Today is my very first blog post as a new member of the Cooking with Cricut Design team!!!
Our first assignment was to participate in the Dr. Seuss Challenge! I really had a lot of fun playing around with this one, and I have created a little show and share to explain how I used my Cricut and Cricut Craft Room to put this layout together.
First, my layout...
Supplies used: Cricut Cartridges: Birthday Bash, George and Basic Shapes, B is for Boy, Paper Doll Dress Up, Robots, Graphically Speaking; Patterned Papers: My Minds Eye, Crate Paper, Sassafrass; Cardstock: Bazzill; Flower Embellishments: Basic Grey; Twine: Divine Twine; Brad: Stampin Up; Journaling font: Vintage Typewriter; Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink; Misc: embroidery floss, buttons.
First off, I used the little top hat from Paper Doll Dress Up
To create the "Read to Me" title for the page I combined a few different cartridges in Cricut Craft Room.
To begin with I used the tag from Birthday Bash.
To finish off my layout I added some flower embellishments and did some topsy turvy journaling down the side.
I hope this helps you if you decide you would like to try to recreate some or all of the elements on this page.
I'd love to see your Dr. Seuss inspired projects too! Link up your projects on the Cooking with Cricut website.
I'm looking forward to sharing more of my creations with you at Cooking with Cricut!