Saturday, May 19, 2012

Cooking with Cricut 2nd Blogaversary Blog Hop Day 1


Welcome to Paper Crafting World (http://www.papercraftingworld.com) and Cooking With Cricut’s (http://www.cookingwithcricut.com) Blogaversary Blog Hop!  Our Design Teams are so excited to bring you a two-day hop that focuses on projects honoring a second anniversary…..cloth, crystal and or glass.
We think you will be blown away by some of the super creative inspiration and interpretation of our designers. So be sure to come back both days as each day will be a different set of designers and projects!
PLUS, this hop is the kick off of our week long celebration! Each day for a whole week we will be brining your fabulous projects made by our designers and each day we will be giving away free vintage graphics, digital printables and or electronic cutting files! So you will want to make CWC-PCW (http://www.cookingwithcricut.com) a daily stop for the next week!
You should have arrived here from visiting Larelyn at  http://www.handmadefromtheheart-designsbylarelyn.blogspot.com/ If you’ve joined us in mid-Hop and would like to check out all the other fantastic projects head on over to CWC-PCW  (http://www.cookingwithcricut.com) and start at the beginning.
I saw these cute jars at Michaels on sale a few weeks ago. I thought these would be so cute for cotton and swabs in the bathroom.  
So I got out my white vinyl and cut away.
The sides are cut with Nursery Rhymes at 1.75 inches. The Monogram on the lids are cut from Tie the Knot at 1.75 inches.
These will be great for my remodeled bathroom if my cabinets ever come.
There are several prizes to be won so be sure to head over and join the fun at CWC-PCW  (http://www.cookingwithcricut.com).
There is a  “cloth, crystal or glass” challenge you can enter to win as well as other super blog candy just for being a follower and commenting, so don’t miss out!

For my blog candy I will be giving away a $10 gift card to Michaels to one random winner. I will be posting a project each day of the CWC blogaversary celebration May 19-26th except for the 20th and 21st (I have other DT commitments those days.) So for an optimum chance leave a comment on my blog each day of the CWC hop. I would love to have you as a follower too.

Don't forget to come back each day this week. There are some great themes everyday and lots of talented designers. So check it out everyday. You will be glad you did!

Thanks for stopping by!  Head on over and check out what Jessica
http://www.thecreativestamperspot.blogspot.com/ has cooked up! 


51 comments:

  1. Cute project, Suzanne! These would be a wonderful baby shower gift, too. I hope your cabinets come soon -- remodeling can be such a pain!

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  2. Nice projects. Look forward to seeing photos of remodeled bathroom. Celebrated my 1 yr blog anniv last mth.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  3. Theses would make great gifts. I'm your newest follower.

    Candace
    mypassion4scrappin.blogspot.com

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  4. Only you could make cotton and swabs look this FAB U LOUS! Thank you for the inspiration and thank you for being my crafty friend!
    Big Crafty Hugs!
    -Melin

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  5. Love your jars Suzanne!! I think it looks very clean and would compliment any bathroom decor!! Can't wait to see the finished room!! :)

    Hugs,
    Michelle

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  6. Great project that will make wonderful gifts. TFS

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  7. What a great idea! They will look great in your bathroom! Hope the cabinets come soon . . .
    Evelyn

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  8. Great idea to organize and pretty up your bathroom!

    Tracy

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  9. Great projects, Suzanne. I love the jars and the vinyl applied is such a great idea. I really need to look at glassware through a more creative lens. Thanks for the inspiration.
    CWC Hugs,
    Larelyn

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  10. Love the project I might need to try cut some vinyl sometimes.

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  11. I have never cut vinyl. For some reason I am scared,don't know why. But I am going to try. Thanks you.

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  12. I love the font you used to put on your little jars, great project idea. It would make a nice little gift to give someone. TFS. Eunice B

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  13. Great bathroom accessories!! I hope your cabinets come soon.
    I am a new follower :)
    I hope that you'll stop by my blog sometime
    http://sillyscrap.blogspot.com

    silvia

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  14. Those came out really good. Nice way to add a little something

    kissmyjen at gmail.com

    justcreativeme.blogspot.com

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  15. So FUN! love this idea! Smiles, Jill

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  16. what a wonderful idea! thank you for sharing!

    Sandy S

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  17. Love, love this idea Suzanne! The jars and the vinyl are such a clean, natural look. They will look so awesome in your new bathroom!!!

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  18. Such a cute idea. Just adorable.
    annadowdy at gmail dot som

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  19. Here on the Blog Hop - Enjoyed your projects and your Blog! I love to Repurpose items, too! Am Following now via NetworkedBlogs and GoogleFriends -
    Lynden
    http://aneleganttouch-lynden.blogspot.com
    Ldb1408 at aol.com

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  20. I like the nice CLEAN look of your jars...TFS!

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  21. Forgot to leave my email...

    nanettemt at yahoo dot com

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  22. i have always wanted to do vinyl but just don't have the courage thanks
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  23. Love your creations. Thanks for the ideas and for the chance to win a giveaway. Thank you, Janis Herbert

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  25. Your jars are perfect for the bathroom. I just order some vinyl and I can't wait to play with. This post two times sorry! I'm a follower of your blog. TFS AJ~ jeria22@yahoo.com

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  26. Very cute and creative project. Will look great in your bathroom!! I joined your blog as a follower.

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  27. Fabulous idea!!! I have never cut vinyl but you have made me want to buy some and mark several things in the kitchen and bathroom! Thank you for sharing!! I am a new follower!! marla@lagoski.com

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  28. Loved the fonts you used. It took the jars from ordinary to a very classy look. Thanks for sharing your project with us.

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  29. Suzanne, what a fantastic idea! I can't tell you how many plain jane bottles and canisters I have, but you've given me great ideas. I have purchased vynal but didn't really know what to do with it. Your idea is practical and pretty. Thanks!

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  30. I have just signed up to follow your blog and am looking forward to seeing all that you create. Thanks.

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  31. This is such a great idea! I really need to do this soon with something in my house, now what should I choose?:-)
    Jessica (fellow DT member)
    http://thecreativestamperspot.blogspot.com/

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  32. Thanks for sharing, very cool idea.
    Tracy-JGsPumpkin@peoplepc.com

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  33. I've been doing some etching and these are such a GREAT idea! Thanks so much for sharing AND for giving us the chance to win!

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  34. Suzanne... love how you labeled those bottles for the bathroom - super cute :)

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  35. I think these jars are just so cute. What a great idea for the bathroom. They would look great on the counter too.

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  36. Really good idea for nice gifts.
    thanks

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  37. Oh I saw those jars at Michael's too but didn't buy them cause I couldn't think of what to do with them. Great idea! My husband is always asking me where the Q-tips are! Great Project! Thanks!

    Hugs,

    Chriss
    america57@comcast.net
    www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com

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  38. very nice project and very handy too.

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  39. This is a great project to share, one I will most probably do in the near future, I love it:)
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  40. Great idea! Love the way the vinyl came out. I am a new follower of your blog. Rlovew1976 at yahoo.com

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  41. Love the vinyl look, it is so neati will be trying this soon...

    awashingtontx34 at gmail dot com

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  42. so quick and clever. cant wait to see them in your new bathroom.

    craftingwithblue at gmail dot com

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  43. Very elegant! Thanks for sharing your idea!

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  44. Very classy looking storage!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  45. Such a great idea for keeping supplies organized!! Love it!!

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