Happy Monday everyone! Do you believe it's OCT 1? I certainly can't, especially since we're having more of a heat wave than we did nearly all summer. I'm afraid I have to apologise to our fabulously talented hostess Jayne at BBTB2 today, because I didn't complete my project for this week. I've been in Chicago for my 40th high school class reunion and the excitement (and stress) of traveling did me in. Decided to pull out some previous "Tree Projects" just so there was something new (well, old, but YKWIM) on the blog here. I think the one above is my absolute fave from April 5th 2010. The baby rocks. You can read about it HERE.
The second one was published in the March 2012 Cricut Magazine on pages 104 and 105. (yea!) You can read about it HERE.
Okay, that's enough because you really really really have to rush over to BBTB2 and see the absolutely FABULOUS work by the DT this week. Looks like they didn't miss me a bit. LOL Also, although I'm a bit behind at commenting and visiting everyone because of my trip, I can't wait to see what you come up with for this wonderful challenge. Just remember the rules and cut your tree with the Cricut.
I'm so happy you came to visit and share in my crafting adventures. I hope in doing so you are inspired. I would love to hear your comments and I'm happy to share my designs for your personal use, but please do not submit them for contests or publication or copy them for any commercial venture.
I've always loved crafting, even as a little girl. My inspiration was my Daddy who was a wonderful artist and made beautiful 3-D Valentines for my teachers in grade school. Although I love all kinds of crafts I haven't had a real focus since abandoning counted cross stitch back in the 80's. Until I got my Cricut in 2008, that is. I've since expanded my horizons and found a new love in coloring both rubber and digi stamps with my Copics. Now I'm a blissfully retired card maker and papercrafter married 42 (!) years to a wonderful guy with two furbabies, Goliath and Jezebel. Everyday I look forward to dreaming up designs and playing in my craft room. I invite you to share in my adventures.