Sneak Peek of My Weekend Projects

I've been busy being crafty all weekend, sacrificing sleep and peace in my home. Regretfully I can only show you a couple sneak peeks. I have so many more projects I need to finish up and I'll try and post what I can. Most of my projects were for my upcoming Good Things Utah segment this Wednesday...I'll post those with the video probably on Thursday.

But these are a couple projects I was working on for the Cricut Circle Magazine for December. Loved how this turned out...sorry you can't see the whole thing! It's made with Echo Park's Wintertime paper!!


This is a fun project using my Cricut, some vinyl and Etching cream...so addicted to this. I think I'm going to etch everyone something for Christmas. Wouldn't it be cute to etch people's names on some glass plates and give them to them with cookies on them....just don't want to make the cookies!! 

This was a fun project I did using The Girls Paperie Holiday (travel) collection. At first I have to be honest, I was worried I wouldn't be able to pull off anything I'd like, the papers are all so different and don't really compliment each other, but with a little Bazzill cardstock and my Cricut I ended up loving my end projects. Regretfully for now only the Cricut Circle members will get to see what this looked like when it was complete.


Be sure to stop by later this week. I have a fun giveaway on my blog this Wednesday!! It will be worth coming back for (I promise)!!

Allred Design, mommy blogger, scrapbook, paper crafts

6 comments:

  1. Looks pretty, cannot wait to see more!

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  2. Oh!! You're peeks look awesome! I can't wait to see the projects girl!!!

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  3. Oohhh....looking LOVELY! Can't wait to see it all! Stellar work-as usual ;)

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  4. OMG. These would make awesome gifts! Thanks

    stacy at mycraftingtime dot com

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  5. amazing.. many thanks.. for sharing

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