Sunday, October 30, 2011

Cooking With Cricut (Challenge)






Here is what I made for Cooking With Cricut challenge this week. You had to use Scarecrow, Hay, Crows and/or sketch. I don't have any carts with cute Scarecrows so I made my own little scarecrow using PDDU. I think he turned out cute. Now all I need to do is invest in a set of Peachy Keen face stamps..hmmm maybe will get some for Christmas..hehe. I also made my own square hay bales.

I Used/Recipe:
DCWV PP- J's single sheet (yellow plaid background & red plaid shirt)
Debbie Mumm PP- Harvest & Holiday for J's stack
Bazzill cardstock
Wausau cardstock
PDDU cart- (Body) Blackout 3 1/4"--pg.52 (outfit/Frankenstein) 3 1/4"--pg.64 (Hat) 3"
P Schoolbook cart- (Rectangle/Hay bales) 1 3/4"
CAC cart- pg.70 (Pumpkins) 1/2" , 3/4" & 1 1/4"
CTMH Ink- Clover Meadow & Desert Sand
Embroidery Floss
Sharpie Pen
Happy Fall Y'all- Printed off-- Font BatikRegular
A2 card

Thanks for Looking and all the Great comments!
Hugs, Sheena


13 comments:

  1. Sheena,
    You did a great job and your little scarecrow is adorable. You did a good job on his face too. I have peachy keen face stamps and I love them, but if I could draw a face as good as yours I wouldn't need them. I can't draw a straight line.
    Sherry

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  2. Super cute scarecrow!
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  3. What a cute card. Thanks for joining us at CWC. Smooches... Sous Chef Feli'

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  4. Oh My word Sheena!! I was SO gonna use Frankenstein's outfit for my scarecrow until I happened pn an awesome sale of Carts at AcMoore and got the Simply Charmed cart! I must say, I still like Frankensteins outfit better!! The raggedy look one thinks of with scarecrows!! I hope you can get your PKS faces too! They are adorable. However, I think you did a good job with his face. I LOVE the yarn accents for "straw"! I never though about that! Probably a lot better to work with than rafia....may have to use your idea one time! I will have to come back and follow because blogger is having issues! Again, cute card! Love the details!
    Thanks for playing along at Cooking with Cricut.

    hugs,
    Michelle
    CWC DT

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  5. Ok, YAY!! It refreshed and allowed me to follow! I am new follower! :)

    Hugs,
    Michelle

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  6. Well this is just SUPER! Way to be resourceful!! I love how you created your own scarecrow (did you seriously DRAW a PKS face? WOW!); the embroidery floss is genius! Awesome card! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at CWC this week. :)
    Nita
    www.niftynitanotes.blogspot.com

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  7. This is absolutely adorable, Sheena! And what a great idea to use embroidery floss for the hay -- way better than raffia! Thanks for linking up at Cooking With Cricut this week.

    ~ Jen, CWC Design Team

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  8. This is just fabulous. Your scarecrow is so cute and the papers you used are perfect. I really love using the floss for the straw. Great job!!
    Thanks for joining CWC.
    Charlotte

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  9. This is so adorable! I love the yarn for the scarecrow! He is just too cute!! Thanks for joining use this week at Cooking with Cricut! :)

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  10. Amazing Job! And sooooo creative! Love it! Thnaks for joining us at CWC this week!

    ~ Cour, CWC design team

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  11. I love that you did the scarecrow and hay bales by hand- awesome!! Thanks for joining us this week at Cooking with Cricut!
    Heather :)
    CWC DT

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  12. So cute. I love the dimension and layering. Thanks for sharing at CWC.

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Thanks for all the kind comments and for stopping by my blog. Hugs, Sheena