Happy Wednesday! I want to start off by thanking everyone who stopped by and left such sweet comments during Cooking With Cricut's 2nd Blogaversary Celebration (click here to check it out). It was so much fun! Today is our weekly Cooking With Cricut challenge. This week the Design Team was given a May Flowers theme with the instructions to make or use flowers on our projects.
Here is what I came up with . . .
I have been working on my 8 year old daughter's baby scrapbook (I know, I know . . . about time, right!) and when I saw the challenge topic I knew immediately that these pictures were going to be perfect.
Here's the recipe --
Cricut Cake Basics cartridge:
Circle - cut at 1 3/4" from plain white card stock and then run thru my printer.
Scalloped Circle - cut at 2 1/2" (scrap stash).
Flower - cut at 4" from DCWV Cherry Limeade Stack.
Stem & Leaves - cut at 4 1/4" tall (scrap stash); edges inked.
Text - cut at 1" high and 3/4" high from white card stock.
The ribbon is 5/8" wide and is Michael's Celebrate It Basic-Basic satin ribbon. The self-adhesive rhinestones are also by Recollections.
Now it's your turn! Link up your "May Flowers" project at Cooking With Cricut this week -- you could be our next Top Chef!
Thanks for stopping by! Head on over to CWC and see what my fellow Design Team members have cooked up.