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Back to School, Part Two

It is Labor Day weekend and the kids around here are getting ready to go back to school on Tuesday. As I mentioned in my first back to school post here, my girls have moved on to college and beyond, but I still love this time of year and I wish those students returning to school (and their teachers!) a Happy First Day of School and a Wonderful School year! 


This card was created for a dear friend who is teaching pre-school for the fist time this year.  I used my Cricut (of course) with the Doodle Charms and Everyday Fonts cartridges. The frame I made myself. I am not good at mitering corners! 


I made this card for my cousin who is entering the 5th grade at a school with a bear mascot.  Again, I used the Doodle Charms and Everyday Fonts, along with the Create a Critter Cartridge.  The school supplies pictured are going to be donated to a school supply drive. 


Since I was working (playing) in my craft room anyway I decided to refurbish this old wreath that I used to use to decorate for the "School Bus Parties" I would hold before school started.  It used to have flat little wooden school buses and apples, but I liked the ones I created with my Cricut better. 

Once again I have joined the fun at the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge .   Be sure to check out the cool projects! 

I hope everyone is enjoying a Happy and Safe Labor Day weekend and Great School Year! 

Thank you for stopping by! 

~Cynthia


Comments

  1. How cute and crafty!
    Have a happy Labor Day and a wonderful week!

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    1. Thank you very much! I hope that you are enjoying your Labor Day (and week) as well!

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  2. Love you eye,so charming.

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  3. Adorable projects! Your cards are darling and love the wreath! Super fun cuts:)
    Sherrie K

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  4. Those are really cute!! I love your use of primary colors too!! Great choices!
    Thanks for playing along with us at FCCB!!

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    1. Thank you Sara! I enjoy playing along with the challenge and seeing the great projects everyone submits!

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