Doorknob Sign

Hey again!

Well, since I've had my Gypsy, I'd had a few technical snags including unlinked cartridges and the Gypsy crashing altogether. I have managed to troubleshoot these problems using google(i *heart* google) and I think it's fixed. Hours and hours later. :)

It's not the best, but here's my first project from the Tags, Bags, Boxes and More cartridge!!  I have three stepdaughters Sarah(15) and Grace(11). (The oldest, Hannah (18), is away in the Navy). Sarah, sometimes naps in the afternoons after a hard day at school and we always seem to knock and wake her up at a bad time. Well, usually dinner time, but if we knew she was sleeping, we'd let her get that rest. ;) (teenagers! haha!) So, I made her this double-sided doorknob sign:

This was cut at 10.53" on the Gypsy, but could easily be cut at 10" with just the Cricut and cartridge. One side says "shhh..." ( I welded the letters together on the Gypsy!) for when she's napping, and the other says "Please knock" for the other times. I am happy with it! Well, you know, she has a little sister who's going to want one too! Off I go!!

ETA: Ok, I'm back and instead of posting again, I figured I'd just add to this one! Here's Gracie's sign:

I added stickles to hers!! Ok, time to take a Cricut break. Hubby and I have a date tonight! :)


Sheena said...

Love these..I really love the houndstooth paper :) TFS

Hugs, Sheena

the cricutologist said...

Love the sign! The hounds tooth pattern is great!!! Lovely! In response to your question you had about the tool I was using to hold the paper...Tweezer Bee tweezers! These are the best gotta have these! I bought mine at Michael's. Emai; me anytime with questions

Crafty Katy said...

The paper is amazing! What a sweet gift for your girls! I need one of those. LOL! Thanks for sharing.

Edna said...

Wonderful project and great designs, love the different pattern papers and fun colors thank sfor the inspiration :)

OmaGloria said...

Oh boy I need one of these for my craft room.

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