Saturday, December 22, 2012

Anything Goes with the Artiste Blog Hop

Welcome to our "Anything Goes with the Artiste" Blog Hop 
where we are  showcasing  the exclusive Artiste Cricut cartridge which can be  purchased exclusively through a Close to My Heart Independent Consultant.  This will be our last Artiste blog hop for 2012.

Our "theme" for this hop was to create anything we wanted with the Artiste Cricut cartridge.  And honestly, you can pretty much create anything and everything with the Artiste so this was not a difficult thing to do.

If you just happened to come to this blog, you should start at the  beginning at Lucy's blog - Love 2 Create .   If you came here from Diana ~ Diana's Free Moments, then you're in the right place!

 My project is ...

I just love all these little boxes that can be made with this cart.!! 
This box is made from pg. 37. I also like the way the booklet tells you what size to cut.... makes it so easy!

For this project I also used: Pear & Partridge paper (X7162B), Burlap Ribbon (Z1760), Round Durables Studs (Z1706) and Just Blooms Floret paper shapes (Z1764).

 The next stop on your blog hop fun is Laura ~ Scrappinsweetie's Escape.

 Here's the entire blog hop lineup in case you get lost along the way:

Lucy ~ Love 2 Create
Darla ~ Caution:  Crafting is Contagious
Diana ~ Diana's Free Moments
Jennifer ~ 4 Hearts Scrapboooking
Laura ~ Scrappinsweetie's Escape
Penny ~ It Makes Total Cents
Theodora ~ Celebrate Crafts

Thanks for joining us - have a wonderful and safe holiday with your friends and family.


  1. Great treat box Jennifer! I love all the details you added too :) TFS


  2. Great treat box. I can see this full of Christmas candy or Christmas cookies.

  3. Wow, wow, wow! What an impact that paper has....and a perfect gift box!

  4. Great gift box. i love it. Thanks for sharing


  5. I made 3 of these for my grandsons. Each box holds a mini animal no-batteries-needed flashlight. These boys love their flashlights! I had to make it longer, therefore, a little hand-cutting was necessary to fit and close.