St. Patrick's Day Pooh Style & Blog Candy

Good evening everyone. Today's theme for Cricut Cardz Challenge was to create a St. Patrick's day card using any cartridge we wanted. Then earlier this week I found a new technique on Splitcoaststampers that I wanted to try called the Folded Paper Frame. So I thought and thought about how I could combine the two together and as I was looking through my carts - Eureka! it hit me.

So here's my card - only you can't tell from the picture that it really has dimension to it. I pop dotted the frame all around as well as Pooh so that it looks like he's really propped up in a window frame.

Where's the blog candy you ask?

Here's the deal. 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)

  5. 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)

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 and will then contacted the winner for their mailing address.

In the meantime, here's a pic of what you could win......


scraphappysteph said...

Cute St Pattys day card!

Carol<>< said...

good morning! so are you ready??
Stretch your imagination page 35 the bike in the stretched and I am thinking in the special fold of your choice, and you can use anything in the summer section to go with it.
don't stress over it and since I am giving you an assignment I think I better give it a try also...
Have fun with this..
I have always found your blog to be inspiring and a joy to visit.
Love the pooh framed, I found this a while ago also and have made 2 already, they are easy and fun to make.

my blog above if you want to take a peek at them...
enjoy the challenges that are sent your way,

Carol<>< said...

okay, this was not an easy cut, too thin, too tall, and my paper or maybe the mat, just did not want to keep the paper in place, above link you will see what I came up with!

shelly said...

hi barb what a cute card ! pooh looks dapper in that hat :) great job on the new technique.. i was checking that out the other day ;)

Jenrex4 said...

A friend sent me this link and I just love this card. Going to try to lift today. I just love Disney especially Pooh and Friends.