Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Cooking with Cricut-Mother's Day Gift Challenge

Hello everyone! Today is the Mother's Day challenge at Cooking with Cricut.  For this challenge you are to make a gift not a card.  For my gift I made something for all my MOPS (Mother of Preschoolers) that  I mentor at church.  
The adorable strawberry I cut from the Spring Cottage Cricut cart at 5.5 inches and it is filled with candy Kisses.  I embossed the strawberry and the leaf on top and then tied it together with twine. 
The basket is cut from Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2 from page 49 at 11 inches wide.  
I added a little raffia in the bottom.  Added strawberry ribbon from Michaels and a wood ladybug button.  The tag I made on the computer "Have a berry sweet Mother's Day."
When I embossed the strawberry I folded into a heart and when I ran it through the Cuttlebug it embossed or de embossed all the sides which was a perfect effect.  
I hope you will join us this week for the challenge at Cooking with Cricut.    I can't wait to see all the  gift giving ideas you create this week.  I hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day this coming weekend and don't forget to link up your projects.  Happy craftin! 
Also entering in Celebrate the Occasion 'Mothers Day" challenge 
and Tuesday Alchemy Mothers Day 

14 comments:

  1. What a wonderful project for MOPS! I always look forward to seeing the projects that you make for this group! I know everything you make is appreciated!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

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  2. Cute project, Suzanne. I'm sure your MOPS moms will love their baskets.

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  3. Great project, I am sure they will love it. TFS

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  4. OMGosh How cute this strawberry basket and strawberries are Suzanne!! I adore this!! That a fabulous idea to fold the berry into a heart shape and emboss-too clever! I love the ribbon and the little wooden ladybug, the perfect finishing touches!! Ok, can I be in the MOPS group??? lol

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  5. Beautiful Suzanne, love the strawberries...mmmm yum...I just may have to try and find time for this challenge, should be interesting to see what we come up with...♥

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  6. What a great gift! strawberries look good enough to eat, love the little lady bug.

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  7. Very pretty project! I would be SO happy if you joined us at Tuesday Alchemy: http://tuesdayalchemy.blogspot.com - We have a wonderful prize for this week's challenge!
    Cheers,
    Victoria

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  8. OMG! So sweet basket you makes! Wonderful gift! Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Alchemy

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  9. Oh, so delicious! I love that strawberry & the embossing you chose definitely looks close to the texture of a real strawberry.

    What a yummy gift to give! I'm thrilled you joined us at Tuesday Alchemy this :)

    Lots of joy,
    Corrinne

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  10. OMG!! i love, love , love this!! the strawberries are too cute, I've been wanting to make these for a long time! great job!

    love your blog!!

    thanks for joining us at tuesday alchemy!

    cheers!
    loveshappyhour

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  11. Omg this is just so cool! I love the idea and that strawberry looks good enough to eat!

    Thank you for joining us at the Tuesday Alchemy
    Hugs
    Katya x

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  12. So adorable, love the embossing on your sweet gift! Thanks for joining us this week @ CTO for our "Mother's Day" Challenge :)

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  13. Darling basket and strawberry!
    The embossing is just perfect for it!!!!
    Thank you for joining CTO this week!

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