Monday, March 12, 2012

Cartridge Showcase: Cindy Loo




Hello everyone it's Natt  ( Tinynatt ) here with you today to share with you on cartridge showcase.

Cartridge today is " Cindy Loo"


This cartridge is one of the very first cartridge I bough when I got my Cricut machine and also I use it a lot in so many projects.

With cute critters shapes and fun alphabet that come along with adorable frames this cartridge is turn to be very handy when it times for you to crate an easy project to brighten the day.

Let's take a look at what I've made using this cartridge.

" Home sweet home "
I love making home decor using embroidery loop because it's cheaper than photo frame lol 
On this project I cut < squirrel > and layers on fabric at 2" then < tree > and layers at 5".
Iron them on linen put on embroidery loop. 
Add buttons and hand embroidered word HOME SWEET HOME on it.



" Yummy "
Napkin for your picnic table.
Cut < doll > and layers on fabric at 3.50"
Cut word YUMMY at 1"
and simply layered then iron them on linen that cut 12"x12".



That's the wrap for this cartridge showcase. 
Thank you everyone for stop by and check out my showcase.
For more inspiration please check out my blog at TinyNatt's blog

5 comments:

Maureen Wray said...

I love what you did with combining multiple mediums in one project. And Cindy Loo was one of the first 4 cartridges too... I bought it along with Create-A-Critter and Designer's Calendar (I got Jubilee for free that day too!) at Michael's along with my Cricut at Michael's on the day after Thanksgiving last year :) It holds a special place in my heart! Thanks for the inspiration!

Swoozan said...

Wow what awesome and creative projects with Cindy Lou.  Love the little squirrel and the little tree.  The doll on the towel is really adorable.  Thanks for sharing. 

Melin said...

Beautiful projects Natt! I love your use of this cart! You have given us inspiration to think outside the box! Thank you so much!

Kim Luxich said...

Great job Natt! All your projects were great!

wils6080 said...

Just such adorable projects using the Cindy Loo cartridge.  Thanks for showcasing your wonderful creations for us today at CWC.
Charlotte