost a year and am trying very hard to get back..
The cut and card style I would leave up to you.
Thanks for making this offer and the opportunity to win..
I am sorry i do not have a blog.
Billie
bjwills@tds.net

Anonymous said...

I would like to see a card made with the Stand & Salute cartridge with a military theme thanking the soldiers for the job they do and sacrifices they make. A Marine theme would be great.

Roxana
rhaynes@htc.net

Anonymous said...

I also know what it is like to be in a slump and even though I dont have many cartridges I would like to get the most out of each. Saying that, Graphically Speaking is the biggest challenge for me in using. I would love to see a masculine card that can be easily integrated into diffent "Man" themes. Birthday, Anniversary etc. I am so excited to see what can be done and to actually use this cartridge.

Thanks Shelly - shbaker10@yahoo.com

mom2fivekiddos said...

I would like to see a card made with the animal kingdom cartridge. Maybe the frog...but have the card attached to or part of a thin box (cut from tags, bags, boxes, and more)for a gift card to go in. I have a number of birthdays for boys coming up and this would be great inspiration!!!

rstuck2003 said...

I would like to see Father's Day card or thank you card for our military made from the Stand & Salute cartridge. You can use any cut/cuts and any style of card! Happy creating and thanks for the chance to win some awesome blog candy!

eie said...

hi barbara, here is your card challenge....please make card that will be used as invitation to a bridal shower. your prominant color must be rust (the brides color choice for her Fall wedding)but you can use any other color as well. you neeed to use the Maple leaf icon on A childs year.
my cricut mb is eie
reach me at efghaus@yahoo.com
Good Luck!

Bonita said...

I would like to see cuts that duplicate the Stampin' Up Two Step Bird punch so I don't have to give in and buy it. Thanks for blog candy offer.

Hannah said...

1.Sesame Street
2.Elmo and Zoe
3.Birthday Card
4. your choice
5. osucowgirl93@sbcglobal.net
Thanks!

Gail said...

Old West, please! Daugher is at a "ranch" school and I'd love to make her a card with cowgirl theme. I'm very new to Cricut so every feature would be a "class" for me!

WAM Family said...

I would love to see a 2 page LO using the Gyspy Wanderings. This should be for anything that you find inspiring. I would like it to be girlish, or at least generic for either.

Kathryn Martinez
wamfamily.blogspot.com

Lizabratt said...

Wow, after reading you will be busy!! I would love to just see you make all these cards LOL. For me:

Young boy bday card, but in halloween colors and use indie art or PDDU anything with a skull & cross bones, and the cut would need to be tri shutter or tiered so multiple "skull" "bones" type images could be incorporated on it.

lizabratt@comcast.net
Lizabratt on the MB

dj1952 said...

I would like to see you use SYI, using the paisley on page 79, doing a "just because" card. I'm interested in seeing the S-fold.
My MB name is dj1952 and my blog address is http://www.designsbydj.blogspot.com

Thanks for asking.

Debra

Anonymous said...

Well I am from Canada so I probably can not win but I have sort of won anyway cause I found your blog and I am enjoying looking through your stuff for ideas. You have a lot more cartridges than I have but they cost a lot more up here in Canada so I am doing pretty well. I am going to ask you to use your Child Year cartridge only because I own it and do not know what to do with it. I would like to see an interesting card, perhaps a sliding card or a trophy card because it seems to me that they tend to lend themselves to a more formal card. Now I am going to sign off and explore your blog.
You can reach me at forsythmairi@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

1.Hello Kitty
2.
3.Birthday
4. your choice
5. solveig76@hotmail.de
Thanks!

lacanadian said...

I would love to see a card made for a newborn little guy from his big sister, my grand daughter who is only two already loves the crafting with grandma and I would love a card so I can get the idea on what and how to make it. The Cartridges I would use would be New Arrivals and A Child's Year.

Awesome Idea you have here :)

CathySmith7

cathysmith1965@gmail.com

WAM Family said...

Hi,

I know that I have left another post. But wanted to say that if you ever do get the cart Pagoda, would love to see a 2 page layout using it.

It is a cart I love, but haven't been able to use to if full potential.

Thank you,

Kathryn
www.wamfamily.blogspot.com

Melissa said...

I would love to see you make a pop up card with a character cut from either Mickey and Friends or Tinker Bell. Theme should be birthday.

Thanks for the chance and the inspiration!

MelissaAllore on the Cricut Board
www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

Jenny said...

Wow! Some fabulous ideas posted. I've been trying to figure out how to use the Paper Dolls, but make the arms moveable to be more expressive. Perhaps a Mother's Day card??? I'm also VERY new to Circut, and need all the inspiration I can get!!

Thanks for your wonderful blog.

Jenny

Anonymous said...

Hmm, tough, because you have so many great carts! I'm going to say a side step, because they are FABULOUS :) with... New Arrival (and/or A Childs Year), for a new baby card.

This is one I've been playing with for awhile now and just can't seem to get it right, so I want to see what you come up with.

I completely understand getting in a rut, I've hardly been in the craft room at all and I can tell you my Fiance is seeing my grumpy noncrafting side!

Good luck!

Alyssa
a.muller@mchsi.com

Traci66 said...

1. Indie Art
2. not sure
3. birthday
4.any style
5.ozzykelley1(at)yahoo(dot)com

I am new to the cricut. I have several cart. would love all ideas.

Kathy said...

I think you just need to get out your scraps and use Accent Essentials and just cut out a bunch of different stuff. Set them on a white piece of paper and start looking things will start to happen.

Love you Blog-----Thank you!!!!

Lisa said...

I would like to see you make a card for someone who was in the Navy for 20years from Stand and Salute. Any masculine style would be great! I don't have a blog, but my email is rstreeff@comcast.net. Thanks!

Kay said...

I would like to see a card from any cart that is for guys - I really have a hard time with those.
My MB name is "angelsmom" and thank you for doing this!

goebel75@hotmail.com