Calling ALL beginner Cuttlebug Users!

Welcome to the Cuttlebug Blog. We are excited you have stopped by to visit. So relax, kick off your shoes and enjoy your stay here. We have decided to dedicate this site to beginners! (Seasoned Veterans welcome too!) As I am a beginner Cuttlebug'er I have looked around other blogs and get kind of discouraged by all the very advanced (and fabulous) designs. So I thought to myself, beginners need a place to feel welcome, make mistakes (as I am sure I will ;) and grow with creativity! So lets join together and Create, Inspire , Teach, Grow!

Monday, March 22, 2010

This weeks DT inspiration!

Good afternoon everyone! I realized about 1 hour ago that I totally forgot to post this weeks inspirations by our most SPECTACULAR Design Team! Here I am thinking that everyone forgot when really.... they are so on top of it.... they had their projects done a week ago.... and I forgot... So essentially it is all my fault they are late! But... we can all keep in mind I made the promise in my commitment at the top of the blog to make mistakes! So... I guess I am on the right track! Thank you all for coming by and sharing your love with our DT! And Most thanx to the DT for putting up with my forgetfulness!
On to our still GREEN themed projects!
Suzann
Recipe: Cuttlebug embossing folders: Victoria & Morrocan Screen, DCWV Green Stack pattern paper, bazzill cardstock, Clear rain dots, "hello" stamp by Close to my Heart, buttons are creative cafe, black & mellow moss ink from stampin up.

Lynne
I made this Pluto autograph LO for a swap I am in. I used Swiss Dots on the photo corners. I added some ink so you can see the dots better. I used my Mickey Font Cart for Pluto, cut at 3 inches. I used learning curve to cut the letters out.

Sabrina
Recipe:
Cuttlebug embossing folder: Spots and Dots
Cuttlebug Die cuts: Alphabet- your not the boss (we will), love language(miss you)
Cricut Cartridges: Indy Art(butterfly)
Paper: Bazzill swiss dots (brown), green and mauve basic cs
Flower: Prima
Ink: Colorbox (brown)
Ribbon and buttons from stash
Glamour Dust: crystal (butterfly)
For more information on any of the projects posted please visit our DT blogs listed on the left. Happy Scrappin'!



2 comments:

  1. Love the way you used the button to make a flower on the Hello card..

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