Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Inking It Up Crazy Fall Design Team - Final Project & FINALLY a Gabby Abby Challenge!

Hi Everybody!
Well, today is a happy and sad day.  It's sad because this is my last DT project for Kassidy over at Inking It Up Crazy.  It has been SO fun being on her Fall Design Team.  I can't wait to see what her Winter Design Team will be creating!!  But it is a happy day, because I am so happy to show you the project I made!  I decided to make a Christmas decoration with a bit of a twist.  And since the challenge this week over at the Gabby Abby challenge is anything Christmas, I decided to also enter this for that challenge.  Gotta love that multi-tasking!!  Here's what I came up with:


Isn't he sooooooooo cute?!?!  Here are the written details:

*When It's Cold Outside (seasonal cart from last year)
*cut 3D snowflake @ 6"
*Grafix Clear Craft Plastic (I got mine at Michaels, and you can use the coupon!  They also used to have 12" x 12" size, and 8 1/2" x 11", but I didn't see the smaller size last time.)
*silver Stickles
*StazOn Jet Black Ink
*Peachy Keen Stamps - Everyday Assortment
*regular blade - depth = 6, pressure = max, speed = 4 or 5


So there you go, I hope you like it!  I will be making a bunch of these to hang all over my house.  These are a perfect low-budget, quick, but pretty way to get my house in the holiday mood!  Don't forget to check out all the things Kassidy has going on over at Inking It Up Crazy :O)


  1. I love it. Very cute. and I <3 rocking out to the music on your blog :D

  2. So cute. I love the face. Where do you get the craft plastic? TFS

  3. OMG!!!!!!! What a beautiful project!!!!! I love it!!!!! I am soo happy you entered!!! Love the PK face of course!!!!! It looks AWESOME!

  4. This is beautiful!!!! I have been trying to come up with some ideas for snowflakes and I was worried about seeing the backs of a paper on some parts and not others. This is not only a practical way to fix that dilemma, but it's GORGEOUS! :)

  5. This is sooooo cute! I have a silly question though, did you actually cut the plastic on the cricut or did you cut a template than trace and cut onto the plastic? If you used your cricut for the actual plastic cutting do you use a chipboard housing and blade and what settings?
    XO ~ Amy Jo amyjrockstar@gmail.com

  6. Thanks for such great comments everybody :O) @AmyJ, I actually cut the plastic on the Cricut. It's just like cutting with thick cardstock. I used my regular blade, had my blade depth at 6, and pressure at max. Your speed should probably be 4 or 5. Thanks for your question!

  7. I love this snowflake.....I am so going to make some, I have about 25 ornaments to make, to give away to my family, (every year I make a new one)and I need them for this sunday... I even have a pack of the plastic already....Thanks so much for the idea....It has been great to meet and be on Kassidy's DT with you, I have learned so much from all your ladies...

  8. What an amazing project!!!
    I am going to have to scraplift!
    Thanks for entering the Gaby Abby Challenge!

  9. wow this is so beautiful I want to come back and see this again and give it a try, Jenny your great I just love it, and its sad to see our team come to a end lets stay in touch still I love to visit your site, even if I forget to leave comments all the time I do visit a lot Debbie

  10. How beautiful!!!!! I love it, TFS! :)

  11. Oh my goodness this is so cute. I love it. I think might have to "scrap"lift it.


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