Monday, February 27, 2012

Cartridge Showcase: Disney Dreams Come True



Welcome to Cooking With Cricut's Monday Cartridge Showcase!  We hope you all had a wonderful, crafty weekend!  Chef Jenny J. (aka Crazyaboutcricut) has taken over the blog today and is sharing one of  her favorite cartridges -- an oldie. but goodie -- Disney's Dreams Come True.

The cartridge features Disney Princesses Ariel, Belle, Jasmine and Pocahontas and  includes: Flesh/Hair, Outfit/Outfit, White/Extra, Icon, Base/Icon, and Charm creative features.

So without further ado . . . here's Jenny!


Hi Everybody!

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE all the Disney cartridges.  Even though they can be challenging, they are SO worth it! 

My daughter recently had an Ariel-themed birthday party.  Whenever my kids want a theme that I can cut with my Cricut, I'm so happy!  It saves money, and shopping time :O)  For my first project, I want to share the perfect banner I was able to make for her using the Dreams Come True Disney Princess cartridge:








For my second project I made this card using this elephant that is only two layers!  One of my favorite things about this (and all Disney carts) is the Icon feature. These are still in a Disney style, but are A LOT easier to put together. 




 My last project is another card again using the Icon feature.  A simple two layer cut, some doodling, a sentiment and you have a card you can make in minutes!


 
Super cute projects, Jenny!  Looks like your daughter had a wonderful birthday!!  Please check out the details on Jenny's blog and make sure to leave her a comment letting her know how much you liked her showcase.


Check back in tomorrow, Tuesday, February 28th for a PaperCraftingWorld.com Design Team challenge and Wednesday, February 29th for a CookingWithCricut.com Design Team challenge.  These will be the last challenges with the current teams -- so make sure you stop by and give 'em some love and a shout out!  (Our new Design Teams will be introduced the following week.)

~ CWC Design Team



4 comments:

  1. You are so right the Disney carts can be a real challenge but you did a beautiful job.  I love Nemo so he is my favorite.:)  Thanks for sharing about using the icons too.  

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  2. Great job Jenny.  Your daughter must have had a wonderful party:)  Everything looked awesome!!!  You ROCKED it.
    ~Madison funkycards.blogspot.com

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  3. Thanks for the inspiration Jenny, my daughter wants a Little Mermaid party for her next birthday!  Great showcase.

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  4. Wow, love the little mermaid banner! The icon feature must be nice! My Toy Story one doesn't have that and those characters are so detailed they can be a pain to cut/assemble!

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