Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Challenge #58: Cookies, Cookie Monster and/or Clocks



Happy Wednesday and welcome to challenge day at Cooking With Cricut!  Today we're cooking up some cookies!  No . . . not really!  But our challenge does involved cookies, a furry blue monster and time.  Today is Cookie Monster's birthday and what better way to celebrate than to include him and his favorite snack in our challenge!  Clocks comes into play because of the time change this coming weekend and because it is always time for cookies (according to Cookie Monster).  So grab your favorite cookie and a cold glass of milk and check out what our Design Team has whipped up for you!



Nita used the Sweet Tooth and Once Upon A Princess cartridges
for her cookie box.  Stop by her blog for all the details.





Madison used the From My Kitchen and Paper Doll Dress Up
cartridges for this cute Christmas card.  Stop by her blog and check out the details.





Kemma used the Imagine More Cards, "Just Because" Cards and Kate's ABCs
for her sweet treat!  Make sure you stop by her blog for the specifics.




Adrian used the Birthday Bash and Sesame Street Font cartridges
for her super cute card.  Check out the details on her blog.






Elizabeth used the Art Philosophy cartridge for this "timely" card.
Visit her blog for all the details.



Jazmin used the Fabulous Finds, Accent Essentials and
Everyday Paper Dolls cartridges for this sweet recipe card.
Stop by her blog to see all the details.




Jill created this cute little cookie gift bag using the Imagine More Cards
cartridge.  Stop by her blog and see how she did it!




Court created this sweet card using the Stretch Your Imagination cartridge.
Stop by her blog and leave her some "love"!



Charlotte created this delicious card using the George & Basic Shapes
and Sentimentals cartridges.  Make sure you check out the secret
to her cute cookie pan on her blog!




Jen created this Cookie Time clock using the Sesame Street Friends
cartridge.  You can check out all the details at her blog.




Felicia used the My Community, Sesame Street Font and Stamped cartridges
for her party time card.  Check out the details at her blog.




Dalis used the Sesame Street Seasons cartridge for this super cute Fall sign.
Check out her web site for the details.



Jenny J.

Jenny made this great card with the George & Basic Shapes cartridge.
Head over to her blog to see the details!



Great job, ladies!  Now, it's your turn!  Link up your ode to Cookie Monster, cookies and/or clocks and who knows . . . you could be our next Top Chef!  Here are a few guidelines:
  • Must follow the challenge topic. 
  • Must be a NEW project for this challenge. No back dated posts please.
  • Must have a link back to this post on your blog.
  • Must link your project post through Inlinkz and not just your blog. 
  • Must use your Cricut in some capacity.
  • Must HAVE FUN! 
  • You may gladly combine challenges . . . we love to pile it on TOO!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! We appreciate it so very much!

~ The CWC Design Team





9 comments:

  1. WOW, I love everyone's projects! What a great variety of ideas! Can't wait to stop by everyones blog!

    Debbie B.

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  2. Fantastic projects ladies! You really made this challenge a "SWEET" one!

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  3. Great projects DT!! I can't wait to play along :)

    Hugs, Sheena

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  4. Such cute projects - you ladies are so talented.
    Hugs,

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  5. Cute variety of Cookie, Cookie Monster & Clock creations. Entered my Christmas Gingerbread Cookie Card.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  6. Thanks for the super cute challenge and the fun dt inspiration projects too! I had a great time.

    Hugs, Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com

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  7. I had fun playing in the challenge.

    Hugs, Sheena

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