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Monday, October 10, 2011

Monday Madness....Imagine That! ~ Episode 257

Good Morning & HAPPY MONDAY and Happy Columbus Day!;) I'm surprised that my boys don't have today off:( Anyways, I hope all of you had a FABULOUS weekend, I know I did! Welcome to another "Monday Madness....Imagine That"!  Well, usually I use my "Imagine" on Mondays.... but, I wanted to use a different pattern paper that I have had for a LONG TIME now! It is a stack by DCWV called "Lace & Linen"! WOW.....what a pretty stack this is & I thought it would be PERFECT for my"rosette pencil" I made today! When I had made my first "Rosette" project HERE I had gotten several emails/FB messages from my bloggy friends wanting to know if there was another cartridge they can use besides "Art Philosophy" to create a similar Rosette like the ones I made HERE! In my video below, I explain to you how to search using "My Cut Search" to find all the borders each cartridge has! The BEST part about this site is that you can see the actual handbook for each cartridge AND they even tell you what page it is on! HOW COOL IS THAT?!!;) You can ALSO search the word "border" using your "Gypsy Girl", but it's not as accurate as "My Cut Search"!
For all of our projects today, I wanted my design team to do something reflecting "Breast Cancer Awareness" month! So we all used my stamp set "Race For a Cure" which...if you purchase this set, $2 of the sales for each stamp set will be donated to the Susan G Komen for the cure!

In lieu of all the questions I received, I decided to do another "Rosette Pencil" using the "Accent Essential" cartridge! I wanted to do something a little different w/this pencil & I thought it came out soo PRETTY!;) I showcased it in a votive holder so you can see how ADORABLE this would look as a centerpiece for ANY occasion! I think these would ALSO look so CUTE as a party favor for a "PRincess" party..... there are soooo many possibilities & I just LOVE IT!;)

My favorite part of my pencil today is the "Tulle", I think it was just the finishing touch!;)

Here is my video for you!;)

Now onto my FABULOUS Design Team!;)


Miss Jen!




You can see my video HERE how exactly I made these rosettes!;)
I hope you enjoy everything that you saw here today! Please visit my designer's blogs & leave them some much deserved L-O-V-E!;) Have a FABULOUS day & I will see you all back here soon! xoxo's

20 comments:

  1. very pretty cards.i hope to learn a lot from you

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  2. Great cards, can't wait to get back in the swing!

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  3. Gorgeous, gorgeous cards, and your rosette pencils are so sweet, Emma!

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  4. Love your flower... You did a great job and always have great ideas. Tfs
    Hugs,jen

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  5. Your pencil is fablous!!!! Thanks for the video Miss Emma! Hugs, Cathryn

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  6. WOW Emma, your pencil is SO perfect!!!!!! I love the way you stamped the patterned paper, the scallop you used to make it, the beautiful pearl and tulle accents! GORGEOUS!!!! Hugs- Glora

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  7. Super cute pencil idea! Love it!!

    P.S. Schools aren't ignoring Columbus Day. They traded the Columbus Day holiday for the day after Thanksgiving years and years ago. So instead of today off, they have the long turkey day weekend. Little trivia for you on this Columbus Day. ;)

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  8. Your pencil is fabulous! Love the tulle. Great projects from the design team as well.
    Candy
    candyscraftcorner.blogspot.com
    Come on over and enter my new giveaway!

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  9. These projects are amazing! I love your coordinating stamp steps! Wow! This is a great week!

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  10. Love your cards. I have cancer and had voice box removed in July and still recovering. Doing great. Thank you everyone for the beautiful cards for the cure. Love to all.

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  11. so cute emma! just imagine if you could use that cute "wand" to make cancer go away!

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  12. Love your project! The DT did a great job too! Thanks for sharing. That set of yours is so special - I have that one on my wish list too!

    mimi2trentdrew.blogspot.com

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  13. Loving your creations as usual :) And thanks for the great tip on the "search" website..what a great tool!

    hugs
    Cassandra

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  14. Hi Emma!
    Wow! Love your pencil topper idea with your beautiful rosettes! Your rosettes are so pretty! I've made some using actual rosette dies but I haven't tried making them with the border images on the Cricut...GREAT IDEA! Thank you for always inspiring me :)

    Suzanne
    suzwatanabe@yahoo.com

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  15. Those are super cute...I'll have to make one for my mother in law stage 4 breast cancer survivor now of 17 yrs! Really beautiful cards ladies!
    Constance
    Konstance25@yahoo.com

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  16. This is so cute. I'm going to use this idea definitely. Your design team created some beautiful projects.

    Always like when you provide "alternate" methods and resources. Appreciate fellow crafters who share their knowledge!!

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  17. Great video...going to check out what border cuts I have. The team did a great job also today!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  18. such a powerful color these days and such awesome cards. SO LOVE Glora's card! WOW!!! doris
    parkernana5@cox.net

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  19. Really cute and for such a worthwhile cause. Love all the other dt projects, they are all fabulous.
    Kim xXx

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