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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

#51 Wildlife - Deer Hunt

Hi everyone! The weekly challenge at the Cricut Circle blog this week was a "Guy Stuff Challenge".
The Challenge: Incorporate at least three of the following types of materials on your project. (Hardware items, stars, raw cardboard or chipboard, twine, string, paint, buttons, staples, or distressed edges)

I rarely do masculine layouts. They always seem to be the last in line when I am chosing which projects to do, so this was a really good challenge for me! I chose to do a layout of my hubby's deer hunting.

The cartridges/cuts I used are:
Wildlife - Deer cut at 3 3/4" and title cut at 4"
Give A Hoot - leaf charm cut at 2"

For the challenge items I used staples to attach the twine, raw cardboard for the top layer of the charm, buttons as accents, and used ink to distress the edges of the deer cut.

Cardstock - CTMH
Patterned Paper - Creative Memories
Linen Thread/Marker - Stampin' Up!
Buttons/Twine - Unknown

Hope you like it!


  1. This LO turned out really great.

  2. This page has such a great feel about it! Love the monochromatic browns!