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If you had a pet as a child, or have a pet in your life now, you know that they are such an important part of our lives. They make us laugh, make us crazy with their messes, and more often than not, bring a smile to our faces as they discover the world around them and love us unconditionally. The memories you have of your pets are definitely worth including in your family scrapbooks. Check out the pet pages below from two of our design team members, Amy Mitchell and Jana Eubank.
Hi Cricut Friends! It’ Amy Mitchell sharing a fun layout of our little dog Maya as she joined our family. We adopted her from a family that just couldn’t keep her anymore. Lucky for us!
I love this little face and I wanted to create a layout to show off a couple of my favorite pictures. I love banners and I totally love adding them to my layouts. This is a perfect way to welcome her home!
Using the Cricut Craft Room makes it easy to place names inside the banners. Help them “POP” by backing your cuts with coordinating colors and tie everything together.
Designed by: Amy Mitchell
Cricut Machines Used: Cricut Expression Electronic Cutting Machine, Cricut Craft Room
Cricut Cartridges Used: Art Philosophy, This & That, Bridal Shower, Type Candy, Chip Decor, Elegant Edges, Doodlecharms and George & Basic Shapes – Digital
Other Supplies: Bella Blvd Tail Waggers & Cat Tails collection, Cardstock, Buttons, Brown Bakers Twine, Foam Squares and Brown Chalk Ink
Have fun personalizing your pet joining your family! Add your own journaling and just tuck a little yellow behind the roof. Add Brown behind the small banner.
Jana Eubank here to share a page with you about my favorite furry friend . . . our family pet, Kiki! This little dog has stolen our hearts. She is a friend to my kids when there is no one else around to play with, is always there to offer a snuggle, and is always happy to see us. She has blessed our lives and we are so grateful for her.
The pet food bowl and puppy are from the Nate’s ABC’s cartridge. I added definition to the dog with chalk and created his nose and eyes using pearl stickers. I added rhinestones to the blue holes on the dog bowl. The circle cut behind the dog was embossed using the Cuttlebug machine and the Traffic Jam embossing folder.
Have you scrapped your favorite furry friend lately?
Designed by: Jana Eubank
Cricut Machines Used: Cricut Expression Electronic Cutting Machine, Cuttlebug Machine, Cricut Craft Room
Cricut Cartridges Used: Nate’s ABC’s (1″ pet bowl, 3.5″ dog), Plantin SchoolBook (4.5″ circle)
Cuttlebug Embossing Folders Used: Traffic Jam
Other Supplies Used: Cardstock (dark brown, brown, kraft, white, dark red, dark teal, aqua, yellow, green), Patterned Paper (Echo Park Paper), Rhinestones (My Mind’s Eye), Vellum, Pearls (KaiserCraft), Flower Brads (American Crafts), Photo Corner Punch (Stampin’ Up), Brown Distressing Ink, Chalks (Pebbles Inc.), Needle & Brown Floss, Black Journaling Pen, Trimmer & Scissors, Foam Squares, Adhesives
There is something extremely satisfying about creating with your hands. It’s one of the reasons I am so passionate about papercrafting! I love the process of creating just as much as I love the final result. Doing something creative every day helps me to feel more complete and well-rounded. It is something I do for me, but results in a finished project that delights everyone around me.
I am especially passionate about scrapbooking and love to encourage everyone I know to work on their own family scrapbooks. Several times a year, I invite my friends or family over to my house for a Scrapbook Night. We work on scrapbook pages, cards, or sometimes we even use the time to organize for future projects. It’s a great night to catch up one another, share what we have been doing, and just have FUN!
One of my favorite things to do for our Crop Nights, is to use my Cricut Expression Electronic Cutting Machine to create a goodie bag for each of my guests.
This time I wanted to do something girly and decided to create a little paper purse for each of my guests filled with chocolate kisses and few scrappy goodies. I used the purse box from the Bridal Shower Cartridgeand cut several of them out in different coordinating patterned papers. All of these papers came from a paper pad and several of them have a fuzzy, flock added to the paper, which makes the purses so much fun to hold! Instead of using the bow cut from the Bridal Shower Cartridge that went with the purse cut, I decided to create a dimensional bow using Cricut Craft Room and the digital cartridge 3D Bows, a Cricut Craft Room Exclusive. I LOVE this digital cartridge! The bows look so sweet and were so much fun to create. The 3D Bows Cricut Craft Room Exclusiveis a definite must-have in my book! I can’t wait to use these bows again and again on other projects!
I wanted to embellish the edge of the purse’s flap. I simply adhered a scrap piece of white cardstock to the underside and then used patterned scissors to cut along the egde.
I purchased large gluesticks from an office supply store and covered the outside of them with coordinating patterned paper. I suggest using the ultra-strong Terrifically Tacky Tape to adhere the patterned paper to the gluesticks. This adhesive is AMAZING and will keep the paper in place as your guests use their gluesticks.
Next, I cut out the eyeshadow box from the Girls’ Makeup Party cartridge. The front of the box is embellished with a crown cut from the same cartridge. This sweet little box has a flip open top with a palette of patterned paper “eyeshadow” on the inside. The mirror was created with silver glitter cardstock. The side of this cute little box opens up so that you can fill it with anything you would like! I am going to fill the box with a handful of rhinestone brads. Breathmints or buttermints would be really fun, too!
Any papercrafter can always use a set of white tags in their stash! I created a stack of white tags for each guest using my Cricut Expression machine and the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge. Scrapbookers will find them useful as journaling tags, and cardmakers will enjoy incorporating them into their designs. They could even use them as a quick gift tag on a present if they would like! I wrapped the tags together with a long length of white cotton string and added a monogrammed tag. The base of the tag was created with a layered label from the Lite Lacy Labels cartridge. I cut an additional circle top layer that I embossed with my Cuttlebug machine and the Swiss Dots embossing folder for more dimension and then added a white flocked chipboard letter to the top. I love how elegant the white-on-white color scheme feels!
I hope my guests will enjoy their little goodie bags! My daughters are already begging me to make extras so they can each have one to play with.
Designed By: Jana Eubank
Cricut Machines Used: Cricut Expression Electronic Cutting Machine, Cricut Craft Room, Cuttlebug
Cricut Cartridges Used: Bridal Shower, 3D Bows (Cricut Craft Room Exclusive), Girls’ Makeup Party, Plantin Schoolbook – Digital, Lite Lacy Labels
Other Supplies: Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder, Cardstock (American Crafts, Wausau), Patterned Paper/Chipboard Letters (We R Memory Keepers), Silver Glitter Cardstock (Die Cuts with a View), Rhinestone Brads (My Mind’s Eye), Hot fix gems & Tool (Imaginisce), Glitter Glue (Studio G), Patterned Scissors (Fiskars), 1/4″ Terrifically Tacky Tape, Other Adhesives (Scotch)
- Cut purse shape <FavorBag> at 11″ from desired patterned paper
- Cut <Bow2> and <Bow2-s> from white cardstock
- Cut eyeshadow box <FavorBox> and layers at 2.75″ from desired patterned paper, white cardstock, and silver glitter cardstock.
- Cut <Sweet> label and scalloped circle layer at 2.25″ from white cardstock.