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Cricut Circle Magazine Challenge Valentine contest

MY SWEET VALENTINE CONTEST!

We want you to create a fun Valentine’s Day Project. It can be anything from classroom treats to a gift for your sprecial someone!

Please use at least four Cricut cuts and include something edible in the design (even if it’s just candy inside). Upload a picture of your project to the blog under the Magazine Challenge Tab. Only one entry per person. Please include your first and last name as the title of your entry. Entry deadline is Friday, February 11th, 2011 at 11:59 pm Mountain time. Just in time to give it away on the 14th!! Winner will receive a Cricut Cake Mini Machine!!  Prize will be shipped within 4 to 6 weeks after the announcement.

Recipe for paint can:
6 inch med. paint can (Joann's)
Alcohol inks-Cranberry and gold
Pink fiber
2 heart buttons
Frame ( will holder a picture 3x5)and bottom border on can from artistic expressions Beauty by Rhonna Farrer
Adhesive ribbon Love from DCWV
Stickles-Fruit punch, Cotton candy, Xmas red on mini hearts of crown  and platinum on star and Love Forever all from Rock Princess cart-crown cut at 3 inches
Flirty and Lace heart doily's from Lovestruck cart cut at 2 inches
Love memory gem title from Top Line Creations
candy from sweethearts-Fire, Ice and Forbidden Fruits from Twilight Saga










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