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Locker Talk Project

Hi Krazies!

Today I did the Book Cover Card from the Locker Talk Cartridge.  This would be a good "Congrats" or "Thinking of you today" type card for your school age child.  It was super easy, except for tearing my craft area apart looking for striped card stock.

Please don't forget only 3 more days for the Blog Candy.  If you want the Pumpkin Carving Cartridge, please follow the instructions here on the blog.

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Life is a Beach
Just Because Cards
Joys of the Season



  1. Hi Tangee,
    Good video! and your website looks did you do the graphics!? I am impressed girl!

  2. very nice blog I want that cart. I am now a follower please come follow me at

  3. I am so glad I found you! I never pay any attention to any of the projects in the handbooks that come with the carts! This is very interesting!

  4. Just found you from the Cricut board- I love your idea of doing the sample project in order to get to know what's on the cartridges and such. Cool cool!

  5. Thanks for inviying us in, great blog and tips on cartridge projects.

  6. Thanks for doing this one, I always wondered how it was supposed to come out!!

  7. I keep looking at this cartridge, but I haven't caved it and bought it. I may have to!!

  8. Love the blog! I love this cart.

  9. I don't own this cartridge but it looks really fun. Great idea. Thanks for sharing. Love your blog.

  10. I just might have to get that cart. after all. I've never tried those binder projects before. Maybe I should.

  11. I dont have this cartridge, but now i want it! You made me laugh about tearing about your craftroom to find striped paper! I organized my craftroom 2 days ago and now I cant find anything!!!!! lol


  12. Great card!! I don't have this cart, but it is fun to see what you can do with all the carts. I am glad I found your blog on the cricut mb. I really like your new graphic, too. Thanks for sharing!!

    Amy ♥

  13. Love the card! TFS (This is my 2nd post here)

  14. I love this card and I love that you are doing the projects in each binder. That is so awesome and I so love the projects.


  15. Love this project...and when I am having a creative block, I go the the binders just for fun.

    Thanks for sharing, and enjoy following you :-)


  16. Wow great project for a cart i really didn't even know existed!!! well done!

  17. This is a great idea! I always have a project "need" when I get a cart so I don't make the cart project. I look at them, but I don't make them. So... :^) DoriG

  18. Very cute project and great blog!

  19. Nice project! I'm glad I found your blog.


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