Friday, October 19, 2012

Cricut Art Philosophy Autumn Blog Hop

Welcome to our Autumn Art Philosophy Blog Hop!  
Each month we are showcasing our amazing Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge which can be  purchased exclusively through a Close to My Heart Independent  Consultant.

It's the time of year where leaves are changing colors, temperatures are dropping, the days are shorter, and the holidays are quickly approaching.  This month we will be  featuring projects with an Autumn theme made using the Art  Philosophy Cricut cartridge!   

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 Amie ~ Mimi, Myself, and I, then you're in the right place!

My project is ...
this fun leaf collecting bag I made using pg. 23, Shift, Font Layer on the Art Philosophy Cart. (Z1686)
The paper used was our new Scholastic paper pack (X7159B), Stamp set was Fall Harvest (C1504)

It was very easy to stamp on our new Arbor Wooden Shapes (Z1765)

The next stop on your trail of falling leaves is Rebecca ~ Stamp and Scrap Studio

Here's the entire blog hop lineup in case you "fall" off the path:

Lucy ~ Love 2 Create 
Darla ~ Caution:  Crafting is Contagious
Diana ~ Dianas Free Moments 
Stephanie ~ The Quilted Scrapper 
Amie ~ Mimi, Myself, and I
Jennifer ~ 4 Hearts Scrapbooking
Rebecca ~ Stamp and Scrap Studio
Kindred Hearts ~ It Makes Total Cents
Arlene ~ Arlene's Creative Space
Amanda  ~ Scraps of Love
Priscilla ~ Priscilla's Paperie
Ginger ~ Ginger's Creative Cottage
Michelle ~ My Flights of Fancy


  1. How beautiful! I absolutely love the colors you chose--awesome!

  2. Stunning! I was just saying last night, at my card workshop, I have to get these stamps! What a cute back to show them off! I think this bag is so versatile and love that it is on our cartridges!

  3. This is so cute. Love the colors you choose. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Really like that set of stamps! Looks fabulous on this! Great color combos that really say Fall!

  5. Super cute bag! Love all the little details on it! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Love your project Jen -- I can't believe that was the Scholastic paper! TFS :)