Thursday, May 17, 2012

17 May -THEME cartridge... KATE's ABC's - name tag

 I hope you have come from Erica's blog first but IF not, please head back over there at and follow my Design team Sisters in their creativity for either their theme cartridge or today's other choice of Wedding.. something New.        
    Erica has decided today, we could pick our own THEME cartridge for today...  decisions.. decisions.. so many good ones to pick.. So I have chosen;
Kate's ABC's
  I made Name badges for a church women's brunch that we had for Mother's Day called Blossoms & Bonnets.

Cutting out at 2 inches from this adorable bonnet.  On the ribbon part I used so many colors from either Stickles or Liquid pearls. to coordinate with the color of the hat.

The top part of the brim of the hat I embossed using so many of the Paper lace 2 and other flowery   embossing plates. I then lightly colored with a coordinating color.

I used a flower from Prima Flowers and then dotted  in the middle a coordinating color from stickles or Liquid Pearls.

Magnets are on the back so that they could wear them after they put their name on them.

I made 52 bonnets in all - so many colors and after a while I got a little crazy with colors!  it was FUN!!  here in this pic they were drying!


It just goes to show the versatility of these awesome cartridges in the many uses they can provide for your creativity!!

Please head back here at... to be more inspired by my DT sisters!


  1. Those are just so very cute!!! I love all the colors you chose for them too.


  2. OMG Doris!!! These are so stinkin' adorable, I cannot stand it...LOL!!! I bet everyone loved them!!!
    My Cricut Craft Room Design Team

  3. Great idea Doris. I bet the ladies loved these! TFS, Mary M

  4. Those are sooo cute... I love them. What a great idea. TFS

  5. These are adorable! TFS
    Miranda :)
    MCCR DT Sister

  6. Adorable magnets/name tags, and what a clever idea! You out did yourself with all the wonderful colors and detail... Hugs, Dawn

  7. Super cute!! I love the colors you used!
    MCCR DT Sister Shelley