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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Michelle said...

i'm so glad you havent asked me to choose a favorite..because all of these projects are fantastic....and wonderful
this is an exciting giveaway...owning an imagine would be a dream come true!

Scrappymax said...

Wow what a stunning centrepiece and yes I agree, very time consuming but so worth the effort.
With the challenge though, does it have to be new stuff or are you just wanting to see what we have made as I have a couple of disney things but added them to my blog a while ago.
Max x

Mary said...

What a fantastic project, it is so cute, definately worth the effort!

mary3mom at yahoo dot com

Sharmaine said...

Wow that is a great project!!! My next buy is the disney Cartridge!!
Mahalo for sharing!!!
Aloha,
Shar

Cindy said...

What a neat idea!

Bolan at ntelos dot net

Jan Foselli said...

Wow - what great images those are! The Imagine machine rocks!

Kimberly's Creative Blogspace said...

I love that title. It is so bold. Great job on all the images.

Short Scrapper said...

Cute centerpiece! Our PMS group (Parents of Middle
schoolers) used to work really hard to get good grades on our science fair, history fair, etc. projects. If your daughter (you) were getting a grade on this, I bet you got an "A"!

GiGi said...

This is so cool! I can't believe how amazing all the detail there is in those cuts! I am also UBER EXCITED that you will be having challenges! Unfortunatly I don't own any Disney carts so I guess I can't play this week :( But I will play in all that I can!

Parcha said...

I agree with you, Disney cuts are kind of a pain but so WORTH IT!!!
Love how the colors came out. I'm hoping I'LL own an I one of these days, it sure looks like it will make crafting so much easier.
TFS

Scattychick said...

Love this and ALice in wonderland is an old childhood favourite of mine. I have used my Mickey cart a couple of times and it has taught me bigger is better lol. I did my little boys birthday cards with 2" high Mickeys never again!

Anonymous said...

Love the centerpiece. We just got back from WDW so I could use the mad hatter for my Mad Tea Party layout.
kateb@bex.net

Saskia said...

I love everything about this project!

Emily said...

Very cute! Does look quite time consuming, but your patience paid off!

emily@naptimeismytime.com

Cindylu2u said...

What an inspirational centerpiece to kick off the challenge, I've only used my Disney cart once because I know how many layers there are and picking out all the papers is half the battle, If I had the Imagine I could see where it would make it much faster. Okay off to hunt for papers for my Disney project, thanks for the inspiration!!
Cindy

Robin said...

great idea but what if you don't have a blog? can you submit another way? And how will we be able to others projects? i guess i'm kinda new to all this stuff ...or old! haha!

Joan of Canton said...

Wow...FANTASTIC....centerpiece the teacher and class will be wowed!!!

Your tips are great....I just wished provo craft gave better descriptions and directions with their cartridges.

So thanks for all your awesome tips, videos....well you get the picture.

galvananahs said...

OMG this project is so so awsome. Perfect for parties or to have in your home to show of to you visitors. My mind is just going on and on on what I could do.

It is fantastic

BrendaB said...

Love your project, but I especially liked your comments on the image cuts, LOL! As much as I love anything Disney, I have to admit that piecing those images can really test your patience!

Karin said...

What a great idea. What a great giveaway.

Show Love-Make Cards said...

I've stayed away from the Disney images because of the warnings I've seen about how difficult they are to layer. But after seeing this gorgeous project...well I'm reconsidering!

cherie said...

OMG what a great centerpiece.But everything you do is wonderful.Thanks for the chance to win
Cherie

LaurieD said...

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

Sabrina said...

That project is adorable! It appears very time consuming, but it really seems worth the effort! Good luck to your daughter on getting a good grade :)

Love the idea of having a challenge! I do not have any Disney work to share, but look forward to sharing other work in the future.

Amy said...

Wow, this is stunning! I love Disney, but the complexity of the layers is what prevents me from owning any Disney carts.

gshrader said...

Beautiful centerpiece! I'm sure your daughter's class will love it!

hindes said...
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hindes said...

Very Cute Centerpiece
It's fun to make projects for school

Crazy Crafty Casey said...

Wow! That is amazing! I haven't done any Disney cuts yet....all the layers frighten me! But they are so awesome, I may have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing!

Rae-beccadesigns said...

That is an adorable centerpiece! Making home-decor is my favorite. My daughter is playing Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast next month. I am in the process of making things for her. Maybe I will get lucky and can link a project. Thanks for sharing. I still can't believe you're giving away an imagine. My hubby was going to get me one for Valentines Day, but somewhere read bad reviews and refused to buy one. It is still at the top of my wish list. LOL

Becca said...

Too cute. Makes me wish I had a Disney cart...

Kerri said...

Wowzers! That centerpiece is amazine. I loved how the imagine printed the colors so brilliantly. Now I'm wanting it more and more!!

Kerri
www.caresofkerri.blogspot.com

Laney said...

This is just so adorable, I need this cartridge so bad my granddaughter had a Un-birthday party and these images are just what I need to scrap the pics. thanks for sharing.

later tater,
laney

Brigitte said...

Your centrepiece is so imaginative!!! Just love it!!! I love that you're starting a challenge.
brigitteetleschats at hotmail dot com

AmberO said...

I love it! It was so cute. I loved Alice in Wonderland.

Thanks for sharing!

amberolin80@yahoo.com

amylynne said...

Wow!! Absolutely cool!! Your cuts look so good! Thanks for the tip in the colorbok paper! I don't have an imagine yet but maybe I'll win this week! Wouldn't that be a hoot! LOL TFS

TerryM said...

Oh how sweet. Great Job. terry@nqgrg.com

Jennifer~My Creative Crafting said...

That is beautiful! My daughter would LOVE that :) Alice is one of her favorites! Thanks again for the chance to win an imagine! It would be a big upgrade from my Cricut create :)

~Jennifer

mycreativecrafting.blogspot.com

Barbara said...

Love your project. Thanks for the info on where to get white cardstock for the Imagine. I noticed HSN does not have the Bazzil in the 100 sheet pack.

Cheryl said...

That is absolutely incredible. I think the Chesire cat is my fav, but they are all fantastic. Then you also made cupcakes, And they shall call you Wonder Woman.

Tanya T said...

What an excellent centerpiece! I just got that cartridge and have yet to play with it! Well, guess what I'm going to do today? :-) Thanks for a chance to win an Imagine, what a dream that would be! And thanks for this blog, I love checking in daily!
Tanya
thomfam@inreach.com

Texas Stamper said...

Very cool project.

Rachel said...

Wow, this is really cool! I have no Disney cartridges, but this makes me want to get one (and I'm coveting an Imagine already)! :)
Thanks!!

Paula said...

I am a HUGE Disney fan and this is so cute, cute, cute. I might have to try this. Thanks for the paper tip from Walmart too!!!

Meghankelly said...

Those images are wonderful!! I love the centerpiece and its given me a lot of great ideas!! Thanks!

KidzNkritters said...

This is just amazing! I am so impressed with this cartridge.

Jeannene said...

I love this centerpiece!! Great colors and details!! Thanks for the idea.

Amy Jo said...

Your AIWL imagies are so GOOD. They look really professional.

Kate said...

How fun! What a lot of work - but worth it all! I especially like the dimension of the popped portions.
How exciting to be adding challenges to your blog as well!

Cricut Design Chicks SWARM said...

I LOVE the imagine.. NOW I just need one. :) hmm. will check out my disney and pooh cartr. for a project. thanks for the linky's.. love seeing all the awesome blogs!!

Liz said...

I think for projects like the Disney cart, the imagine probably would work best. Don't have one so I can't give an informative answer, but I think I would miss the whole layering effect if the image was just printed. This is an adorable centerpiece, great work for last minute and late!!!

morgansmom2000 said...

Wow, those little pieces must be crazy. Thanks for your hard work!

Jennifer

Luria said...

OH my goodness I want an imagine. This project is simply beautiful. TFS

Luria

Lana said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! I learned something new about the imagine, being able to choose the skin color from a regular cricut cartridge. This is an extraodinary feature! This feature just makes me want a cricut imagine, that much more!!! Thanks for a chance to win an imagine!

jdahmen said...

What a great idea for a centerpiece!! Then you can make matching placecards, I'm gonna borrow this idea:)

Bonita said...

Great project. Kids should love it. Thanks.

Tami B. said...

I'm in a Disney Blog Hop next weekend so I have been cutting out quite a few of these characters lately. Some of them can be a challenge while others are surprisingly easy. Your centerpiece is great.

difrac said...

Wow, I love the ideas and inspiration I recieve from this blog. Winning an imagine would be wonderful, and right before my birthday.

zenderzoocrew said...

Love the Alice project. I love Disney projects, can't wait to see what people send to you! Love the challenge idea. Thanks again for the chance to win!
Jenny

CHICHISWEETS said...

The centerpiece is very impressive! The way you used pale yellow and sky blue to make the shadows is very clever.

I just learned a few things about the IMAGINE.
It can color the cardstock for each little piece of the design. That's a big time saver(as I spend the bulk of my time fumbling through cardstock for just the right colors).
Also, I thought it only printed pale colors.
I see more vibrant colors in you characters!
Oh, now I need to win that IMAGINE!
Thanks for a chance to win.

Adele said...

Fantastic Centrepiece :)
I love the Imagine for time saving on colour picking, the main reason I bought mine :)
Hugs
Adele

TheLastOfNine said...

Wow 9 layers! It came out so cute. How exciting to have weekly challenges and be able to link up projects here!!!
Gloria

Sandra said...

fun!
sandra ltb

littlen said...

what a fun project. tfs.

Jackie "B" said...

Very nice I know your daughter was so proud to take that center piece to school. Don't be surprise if you are asked to make more. Thanks for sharing and all the inspiration and tips you give.

JenBenLola said...

Wow! How great is that! :) Good job!! JenBrierley2 at gmail dot com

Beverly said...

Very cute centerpiece!

BuzzyBee said...

What a neat project. I know how small those pieces can get because I use the POOH cart a lot. And yes bigger is better. Even then I have found myself recutting something because I have lost a piece. TFS

Kimberly said...

tooo cute!

Megan H. said...

I love your Alice centerpiece. The colors are wonderful and you put those tiny pieces together beautifully. Thanks for the chance to win the wonderful Imagine. It would be a great addition to my Cricut product collection.
Megan H.
mhcards at embarqmail dot com

Luv 2 Create said...

Great job Joy. I remember those days when the kids would come home from school and need a project for the next day and staying up all night to comply so I didn't feel guilty for being a working Mom. Thank goodness we have all the wonderful tools these days to just whip it out in a matter of a few hours. Love this cart. It has such cute cat images on it and great bunnies too.
Marcie

LJ said...

Love this! My dd just danced in an "Alice..." ballet at school, so I'm going to need those cuts for that sb page. Thanks for explaining all the layering.

lmkindell1 said...

All of the projects are great, and even more reasons to want an imagine

Laura said...

So you've just given me another reason I'd love to win the Imagine!! :-) you DID pick/print the colors just right!! And starting the project at 8pm--sounds like my house! :-) Thanks for another great project!

Dixie said...

You have the patience of Job! It turned out great though...so worth it.

Carissa said...

What a great project!! I don't own any Disney cart so I don't know about the layers but they look intense. I thought at first your centerpiece was a Kleenex box cover. That would be a cool craft too. Love the challenge idea too!!

Caroline said...

TOO Fantastic! The details. This is so cute and you put so much work into it. You're a good mom.
Wish I had an Imagine.

Corrie M. said...

WOW! Great centerpiece!! Can't wait to see all the entries for your challenge.

Jen_H said...

This centerpiece turned out beautifully! Just added to my reasons I just have to have an imagine! LOL TFS!
Jen

jholton0503@yahoo.com

Kelly said...

Love the project! Alice is one of my favorites. TFS

Kelly

Nancy K said...

It is very hard to pick a favorite!! all of the projects are excellent...thanks again for such a wonderful prize!! I have my fingers crossed for an Imagine real soon!!

Tigerrlyli said...

Love Disney! Even though this cart is hard to work with I still like it. Try cutting Thumper at 3 inches. Not so fun but when he's finished he's just so darn cute.

Mrs. Drake said...

I love this idea. I'm sure it really brought the characters to life for them. Thanks for sharing.

Kel said...

Wow.. what a terrrific centerpiece..it's just perfect for a little girls party.. so awesome

CathyinMN said...

Your project is so colorful and bright. It'll really dress up the table. I can see how the Imagine would really help speed up the paper issue. It takes me forever to find and pick out papers, and then I'd have to put them in the right places on the mats, etc.

Anonymous said...

Omg wow, im amazed at this disney project. It looks awesome! If the imagine can help that much, I would luv to have the opportunity to own one. TFS.
~becca~

Kelsey :) said...

OMG - Cricut is revolutionalizing scrapbooking!!! They are super wonderful & so are you ladies and your ideas. Thanks for sharing!

scrappingnana said...

Wow, what a great centerpiece. Yes, layering the images is time consuming but worth it. Thanks for sharing.

Connie said...

Such a great idea! I love all those layers!

wilonestar said...

Your project is Tea-rrific. I dont miss the late night school projects at all.

Alisa said...

Your centerpiece is AMAZING!!!!!! I'm a bit partial because my favorite place on earth is Disney...but that aside it is over-the-top awesome. Looks like the Imagine really came in handy.

Cassie said...

love alice and wonderland, might need to get that cartridge asap! Thanks for such a great contest this week!

okscrappinmama/Donya said...

Wow! That is a beautiful labor of love LOL. This Disney cart I'm really wanting...but I'd like the Imagine more LOL :)

Donya/okscrappinmama @ gmail dot com

Melissa said...

Wow, that's a lot of work but it turned out super-cute!

craftygator.blogspot.com

Nancy said...

Your centerpiece is great! I am sure your daughter is proud to bring it to school!!
I think it is great to start doing a challenge. All the entries are great! Is there going to be a winner and a prize? I cant do this one :( I do not have a Disney cart , I know I should have one but there are so many others I want.

Sandy C. said...

How cute!!! I love it. I would love to see a video of you using your I to pick colors. Maybe not the Alice piece LOL. That would take forever!!! Thanks. Sandy C. sczcecatyahoodotcom.

Nancycs said...

What a fun centerpiece! I love Chesire cat! Here is a cartridge I didn't know that they had. There are so many cartridges now I just can't keep up with them all!

Deanna said...

Great centerpiece, I love it. Wish I could play along with the challenge but I don't have any Disney cartridges so haven't done any Disney project. Will be back to see what everyone else has done.

Mari Harpham said...

Cute project.

I love that you are now becoming a challenge blog.

cindi m said...

These turned out super cool! A Disney cartridge is on my 'to buy' list!

Jaime G said...

What a cute project!Thanks for sharing

Northwoodszoo said...

Here you are, thinking "outside the box" again! Cute, and thanks for the paper source tip.

M said...

WOW!! and WOW!! What patience and great work on that Alice in Wonderland box.

Jeri said...

I know it had to take hours and hours to assemble all those little pieces but what an amazing creation. This is the first stuff I've seen done up from that cartridge and they are just fantastic--little pieces and all. I'm adding my Woody LO I did. I thought the pieces were going to kill me and I'm sure glad I had the photo to reference to, otherwise I wouldn't have known what some of the pieces were because they were so tiny.

candkleo said...

That project is great! It looks very professional. Fun! You can't even tell you struggled with the bitsy parts. :) Thanks for your great blog! Kelly

joni said...

Wow! That is fantsstic!!! I have heard how difficult the Disney cuts are unless you cut them fairly large, so I've not tried them yet! I'll bet they loved the centerpiece and it was the talk of the table!!! Anyway, its super cool!!! TFS
hugs,
joni

DonnaM said...

you can never go wrong with anything disney, but this is better than over the top! you did an amazing job!!!!

Helen said...

Love it! I have several Disney carts but haven't cut any characters :) I think I'll have to try though they won't look as good as yours!

Jamie said...

This is really cute!

chinakat72 said...

So cute! I can't believe you did all that in a few hours. Those Disney cut outs are like an insane puzzle sometimes. It's too bad they can't modify them if you want to make them smaller. And thanks for the tip on the paper!

Clare D. said...

I love challenges! Are you offering prizes, and if so, is it a random drawing? Oh, I love prizes! cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

Joyce said...

The details on this centerpiece are adorable! Such a cute idea! Thanks for sharing!
jdwlo

Karen Wilson said...

WOW!!! LOVE this project! This is amazing and looks so cool!!! TFS!!!

Is there a limit to the amt of entries we do???

Judy said...

Wonderful colors. I can't believe how vivid they are. Sure would love to win the Imagine even more!

LisaRosan said...

Cute-CUTE-CUTE!!

Ami said...

Super Cute! I bet the kids will love it.

Amber's Crafts and Stuff said...

WOW! What an awesome Alice in Wonderland centerpiece!

Juli said...

Anyone else having a problem with the link thingee? My thumbnail is like 57kb and it keeps telling me that it's too large, to make it less than 1 MB. ArrrgghhH!

Heather said...

It looks like that would take awhile with all those tiny pieces to layer! I'm excited to see what other challenges you come up with!

Lisa R. said...

What great projects! Love the box and it's bold colors. Thanks for sharing. joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

Marilyn said...

Love that Disney project. I have the cartridge and will try to use it for the challenge. Thank you for the inspiration.!

annied said...

What a beautiful project. Imagine how difficult it would have been without a cricut!

Deneen said...

Fabulous centerpiece. I love Alice in Wonderland. Good luck to everyone in the contest.

Brookely said...

so cute! love the alice theme!

Glora said...

This is AMAZING. Yes, the Disney stuff takes some time but can turn out beautifully! I love it whenever I take the time to put one together. Hugs- Glora

Jilleen said...

How cute. My kids are so scared of Alice in Wonderland and won't even watch the johnny d version. I guess it is like Wizard of Oz for me! I still love your centerpiece.

mrsjoe said...

wonderful project!

CARDS by SUSAN said...

Absolutly adorable ~ what we will do for our kids!
Thanks for sharing
Susan

Marta said...

That centerpiece came out awesome, particularly since you started at 8:00 p.m.! LOL Thanks for the chance to win an I and I love that we can also now share our creations.

Marta
sassyscraps1@yahoo.com

CRAZY4CHRIST said...

wow that is alot of details in your centre piece, if i had to do it with my expression i would go insane( i don't have an imagine)or a disney cart. maybe if they go onsale i might have to buy it!!. Great job!!
sierrababy08 at hotmail dot com

Dee said...

All of the projects are great, and even more reasons to want an imagine.
Awesome!

debbie susee said...

Love al the layering.

Patricia said...

As always, another beautiful project. I would LOVE an IMAGINE!
Trish S.
btsibo3@hotmail.com

Lynne said...

Wonderful images, so much detail.

Mikel and Malika said...

The more I see the imagine in action the more I need one.

Linda said...

You did a fantastic job on this project!

Tammy said...

OHHHHHHHHH MY GOODNESS........YOU KNOCKED THIS OUT OF THE PARK!!!!
I love, love, love it!!!!
Your colors are bright and cheery and this is just a fabulous make.
I would soooooooo want my number picked for the imagine so I could create things like this.
FABULOUS~~~~once again!!!!
Smiles...Tammy

MeGlo said...

I love all the Disney Carts but the work.... I would have to own an Imagine to really utitlize a Disney cartridge.

cheryl@pavlacka.net said...

OMG! Now I want to win the Imagine even more. What a beautiful set of Alice in Wonderland boxes. You are the most wonderful MOM!

carmen said...

OK..its official, I HAVE to get this cart. My kids are all teenagers now, but they use to watch these classic Disney movies everyday. I have been thinking about using this cart. to create some layouts for the kids and bring back some fond memories. I am going to do it!!! They look so beautiful <3. Thanks for sharing this cart with us today :)

motherloves3 said...

WOW, wonderful centerpiece and such a lot of work. TFS

Nana's Paper Things said...

What an adorable centerpiece. Thanks for the new "challenge" part of your blog, should be interesting.
LizW in TX

Just A Pac Rat said...

I love your project, so cute! I am also sooo excited that you are going to start doing weekly challenges. Cricut challenges are few and far between, so we need more for inspiration to get projects done. Thanks for hosting and I will be playing along.

circlebenterprises.blogspot.com

Jennifer said...

That is gorgeous! Looking forward to seeing all the Disney projects. We are going the last week of May!

Rebecca said...

I love working with layers!!! Your centerpeice turned out amazing! TFS.

cdaily28 said...

Wow love it! Your characters turned out great! Can't wait to be able to do the challenges once my hand heals!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Love it, but then again, I love all things Disney. I have to get that cart.
marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com
subscriber

Denise said...

Gorgeous centerpiece. Anything that has Disney characters on it, is okay with me :) Can't believe that was a fast project.

Miranda said...

Love, love, love your projects! And I love Disney! What an awesome giveaway, I would love to own an Imagine! Thanks for the chance to win and thanks for all the inspiration!

mlenclade at gmail dot com

http://www.nanasscrapspot.blogspot.com

Christie said...

Such a`cute project!!!

Beth Anne in PA said...

What a cute project! I bet it garnered a lot of smiles while they enjoyed their 'tea and crumpets'. I bet your Imagine saved you lots of time matching all those colors in something like this. Right now I can only dream :)

Beth Anne in PA

Court said...

Very fun! The thing that I think would be fun about the Imagine is that you could have not layered them out and just had it print the flat image for you, right? I hope I win one so I can answer my own question! :)

Anonymous said...

What a great project. I need to dig out my disney cartridge and try this!

debbie from the great white north

Lo said...

Cute. I'd want to do something similar with Beauty and the Beast. I'd love to win that imagine!

Nancy said...

THe ideas this week are so fun,,, THanks
Nancy
nkmedar56@gmail.com

Vanessa said...

I'm impressed---If I had started on just one Disney character at 8 PM, I'm sure I would still be working on it! Your centerpiece is adorable! TFS

Jeanie said...

That centerpiece is wonderful. You did a wonderful job. Every detail was perfect!

Ann said...

Great project. I haven't done any Disney Projects but enjoy your blog so much and have learned so much from your videos, etc. Keep up the good work! Fantastic giveaways! (even if I have never won! LOL)
Mstgane
Ann

Samantha said...

Nice job on your centre piece! Very cute. You have really intrigued me about the imagine...i guess i really need to play with my cricut machine alot more.
Thanks for sharing all of your wonderful projects.

magskn said...

Oh My Gosh - that looks so wonderful and so time consuming.
Not sure that I have the patience for that.

IRW Dana said...

I can think of so many little girls that would love to get this box. Thanks for the inspiration. papermemories4u @ yahoo .com

carine_55 said...

fantastic ! so beautiful !

mamawcindy said...

Just love your Disney Centerpiece. My 4 year old Grand daughter would love this. The Disney Classic Cartridge is the next one on my list to get. When the Imagine first came out,I thought No, not going to get one. And now I want one so bad. Thank you so much for the chance to get one. :0)
cindymarshall63@hotmail dot com

cmmartindale said...

Wow you hit it right on!!! Disney and Everyday Cricut two of my most favorite things :)

Keep up the fabulous work

~Christine

jcamp2020 said...

Any Disney cutout is a challenge. After doing a Disney book for my daughter, I thought ..never again. Well, we just got back from WDW with the grandkids.. see me cry. Got picts with all the characters...anyone got stickers? I didn't even blink when you said "decorative sissors"!

jcamp2020 at aol

p.s. Got a new puppy yesterday..Puppies and scraprooms do not mix...she like paper! And cords.. and waste baskets.

AShu93 said...

This looks really great! Alice is one of my Disney favs.

lindagk23 said...

What a great project! It is so cute! Thanks for sharing!

Shellie said...

of all the cutie projects you do this is up at the top! What a fun project and so so cute... I love Disney and would love Imagine because those layers are tricky and I"m always running out of the color I need for eyes or tongue layers or some other minor yet necessary layer.

kay mcbride said...

what a beautiful centerpiece!! i so love dsney and would love to get that cart. i can understand about the layering, i did some with my paisley cart and some of the pieces can get really small. but the overall project is usually worth it. great job. look forward to seeing everones work.

R said...

Fabulous project!!!

The Imagine give away is awesome!!!

rhaun64@gmaildotcom

Karla Yungwirth said...

This project is really cute! Love that you used it as a centerpiece.

alwayscharlie said...

Oh how fun! I love the Chheshire Cat!

Mary Ellen said...

I'm sure your daughter's class really enjoyed the centerpiece. It turned out really nice. Your instructions are so clear. Thanks for sharing.

Melissa S said...

Wowzzza! That was my first thought when I saw your Alice in Wonderland project. Nice job!

Em'smom said...

Wonderful just wonderful! each and every one.
Lori

JustJules said...

WOW! What a labor of love! Thanks for sharing with us! Love the new challenge idea!

Lehman's said...

Thanks for the cute project! I cannot wait to start submitting my own creations!

Lanadannysmama said...

WOW! Is all I have to say!
~Monica
Lanadannysmama@yahoo.com

Coley said...

I've been doing quite a bit of Disney stuff lately...my next Disney cart will be the "Classics." Can we submit more than one project for this challenge?

StefanieH said...

WOW i love alice in wonderland and these projects are awesome.

Thanks

Denise Laughlin said...

I really love the Alice in Wonderland. I have not attempted any of the Disney cuts, but you did an amazing job and it turned out beautifully!

*Linda-saved by grace* said...

Way tooo stinkin' cute. I <3 Alice in wonderland!!!

DVSeaman said...

Love this, so incredibly colorful! Great job!

valorieann@hotmail.com

Jenette Marie said...

Love all the Disney stuff!

Kaypossum said...

That is a beautiful centerpiece! Wow

Amber S said...

Wow! That centerpiece is amazing!

-mandy said...

Fun disney projects! The imagine sure makes them look nice, wish I had one!
-Mandy
hull.mandy@yahoo.com

Sahily said...

Everyday I learn something new of this machine. The possibilities are endless. Hope I can get one someday!Beautiful project!!

coolnana72 said...

Cute, cute centerpiece--I feel your pain about putting all the layers together. Just went through this putting Lightning McQueen together for a birthday card. It was really cute once it was together, but I think he would have liked to have been much bigger and put on a scrapbook page instead.

Scrapper69 said...

LOVE your project JOY! It's so fun and colorful! And thanks for letting us share our creations with you guys... :o)

Jolanda said...

what a colourful and lovely project - I really really like it!!! I am going to have a go at something Disney :)

Just Peach said...

I really, really want to participate in the challenge, BUT I am packing up right now so my Poor Cricut Machine is in a box at the moment! I will be participating soon though!

Kristin said...

The project is just great! I'm not too familiar with the imagine, but its great to know that you could color the layers on a normal cartridge. No trying to find that perfect shade.

Mandy said...

Very Cute!!! Thanks for all the great ideas!

Would love to win that imagine!!!

Crystal said...

that box is sooo cute.i love tea parties with my daughter thanks for the ideas.

nanapuddin said...

That is too cute! love it! TFS! nanapuddin at wildblue dot net

Syd said...

Pretty, pretty! You did a great job. I guess I will have to find out more about the image.

Anniebee said...

Your centerpiece is really cute, Joy! Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorites of the Disney Classics, All of the characters are so interesting. This is a great idea to host a challenge too. I'm not toing to have time this week to enter but I will in the future.

Anniebee
anniebeescraftroom at gmail dot com

Nolu said...

Love your Disney project and I use the Disney Classics cart so much.
Thank you for giving us a chance to win the Imagine.

Roenick said...

OhMyGosh... I love that!!!

When I get home I'll take pics of my cards I made with my Disney cart I got for my b-day.

Can you do a demo on how you made the actual box, please?

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