Since it's only February 4th (and I'm snowed in today), I thought it was time to post the last of my Christmas projects. I have a girlfriend who really wanted to make monogramed chargers for Christmas dinner at her house. She just flat ran out of time, though, and couldn't get to the project. (Hmmmm, who among us cannot relate to that - especially at the holidays?? LOL!)
So, since I knew the style and color scheme she wanted, I made her some as a gift! Here are the pictures she took for me. :-)
These were super easy! Using gold vinyl from my favorite vinyl supplier, Vinyl Ease, I cut R's at 7 3/4 inches from Nursery Rhymes cartridge. I used transfer paper to easily move the cuts from the mats to the plates. So simple, and she loved them!
These chargers are acrylic, but any chargers with a smooth surface would work. Hobby Lobby had them during the holidays, and I've seem them before at Sam's Club. Amazon doesn't have these exact chargers, but they have many others which would work well.
My Easter topiary (easily convertable for general spring and summer decoration) is featured in the Cricut Chirp, Vol. 255! More details about my project are available in this post.
Cricut Chirp, November 23, 2010
My Christmas soap dispenser is featured in the Cricut Chirp, Vol. 235! More details about my project are available in this post.
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The Fine Print: Unless stated otherwise in the individual posts, each of these projects are my own original works. I hope that these projects give you lots of inspiration for projects of your own, and "scraplifting" is the sincerest form of flattery. So, please feel free to use these ideas for your own personal use. If you would like to use any of my projects for non-profit or business (for-profit) use, please contact me directly for permission. I will probably give it to you if it is mine to give, but it is proper to ask first! :-) Thanks.