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Monday, April 21, 2014

"It's a Spring Thing" Challenge at Exploring Cricut and More!

Good Morning and Happy Monday Everyone.
I am excited to share a new challenge with you  over at Exploring Cricut and More!

This week we are to create a spring themed project and it must include a flower. How easy is that??

 For my project I decided  to use some of my vinyl scraps to embellish a watering can I have in the back yard.
I used the Forever Young & Freshly Picked Cartridges to create this quick and easy project.

Flower image from the Forever Young Cartridge cut at 4.5"
it is "flower 6" found on page 69 using the shift key and layer feature

"Grow" phrase found on the Freshly Picked Cartridge p. 60 using the phrase feature and cut
 at 1.75"
I couldn't resist adding a few rhinestones.

Working with vinyl is so fun and rewarding as the finished project  always looks great. It allows us to still use our favorite images when using paper isn't an option. (wall decor...outdoors..etc.)

Now be sure to head on over to Exploring Cricut and More! to see some wonderful inspiration created by our wonderful Design Team.

Thank you for stopping by today and have a wonderful week.


Diane said...

I love this Donna! If I had a green thumb I would make one, but I guess I could give it to my hubby since he is the one who plants! Super!

Sharon said...

Wonderful!! I so love it Donna!! What a great idea. I have a plain watering can that I use with my house plants. I just may have to decorate it up!!! :)

Brenda said...

Your watering can is adorable! hugs

Michelle N. said...

I love it when you can decorate up utilitarian objects-why can't our tools be beautiful? Great job!

Scrapping Girl said...

Now I'm gonna have to jazz up my watering can-that is so cute! Mine is very plain and boring looking and after seeing yours, I realize I'm missing an opportunity to make it much more fun to water!