Saturday, September 15, 2012

September Art Philosophy Blog Hop

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Welcome to our September Art Philosophy Blog Hop!  Each month we will showcase our amazing Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge which can be purchased exclusively through a Close to My Heart Independent Consultant.

Since Halloween is just around the corner, this month we will be featuring projects for Halloween made using the Art  Philosophy Cricut cartridge!  Hope you don’t get too scared by the time you get to the end of our hop!

If you just happened to come to this blog, you're in the right place! 

My project is a Halloween card using the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge. These are the cards I'm going to be sending out this year:



I made this card using our exclusive Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge, Moonlight Workshop on the Go Kit paper pack and black ink.

The card shape can be found on page 63, E3, Card, < Square5 > cut at 4 1/2".  The next layer was cut at 4 1/4".


 I then cut the trees from pages 56 and 62.  



Page 56, D6, Shift, Layer, < Leaf4 > cut at 3"

Page 62, Shift, Layer, < Leaf1 > cut at 3"


I used the stamp set from the Moonlight Workshop on the Go to stamp the fence, the spider, and the sentiment "Who's Afraid?"


SUPPLIES USED
Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge (Z1686)
Moonlight Workshop on the Go (G1051)
Black Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad (Z2105)
3-D Foam Tape (Z1151)

The next stop on your spooky blog hop trail is Darla of Caution:  Crafting is Contagious

Here's the entire blog hop lineup in case you get spooked along the way:

  1. Lucy ~ Love 2 Create  YOU ARE HERE
  2. Darla ~ Caution: Crafting is Contagious  YOUR NEXT STOP
  3. Diana~ Diana's Free Moments
  4. Stephanie- The Quilted Scrapper
  5. Julia- You Can Create
  6. Wendy Kessler ~ My Scrapbooking Blog
  7. Carolyn Mendoza - Crafting with Carolyn
  8. Kindred Hearts - It Makes Total Cents
  9. Rebecca - Stamp & Scrap Studio
  10. Maria Woodworth ~ Maria's Paper Craft Place

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope you enjoyed my project.  What are you making for Halloween this year?

Have a wonderfully crafty day!

Lucy


18 comments:

  1. Lucy, this is great! I really love how you popped up some of the stamps for dimension! How in the world do you add the pages of the handbook like this? You need to give us a lesson over on the FB group! :) Makes it so easy to explain!

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  2. Cute cards!! I've never sent out Halloween cards before but I'm tempted now!

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  3. love the card and the idea of an Art Phil.. Blog hop. Can I get in on the hop next month?
    I do find that with the new Artisite Cartridge poor Phil is getting left on the shelf.

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  4. SO great!! Love how you used the tree images! :)

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  5. I love this card! It makes me want to send out Halloween cards this year..

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  6. Love your card! So cute and so spooky!
    Tracy

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  7. Great Halloween project! :) Janis

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  8. Love the use of the leaf stem for the spooky trees! Very cool card. Didn't buy the pack cuz I don't do much Halloween stuff, but really like this!

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  9. Great use off the leaf stem for the spooky trees.

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  10. Awesome card Lucy

    I love how you made it 3D

    Really cool.

    Denise Gifford

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  11. If I did create Halloween projects, I'd CASE this. Very cute and I know those who receive it will love it! Nicely done....makes me want to go jump on my cricut -- it is currently being underused!

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  12. What a nice card. You use this cartridge to the best possible use anyone can find. Great job.!

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  13. sweet spooky card.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  14. Love it! So Cute! Great Job!!!

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