Monday, January 11, 2016

Sending warm fuzzies card

Happy Monday!  It's been a frosty and cold weekend here in KC and BBTB2 has the perfect winter challenge this week- to use a cricut mittens, a hat, or scarf on a project.  I used my favorite winter hat from the CM Cheerful Seasons cartridge to make a thank you card for some of our Christmas gifts.  I found some snowy mountain background paper that seemed most appropriate.  I am personally trying to pretend I'm at the beach as it's a chilly 17 degrees this morning, but it's not really working so I'm glad I have my hat and mittens!  I hope you will join us in whipping up a warm winter project over at BBTB2 and stay warm this week!

CM Cheerful Seasons-hat cut at 2 1/2 inches
Paper-CTMH solids,
brown chalk ink


  1. Brrrr, it is cold where you are at Michelle! It is cold here too with our wind chill being in the teens. But only yesterday we were a balmy 58 with rain. We can't seem to acclimate when our temps are all over the place. I sure do love your card, and wish I had a nice hat like that to wear! The papers are fabulous and that hat is just so cute. Hugs, Brenda

  2. I agree, pretending to be at the beach would suit me just fine. Since we can't go, I guess we will have to stay warm. This is such a pretty hat and I love the cut and the colors. The background paper is perfect and the sentiment makes me smile.

  3. so pretty - it almost looks real. such a pretty card - make me get the fuzzies too.