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Challenge project- ScrapbookPal Design Team Entry

Challenge Me Monday #6 @ Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog
Winged Thing Theme: Create a project that includes something that fly's, birds, butterflies, dragons etc...

I've been working on an altered cover for my faithbooking album.

Here's a close up.
Challenge #1: Blooming Gorgeous @ Sentimental Sundays
use flowers, and of course, a sentiment!

I'm going to summit this for ScrapbookPal Design Team Entry!!!  Crossing my fingers, this will be my first DT!

Project recipe:
Cricut cart: Home Decor
Paper: 12x12 pattern paper for album and bird, floral wallpaper scrap for matte, cream cardstock for bird and words.
Embellishments:  Prima flowers, gold brads, bronze ribbon
Other: Mod Podge- gloss, and black chalk to give bird definition


  1. LOVE this! I love the colors!! Great job!!

  2. Wow, Sandy, this is a fantastic project. You did a beautiful job on it. The colors are fantastic and I just want to touch it and hold it in my hands. It's beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Fantabulous Cricut.

  3. This is a stunning project! The rich colors, the embellishments, the sentiment - they just go so well together. Beautiful :) Thank you for entering this into Sentimental Sundays!
    - Ann

  4. This is gorgeous! I saw this on the Sentimental Sundays challenge and had to come over to tell you that it is fantastic.

  5. Beautiful. Love the Prima flowers. Thanks for playing with us over at Fantabulous Cricut.

  6. This is gorgeous Sandy! Wonderful project! Thanks for playing along with us at FCCB this week! :)

  7. What a beautiful cover for your book!! Thanks for playing along with us at Fantabulous Cricut!


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