Monday, February 27, 2012

Exploring Cricut - Show Business

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For this challenge, we were to create a project with a focus of: movie night, a play, a recital, a concert, or any type of entoertainment.
I plan on taking my 13 y/o DS and my twin 13 y/o nephews to see the new Ghost Rider movie next weekend, so I thought I'd make this my project theme.
I used several Cricut cartridges: Dude, Lovely Labels, Happy Hauntings, Indie Art, and George & Basic Shapes.


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I used my Gypsy to weld, hide, combine and totally manipulate the cuts to create my photo frames and my "Ghost Rider."
Paper and Cardstock are all Stampin' Up! and the ribbon is from Michaels.  The open area on page 2 is for movie tickets and stuff.


Hope you like it, and be sure to link your challenge entry at Exploring Cricut!  Until next time...

5 comments:

Annette said...

Great lo Leah! Perfect for your movie:)

Annette
mymindsdustbunnies.blogspot.com

Diane said...

I love this layout. Thanks for sharing your amazing talent with us at Exploring Cricut.

Saints Rule! said...

Great layout! This looks amazing!

Sharon said...

WOW! This is great!! Love how you made the frames and the 'Ghost Rider'. :)

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a wonderful layout! Amazing! Love how our Gypsy can tackle things like this. TFS




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