Well it is time over at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog for another challenge.
YOU DID IT!
Create a graduation project.
Remember to have at lease one cricut cut and please let us know what cartridge you used.
Here is my project:
I made 2 of these wallets and they are for the 2 senior co-editors of our high school yearbook.(Our colors are blue, gold and white) I thought this was the perfect gift for them (one male and one female). They are great students and have put a lot of time and effort into this. If you have ever done this before you know it is a great big undertaking. I love every minute of it.
I cut the wallet out of card stock 6 3/4 x 10 1/4 and scored at the 2 1/2 and 6 1/2. The white cs is also cut that size and I used a Martha Stewart punch on it. The flap is cut 1 1/2 x 6 1/2 and is attached with velcro.
Inside I hid a camera and there are 2 mini books inside for pictures. I will be starting it off with some pictures I have taken. Prom was last week and I got a few pictures of that and probably graduation I will get some.
Here is the girly version
Cartridges used on blue, gold and white:
CHS - Babysteps cut 1.25"
Graduation hat - Locker Talk cut 1.25"
Camera - Locker Talk cut 1.5"
2012 - George and Basic Shapes cut 1"
class of - Gypsy font cut 1"
I also used my 1/2" corner rounder crop-a-dile and I used magnets on the mini books.
Thanks for stopping by and check out the other projects from the Design Team at FCCB. Once you check them out go ahead a create a project and link it up. Don't forget to include at least one cricut cut.
I am also entering this in the Cricut Creative Cutter Room Challenge - Graduation - Challenge runs May 17 - 30