Cricut Creations

GrumpyMom25

DIS Veteran
Joined
May 27, 2008
Here's an AK topper:


Tree = 3 1/2 inches from Pooh & Friends cart
Sun = 2 1/2 inches from George
Font = 3/4 inch from Mickey Font
Lion = 1/2 inch blackout from Animal Kingdom cart
Zebra = 3/4 inch blackout from Animal Kingdom cart
Giraffe = 1 inch blackout from Animal Kingdom cart

Orange paper is cut at 4x6
Tan paper is cut at 4 1/4 x 6 1/4
The black "ground" is 6 inches wide and then I just hand cut it at the top to look the way I wanted it.
This is gorgeous! Do you mind if I try something like it for my Disney Scrapbook?
 

GrumpyMom25

DIS Veteran
Joined
May 27, 2008
Thanks! I have 3 Disney trips that need to be scrapped ... haven't gotten around to some of my AK pics yet. I love that design for my Tree of Life pic.
 

PrincessNancy96

Scrapbook Mom
Joined
Dec 28, 2005
indexed to here!

Thanks again everyone!!!

If you could include sizes and page colors that would be awesome too!
 

jacksmomma

WWMD?~ What Would Mickey Do?
Joined
Feb 19, 2008
I use the cricut for everything! I use it on literally every scrapbook page I do. I also make cards. All of those can be seen on my blog:

http://toadallyjackamomma.blogspot.com

In addition I made a freezer paper shirt for my sister. She loved it and it was simple to do.



I also made holders for gift cards, but for some reason I cannot find those pictures...I will keep looking.
 
  • disney-akj

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 12, 2009
    This is my first time posting some of my work on the disboards, so I am excited. I never seem to have enough time, but hope to get here more often.


    I used the opposites attract cart and trimmed down the writing on the wording.


    I used two carts, cuttin' up and I am unsure of the other font (Sorry-bad memory)



    We just did a mickey room for my DS and I made cute pictures of Goofy, Mickey and Donald from Mickey and Friends cart. I will have to take pics and post later : )
     

    tubachick

    DIS Veteran<br><font color=blue>Official DIS "good
    Joined
    Jan 16, 2005
    Master Index:

    General Themes:
    Cupid: page 1, post 3
    Sign/School Bus: page 1, post 14

    Layered Titles/Words/Signs:
    Get Well Soon: page 2, post 17


    Disney Themes:
    Mulan: page 2, post 16
    Chip & Dale: page 1, post 12
    Mickey: page 1, post 13
    Donald's Boat: page 1, post 15
    Disney Bus: page 1, post 15
    AK Topper: page 2, post 18

    Links to older posts:
    Dinosaurs: http://disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2322800&highlight=dinosaur






    Links to projects made w/ the cricut:


    Teacher gifts: http://disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2342749 POST 8 has instructions.
    ~~ also, I don't have alphalicious, so I used the same measurements and used the foundations from Mini Monograms.
    Freezer Paper Shirt Stencils: http://disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2314263
    Halloween Ghost card/lollipop holder: used ghost from Paper Dolls cart ~ page 1, post 5

    :thumbsup2 Thanks this is super helpful!!!
     

    moikturtle

    You can learn a lot of things from the flowers.
    Joined
    Jun 4, 2006
    In addition I made a freezer paper shirt for my sister. She loved it and it was simple to do.
    I love the freezer paper idea and have been wanting to try it out, but I can't find the paper anywhere at a reasonable price. All Walmart had was a HUGE roll that was really out of my price range. Where did you find yours? It seems like its a product that's going out of style these days.
     
  • jacksmomma

    WWMD?~ What Would Mickey Do?
    Joined
    Feb 19, 2008
    I got mine at Walmart, but if I remember correctly it was not super pricey. I use it for the shirts and for my preschooler to finger paint on.
     

    logan&tylersmama

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 9, 2006
    I love the freezer paper idea and have been wanting to try it out, but I can't find the paper anywhere at a reasonable price. All Walmart had was a HUGE roll that was really out of my price range. Where did you find yours? It seems like its a product that's going out of style these days.
    Instead of freezer paper -- I made mine with shelf liner paper --- didnt feel like getting the iron out -- worked great -- had gotten a large roll of shelf liner paper at my dollar store.
    Jennifer
     

    jacksmomma

    WWMD?~ What Would Mickey Do?
    Joined
    Feb 19, 2008
    Instead of freezer paper -- I made mine with shelf liner paper --- didnt feel like getting the iron out -- worked great -- had gotten a large roll of shelf liner paper at my dollar store.
    Jennifer
    Never thought of that...great idea! That would be great for wood items and things that cannot be ironed.
     

    nunzia

    You can't top pigs with pigs, but you CAN top Toys
    Joined
    Oct 19, 2007
    Never thought of that...great idea! That would be great for wood items and things that cannot be ironed.
    How do you do this? just stick it on? Iron on with freezer paper? It holds up in the wash?
    such a cricut newbie:confused3
     

    jacksmomma

    WWMD?~ What Would Mickey Do?
    Joined
    Feb 19, 2008
    How do you do this? just stick it on? Iron on with freezer paper? It holds up in the wash?
    such a cricut newbie:confused3
    Basically you cut what you want on the shirt out of freezer paper using the cricut. Then you iron the paper to the shirt waxy size down. That creates a sealed stencil. Then you use fabric paint to paint into the cut out areas. When everything is dry you peel off the paper.

    Here is a link to a you tube video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRyXlSTtHPA
     

    moikturtle

    You can learn a lot of things from the flowers.
    Joined
    Jun 4, 2006
    Instead of freezer paper -- I made mine with shelf liner paper --- didnt feel like getting the iron out -- worked great -- had gotten a large roll of shelf liner paper at my dollar store.
    Jennifer
    I was considering giving that a try since we have shelf liner paper and I've used it before to do etching on glass (it's much more reasonably priced than the Cricut vinyl). It's good to hear that it works just as well on the fabric as a stencil. :-)
     

    dsneygirl

    <font color=blue>My little pirate is here<br><font
    Joined
    Jun 6, 2000
    From Xmas morning. Ship and waves are from "Lifes a Beach" The Wonder logo was done in SCAL


    DH actually made this for our DS in SCAL and then cut out the Fuzzy Flock on the cricut


    And when you need a sigh for Jello Shots you go to the Cricut and SCAL
     


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