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Cricut Circle Weekly Challenge # 16: Cute As a Button Sketch Challenge

Babies are definitely “cute as a button” with their sweet little faces and tiny features. In honor of our Baby Theme, this week we challenge you to create a SCRAPBOOK PAGE or CARD using the sketch below. Your project doesn’t need to follow the sketch exactly, but it should be apparent that you used it as inspiration. Feel free to turn it on it’s side or move elements to fit what you are doing. In addition to using the sketch, we also want you to incorporate STAMPING and BUTTONS (of course!).
Project must be newly created for this challenge and must include atleast 2 different cuts from any Cricut cartridge to qualify. This challenge is open to Cricut Circle Members only. Submit your entry using the InLinkz tool found at the bottom of this post. Please post your full name along with your entry. You must submit a project to be entered into the drawing. Entries are due by 11:59 pm MST on Thursday, January 20th, 2011. This week the winner will receive $25 added to their Cricut.com account OR their choice of ONE of the following cartridges: Freshly Picked, Give a Hoot, Rock Princess, or Wrap It Up. Prize will be shipped within 4 to 6 weeks of Winner announcement.

Here is my version of this sketch. Our family has the first new nephew and my parents first grandbaby. Is'nt he precious. I did a variety of items to this page. I did some distressing vintage photo, ribbon from Kaisercraft Grosgrain ,photos in color and black/white, walmart gliiter cardstock, Vellum qoute. The three major elemnts for the challenge are stamping: feet and hands from stampcraft on tags, buttons: one for the I in miracle and a few others here and there from A Rhonda Christmas and two Cricut cuts from any cartridge: Miracle at 2 inches and love at 1 inch  from the Home Decor cart.

TFL~

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