Challenge #70: Anything BUT a Card with Yellow & Polka Dots

Happy Wednesday and welcome to challenge day at Cooking With Cricut!  Our hostesses with the mostess this week are Court, Holly and Nita. 

Holly and Nita


They decided to change it up a bit and challenged the Design Team to come up with a project using the color yellow and polka dots -- and it could be anything EXCEPT a card.  And the DT outdid themselves!!  Check out all these amazing projects and make sure you visit their blogs and leave 'em some love!

Kemma created this flutterby bookmark using the
Walk In My Garden cartridge.  Check out the details on her blog.

Nita created these altered Tazo Tea tins to hold her Copic markers using the
Mickey & Friends cartridge.  For more details, visit her blog.

Michelle used the Accent Essentials cartridge to create the accents and clasp
on her fantastic paper purse.  Visit her blog for more details!

Holly made this sweet treats gift box using the Spring Holiday Cards
cartridge.  Check out her blog for more detail.

Heather created this super cute 12" x 12" scrapbook layout of her nephew using
the George & Basic Shapes and Doodletype cartridges.  Visit her blog for more details.

Madison created this cute sign for when she's in the "zone!"  She used Formal Occasions
and Wall Decor & More cartridges.  For more details, visit her blog.

Court's little recipe book is all about cupcakes!  She used the
Something to Celebrate cartridge -- check out the details on her blog.

Larelyn used the Tags, Bags, Boxes & More and A Child's Year cartridges
to make this shaped treat container.  Visit her blog for more details.

Jill created these "fishy" little treats for her son's preschool class using the
Life's A Beach cartridge.  Check out all the details on her blog.

Celeste used the Animal Kingdom cartridge to create this adorable journal for
a child battling cancer.  Visit her blog for more details.

Charlotte used the Sophie cartridge to create this neat little "basket."
 Visit her blog for all the details.

Debbie created this mini-bottle gift holder using the Art Philosophy cartridge.
Check out the details on her blog.

Dalis used the Graphically Speaking cartridge to create this great bookmark.
 Check out the details on her blog.

Yolie decorated her paint can using Cake Basics and Tags, Bags, Boxes & More
cartridges.  For more details, visit her blog.

Jenny jazzed up her note pad using the Give A Hoot cartridge. 
Check out all the cute details at her blog.

Fantastic projects, ladies!!  Now its your turn . . . link up your "anything BUT a card - must use yellow & polka dots" project and you just might be this week's 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!

Make sure you stop by tomorrow, Thursday, January 26th and check out Chef Jill's Cartridge Showcase!  And as always, thank you so much for crafting with us!
~ CWC Design Team


  1. melindabeltran1/25/12, 9:07 AM

    Absolutely fabulous job ladies!!!! You are hands down the best "Cricuteers" out there! You are all so "Cricutliciously Creative"!

  2. These are some Fantabulous Projects. Smooches... Sous Chef Feli'

  3. heavenlysparkles1/25/12, 3:56 PM

    Marvelous projects as always from this fabulous DT! Thank you for another fun challenge! :o)

    Hugs and blessings!

  4. I followed all the rules and I did definitely have fun with this one.  Thanks for the challenge and great projects DT.  I love polka dots.  

  5. MelissaSunshineHoneyBee1/31/12, 10:29 AM

    Wonderful DT creations. Entered my Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Recipe Scrapbook Layout (whew that was a lot of words to type) in which I used yellow for the Pineapple & my Polka Dot paper is white/yellow.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  6. Great looking Design Team projects! Hope you enjoy my project! This was a fun challenge!


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