Welcome to the September Bitten by the Bug 2 blog hop! If you are following the blog hop you probably arrived here from the blog of our very talented Penny, PennieAnnies.
If you are a follower who is stopping by my blog, when you finish here be sure to go to the BBTB2 blog and start the hop as you will not want to miss a thing!
Our BBTB2 challenge cut of the week was selected by my awesome fellow Michigan State Alumni, Donna of Popsicle Toes. Donna selected the wheelbarrow cut from Walk in my Garden cartridge. I do own the WIMG cartridge, but I wanted to be different so I chose to use the wheelbarrow image with the little girl from A Child's Year.
I used three cartridges to create this card: A Child's Year, Art Philosophy, and Cheerful Seasons. I designed the card in Cricut Design Studio. The base card and front matting were cut using Art Philosophy. I used Cheerful Seasons to cut extra maple leaves to fill my wheelbarrow and to scatter around.
So now on to the blog hop: Yes, yes, I do have blog candy for the blog hop! Custom Crops is generously sponsoring my blog for this monthly blog hop, and they will be awarding one blog hopper with a $20 gift voucher to spend at their site! How cool is that? All you have to do to be registered for the blog hop is leave a comment under this post and be a follower of this blog.
If you have not been by Custom Crops in the last few days you are going to be overwhelmed with quantity of new products they have in stock. There are over 1,000 new products on the Custom Crops web site. Additionally, there is a special Halloween/Autumn category for all of your fall and Halloween decorating and scrapping. If you love fall as much as I do, you will want to head right over and check out all of the cute autumn crafting products!!!
I am the last stop on the BBTB2 blog hop. We hope you decided to create your own wheelbarrow project and play along with us this week. Just post your project at the BBTB2 site to enter.
Thanks for hopping by today - I will be back tomorrow with a new project to share - along with a few photos of a weekend event!