You guys made the funnest projects this week. I love getting to see and share them all!
Kristen made this cute no-sew tote with DeLovely fabric and a Gluber flower. She has instructions for it on her blog.
Another fabric project by Donna. She took a dollar frame and made a pincushion. I think this is so cute!
Vanessa Menhorn made this fun card and bookmark set out of Odds and Ends.
Regina Mangum had another take on Odds and Ends. I think this is lovely for spring!
It seems Odds and Ends was on the brain. Here is yet another take by Merdrey Chew using the line and the same paper (what are the odds?) for a friendship card. She paired it with a cutout from the line and some of our Ready, Set, Chip alphas.
Jennifer Stricker made this vintage card using Circa 1934 paired with a bit of Mr. Campy. I love how romantic it feels!
Kayla Dupont took the challenge agian with a fun bag featuring DeLovely paper. Isn't the technique she used for the grass fun?!
That makes $35 for a micro loan to KIVA. Add that to our Make a Difference challenges and we have raised a total of $275 for charity over the last four weeks.
Now I think it's time to do a challenge that results in a free prizes for some of you! For this challenge, I want to see what you can do with flowers. Maybe they are flowers you made out of Glubers, maybe you sewed them or punched them from paper. Maybe your project features one gigantic flowers, maybe it's covered in dozens of little fowers. Well, you get the idea! Let's see your Cosmo Cricket beauties in blossom!
I have three Better Homes and Gardens All Small magazines. I would have four, but I am keeping one for myself! The projects in this magazine are so cute. I think my favorite is the mushroom scissor and needle keeper, but Aneela Hoy's pillows are very charming too.
I also happen to have three Chemistry Charm packs in my hot little hands and so I thought I would pair a charm pack with a magazine for three random winners. To enter, all you need to do is make your bloomin' project with Cosmo Cricket and post is here or on our facebook page with the title Bloomin' Project. We'll pick our three winners next Monday morning.