Saturday, October 8, 2011

Cricuteer Card Swap

For our second year project, our Cricut club (we call ourselves "Cricuteers"...yeah, like "Mouseketeers"...) chose to do a card swap. There's twenty of us who meet monthly to share projects and crafty ideas...very inspiring, and so much fun to see how much everyone has grown! For our card swap, we each had to make twenty of the same card to swap at our September meeting. The only rule was that there had to be at least one element cut using our Cricuts on our cards.
That meant that each of us got to take home twenty different and very special card creations that day. Just for fun, I came up with these fun little "Cricuteer" bags so everyone would have a way to take home their stash of cards. Cricut icon is from the Car Decals cartridge, and "Cricuteers" was created using MTC and Ariel font. I posted the card I made for the swap last week, so as promised, I'll be sharing all the other wonderful cards inside my bag. Since that amounts to a lot of photos, I'll be posting them in 3 separate posts this week. Here's the first set...
Panda and pagoda pleated card by Michele C.; Winnie the Pooh sliding pop-up card by Robyn S.
Don Juan "Just Because" Tri-shutter card by Iris
From My Kitchen pop-up cupcake card by Jean
Storefront and George Origami fold card by Brian
Okay, I don't want to cause a creative overload, so I'll stop here for today and save the second set of cards for tomorrow.

3 comments:

Creations by Shirl said...

Love all those different cards great images Eunice..... Hope your weekend is going well...

sweet said...

Love love love the bag Eunice... and so much fun and cute cards!

Kelly said...

I'll bet you had a blast and how creative for you to come up with the Cricuteer bag to for everyone to take their stash home. You are absolutely amazing!