Monday, February 11, 2013

Rock Princess with Cricut

Dance or rock star parties are so fun. Last year, my daughter had a rock star birthday party with a lot of dancing.   I used the Cricut Rock Princess cartridge to make the scrapbook pages.  There are so many fun cutouts on the Rock Princess cartridge - great for any rock star.   

The layout pictured on top uses Teresa Collins paper collection FreeStyle: Zebra and Crowns. The embellishments were grouped together in a technique called clustering.  See post about clustering!

The layout on the bottom was created with On Trend Collection by  Crate Paper: Modish.

The rest of the papers were from a paper pack with fun shiny and glittery papers that I found on my travels a while back - perfect for a rock star.  Foam tabs were used to raise up some of the embellishments on the page (the heart with the bow, Rock Star title and Party Girl.



Happy Rocking!
Leslie

6 comments:

  1. so cool. i have a cricut and i really need to play with it more, it can do so much more than i even use it for but i just need to find quiet time to play :)

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    1. Hi Kendra. thanks for stopping by. Yes there is so much you can do with the cricut. Like you said, you just need time to play. Enjoy!

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  2. How cute! I often think about getting a cricut. I know there is so many things to make with them. I am your newest follower.
    Hint: turn off your word verification in your settings and then comments.
    Most people shy away from commenting, when it is turned on.

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    1. Hi Linda! First, thank you for letting me know about the word verification thing. I thought that it was turned off. Thank you, thank you, thank you. All fixed.

      Most importantly, thanks for following. So glad to have you join. The Cricut is an awesome tool for scrapbookers and card makers. Looking forward to connecting with you.

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  3. Love the dimension you've made on these. I also love making the die cutting machines work for me. Looks like your little girl loves the camera. =)

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    1. Thanks Julie. So fun working with dimension. And yes, my little girl LOVES the camera. Makes taking pics fun.

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