Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Cooking with Cricut Bible Verse

November 20th through November 26th is National Bible Verse Week! Cooking with Cricut is celebrating this with their challenge this week - make something with a Bible Verse.

I made some star ornaments with the Art Philosophy Cartridge and the Everlasting Life stamp set from Close To My Heart.

First I used the Art Philosophy Cartridge to cut out stars at 2 1/2 inches and filled the page.  One sheet of cardstock will make 16 ornaments.

Then I stamped the stars with a verse sentiment from the Everlasting Life stamp set in Barn Red and Cocoa Ink.

This is what the stars look like after you stamp them

Next I glued the cardstock stars to a sheet of Elmer's foam board using a hot glue gun

The final step was to cut out the stars (I started with a knife but found scissors to work best), ink the edges, punch a hole at the top and thread some twine through the hole to hang the ornaments.

Some pictures of the finished ornaments . . .

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and enjoy the rest of this holiday season with your families!  We truly have been so blessed!!

Thanks for stopping.  Don't forget to link your project over at cooking with cricut - can't wait to see what you cook up :)

For more information about my 11/11/11 SALE and 3-day Thanksgiving Sale see post here.

Linking with: Today's Creative Blog, Kurtz Corner, and the link parties listed to the left
Elizabeth Mindemann


  1. I love your ornaments, Elizabeth. So clean and simple and elegant! Have a great Thanksgiving.

    ~ Jen, CWC Design Team

  2. Elizabeth, This is just a super idea to create the ornaments with the Bible verse on them. This is a perfect example of "less is more". They are just beautiful.

    Happy Thanksgiving.

  3. Great idea! These are beautiful! I'm stopping over from Cure for the Common Monday. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Those are beautiful! Happily following you back!

  5. Love your ornaments! They will be featured tonight! Hope to see you again! Love, Me

  6. These are adorable and seem so easy to make. Found you at Talking Too Much. I'm your newest follower..

  7. Hi Elizabeth, what a lovely idea. Thanks for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris


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