Thursday, March 25, 2010

Another Panoramic Egg - .Cut file available


I so enjoyed making my panoramic egg for the Peggy Loves Vintage contest that I decided to make one ALL CRICUT for Custom Crops. It's all done with the Easter Cartridge with just the small circle cut outs around the scalloped part of the egg done with Plantin Schoolbook. The Designer paper is DCWV Nana's Nursery Baby Girl, and I want to point out that both the 12x12 stack AND the matstack are used. I like that the smaller stacks scale down the prints for your smaller cuts. The background in the egg cut out, the bunny, and the grass are all cut from the mat stack, while the outer egg pattern on the front and the inside mat are from the 12x12.
As usual, loads of dimension and the FREE .cut file and complete instructions are available HERE on the Custom Crops site.
The inside sentiment is also from the Easter 2010 cart and I added tiny adhesive gems to enhance the cut. As you can see, this inside mat is the same as the dotted paper behind the bunny on the front, just a different scale. Love that! Don't forget that you have until April 2nd to enter the Peggy Loves Vintage contest for a wonderful prize. Click HERE to get the freebie image and all of the details.

32 comments:

  1. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave.com in the Cutting category today [25 Mar 05:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  2. i just downloaded the most amazing and beautiful egg that will be my easter present to those for are worthy of this stunning creation!!! wowo! thanks for all your hard work and design effort!

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  3. Wow Donna I just adore this beautiful egg card it is totally stunning girl :) x

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  4. EGGCELLENT!!! HA HA HA...you had to know that was coming! Seriously, what a cute project!

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  5. Donna, what a sweet card. I love the colors you used...so soft and pretty. I feel a scraplift comin on!!!!!

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  6. Wow.....this is a great card! Beautiful patterns and cut!!

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  7. You know I LOVE this card; I love all the textures, the bling, the colors, the 3D, and that adorable bunny! You're amazing!!!

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  8. Hi Donna,
    This egg is magnificent. I love the colours and the 3 dimensional aspect of it. Beautiful work.
    Hugs,
    Fiona x

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  9. That is a gorgeous card! Better than a chocolate bunny. Love the argyle and plaid. TFS : )

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  10. Oh Donna just beautiful beautiful.... you are just the best card designer I know... you are just so amazing...your work just blows me away!!...every time.... I love this ...just love it... wonderful wonderful job... i may have to try one of my own.... you alway always inspire...thank you so much.
    Hugs
    Jeannie

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  11. Awesome! Love the panoramic egg. This is so cute and such a unique idea for the bunny! Great! Great! Great! is all I can say!

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  12. Wowzers! Donna this is so gorgeous! Love love love your design and the papers are gorgeous. You never cease to amaze me with your wonderful and so creative designs!
    Hugs
    Juliexx

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  13. How cute..I am off to Tahoe for a scrap book retreat, hoping to run over to CC and get the free .cut file.. just adorable. You are just amazing.

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  14. Oh Donna, I love this, it reminds me of the sugar eggs we used to get as kids. Thanks for doing all the work for us to make a fabulous easter card.

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  15. Donna...I like that "panoramic" word. I would've said "all popped up", in my poor English here, lol. I would put it on a frame. it's so beautiful. hope you have a great weekend and thanks again for all the love.

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  16. How sweet this card is! I love that bunny! I'm going to grab the .cut file now. I just got this cart and have been looking for something to do with it!! Thanks!

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  17. Donna, I love this fabulous card, you are so creative, the papers are gorgeous and I love love love shaped cards. My poor cricut needs to be dusted off and I need to buy some of the new carts. Thank you for the inspiration. Hugs Jodie from Oz

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  18. OMG...been here twice today to leave a comment and it wouldn't let me :(
    so let me try it again...
    This egg is adorable...love the dimension and the cute bunny in it... thanks for sharing the file, I will have to try this :)
    hugs
    marina

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  19. Gorgeous my Friend! I love that paper and the adorable Easter bunny inside. Just too cute, I sure hope when we chat tomorrow some of your creativity will brush off on me. No mojo!!!!

    Hugz,

    ~L~

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  20. Ha ha ha, I love your argyle bunny. It's a beautiful card, so pretty I would want to frame it!

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  21. Love it, love it, love it. I really love those papers and the bunny is so cute and of course the dimension is superb.

    hugs
    Kaye x

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  22. Beautiful!!! I love it! The papers are gorgeous, and love the way you put this together. You are soooo talented!
    hugs!
    Sharon

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  23. Words fail me. This is beyond adorable which pretty much describes everything you do.
    Carole

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  24. When I realized that I had missed a post from 3 days ago...well I guess you can tell that I just have not been around! I feel bad that I missed so much! (been cleaning like a mad woman!)

    Well your last TCS project was lovely and I think its great that you try to go all CB for those challenges!

    Your vintage Xmas card was so neat and I love how you laid down the pieces on an angle!

    And this Easter card! Well makes me so excited to use that cart! Justin bought it for Valentines Day! And what great advice about the mat stacks sizing down the prints..I didn't know that!

    Miss you much!

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  25. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Easter post on Mar. 26, 2010. Thanks again.

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  26. This is beautiful! I am intrigued with the dimensions of it! SO creative.

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  27. I sooo love how you mixed the pattern papers together...and you always do it so well...another awesom 3-d card girl!!!!!

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  28. Gorgeous! I just love the dimension you give your creations!

    (-: Heidi

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Thanks for making my day!