Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Challenge #71: Child's Valentine - Must use pink, red & white.

Happy Wednesday and welcome to Design Team Challenge Day at PCW's Cooking With Cricut!  Our hostesses for today's challenge are Elizabeth and Adrian.  The theme they chose is a Child's Valentine -- you must use the colors red, pink and white.


Designers
Adrian and Elizabeth
Today's Lovely Hostesses


Check out the super cute Valentine's the ladies made . . . and make sure to visit their blogs for more details and to leave 'em some "love!"



Adrian created this "dino-mite" shaker card using the Create-A-Critter cartridge.




Elizabeth created this lollipop cover using the Art Philosophy cartridge. 




Yolie created this sweet card using parts from PaperCraftingWorld.com's QT Patootie,
Love Bug, and Elf cutting files as well as the Cake Basics cartridges.






 Celeste used the PaperCraftingWorld.com Bears as Love Bugs cutting files along
with the Doodlecharms cartridge to create this adorable card.





Madison used the Sesame Street Friends and Robotz
cartridges for this super cute card.





Nita created these two cuties for her sweet kiddos using the Birthday Bash
and Everyday Paper Dolls cartridges along with the






Charlotte used the Puppies Kissing digi stamp from PaperCraftingWorld.com along
with the Elegant Edges and Storybook cartridges for this adorable card.





and the Sweethearts cartridge for her sweet card.





Debbie used the Spring Holiday Cards cartridge to create
these cute Valentine crayon cards.






Jenny made this Valentine treat bag using the Mini Monsters cartridge!






Mindy used the Better Together Cricut Imagine
cartridge for this "beary" cute card.





Jen made her card using the Create-A-Critter and Cake Basics cartridges.



Now its your turn . . . link up your "Child's Valentine - must use red, pink & white" project and you just might be this week's Top Chef. Here are the guidelines:


  • Must follow the challenge topic.
  • Must be a NEW project for this challenge, please no back dated posts.
  • Must have a link back to this post on your blog.
  • Must link your project 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!

Make sure you stop by tomorrow, Thursday, February 2nd and check out Chef Mindy's Cartridge Showcase!   


Don't forget to mark your calendars for Saturday and Sunday, February 11th and 12th for our "Love Song" Blog Hop. 


 We also have a Design Team Call going on -- if you'd like to be part of our awesome team, CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

And as always, thank you so much for crafting with us!
~ CWC Design Team


13 comments:

  1. Great inspiration from the DT:)

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  2. MelissaSunshineHoneyBeeFebruary 2, 2012 at 8:27 AM

    Wonderful Child Valentine DT creations. Had fun creating my Valentine Teddy Bear Wiggle Wire Card/Treat Holder.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  3. This was a really fun challenge. Love the projects from the DT! Great inspiration. Thanks!

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  4. Making Valentine's cards for kids is so fun....love all the Cricut possibilities!  Looks like the DT really got into it...great job!  Thanks for the challenge!

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  5. Such a fun challenge! Thanks for the inspiration :)
    Glitter Panda

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  6. Thanks for the fun challenge, the DT did an awesome job!!

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  7. What amazing projects the DT has made. Thanks for a fun challenge.

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  8. What a fun challenge!  Thank you!  I love all the DT projects!

    Kim G.

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  9. Fantastic challenge!!

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  10. Thanks for a Fun Challenge :)

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  11. Great projects by the DT.  Love all the different valentines.  So inspiring.  

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  12. Your DT did great. The cards are so cute and fun.

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