Monday, September 9, 2013

Challenge #177 Vinyl EDU Cricut Crawl

Welcome to Kim's Kreations and the FCCB Vinyl EDU Cricut Crawl - Fantabulous Cricut's version of a Blog Hop!!
This week we are challenging you to create a project using vinyl you have cut using your Cricut. We have a fabulous sponsor, Cricket Vinyl Supplies. If we get 100 participants in this challenge, Cricket Vinyl Supplies will give away a Cricut Expression package that includes a Cricut Expression machine, deep cut blade, Jasmine Cricut cartridge, ten 12” x 12” assorted sheets of matte vinyl and one 12” x 12” gridded transfer tape. How exciting is that??
If you've come from Catarina's at , http://blog.docerelashop.com/ you're in the right place!  If you've just happened across my blog and would like to see all the fabulous Design Team creations head on over to Fantabulous Cricut HERE  to start at the beginning.
Make sure to check out each DT member's blog!  There will be Blog Candy along the way at ALL our DT members' blogs, and there will be a Grand Prize up for grabs at FCCB for one participant who submits a project using vinyl at FCCB!
For my project I made a home decor project. I used a picture frame that holds 9 photos.  My theme is Halloween, one of my favorite crafting holidays. Here is the entire project

I placed patterned paper inside each frame and then cut related vinyl to go on the outside glass.  This gave a lot of dimension. I will add a detailed photo of each frame below.  As you will see some of the cuts were very detailed but thye cut cleanly.  One important hint make sure you use the transfer sheet, it makes the layering and positioning a lot easier. I have to admit I tried skipping this step and it didn't work as well.
Here are the other frames.
I used Happy Hauntings cartridge as well as Halloween stacks from DCVW.








I really like the way this turned out. The vinyl made it unique and I like the shiny quality against the matte of the papers.  

Now onto BLOG CANDY.  I am giving away the following items.

Included is 6x6 paper pad by Amy Tangerine "Yes, Please". A date stamp by Amy Tangerine that also has sayings that coordiante with the paper. I threw in a package of bling and 3 spools of ribbon by American Crafts. I bet your wondering what you need to do to win this Blog candy. It's quite simple
1) Leave a comment on my blog
2) Become a follower
The winner will be chosen by random from the comments list.  The contest ends when the collection closes on Sunday 9/15/2013 and the winner will be announced on Monday 9/16/2013.

Good Luck and don't forget to link up your vinyl project at FCCB.  Looking forward to seeing all the great projects. 
Your next stop is EMILY at molliemugsblog.blogspot.com.  Make sure to visit all the stops along the way and when you get done, make sure you link up your project to FCCB's Fantabulous Cricut Crawl post!!
Happy Crawling!! Kim
Here is the line up in case you get lost :
Kim ogdendoll.blogspot.com (You are here)
Emily molliemugsblog.blogspot.com (Next stop)

20 comments:

  1. Became a follower. Love your frame. Thanks for the chance.
    Cecelia

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  2. Oh, wow, I love this! What a great idea to use the 9-opening picture frame, and I do love the dimensionality of this project.

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  3. This is so stunning! Simply FAB to the max-can you tell I love it, LOL?!

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  4. What a cute and clever project! Great idea!
    -Ro, FCCB DT Sister

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  5. Wonderful framed project. I've been a follower. Thanks for giveaway chance.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  6. So fun. Love the idea of using a frame like this.

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  7. Wow Kim this is amazing!!! I love each photo frame it's hard to choose my favorite... great job!! :)

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  8. This is terrific Kim!! Super detail and fun images. Thanks for giving the close up of each pane, it did the project more justice, we could see all the detail you put in!!

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  9. This is terrific Kim!! Super detail and fun images. Thanks for giving the close up of each pane, it did the project more justice, we could see all the detail you put in!!

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  10. This is so fun! I love all the different images you used - some look so intricate!

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  11. What an awesome decor idea! NEVER would have thought of it. You did a FABULOUS job!!!

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  12. Love this project!! Turned out amazing!! Thanks for sharing and the chance to win blog candy!!

    Lisa C

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  13. Okay....this is way coooool and fun!!! Great job on this. That spider is enough to scare me into the middle of November, though!!! EEK, indeed!

    How lovely of you to offer this sweet dish of blog candy! I am a brand-new follower by Google Blogger. Yippee!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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  14. That is so many kinds of awesome I just can't stand it! I think my favorite is the iron gate. The DSP you used behind it perfect!
    I may have to do something like that for Christmas...thanks for the inspiration!
    You have a new follower here. And thanks for the chance to win your yummy blog candy!
    hugs--
    Roberta
    Queen Bee Paper Crafts

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  15. I love the dimension it gave your project ! Such a great idea , the frame came out adorable !

    Mayra
    MayrasDesigns.blogspot.com

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  16. Very cute project. It does give dimensions to all your cuts. Will have to try this.

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  17. Hi Kim, love your project, the frame looks amazing with all the mini picture frames. I'm so sorry I had to dip out but I'm enjoying crawling round the DT blogs !! xhugsx Nikki

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  18. Hi Kim, love your project, the frame looks amazing with all the mini picture frames. I'm so sorry I had to dip out but I'm enjoying crawling round the DT blogs !! xhugsx Nikki

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  19. Hi Kim, love your project, the frame looks amazing with all the mini picture frames. I'm so sorry I had to dip out but I'm enjoying crawling round the DT blogs !! xhugsx Nikki

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