Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Challenge #60: Let's Talk Turkey


Happy Wednesday and welcome to challenge day at Cooking With Cricut!  With Thanksgiving right around the corner, bird is the word today as our Design Team serves up some turkey!!!   So without further ado . . . take it away, ladies!



Elizabeth used the Art Philosophy cartridge to create these
cute little birds -- wouldn't they make wonderful place cards!
 Check out the details on her blog.





Yolie used the Celebrate with Flourishes cartridge and Paper Crafting World
digi files.  Check out all the special details on her web site!





Celeste created this cute Turkey Day card using the Create-A-Critter cartridge.
Check out all the details on her web site.





Holly used the Animal Kingdom cartridge to create these super cute
table decorations.  Her gobblers are on dowels, but they'd be cute as
straw toppers, too!  Head on over to her blog and leave her some "love!"





Larelyn used the Songbird, Kate's ABCs and Doodlecharms
cartridges for this awesome card!  Check out the details at her blog.



Heather created this cute layout using the Stretch Your Imagination
and Sophisticated cartridges.  Check out the details at her blog.





Michelle created this super cute card using the Simply Charmed
cartridge.  Check out the details over at her blog.





Court created her gobbler card using the Create-A-Critter
cartridge.  Check out her blog for the details.





Madison also used the Create-A-Critter cartridge for her
super cute card!  Check out the details at her blog.





Debbie made her turkey wreath using the Create-A-Critter cartridge.
Make sure you head over to her blog for the how-to on this cute project!



Charlotte brings new meaning to "turkey & dressing" with this cute card!
She used the Paper Doll Dress Up and Create-A-Critter cartridges.
Check out the details at her blog.






Jenny embellished her creamer with a sparkly turkey cut from the
Animal Kingdom cartridge.  Check out her blog for all the details!






Felicia used the Create-A-Critter cartridge for her tall turkey card.
Check out her blog for all the details!



Mindy created this cute shaped card using the Create-A-Critter cartridge.
Check out the details on her blog.




Jen used the Animal Kingdom cartridge to create this adorable
onesie for her niece.  Check out the how-to over at her blog!


Now it's your turn!  Show us your best turkey project -- link it up and you might just 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!
We hope you'll come back often this week -- we've got lots of fun cooked up!  Chef Linda is featuring the Thanksgiving cartridge on Thursday  and our "Giving Thanks" Blog Hop is this Saturday, November 19 at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time.    We'll be sharing lots of Thanksgiving decorating ideas (no cards in this hop) and tons of freebies and prizes, too! 

Thanks so much for stopping by today! We appreciate it so very much! 

~ The CWC Design Team



6 comments:

  1. Awesome job, ladies!!!

    Hugs,
    Michelle

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  2. Wonderful Turkey creations by you & your DT. Entered my Be Thankful Card with Cricut Turkey image on front.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  3. AWESOME AWESOME inspiration!!! Thanks for the fun!
    Shelly

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  4. Great projects! Thanks for letting me link along!

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