Friday, August 5, 2011

Cricut 360 - Challenge #6 - Refreshing

Hi everyone,
It's Friday once again and you know what that means...time for another wonderful challenge over at Cricut 360.  All of us at Cricut 360 look forward to seeing your fabulous creations every week and we can't wait to see what you come up with for this challenge. This week's challenge is so perfect for this time of year. So are you ready?!  Okay, create a card or layout using your Cricut that displays something refreshing to beat the summer heat. The best way to beat the heat for me is a nice popsicle or ice cream treat...yum!! I decided to go with a card and here are the details:

*Card size is 5 1/2" x 5 1/2"
*Cart used: Simply Charmed (Popsicles @ 3.25")
*Solid cardstock: Recollections
*Patterned Paper: Doodlebug Design "You scream ice cream"
*Stamps used: Peachy Keen "Happy Lashes" for the cute faces and
 Scrappy Moms Stamps "Sun Kissed" for the sentiment.
*Martha Stewart - Drippy Goo Punch
*EK Success - Tag Punch
*Mini Heart Punch
*Martha Stewart - Baker's Twine
*Stickles - Yellow & Lime Green
*White Gel Pen
*Red Prisma Colored Pencil
*Pop Dots

This week's lucky winner will win an awesome 6x6 Paper pack by Echo Park "Splash"

Thanks for stopping by, can't wait to see all your fabulous creations!!



  1. Diana such a sweet card and the sentiment is so perfect for it

    Cheers from Bangalore ,India
    Dr Sonia S V

  2. OMG!What a cute card. I love how it makes the paper look like the Popsicle melted.

  3. LOVE IT!! I love the cute popsicles and the punch (drippy goo) is on my wish list. Love the way it turned out.
    Deb Crowder

  4. I love it:) It makes me smile:)

  5. OH so cute! The popsicles go great with the background paper!

  6. Popsicles are sweet. Especially with glitz.
    Cute papers.

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  7. Love your popsicle card..they look super cute with those PK faces. I love that punch you used to~great job!
    Sherrie K

  8. I just love this adorable ice cream card! And the punch work is such an amazing touch to this yummy card!

  9. I needed a Popsicle with the weather we've been having. Great job

  10. LOVE the look of the drippy goo punch on this card! Why didn't I think of that? LOL, I've only been using it on Halloween projects as blood!

    Anywho, I stopped by to invite you to my blog for my Hello Kitty birthday blog hop! :) I have a video tutorial up of the instructions to make the Christmas goodie folder that you asked about a couple of weeks ago. :)

  11. This is soooo cute!! I love the popsicles. You are genious to use the goo punch for dribbles instead of blood goo. A much better use I think:) The papers are also perfect. Hugs, Pam at