Week of October 28th, 2012

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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Disney Alice in Wonderland Project and Challenge

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Today's project comes from the Cricut Disney Classics cartridge.  How about these Alice in Wonderland images?  The Disney images are time consuming to layer but so worth the effort!

I had to make a centerpiece for a tea party my daughter is having in her 6th grade English class.  While they are not reading Alice in Wonderland, the characters in the book they are reading keep talking about it.  So, we thought this would make a cute centerpiece.

Since it has to survive a day at junior high, I didn't embellish it up too much.  Of course, starting the project at 8 pm also had something to do with that...

Everyday Cricut - Disney White Rabbit and Chesire Cat

All the images were cut at 5-1/2", all layers (9 of them!).  I used the Cricut Imagine machine to speed up the process and boy, did it help!  Between the color picker that let me find a nice skin tone color and the ease of getting everything laid out,  the Imagine saved me lots of time and effort.  I just plugged in my layers, colored them and let the machine lay out all the images.  It did take 8 mats worth of paper but keep in mind, each page was not completely full.

Everyday Cricut - Disney Mad Hatte White Rabbit

To make the centerpiece, all I did was take a sheet of 12" x 24" paper and score it every 5 inches.  That gave me a piece to overlap and form the square shape.  I used decorative scissors (insert wide eyes) for the top edge and then even out the bottom using the trimmer so it was nice and even.  This design allowed for the centerpiece to be folded flat for easy transport to school in a 12" x 12" plastic envelope.  Did I mention we brought 30 cupcakes also?  Lots to carry.

Everyday Cricut Disney Alice in Wonderland

And now a word about the cuts themselves.

Everyday Cricut Disney Alice in Wonderland
 Alice, Alice, Alice.  She would really prefer to be cut even larger then the 5-1/2" I chose since her eyes and mouth are no bigger than a gnat's toe nail at this size.  As gnats don't have toe nails, you get the picture of how small those pieces are.  Also, the whites of her eyes are quite tiny.  I used blue pen to make the blue eyes.

Everyday Cricut Disney Chesire Cat
As a contract, the Chesire Cat wasn't too difficult - the top light pink by his ears was the only difficult section.
Everyday Cricut Disney White Rabbit
Coffee cup gave me fits but the rest was easy on the White Rabbit.
Everyday Cricut Disney Mad Hatter scrapbooking
Finally, the Mad Hatter was probably the easiest of them all!

A tip for using the Imagine to print and cut:  Walmart now has 12" X 12" pads of Colorbok textured white cardstock (40 sheets for $5) and it prints and cuts beautifully!  The colors are rich and the texture adds so much.

We're starting a new thing here at Everyday Cricut: Once a week, we'll have a challenge of some kind and a link for you to share projects you've made.  Don't worry - we won't make them hard!  It's just a way to see all your fun, fantastic creations!  (And we won't own the images...).

So, for our first week's challenge, we're starting with Disney!

We'd love to see some Disney projects you guys have made!  Any kind is good - cards, layouts, home decor, T-shirts, brag books, whatever.  Please link up your photos with your site name below in Mr. Linky!  We can't wait to see all the beautiful things you guys have made!

Click the link at the bottom of this post to enter! Please type your name/screen name in the caption/title section and then choose the photo and link you wish to use. Please link directly to the post with your card, instead of just your general blog.

If you have any trouble, try entering the link first, then upload your photo from your computer instead of "from web".




Be sure and check out Joy's and Melanie's personal blogs for more creative goodness at Obsessed with Scrapbooking and Courtney Lane Designs!

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tblue said...

How adorable! What a wonderful project that probably had a lot of time invested!

ShoppingTamii said...

oh my gosh, that Alice box is awesome!!!!!

wimarinemom2006 said...

Fantastic project the time was well spent. Another cartridge to add to the ever grown wish list.

chignon said...

Thank you for the honest commentary about the difficulty of the layers...and I agree the results look spectacular, making it worth the effort :) Love the challenge idea :)

jplatt said...

Wow the children are going to love this centrepiece who have done a wonderful job. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

Janette P
platts2011 at hotmail dot com

Ryansmaama said...

Love your project. I think I need that cartridge. Thanks for the challenge.--Ryansmaama
gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

Jamie said...

What a great project and challenge. Thanks for sharing.
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

pcrusberg said...

Your project is just adorable! Well worth dealing with a lot of layers and pieces of paper that size of a gnat's toenail. LOL!

Happy Librarian said...

What a cute idea! I can see some colorful tissue paper inside with some delicious tea biscuits. I like to do a Poet-Tea with the kids I teach. Thanks for another great tool.

Kaybug said...

That is such a cute centerpiece, your daughters class should love it!

Delta Dawn said...

Great tea party idea! Great project!
Thanks for sharing.
dawnjonesaldrige@gmail.com

My Creative Time said...

O M G!!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your Disney project!!! You just TOTALLY SOLD ME once I saw the CUTE litte Mad Hatter!!! I am off to order this on the ASAP!!!;)
BIG Gypsy Hugs,
Emma;)
P.S. THANKS for the challenges! what an AWESOME idea!;) GREAT job ladies!

Dee said...

Great project as always.

Susan said...

Amazing, what a fun centerpiece. All the layering does seem so worth it. You are an inspiration for those of us who maynot be that into layering. Thaanks for sharing.

Maureen Reiss said...

LOVE the centerpiece!! You were busy!! The kids are going to love it!!

Susan said...

What a wonderful project and an amazing job with the layering. You are an inspiration for those of use who are not so fond of layering.

Donna said...

This is where owning this great machine would be wonderful. With all of the vibrant colors that go with this project, wow! Just - WOW! It must be very difficult to do this with out the Imagine. I'm sure you still had a ton of work to do (it sounded that way) but I can't get over the colors!

I'd love to win it! I'm really happy to see others' work, so thank you for opening up that opportunity for us to share with one another.

Blessings, Donna
grandma4five

xxsquigglesxx said...

Great project! I love Alice in Wonderland!

xxsquigglesxx(at)gmail(dot)com

Anne said...

Cute project. I don't have the time or patience to do something like that. :)

Aelem @ aol dot com

kim.mom said...

WHAT AN AWESOME PROJECT!

mga said...

Adorable centerpiece! I'm sure they would have a blast! Thanks!

Kelly said...

What a cute project and challenge? Love you center piece. Too bad that I don't have that cartridge but it will be on my wish list. Need to make something for you fun challenge.

pameladixon said...

I love the project and everyone sharing their creations. I too have discovered the Wal-Mart paper and am very impressed. I have some old pics of the kids at Disneyland, so great inspiration to get started. I can't wait for Sunday and the drawing, it's hard to concentrate at work this week with all the excitement.

ellen s. said...

these are amazing details!!!! but totally worth the work. awesome

Scrappin Grannie said...

Love the Disney box project with all the characters on the sides. I own most of the Disney cartridges since I love most of their characters. Many do need to be made at a larger size since they have many small pieces. thanks for sharing. Would love to own an Imagine.

Carol said...

Fabulous projects! I really need to get this cart. TFS

Preacher'sWife said...

This centerpiece is so cute! I don't have any young 'uns but it would be cute if I did!

Scraprelief said...

WOW WOW and WOW, that was alot of work, but oh so cute. What time did you get done????

Great job, hope her classmates enjoyed it and the cupcakes.

Julie

Michelle said...

What a great centerpiece! I can't wait to try the challenges once I get my cricut!

Kimberli said...

What a neat centerpiece, so many layers is what really makes it amazing - thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!!

Kelly Massman said...

Oh, how fun!

Katherine said...

What a great centerpiece. I can't imagine how long it took you do make it. I know your daughter was very proud though.

Jessie said...

Oooh, I love this! OK, and the fact that you can do all your layers at once and print your colors on the imagine makes me drool. I REALLY hope I can win it, thanks so much for the chance! jessio22@yahoo.com

Linette said...

I love your project! I cant wait till i get this cart. I think im going to as for it for my birthday :)

Brenda said...

So super cute. I wish I had a disney cart,

Paula said...

Awesome disney layouts. I love the Imagine has the perfect disney colors so I would not have to sort through paper.

Sarah said...

This is amazing! I absolutely love it! Looks time consuming, though... I guess that's the price you pay for something so detailed! Everything is perfect.

Karen said...

What a cute centerpiece. It does have alot of cuts to it. TFS!

Kwillis_15 at yahoo dot com

Connie said...

Each day's project is as cute as the first!! I LOVE the Cricut!!
Connie

Natalie said...

Love this centerpiece. Another great idea to inspire me!

Grammy GG said...

Wonderful, bright and cheerful centerpiece, Joy. I'm sure your daughter and her class loved it.
Grammy GG

Cricutjunkie said...

This is an awesome project. I love the disney cart however they are a little challenging. Thanks for the chance to win. Traci

Cathy S said...

I can see where using the Imagine on these cuts/this project helped you alot! Great job and thanx for the Wal-Mart tip.
Cathy s
seashore@telus.net

Mimi said...

Adorable box!! I am enjoying everyone's creations as well!

Pamela said...

I love the Disney cuts! They can be challeging at times, but you're right, they are so adorable! thanks again for sharing!
pam4pma@gmail.com

Sharon said...

Awesome! Love the smaller than a gnats toenail comment! Funny but so true with some of those Disney pieces!! :)

Stephanie A said...

What a cute idea! An awesome way to show off just what a Cricute Imagine can do!

sassygirl4u27 at yahoo dot come

Karen said...

I am surprised once again at what the Imagine can do. Wow - TFS!!!
cheers, Karen
alteredscrapbookingdotcom

Kimberly said...

Wow, talk about patience. The center piece is just incredible and I love the idea of the centerpiece. It would be nice to make centerpieces to correspond with the holidays, also. Thank you so much for sharing.
Kimberly

Anonymous said...

Being a fan of Disney for as long as I can remember, all I can say is I love all your projects, creativity is in the air ;) I am a new user of the Cricut Expresion and I am already thinking how fabulous it would be to own the Imagine, god luck to all! Have a lovely day!

lizzy75us@bellsouth.net

Luv Scrapping Together said...

Love the centerpiece! The colors are beautiful!

Kristie Maynard said...

Great project! I'll upload mine as soon as I can get my camera to work! TFS

Mary Jean said...

wow! The colors are so vibrant!!! I so want this cartridge! Not because any of the little ones are into it but I sooo remember from when i was younger!

JustYolie said...

Love it! The cuts aren't too bad to put together when you cutting big.

Anonymous said...

Love the centerpiece! I'm sure your dd was proud to display it in her classroom...TFS!

Carol aka cyimbugbitten
bugbitten at hotmail dot com

suzy said...

Wow, Amazing Job!! I can't imagine all that layering. Thanks for sharing!!

Thread and Thumb said...

Oh! That Alice bag is SO professional looking - WOW. If I had an I, there would be no end to the cards, banners and - thanks to this inspiring piece - centerpieces. I am a follower and added your badge to my blog (click my avatar to get there!)
M...

Gayle said...

This is great...just imagine!

Elizabeth said...

Cute idea for a center piece! I'm going to have to start practicing my layering!!

Miss Dhilly said...

Love your centerpiece, it is absolutely a great idea for the junior high age group. I also love the idea of having a challenge to see creations by others, what a fabulous way to make your blog interactive and even more fun!

thedhillonz@hotmail.com

angelbaby said...

I am always amazed at how professional the cricut and imagine make things look. Your daughter must have been so proud. I can just imagine her telling her classmates and teacher, "My mom made it". Thanks as always for the inspiration.

Crhiga said...

Very nice centerpiece!! Love the fabulous detail!!

Carol

Karen said...

Love your Alice in Wonderland!!! I would be a very happy camper to win the giveaway an Imagine is out of my league to buy!!!
Your blog rocks!!
Happy Crafting!!
Karen dkolopez@msn.com

farmlifewife said...

What a centerpiece. This is so cute. Bet it got rave reviews. You should be proud. Thanks for the chance to win.

connie said...

Love the project!

3dotsmom said...

wow, that is an awesome centerpiece - not sure I would sent it to a junior high school, lol!! Cant wait for the drawing on Sunday.

Michelle

Carrie K said...

Wow! What a great centerpiece! I ordered my Disney Classics cart on Monday. I can't wait to play!

Lakeshia B. said...

Disney, wow! That was a great project!

CathieForman said...

I loved this Alice and Wonderland centerpiece. It's getting me more excited for my trip to Disney in a couple of weeks. I am working on making an autograph book and these cuts are not easy.
thanks for sharing.
cathieforman at hotmail dot com

Just Me said...

That is quite a centerpiece. I can't enter the challenge since I don't have any Disney carts. But I see some great project entries.

Shaun said...

Great project, how do you come up with these ideas. You inspire me to get out all of my supplies and go to town.

Nadia's World said...

Wow! What an awesome centerpiece!! Everything looks so cute and the colors are vibrant. Very cool!!

TFS!!

Nicole T.
Niclax13@gmail.com

Debbie said...

this is a lovely centerpiece thanks
upnurse at aol dot com

DebJoAl said...

Very cute centerpiece! Looking forward to seeing all the entries you will get the Cricut Disney Classics cartridge1

Simmons Family said...

I love the idea of a challenge every week. It's always nice to have others inspire you through their own projects - love it! Keep up the good ideas :)

vwestermeyer said...

The centerpiece is amazing!!! I hope one day my skills are up to something that wonderful.

Dixieglitzie said...

i've always wondered what the character cuts would look like and now I know...beautiful! TFS.

Jean said...

Wow - gorgeous!

Cynthia B. said...

Amazing projects here! Love the vibrant colors on is Alice in Wonderland project!

Chris Wooten said...

I will see what I can make tonight..thanks for the info on that cartridge. I have it but not used it yet..

mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

Loraine said...

Too cute!!! I will definately have to enter the challenge!! Thanks for all the great projects you share.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful! I'm glad to hear you used the Imagine. If I win I will try!!

Janell

Mar said...

Great centerpiece and the colors are so vibrant! I bet the kids were just amazed to see it. I love all the Disney entries, ya'll are so talented.
Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.

Martina R. said...

Love the centerpiece and what a great idea for us to participate to show of some projects. Although I do not currently have any disney cartridges, I am looking forward to some other themes so I may enter a card or two also. You guys are wonderful.
Thanks!

Denise-Scrapmouse said...

Great centerpiece! Thanks for sharing.

coupondenise at live dot com

Brenda said...

I am constanty amazed at the different projects that can be produced with the Cricut and some talent. I hope I win the Cricut Imagine so that I can begin making these wonderful projects!

ulubieniec said...

Your project are always so fantastic and I enjoy reading how they were created. Hopefully I will get enough courage to join in the Challenge.
Thanks for the chance to win the Imagine!

Lara said...

This is so totally cute! Wonderful work! lclass003@gmail.com

ksqueenb said...

Your centerpiece is really cute and I am sure they loved it.

Gnat's toenail, you had me rofl!

majessie18 said...

I love this centerpiece. What a great idea! I simply love all the disney cartridges. I think I need to get a few more :0

Toothfairy said...

Joy, I just love your centerpiece. So colorful and bright! I love making little gift boxes for my grandkids, this would be adorable. Thanks for the great ideas! Your so talented.

Chris said...

Great cards everyone.

Chris Wooten said...

I got a quick and simple card made for your contest. I used Flower the Skunk..inside it says you are too stinking cute

hope i win this machine. thanks for the chance..crossing my fingers and toes..my granddaughter would love to have this machine..it would make grandma the best in the world if i could give it to her..


mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

it is not my best work, but had to get it made quick to enter

KOLA said...

LOL I love the comparison of the small cuts to a gnat's toenails!!! We've all been there!

Tonya M said...

I hope your centerpiece made it to school okay!!

tonya krauth at yahoo dot com

sleigh said...

I think "Alice in Wonderland" has been forgotten and until the movie came out, it's making it's debut again, yay! Centrepiece is great!!! and challenge entries as well ;)

Lisa T said...

Wow, those images are amazing! I enjoyed looking at the entries so far.

Lisa P said...

Love the different images. I need a Disney cartridge for our trip we took. Great inspiration to go get one.

Terri said...

How cute!! I love it!

BunnyFreak said...

Glad you started this.

K Led said...

Oh my goodness I want this cartridge, the characters look exactly like they did in the movie, what a wonderful project.

Carie Ledbetter

Kim Cook said...

Love Alice in Wonderland. This is an awesome project.

Lynette said...

love the box

GreenScrap said...

I love that project!! I am a big Alice in Wonderland Fan!! I love that lettering!! Too cute!!
TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

SherriC. said...

this is a really cute centerpiece Joy!!!!
I also love the challenge idea,
it will be great to see what everyone makes...

Stephanie said...

Wow! I feel like I am at DisneyWorld! I just love the colors, they are perfect! I would just be in my own magical kingdom if I win this great machine. This girl will never give up on her dreams! Thank you for all you do!

ScrappyMama said...

WOW! What a great project...I've got the cart, now I just need the nerve (& the time!) to use it!!! I like the idea of a weekly challenge & hope to be able to play along as time allows; I'm looking forward to seeing all the great projects that everyone makes to share!

Goody Bag Diva said...

That is awesome! You get my vote for mom of the year!

Anonymous said...

This is so awesome, I'd be proud to take that to school :0) The colors are bright and beautiful. I just used my disney dreams come true cart for the first time last week to make my nieces bday card... lots of work but totally worth it!

JANLYNN said...

Great centerpiece and I know the kids will enjoy it. Some really great projects being shared as well.

faye said...

I just love this one. I have to get this cart.

Mrs. Wiggles said...

So cute, my daughter loves Alice in Wonderland, especially the Cheshire Cat. Joy, you and Melanie make the most amazing projects.

PurpleLadyBug said...

Very nice centerpiece! TFS

kperlic at hotmail dot com

Sandee B said...

Such a cute project! You do have to make the Disney cuts at least 4 inches to make the layering eaiser. I sure would love to win the Imagine. Thanks for sharing all the great idea's!

AJoy said...

Difficult cuts, yes...beautiful ones, ABSOLUTELY!

TFS!

April
nginerd at gmail dot com
http://ajoy2scrap.blogspot.com

P.S. Hmm, what should I do with Disney. Oh yeah, I JUST got Dreams Come True!

blueskygirl said...

What a great project! I don't have any of the disney carts- maybe it is time!

Renea said...

What a great box. I love it. Alice and wonderland is great. I love Disney projects.

nurses1977@yahoo.com
Renea

Diane's Place said...

The cuts turned out beautifully and the colors are so vibrant. Great job with the centerpiece. Fingers are still crossed for the Imagine Giveaway!
drivers133@gmail.com

The said...

I would love to see a tutorial on how to create layers with the cricut. This is a nice project but the images look hard to create.

Terrie L said...

Beautiful centerpiece!
Oh, so time consuming, but the results are so worth it!

GabyCreates.com said...

Thanks for the opportunity to share!! and I know the work it takes to put these characters together and you are right, oh so worth it!

lanejoy1 said...

Love all your work. Thanks for the chance to win such a wonderful gift.

lanejoy1@windstream.net

Kayla said...

Great projects everyone. Looking forward to future challenges.

Patti said...

I have this cartridge and have a made a couple of things. I really love what you did. Awesome centerpiece.

bbitster@windstream.net

Bethany said...

Oh my... sooo cute! Makes me wish tax season was over so I had time/energy to work on my projects

Nancy N said...

My granddaughters would love this! They have their own cricut expression and are having a ball with it. They are ages 10 and 12.

kristyscraps said...

Love the Disney stuff! I am working on a Disney album and will have to upload something! Boy that Imagine is sounding better and better!
kristyscraps@sbcglobal.net

The Antonich's said...

WOW. just wow. That project looked like a handful-BUT you made it seem do-able :)
ALso, I LOVE LOVE LOVE that we'll get to share our projects. A little bummed that I've yet to do disney. Elmo-yes. Disney-no. Although I do have a tinkerbell cartridge I've not opened yet....

Kwilt said...
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Kwilt said...

CUTE, CUTE, CUTE! I love Disney and now I have to get this cart now too! Who doesn't love Disney though...what a great challenge! I entered a couple projects that I had done...I would LOVE to win an Imagine! ;) That would cool! :) LOL

Thanks for the opportunity girls!
Hugs...Kathy

Debc06 said...

Wonderful projects. Love alice and her friends.
http://craftywizard.blogspot.com
debbie_craine at hot mail dot com
Debbie

Patrona said...

Those disney images take forever to create! but the end results are totally worth it! that is an adorable centerpeice! nice work! ~*Pd :)

Shari said...

The disney cartrides are really time consuming, however they always look BEAUTIFUL when completed. Great job. I love them all I would love to have an Imagine but can't quite justify it at this time.
Shari Y . . .

SHELLEE said...

This is an AWESOME project--and I do mean PROJECT!! I have shied away from using the Disney carts because the layering sometimes just gets to be too much for me. I truely admire those of you who have the patience to do them--more than once! LOL!! Your children are lucky to have such a talented and organized mother!!
Shellee

Amy said...

Your centerpiece is fantastic!!! I can only imagine how much work putting all those layers together took, but definetly the outcome is worth it :)

morose44 at hotmail dot com

Wendy (aka Roo) said...

WOWZERS!!! It's FABULOUS!!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!!!

wendydotroos2boysatgmaildotcom

Shauna said...

What a great project. I love the Disney cartridges. It would be a dream come true to win an Imagine!!
Thanks for sharing!

dada said...

wow, this will drive this kids banana with all the Disney characters!! All the princesses will love the princesses~ :)

Katrina said...

Wow that is some impressive intricate work! Wow!

Tina~in_ut said...

VERY cute centerpiece~

Kris said...

I love Alice in Wonderland! Great idea and project!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

Stephanie said...

I need to check out this Cart. I love the Disney carts but need to play catch up on them. Thanks for sharing the center piece, it's beautiful

mekei said...

super cool

Peg said...

Great project, oh so much time spent on the project, hope those enjoying it at school appreciate all the work that went into it. It is always fun to do these projects and we as crafters think it is no big deal to put that much time into something but it is nice to feel like it was appreciated! Great job! Thanks for sharing

StefanieC said...

ok, THAT is adorable and beautiful!!!

stefnjohn at bellsouth dot net

The Fillhard's said...

Absolutely Gorgeous! I love it!
Thanks for sharing!
Christi

LadybugCarrie said...

WOW! What beautiful images! Thanks for sharing! :-)

Jayne said...

Great project,like all the detail.

Frank-LEE Speaking... said...

This is absolutely gorgeous. I know your daughter and her class are in for a real treat. I soooo need the Imagine. TFS, Smooches... frankleecrafts[at]gmail[dot]com

Donna said...

Disney is the best, and your projects are fantastic. Thank you so much for sharing.

Donna C.
goCricutgo

Hilda said...

I'm planning my daughter's birthday and was looking at making some centerpieces...I love your centerpiece and it gives me an idea of what I can do with a princess theme. However, it will take me probably twice as long to do one seeing as I only have the baby Cricut. Also, like I've said before, sometimes less is more. I don't think you needed any embellishments for this centerpiece. It looks great.

Julie said...

These are so cute! Thanks for the ideas and the giveaways!

Laura said...

Awesome blue colors...it's a stand out centerpiece!

Laura

Christy said...

What a great project....now I want the disney cartridge!

snoopygirl said...

Ohhhh how beautiful. What I could do if I had an Imagine machine, I am going to college(again @age 45) to become a teacher. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have this for my classes and for the use for church functions, as well for family and friends (gifts and cards) you guys are so awwwsome.

Carol T said...

This is so beautiful. Great for a kids party. I know it was a lot of work, but well worth it!! Did a great job!!

Sara said...

I love the center piece! Such a great project. I think I am going to try this for my son's next birthday party!

Karen said...

Great project. In fact, all of the Disney projects posted are fantastic. How are you finding the ink on the Imagine? Does it last quite a while or are you having to replace it often?

Amanda said...

VERY VERY cute!! Thanks for sharing!!


amandawoodau at hotmail dot com

mom2fivekiddos said...

This is absolutely adorable...and I LOVE all the other projects linked in too!

jamme said...

What a great "little" project. That looked really complicated and beautiful. I would have the most problems figuring out what color to use where. Looks like all your hard work was a hit. Great job!

Trena said...

I just love it when my kid brings me a school project and get to use my Cricut to make something above and beyond not for the reason of impressing anybody but just because I can - and so quick w/ the Cricut. Now I'm thinking how much faster it would be with the Imagine!

Deanna said...

What a wonderful centerpiece, I absolutely love Alice in Wonderland, and I appreciate how you broke down the difficulty levels in assembling all those darn little pieces!

Nana Donna said...

Your Alice in Wonderland project is awesome. So much detail. Wish I could participate in the challenge this week but things are busy but I will watch for it next week
http://nanadonnascarddreams.blogspot.com/

Brandy said...

You did an amazing job piecing the Alice characters!

Heather DG said...

Such hard work, but turned out beautifully! So much fun for you to make that with/for your daughters class, bet she loves it! Thanks for sharing and the great tips! Would definitely be a bonus to be able to pick your colors and print as you go!

Kymjynx5 said...

These images are so crystal clear, This is my favorite Disney movie. Thanks for sharing what an inspiration and great giveaway

Carrie Zrodlowski said...

Wow, what a great project, very detailed.

Leanne said...

OMG! Joy I spit coke everywhere giggling over the gnats toe nail comment hee hee! I've done things with cuts that have pieces that small and whoaaaa will it test your patience to the fullest!!! This is a awesome centerpiece and the time you put in it sure does show! Thanks for sharing it with us and also the break down on each character! I sure it was a huge hit! Hugs, Leanne
tobusyscrapping at bellsouth dot net

DanielleP said...

Great project. I'll bet your daughter's class loved it.
DanielleP

Vetti said...

I love anything Disney, I may just have to borrow your idea for my next disney theme party.


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Kristen C. said...

This is fantastic; I'm so glad I found this blog! I think it would be fun to use the Disney carts to do these for a baby shower, too.

Bees and Logic said...

I was just wondering the other day if there were Disney themed crafts and there are! I love your pop ups you make. I have used the idea on a few cards and people have loved them! Thank you for being crafty!

mimikat33 said...

I love Disney themed projects and yours are great looking. The time it takes to make these is worth it.

Kat
http://cricutcardcreating.blogspot.com

Christina said...

I love this project and I love anything disney!! I can definitely see how the imagine helps with all the different colors of the characters!! Thanks for the chance to win an imagine!! You gals are awesome!!

ccfromflorida

KCWBIC said...

Awe so cute! I wish I had a disney cart to participate in the challenge! I hope those kiddos appreciated your hard work!

Tekla said...

It's great to see the Disney projects!

KKay Krafting said...

Wow! Great project. What fun an Imagine machine would be.
Karen

marcia said...

Glad I'm not the only that has fits with sizing matches. ahh! Seems like Cricut gets better as time goes on... But this is GORGEOUS, love love love!

Crystal Nichols said...

Tha cheshire cat has always been my favorite!

Heidi said...

Love that Alice box. The colors are just gorgeous! Great job!!

jhtimms at pacbell .net

Tammy said...

That is awesome.

Cheryl Winget said...

These are terrific images. I know some grandkids who would love them!

krussellstudio said...

OH MY! Wow, the centerpiece is stunning! You did an awesome job. I don't know if I would have been able to see straight after working on it. Great job!

Marian Gr said...

WOW!!! What a Incredible Centerpiece! Thank you for sharing this amazing project!

Thank you and Provocraft for the opportunity to win this amazing crafting tool-the IMAGINE!

I would love to print my own paper and choose the colors for my images when I make my cards and scrapbook pages.

Again, THANK YOU!

meg_ps6819(at)yahoo(dot)com

Luv2Scrap said...

Absolutely stunning! I think what I like the most about these images is the background of each character. It makes the colors of the image pop!

langmeyer4@msn.com

NanetteMT said...

I don't have anything Disney right now but very cute ideas!

MC said...

Wow, looks like there are a lot of intricate pieces! Nicely done!

Lisa said...

This is just absolutely amazing!! I love everything about it!

http://indymermaid.blogspot.com

Diana said...

Oh my gosh! That is too cute. Can't wait to try that cartridge.

Kassidy said...

Yay! I love it:) Now I am in the mood to watch disney classics:)
Thanks for sharing.

Rose said...

WOW!That looks Amazing the Details!I can see how very time consuming this project was,with all of those little cuts WOW!!!And I love All of the Challenge Projects,I'm glad I don't have to pick a Fav. I don't own a Disney cart. yet.TFS & a chance to win the Imagine!

Kris said...

WOW!!! That looks very tedious. It is absolutely beautiful though. I don't have the patience

Tammi A. said...

That centerpiece is awesome. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win an imagine, I would love it!

Jill K. said...

Your Tea Party "Alice in Wonderland" centerpiece is so cool!
I can't imagine what you will come up with next. So very creative!
I am also amazed at the creativity displayed by so many of your readers. Totally awesome!
OKScrapGal13@yahoo.com

liz at liz's paper loft said...

I love your centerpiece! I'm going to try to get to this challenge!
lizspaperloft at sbcglobal dot net

racqyteer said...

i just love Alice in Wonderland! what a great centerpiece!

AprilsL8 said...

Love Alice in Wonderland!!!

clunt86 said...

I love this idea and I love how you do not have to have the boxes cartridge to make the centerpiece. Thanks for the idea!

JenJackScrap said...

This box is SOOOO cute! I love the Alice images on that cartridge. Darling!

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