Lions and Lambs Guessing Game.
Good morning crafting friends,
I am so sorry I hadn’t had a chance to get the details on this layout up. It was for our challenged this week and the theme was Lions and Lambs. Please be sure to go HERE to see the rest of the DT’s wonderful inspiration and also enter YOUR project!
Soooo……. in the spirit of FUN….I thought we could do one of the guessing games I used to do.
There are two prizes up for grabs. Everyone who guesses correctly will be entered into a random drawing and the winner will get a ten dollar gift voucher download to PaperCraftingWorld.com for either some cutting files or digital stamps of their choice.
For everyone who guesses (correct or not) you will be entered into a random drawing for a $5 gift voucher download from PaperCraftingWorld.com.
You MUST also be a follower of this blog to qualify.
SECOND CHANCE TO WIN!If you would like a SECOND CHANCE to win….please visit our CookingWithCricut.com blog. and this exact same post will be there. Just be a follower of that blog and enter your guess there too!!!
So here is the project I made. I made it with my Cricut and a few cartridges. (I did use my Gypsy to layout my animals, BUT their pieces can be cut without the Gypsy). Can you tell me which cartridges I used? Here is your only hint….
I used 4 cartridges to complete this layout.
Here is a view of the entire layout.
The cardstock is Bazzill White, Honeydew and Applesauce.
The Patterned Paper is from the DCWV Nana’s Nursery Little Girl Stack.
The flowers are Prima and Kaiser Kraft Flowers.
The buttons are Prima Buttons.
The borders were created with an MS border punch.
Here is a close up of the medallion and the “letters My”. The medallion and letters are from the Cricut. The flowers are Prima Flowers…..(just to clarify which elements are Cricut).
Here is a close up of the little lamb. All of its pieces were cut from my Cricut and cricut cartridge shapes.
Here is a close up of the baby title. The white squares are just little mats I cut. The scalloped squares and letters are from the Cricut.
And last but by no means least, the little lion. Again all of his shapes were cut from my Cricut and cartridge shapes.
This guessing game is open to all who guess, including the CWC and PCW Blog design team members. After all, they don’t know what I used anymore than anyone else
You have until next week Wednesday when our new challenge comes up at CWC! Don’t forget to enter over there too!
Thank you so much for joining in the fun and don’t forget to check out the rest of the CWC DT’S great Lion and Lamb Challenge inspiration!
Have a wonderfully crafty day!