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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Cricut Project- Down on the Farm Challenge


I had fun making these name pictures for my grandsons last week.  
These 2 little boys live on a farm and I tried to use silhouettes that were either things they have done or will do.  Braeden is only 3 months old so he has not done much but I am sure he will be following older brother Gavin around very soon.
These brothers share a bedroom so I made the name signs the same but different.  

The oak frames are big- about 16 by 13.

Green for Gavin
Gavin plays with his dog,  reads,  helps his Gramps garden,  fishes

I really like the Cricut cartridge A Child's Life and hope to make many more projects with it.  

blue for Braeden
I put the firetruck with the American flag on his because he was born very close to the 4th of July.  

I am linking this to a Cricut Challenge Blog called Fantabulous Cricut and entering their Challange- Down on the Farm.  
all cuts were make with A Child's Year and the farm animals used are the duck walking with the 2 boys  and the horse on Braeden's, the farm dog on Gavin's

8 comments:

  1. Those are adorable! I love them and you've done a beautiful job of them.
    I have not been over here because I have not added you to my blog roll, I will do that now.
    Hugs, cindy

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  2. What great gifts, love the silhouettes.

    blessings, jill

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  3. Great job! They will be perfect in the boys' room!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  4. Hi Dear Friend,
    How cute. Good to see you back and all is well.
    XXOO
    Elizabeth

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  5. I love these! You did a great job...keepsakes for sure!

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  6. Adorable! Thanks so much for joining us at FCCB this week!

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