Hello everyone! As I was putting the finishing touches on this project last night, my craft studio shook and rattled for a split second, rolling my chair I was in across the room. Yes, it was a 4.1 about 40 miles off the coast, yet I felt it. Uggg… I dislike earthquakes terribly.
Now on to the project. A friend wanted me to make something like these that she found on Pinterest. I used Microsoft Publisher and printed these out on cardstock and then using the “Center” function on my Cricut Expressions, I cut these babies out.
I used party streamers and sewed the edges (like this tutorial) and made rosettes. I had previously baked a whole set of ribbon making curly ribbon and used those as the finishing touches.
I am thinking I may enter this into the Die Cuttin’ Diva’s challenge this week – I feel they are different and original to fit their “Anything Goes Challenge“.
Now off to deliver them!
Thanks for sharing a bit of crafty time with a bit of rock, rattle and roll to it” pie with me.
Cricut Cart: Mini Monograms set at 3 inches for the circle and 1.5 inches for the scallop circle for the back
Party streamers (trimmed the middle one to add the “layer” effect.)
Paper: Recollections Bright Color Stack
Cuttlebug – Swiss Dots
Ink for edging around the circle – Close to My Heart: Cotton Candy
Wilton Cake Pop Sticks
Curly Ribbon (baked at 200 for 20 minutes wrapped around 1/4 inch wooden rods and attached at ends with cloths pins.)
Lovely! I keep forgetting about that center point function on the Cricut! Thanks for the reminder! I love your rosettes and your curly ribbon! These are adorable!
I know, I love the center point function now that I have figured it out. It really opens up all the possibilites in the world! Thank for stopping by!
these are so sweet! i love the bright happy colors 🙂 and, congrats on being published!
So cute!! This definitely fits anything goes!! Very creative!! Thanks for sharing with us at DCD this week!
Hi friend!! I’ve been neglecting your blog as I have been so busy with my DT work, but I just came over to catch up on your posts…. I love those little rossette guys! I’m so impressed cuz I’ve never made rossettes or used the center point function, lol. I’m glad the earthquake wasn’t bigger, but I know what you mean about not liking them! We experienced the “big one” (refraining from obvious inappropriate pun here) back in 1990 & that was brutal. The freeways were collapsing, the Bay Bridge cracked in half, total chaos. Ugh. Anyway, I’ll email you so we can chat more later….
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These are fantastic! I love the rosettes, and the curly ribbon at the bottom is perfect! However—please tell me your power strip was UNPLUGGED when you took this photo!?!?!?!? Glad the earthquake was just a small one….scary…..
What a sweet thing to do for her teachers. More parents should do things for the hard working teachers . Cute!!