Hello my crafty friends, I hope you are doing well this February Monday! The weathermen lied and said it was going to be 50 degrees on Sunday, well that didn't happen! I was so disappointed! Oh well, that's the way it goes. As you know if it is Monday, then it is time for a new challenge over at BBTB2. I am hosting this week and my challenge was for my Design Team sisters to use the charm feature that some Cricut cartridges have. Base Camp, Doodlecharms, Jasmine and Life's A Beach are a few cartridges that have a charm feature. I used Doodlecharms for my charms. I made a Project Life layout, trying to get some of my millions of pictures in an album. So my layout is simple so I can gitter' done! For my journaling spot I put a charm in the right hand corner in a frame. The frame is a die from My Creative Time, my charm is a cute snowman that I glittered with stickles and then put a coating of Glossy Accents on top of. I punched a hole in the frame and put a Tim Holtz brad/jump ring through. Then I opened the jump ring and hung my charm on it once it was dry. So my cute snowman swings freely. I cut two more charms, the snowflakes from Doodlecharms and put a hole in my pictures and attached these two snowflake charms with an eyelet and coated those in Glossy Accents as well. My title I used My Creative Time Alpha's in all caps, with a large snowflake die also from My Creative Time in place of the "O" in "got & snow". And that is it folks. Simple, fast and easy. I think the charms are so cute and I really love how they look! I will be using this feature more in the future! Want to see more inspiration? Then go over to BBTB2 and see what my DT sisters have for you. Now it is your turn, lets see how you use Cricut charms on your project! Make sure to use your Cricut for the charm and then link up with us so we can see your lovely projects.
As always I want to thank you wonderful peeps for taking the time out your day to visit me. I love your sweet comments, you truly make my heart sing! Crafty hugs, Brenda