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All mixed up Cartridge Binder Project

Hey Krazies,

How is everyone liking the posts all this week? Feels great from my end!  I was going to pre-post everything and schedule it for the entire week but the problem is that those of you following me on youtube get a sneak peek.  As you know I sometimes squeeze in a hidden challenge for blog candy so we can't have that now can we?

All Mixed Up Cricut Font Cartridge  This was a super cute project and a nice cartridge to explore.  I never thought of doing a card this way and I really should have paid attention in math because measuring skills would have come in nicely for lining up the different pattern papers.  Ah well, live and learn.

Don't forget - you must comment on all posts this week to qualify for the blog candy.

Happy Wednesday y'all!










Hugs and Chirps!

Comments

  1. Looks simple enough. I have never done any of the binder projects for any of my 120something carts!

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  2. super cute card. I have this cartridge so I will have to pull it out and try this one.--Ryansmaama
    gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

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  3. I need a binder for my Carts.I am going to try!!!TFS
    http://craftingwihtcreativem.blogspot.com
    mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

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  4. I have this cart and have never used it. Time to dust it off... Thanks

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  5. Don't have this cart, but I do like the way you used scraps! What a great idea for a day when you don't feel like doing much - just take your scraps and make a few card bases!

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  6. I love scrap projects as I can't throw them away.

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  7. I love this cart. I use it a lot for signs and posters in my classroom. I love the card and agree that I usually get more rub-ons on me than the project!

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  8. Very cute, nice and bright!! Thanks for sharing!!

    Ildi-The Craftin Mama
    www.thecraftinmama.blogspot.com
    ildij3@verizon.net

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