This week at Cooking with Cricut the Challenge is tough! I guess that is why they call it a challenge! I struggled with this one at first. I know you will do a great job with the challenge though! You must have yellow, polkadots, and anything but a card for your project! Then Link your project back to cooking with cricut. So this is what I came up with....
Anyone else loving Pinterest? I absolutely do! I must admit that it took me like 3 months to decide whether or not to start following it. I was a little intimidated I must say. But after I figured it out. I LOVE it! While searching on Pinterest, like I do, for ever, I found this idea to use goldfish crackers using the word "O-Fish-ally". I knew I had to use it because my son loves goldfish crackers. So, I created some Valentines for my son to give to his preschool class.
Want to make some?
I just bought some little baggies from Hobby Lobby. The ones with the zip lock that are generally by the check out. Then I drew some circles on red paper with a white gel pen. I took a photo and made it 1.4 X1.0 inches in my word document. I made a text box in the word document and typed "I wanted to O-Fish-ally wish you a Happy Valentine's Day!" Printed them off and cut them out. Next up is the black fish that I cut using the "Life is a Beach" Cricut cartridge at 1.5. If you don't have a cricut you can always buy a sticker or cut one from a black piece of paper. That's it! So fun!
Hope you have a super day!
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I've linked this up to
30 handmade days
Decorate to Celebrate
Tatertots and Jello
The Blackberry Vine