Monday, May 21, 2012

Bitten by the Bug Kitchen Challenge

Hello everyone!  It's time for another awesome BBTB2 challenge.  Julia asked us to do a "Kitchen Challenge".  You can create a card, layout or 3 D project using anything you find in your kitchen and
any Cricut cartridge.  

For my project I made a card using the From My Kitchen Cricut cart.  
The apron is from page 51.  
The recipe card can be found on several pages of the From My Kitchen Cart.  
The phrase What's Cookin?  is from Three Birds on Parade page 55.
Many Thanks on the inside comes from the Phrases cart page 22.   
The background paper is from TPC studio Spice Rack and the blue paper is DCWV Kitchen stack.  The other papers are from my stash.  
All the cuts are inked with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo. 
The larger rick rack is from Joanns.  
The teeny tiny yellow rick rack is from my mom's sewing box so is over 50 years old. 
When I was little my mom and grandma always wore aprons they made and they almost always had rick rack on them.  
Inside of card 
I hope you will leave a comment and check out what all the other BBTB2 designers have created.  Then get out your Cricut carts and join us for the challenge.  You have two weeks to complete your project and we would love to have you join in.  Happy Craftin!

18 comments:

  1. lovin that card and apron and adore that background paper, hugs

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  2. What a cute take on our challenge, Suzanne. I love Aprons....I grew up around aprons on my mother and grandmother, and yes, they had rick rack.... Love this.
    Carole

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  3. Cute card, Suzanne. I love the rick rack and embossing.

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  4. OMGosh Suzanne, this card is adorble!! I love the apron, but what really makes it special is that tiny rick rack!! How cool that it was in your mother's sewing box. I've never seen rick rack that small and I just love it. Fabulous card my friend!!

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  5. Wonderful card Suzanne,love the ricrac on the apron.
    Jayne x

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  6. Perfect papers and you're right about that rick rack. Adorable card! xxD

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  7. This is so fantastic, Suzanne. I love how you used the old rick rack. Your story reminded me of the big huge button box my mom had when I was a little girl. I spent hours looking through those buttons. I sure wish I had them now.

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  8. What a cute apron. Love the colors and paper. Greta job :0)

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  9. CuuuuUUUUTE! I just love that apron image and all your special little details. love, love the ric rac!

    -Rebekah

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  10. Love this card. My grandma and great grandma always wore aprons, and you're right rickrack was a staple.
    Stephanie

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  11. Suzanne this is adorable. Love that apron! The rick-rack is perfect as a trim! Great papers!!

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  12. That apron is one of my favorite cuts. I love what you did with it. Great project!

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  13. What a darling card, I just love aprons, great project.


    HUGS
    Penny

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  14. How fun!! I have seen some really neat cuts...might have to get this so i can make some recipe books!!

    Hugs,
    Michelle

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  15. Love the pretty apron and rick rack! Great papers and design! Lovely card!
    Glenda

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  16. Beautiful Apron. I love the colors and papers you used. I love the rick rack you used it makes the apron look real. TFS AJ~

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