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Monday, May 8, 2017

MCT "Made in Minutes!"

GOOD MORNING my sweet friends & welcome to another "Made in Minutes". 
For today "my" project took a little more than just minutes!! lol...
Well, I wanted to share with all of you what I worked on this weekend!  Tonight is Senior night at Baby Aaron's school!  Since this is the last home baseball game, all of the seniors will be honored tonight after the game! So here is the poster I made for him! I LOVE how it came out!
Okay, are you ALL sitting down?........Can you even BELIEVE that I used my CRICUT EXPRESSION for this!!!!! YEP, I took it back "old school"..... LOL......
All I have to say is THANK GOD I never sold OR gave away ANY of my cricut cartridges! 
This is a funny story, I turned on the cricut and could not remember how to use it!!! LOL... I had to call Miss Katie to "refresh" my memory!!! How funny is that!!!  As soon as my mind was refreshed, it was like riding a bike! ;) 

This is what the poster looks like in its entirety! 

I used the Baseball Cartridge & the Base Camp Cartridge for this poster! 

 I was telling Baby Aaron that he STILL looks the same like he did when he was a baby!

Okay, I have a confession, I was seriously up all night on Friday night brainstorming!!! Someone told me that I can find ideas on pinterest, but when I saw them....I know I had to make this poster my own!  That is when I thought of adding a baseball to it to make it look 3-D.  At first, I was going to have my Dad cut a real baseball, then I thought MAYBE I can find a toy one instead! to Target I went!  I came across these foam baseballs....SCORE!!!  As soon as I got home, I cut it in half using a bread knife!  This way now it was easier to adhere it to my poster!  I was VERY proud of myself & had to pat my own self on the back for this one! hahaha! ;) 
I enlarged this pic of him & just cut it out by hand! Then I put his number on a white card stock shaped like home plate! ;) 

 Now, for his name & WRHS, I used my Upper Case Fun Dies for these letters.  Like I said earlier, I am REALLY HAPPY with how this came out! :) 

Now onto my AMAZING design team!  Don't forget to click on each name to visit each blog & leave them some LOVE! :) 

I hope we inspired all of YOU here today!  Thank you all for stopping by, have a FABULOUS day my sweet friends! :) xoxo


  1. You did an AMAZING job on my poster, thank you so much! I love you! (There's just an overwhelming amount of my pictures on this though! lol)

  2. Good Morning Miss Emma!! OMG Your Poster is totally Awesome...You definitely came up with lots of Brilliant and Creative Genius ideas. It turned out Spectacular....What a Way to preserve all these happy, loving & Cherished Memories for a lifetime. I'm excited for you that you used your Cricut & Cartridges I know it was a Craftabulous Feeling!!! Baby Aaron sure was an adorable little boy and turned into a Handsome Young Man but that smile of his has never changed still so sweet and cute. Have fun tonight and I know you'll be snapping away at all the photo ops!!! TFS This is so Awesome.
    I know you will be having a Magnificent Monday with your family!! BIG HUGS!!
    YOU SO ROCK!! ps Love Baby Aaron's it for your scrapbook!!!!

  3. Your poster turned out fabulous! Great job getting that Cricut figured out! Love Aaron's comment!

  4. Great poster! That Cricut comes in handy!

  5. Beautiful poster, your son said it all to you! Enjoy. :)

  6. Terrific poster! Congratulations to you and your son on all his accomplishments!

  7. I love love Aaron's poster! BUT especially his response below regarding the "overwhelming amount of my pictures" LOL Miss Emma did you a fabulous job. Congratulations to Aaron and all his accomplishments! Best of luck in all his future endeavors.

  8. Great poster and the ball was a great find and clever idea too. I like the pictures and to see how he has grown over the years! It is hard to believe he is a senior already. Congratulations to Baby Aaron in all of his achievements.
    The team did a wonderful job on their quick projects.
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