Thursday, February 16, 2012

Getting Cricky Promo Week - Day 5

Hi everyone and Happy Thursday!! Today is the last day of Getting Cricky Promo Week leading up to our Cabin Fever Blog Hop tomorrow night at 9:00 pm EST. My feature cart of the week is Wall Decor and More. One of the benefits of only using one cart all week is finding cuts that I didn't realize were on there!!


I knew about the Eiffel Tower, but I didn't realize the ticket or the film strip were on this cart. The background shapes are Spellbinders Grand Calibur Nestabilities Labels 4. I embossed the black label with the Cuttlebug Clockworks embossing folder.


I cheated a little and used another cart (shhh, don't tell!!) I wanted 3D flowers for this project so I used Flower Shoppe to cut these three beauties!!


I love film strips!! I have wanted to purchase the Tim Holtz die but haven't gotten around to it. Now I'm glad I didn't :) "Dream" and "Faith" are from the K Andrew Designs Winged Things stamp set. "Hope" is from Splashtastic Summer:




And "You are the weaver of your own dreams" is from Positive Thoughts:


Click HERE to purchase your own set of these stamps or to see the entire fabulous line of K Andrew Designs stamp sets!!

I have blog candy!! I will be giving away one of the newest K Andrew Designs stamp sets, All in the Family!!


All you have to do All you have to do to be eligible to win is:
  1. Be a follower
  2. Leave a comment with a way to contact you
That's it!! I will choose a winner on Thursday, February 23rd. If you stop back for each day of Promo Week and leave a comment, and then again for the Getting Cricky Cabin Fever Blog Hop on Friday, February 17, that would be SIX entries into the drawing!! So please be sure to stop back tomorrow for our blog hop and don't forget to visit all of my design team sisters to see their amazing creations :)

Click HERE for my Promo Week Day 4 project!
Click HERE for my Promo Week Day 3 project!
Click HERE for my Promo Week Day 2 project!
Click HERE for my Promo Week Day 1 project!



32 comments:

Shawn Mosch said...

LOVE IT! Isn't it fun when you find a cut you did not know you even HAD on a cartridge!

Shawn ~ Getting Cricky Design Team Member
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Amy said...

Fabulous!!!!!!!!! I just love the vintage feel and cuts you used!! How you come up with these projects never ceases to amaze me! :)Amy

Scrappin Rabbit Designs said...

Lisa your card is gorgeous! I love this challenge, you are all showing me things on my carts that I didn't know I had. TFS.

Hugs, Tami
scrappinrabbitdesigns.blogspot.com

Cathy said...

Your card is stunning, I go through the same thing, I wish that I had a certain cut and then by surprise I find in a cartridge and get so excited.

Sherrie K. said...

WOWZERS!!! Lisa, this is incredible! I LOVE, LOVE this and the colors and cuts are fabulous. Wow, even the flowers stand out amazing! I think I need this cart! You rocked all week with such amazing projects-SO INSPIRED!!!
Great job as always!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Rhonda Emery said...

omg I love this my friend it is so amazing. great job. hugs

CRAZY4 CHRIST said...

I love the vintage feel of all your projects this week!! The flowers really add to the preoject (I am glad you cheated a bit)
Kristan
GCDT-Sister

Shelly said...

Oh Lisa, you know I'm a fan of anything FRENCH!!! I LOVE this beautiful card! It's fabulous, and your flowers are AMAZING!

Have a GREAT day!
Shelly
http://mypaperlove.blogspot.com/

CraftyLoops said...

I love this card, its amazing. And your flowers are gorgeous. Ohhh a blog hop on my birthday too, how lovely. Lee xx

CraftyLoops@hotmail.co.uk

Pam said...

Wow Lisa you did it again! This is just beautiful:) I love seeing your work, you are just so creative.

Hugs, Pam

Clare D. said...

I am following via Networked blogs. Thanks for the chance to win! I love the Eiffel Tower card. cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

Maribel said...

WOW! Another gorgeous card! You amaze me with each and every single one of your creations. So much talent!
Maribel

girlia said...

Awesome job. Love it

Karen said...

Le sigh. Pardon me while I just marvel at another day of creativity. This design is exquisite, my sweet friend. I've yet to use any of these cuts because I don't seem to know HOW. Hehe. I love that you used Hope, Dream, and Faith as the foundation for the beautiful tower. The papers are gorgeous, the embossing fabulous, and flowers always make the perfect accent. (And sparkle! I love the sparkles!) Marvelous work as always, Lisa. I can't wait to see your blog hop project! Have a wonderful night! :o)

Hugs and blessings!
http://kaleidoscopicsparkles.blogspot.com

Larelyn said...

Wow! Lisa, this is absolutely stunning!!! I love the 3-D flowers and the film strip. It's just such a classy and elegant card.
Hugs,
Larelyn

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Oh my goodness this is so cute-love the papers! Really love your blog just had to become a follower
Wanted to thank you for your visit and checking out my card
Hugs

cricutalltime said...

Love it!love the vintage feel and colors.great tower and photo film.love your those flowers.tfs

DIANA L. said...

WOWZER!!!! I know someone else said it but this awesome. I love the Flower shoppe cart. You just did a great job with the colors.
Big hugs, my friend
DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

Cheri said...

Tickets and filmstrips? This cartridge just moved up on the wish list. Beautiful card.

Cheri - Getting Gricky Sister
www.djssundries.blogspot.com

Mommy's Crafty Creations said...

Beautiful card Lisa!! Love it!!

Veronica Jrdt sister
mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com

Cindy said...

WOW GORGEOUS job with your card Lisa!I LOVE all the BEAUTIFUL details, AMAZING!Have a super day my friend!:)

Jenscrapstoo said...

WOW, Lisa, yet another wonderful card. I just love your style!! And I did not know this cartridge had those cuts too!! Thanks for the reminder!!
Cheers Jennie GCDT - sister

Dayna Sabrina said...

Lisa the card turned out great! I always adore seeing spellbinders dies on your cards and that filmstrip is too cute! It's nice to make a discovery like that on something you already own isn't it? Again, another great piece of work by you!

Linda said...

Love Love love this vintage card!!!! You really did an outstanding job on this!!!!!Wow lisa excellent creation!!!!

littlen said...

beautiful card. love all the dimension. tfs.
littlen44 at gmail dot com

Beckie said...

Awesome!!~!!!

Be blessed,Beckie

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, this is gorgeous. I love your Eiffel Tower. TFS.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Oohlala. Like the shabby chic look this has.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Janet said...

Great card Love the Look and the film strip at the bottom I was looking for one recently thanks for the heads up!
Big Blog Hugs, Janet

Amy said...

Ok. No kidding. You're gonna hear this at least a dozen times... You've done a FABULOUS job with this card (no surprise!!)... I have that cart and have never made a single cut with it... I bought it cuz there was a giraffe and I planned on actually using it for wall decor in my, um, giraffe room!! LOL... However, now I want to go check the whole cartridge out and make a bunch of cards inspired by YOU!! :)

Hugs,
Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com

Michele from MS said...

B E A Utiful! I see so many little details in every corner and really unique ideas! Thanks for sharing! msmith38652@gmail.com

RiNNE said...

stunning project! i am in love with those flowers!

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