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Sunday, March 13, 2011

Cricut Circle Calling Card

Hey Everyone,

I did not post for the past couple weeks (because I was sick AGAIN! ugh).  Anyway, I did not get to share with you the calling cards that I created for the Cricut Circle Meet Up in Atlanta that happened last Friday. It was so awesome, meeting some cool fellow crafters, awesome make & take with Teresa Collins, Cricut updates from Shannon at Provocraft (she is hilarious), meeting Cindy Royal (DT) & Deanna (DT) and let's not forget the awesome giveaways (I love how they made sure everyone won at least one prize)!!!   They gave away an Imagine, Yudu, Several Your Story's, several Yudu Card Shops, gypsy sleeves, the new Cuttlebug system, new Cuttlebug embossing folders, quilling kit, etc....  Very nice.  I won a Yudu screen and Life's A Party cart.  They also had some cool stuff for sale.

It was tons of fun and I look forward to the next one that I can attend!  (Orlando is coming up and I hope I can swing I can meet some of the CTO DT)

Anyway, I digress....  I just wanted to share with you my calling card.  I needed to make 50 of them and I did not have a lot of time to come up with one, but I did like the way it ended up turning out (even tho I did not get to bling them up with my Diamond Stickles like I wanted).  I love this Rich Razzleberry cardstock from Stampin Up.  It is one of my new favs....

Let me know what you think!  As always, thanks for stopping by!



  1. Very very cute!!! :) I think they look fantastic!! :) Great job! I'm thinking about going to Orlando too. It would be my very first scrap expo :)

  2. Wow. I love the color combination very vibrant. Awesome job Nicole! Hope you are feeling better!

  3. These are beautiful! What's on the inside and I hope to meet u in Orlando!

  4. Hey Adrian,

    There isn't an inside. On the back you put your personal information, like name, phone number, blog address, email address. Some people put their address, circle number, etc. It is whatever you feel comfortable putting.

    The request is that they be a 3x3 card. You have to make a bunch of them, so you try to find something that is manageable for you to make in bulk because you want to exchange with everyone that is in attendance as well as you use them to enter the giveaways from Provocraft! It's actually cool and I had a pretty good experience. The next one is the same weekend as that Craft thing in Orlando that you guys were talking about on the skype chat we had. I am hoping that I can swing it but not sure at this point.

  5. Those are beautiful! We need to skype one night.. I got your comment about using vinyl. : )