Mini Monsters

Hi Everyone,
Happy Thursday....

Please be patient with me today as I try to redo my blog. I'm going back to my simple look....
Today's card is with the Mini Monsters Cricut Cartridge. This is the cutest cartridge and I love love love the spider. Of course I couldn't pass up the Peachy Keen Monster Mash stamps. I really can't get enough of the Echo Park Papers. They are just so bright and happy....

Here is today's video

Supplies: Mini Monsters Cricut Cartridge, Peachy Keen Monster Mash Stamps, Echo Park Halloween pattern paper, Bazzill Purple and Black cardstock, Paper Trey Ink: Black cardstock, snow white ink,  Orange Zest Swiss Dots Ribbon, ATG, Stampin' Up! Dimensionals

and of course we can't forget the picture:

Have a great day...


54 comments

  1. Cutest little spider! Love the papers and how she's hanging from a bow!

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  2. cutest little card, I just figured out what I think that orange thing is, I think it's a bowtie for a boy??????? You created a unisex card, just kidding, it's adorable!!!!


    PennyG

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  3. This card is adorable. I don't like spiders but this one is so cute! I want to get my sewing machine out now! Thanks so much.

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  4. That is awesome! What a great card TFS :)

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  5. Christina, you come up with some of the cutest ideas. I don't have this cartridge yet, but it is on my "wish list". Now I think I need to hurry up and get it.
    Thanks for all the inspiration you send to us on daily basis.--Ryansmaama
    gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

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  6. Super cute!! I love the simplicity!

    Oh and thank you for recommending this trimmer to me I LOVE LOVE LOVE it, the trimmer is so lite it is a MUST have.

    Have a wonderful day!

    PS I love your simple page as well it looks cleaner too.

    -christine

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  7. This is so cute! i want this cart now. what made u decide to change ur page?

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  8. Cute card! I also really like the echo Park papers, they are great.

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  9. Great little spider. The spot that you didn't know what it is looks like a little acordian. Meaning it is a black widow... as long as it's paper it is adorable! Great video.

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  10. so cute! love the bright colors and her face!
    liz:o)

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  11. cute card. love that little spider. she's adorable! Thanks for showing us the stitching. I've always been a little scared to try it.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Liz

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  12. So cute - she's perfect!! TFS!!! :)

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  13. This is so cute! Might have to scraplift (if you don't mind) to make for the grandchildren. And you sew just fine.

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  14. Hi Christina! Your card is just toooo darling!!!

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  15. Adorable card! You do such fabulous work and I love your videos.

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  16. Cute card Christina. You sew very well! Oh, I found the gauzy netting at Michaels, Thanks so much
    Thanks for sharing
    Susan

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  17. Christina you have found a way to make spiders cute! This is a really cute card thanks for sharing

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  18. That spider is so cuteI love those peachy keen faces. Don't black widows have a red hourglass on their belly?
    SGarcia292@aol.com

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  19. Very cute Christina! Love the little spider!

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  20. This is just so cute! Love the polka dot paper!! :)

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  21. I loved that card! Halloween is my favorite holiday!

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  22. So cute and just amazing. I love everything about this card.

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  23. Your card turned out very well. Love it.

    Barb. from Toronto, Canada
    http:barbsmithdesigns.blogspot.com

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  24. Cute card, Christina! That little orange thing is supposed to be a red hourglass, which would make the spider a black widow (they have a red hourglass on their bellies).
    Thanks for the wonderful inspirations you give us!

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  25. Christina, great card! I can't decide which to purchase, Happy Haunting or Mini Monsters! Hey, no matter what blog design you use, I'll will continue to be a follower. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

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  26. Christina....Fabulous Card-Too cute! I totally agree-what was that orange thing under the "chin?" of the spider. Loved your sewing video. Thanks for sharing!

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  27. Christina....cute little spider card....love your blog...and thanks for changing the music from time to time also!! ( o ;

    TFS
    Deb

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  28. I love your sewing. Great idea and wonderful card.

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  29. Super cute, thanks for taking the time to share all of these great ideas :) JLekan

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  30. Adorable card! I just love cards for Halloween... if you get a chance check out the Halloween card on my blog at http://grammascards.blogspot.com
    Thanks Christina

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  31. Thanks for showing the sewing!! I just may have to try something new :) This card is too cute!

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  32. Love your card and videos, keep'em coming!
    jan
    jjueckatcoxdotnet

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  33. Super cute card! I've seen a bunch of cards done with Mini Monsters lately and I like them all. Thanks!

    ps I like your simple blog too.

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  34. Love your blog much better this way...sometimes simple is best! Very cute card and your sewing is wonderful...I think you're a natural and maybe there is a quilt in your future?

    Dawna

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  35. Precious card!! Like the simple blog page too!! Have a great weekend!

    Priscilla

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  36. Hi Christina,

    Such a cute card. Love the colours you used, as well as the cute spider on the card was adorable. PERFECT for halloween. Thanks for the video/tutorial. =)

    -Samantha

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  37. Cutest little Spider card! Great job with the stitching. Your paper and ribbon... the best. Think it's my favorite so far!
    Thanks
    penny
    redheadworking at earthlink dot net

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  38. Christina... that is a really cute card. ty so much for sharing. xoxo

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  39. So darn cute and your sewing looks great. Love the bright colored papers.
    Mary Ann

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  40. My sewing machine sits right next to my cricut. I will have to try some sewing on cards.

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  41. Love it Christine.......thank you.

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  42. Love that card(and I agree with you on the Echo Park papers)

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  43. This is an adorable card, Christina.

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  44. Christina I LOVE this card! I actually was just looking at that same cricut cartridge a day ago and thought to myself that I didn't know if I would find many uses for those images so I put it down but I must say that you did a fantastic job once again! I love the color combinations of the papers, the ribbon and the sewing! I have a sewing machine that I've had for about 8yrs now and I have never used it! LOL I do not know how to thread it up or anything but watching you make this card makes me wanna learn real fast LOL

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  45. Love this card, have never seen such a cute cute spider before lol.
    Kim, xXx

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  46. The spider is so cute. Love the paper too. Thanks for sharing.

    http://iwycd.blogspot.com/

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  47. What a cute card. I am enjoying your blog so much! Thanks for all the great ideas and tips.

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  48. SEW CUTE! , Pun intended!

    Love the video!

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  49. Cute spider...even w/the 3rd eyebrow.....gives it character. Loved the video and as always - enjoy watching them. Thanks for all you do :)

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  50. Sooo cute! I always love your paper choices.

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  51. What a great little halloween spider card love the patterned papers and the stitching effect :-)

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