Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Challenge #76: Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!


Happy Wednesday and welcome to Cooking With Cricut.  Today is an extra-special Wednesday -- we are celebrating the addition of  SIXTEEN new Design Team members for the Spring and Summer term. 
Join us in welcoming the following new designers to CWC:

These lovely ladies are joined by THIRTEEN of our devoted, returning team members:
We are super excited to have all of these wonderfully talented ladies on board. So now on to our new challenge. Today’s Wonderful Wednesday challenge is all about the beloved author Dr. Seuss and his zany cast of fun characters!  Here is what our wonderful designers came up with: 

Olivia used the Kate's ABCs cartridge for this sweet card!
Visit her blog for more details.

Tiffany created this cute bookmark using the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge, the Girl Bookworm and the Seuss Trees digi stamps from PaperCraftingWorld.com.
Visit her blog for more details.


Melissa created these adorable treat bags using the Mini Monsters, Toy Story
and B is for Boy cartridges as well as the Thing One digi stamp from PaperCraftingWorld.com.   Check out all the details on her blog.


Kimmi used George & Basic Shapes and Create-A-Critter cartridges along with
the Thing One & Thing Two digi stamp from PaperCraftingWorld.com.
Visit her blog for all the details!

Natt used the Cindy Loo cartridge for this sweet little bookmark.
Visit her blog for more details.


Suzanne used the PaperCraftingWorld.com Cat with Hat cutting file set to create this adorable double scrapbook layout.  Check out all the details on her blog.


Jamie A. created this lovely framed piece using A Child's Year, Storybook
and Wrap It Up cartridges.  Visit her blog for more details.


Madison used the Formal Occasion cartridge along with the Boy Bookworm and Bear
cutting files from PaperCraftingWorld.com to create this canvas wall hanging for her First Grade Teacher.  Check out all the details on her blog.


Becky created this 12" x 12" scrapbook layout using the Graphically Speaking,
Birthday Bash, Robotz, Paper Doll Dress Up and B is for Boy cartridges.
Visit her blog for more info.


Xochitl created this super cute card and bookmark using the Art Philosophy
cartridge along with the Cat in Hat and Thing One & Thing Two digi stamps from PaperCraftingWorld.comVisit her blog for more details.


Wendy created this double page scrapbook layout using the George & Basic Shapes
cartridge along with the Cat With Hat cutting file set from
PaperCraftingWorld.com.  Visit her blog for more info.



Nita made notebooks and bookmarks for her kids using the Simply Charmed and
Create-A-Critter cartridges along with the Thing One & Thing Two digi stamp
from PaperCraftingWorld.com.  Check out her blog for all the details.


Jamie L. used the Create-A-Critter, Pooh Font and Paper Doll Dress Up
cartridges for this fun double scrapbook layout.  Check out all the details on her blog.


Court used the Gypsy Font cartridge and the Cat in Hat Sitting-Reading
digi stamp from PaperCraftingWorld.com to create her cute card and
bookmark.  Visit her blog for more details.


Hattie created this adorable 12" x 12" scrapbook layout and journaling tag
using George & Basic Shapes cartridge along with the Thing One & Thing Two
and Cat in Hat Sitting-Reading digi stamps from PaperCraftingWorld.com.
Visit her blog for more details.


Linsey used the Plantin SchoolBook cartridge along with the Cat in Hat Sitting-Reading and Thing One & Thing Two digi stamps from PaperCraftingWorld.com
to create this gift tag and reading award.  Check out her blog for more details.


Jenny J. created this cute bookmark using the Give A Hoot cartridge.
Visit her blog for more details.


Jennie used the Designer's Calendar, George & Basic Shapes, Paper Doll Dress Up and Hello Kitty Greetings cartridges along with the Cat in Hat digi stamp
from PaperCraftingWorld.com to create her March calendar page.
Check out her blog for more information.



Now it's your turn!  Link up your favorite Dr. Suess-inspired or reading themed project -- you could be our next Top Chef! Here are the guidelines . . .

  • Must follow the challenge topic.
  • Must be a NEW project for this challenge, please no back dated posts.
  • Must have a link back to this post on your blog.
  • Must link your project through Inlinkz and not just your blog.
  • Must use your Cricut in some capacity.
  • Must have fun.
  • You may gladly combine challenges . . . we love to pile it on TOO!

Join us tomorrow as one of our new Chefs, Wendy Leitel, shares one of her favorite cartridges in our Thursday Cartridge Showcase.  Thanks so much for stopping by and helping us welcome our new and returning Design Team members.  Make sure you visit their blogs and leave 'em some love!



~ CWC Design Team





2 comments:

Nina Merle said...

ok went to paper crafting world and I can not find the stamp... for Thing one and thing two Help please :-(

Sheena said...

Fun challenge!! It brought back memories of my childhood reading all the great Dr. Seuss books. Great Job DT!!

Hugs, Sheena