Tuesday, April 5, 2011

How to Make Cricut Circle Logo Paper!

Here's how to make Cricut Circle logo paper -so easy!

To make a page with one color Cricut Circle logos:
Using your Imagine machine and the Cricut Everyday cartridge, do the following:
1) Adjust your settings so the machine will only print.
2) Enter the plain logo (base shape) on key #1 on the Cricut Everyday cartridge.
3) Edit the sizing to 1" true size.
4) Fill with green or pink color to get the solid papers.
5) Press Next and go to the print and cut preview screen.  Click on the "autofill button".
6) Load Mat and press cut (in this case it will only print).

Want a multi-colored sheet?
Using your Imagine machine and the Cricut Everyday cartridge, do the following:
1) Adjust your settings so the machine will only print.
2) Enter the plain Cricut logo (base shape) on key #1 on the Cricut Everyday cartridge.
3) Edit the sizing to 1" true size.
4) Enter FIVE more Cricut logos.
5) Edit and fill first logo with green, the next with blue, yellow, pink, black, then red.
6) Press Next and go to the print and cut preview screen.  Click on the "autofill button".   
7) Load Mat and press cut (in this case it will only print).

I used the pre-set colors on the Cricut Imagine All Wrapped Up Cartridge and they were fantastic for this use!
Here are some projects using the Cricut Circle logo papers I made and the milk box cut on the Cricut Imagine All Wrapped Up cartridge.  This is the only cartridge that has a milk box cut and it cuts out fairly large.  Wouldn't this be cute with some candy in it for a crop or Cricut Swarm you might be attending.  The pink Cricut Circle logo paper would be great for a Scrap Pink event!
I also used the Cricut Everyday Cartridge on these projects:





Green is cut at "fit to page" and comes out approximately 6" tall to the top. Logo cut at 2".


Pink was cut at 6.5" and stands approximately 5" tall to the top. Logo cut at 1-1/2".

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68 comments:

  1. I want the Imagine so bad! This is some great little gifts! Wonderful work!

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  2. LOL! So simple!!! I'm totally going to make some paper!

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  3. sooooo adorable ! I will defintely have to try it!
    and Ive been searching for a milk container almost bought one from SU glad its finally on a cart!
    thanks
    scrappinwithmybug.com

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  4. Wow, that is so super cool! I love it. Thanking you for sharing.

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  5. Oh wow--so cute! Yet another cartridge added to my wish list-hee. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to give it a try! :D

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  6. how cute is this? Fantastic idea. thanks for sharing

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  7. Absolutely love the cricut milk cartridges. They are adorable.
    Sherry

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  8. Hi

    That is so cool and you're so talented, I love your videos!

    I have a blog award for you. Please visit my blog to collect it. I got my first one today so am super excited! yay!

    Thanks for being an inspiration to me.

    Hugs Janene x

    mypixielandcrafts.blogspot.com

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  9. OMG, they're so adorable! Have never seen that before. Great idea. -- Pat N.

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  10. Oh my gosh....how cute is that! Imagine the imagine in my house...hmmmmm dreaming.
    Great milk cartons too!
    smiles...Tammy

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  11. Oh my gosh... I don't know why I never thought about making my own circle paper! That is fabulous! I am going upstairs right now and making some! I have sooo wanted this cartridge since I saw it on Hello Thursday a couple months ago, now I want it even more! Thank you so much for sharing... this is awesome!!
    Lori

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  12. Well how awesome are you!!!! I just LOVE this and have soooo many ideas for using it. Thank you for sharing your ideas!

    Nadia

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  13. great idea- now I want the all wrapped up cart.
    Thanks for sharing
    Great job.
    http:dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  14. This is so cool!!! TFS such great instructions:o)

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  15. Oh, my!!! How adorable. I need the Wrapped Up cartridge for sure!

    Marta
    sassyscraps1@yahoo.com

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  16. Such a great idea, it looks awesome! Love the milk cartons...geesh, another cart on my wish list now!!!

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  17. Cute projects! I may have to get an Imagine after all!

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  18. Joy you just made my day. I will be using this little milk carton for my Circle Crop June 3rd in Louisville KY. Thank you Thank you. But I did have to buy the imagine All wrapped up cart..hehehe

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  19. So cute. I LOVE it! You are so creative. Now if only I had an Imagine and that cartridge ;). Hugs- Glora

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  20. You are making me rethink needing the Imagine! They shoukld be paying you commissions!
    Shellee

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  21. Great job & you beat me to the punch, lol...i want to find the cuttlebug folder for the logo image, have you seen it...i have only seen it in someones project, i think it was in the blog (not certain tho)
    I used differnet colors, bright primary, with the cricut lime green...tyfs<3

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  22. Yiikes....how cute...your creative juices are abounding....you rock!!



    Joan Smith

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  23. So Cool!!! I'm not a Circle member, but do have an Imagine... all the things we can do..... mind boggling... thanks so much for sharing your idea... I Love It!!!
    --Robin

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  24. Up until now I was content with my Expression but now I am wondering if I need the Imagine or maybe I will wait for the E2. Wow, so much to think about. Love the paper!

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  25. Cute and great instructions!
    MCF's Mimi

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  26. How fun! I am so gonna make some paper! Love it!

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  27. Absolutely amazing! And so easy! I'm definitely going to print some out!

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  28. I never though of this, I'm so glad you did!! Thanks for sharing and the great instructions.

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  29. How great to make your own logo paper. Now why didn't I think of that?!

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  30. I'm sure you get this all the time but YOU'RE BRILLANT!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  31. Now this is just tooo cute and fun!
    I bet I could do it on my expression with markers.

    Great ideas and creations!
    You Rock!

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  32. Finally! A cartridge and project that makes me actually WANT an I!!!! LOL Thanks for sharing!

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  33. The milk carton idea is a great idea.
    Gloria

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  34. Oh, WOW!!!!!! Joy, this is amazing...it's one of those, "well, duh, why didn't I think of that?????!!!" moments, but, I'm soooooooooo glad that YOU thought of it!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!!!!

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  35. This is such a great project!!!Is this cricut everyday cartridge a circle member only cart? Sure would love to have it.Just gotta love your milk carton idea a fun project!!!

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  36. You Rock!!! This post comes just in time for me to make some calling cards. TFS...

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  37. Thanks for the idea Joy. I tried it last night and it's great. I used the actual RGB code for cricut green too. Love that feature on the Imagine. I made the bug heads too using the same cartridge. Too cute. The circle logo looks cute at 1/2 inch as well, lots of little logos. Great idea.

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  38. Oh My how cute is that paper, I love it.
    marlene

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  39. Ok, now I totally need this cart. Shame on you!!!LOL!!! Like I really needed an excuse. I love this milk carton. I almost got the Stamp in up die for this. I probably still will!!! Thanks so much. Sandy C.

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  40. Super great Idea! Wish we could Weld withe the GYPSY & IMAGINE!! For those of us not Circle members.
    Really cute idea!

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  41. What a great idea I love it see now I want that cart. even more I have to go shoping now gee thanks lol.

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  42. LOVE this; thank you Joy!

    xx Susan

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  43. I didn't want the imagine before, but now I really want it!!! This is really adorable and creative!

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  44. So adorable! Now I totally want a imagine or at least the E2 and this cart!!

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  45. i have not been impressed nor felt the need for this machine. however, this is the first project i've seen made with the 'imagine', and i love it.

    good job, and an excellent project made. i can see some purses made with this......(hint...tbbm)

    (((smile)))
    kat

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  46. Love the design, it turned out totally awesome!!!

    Carol

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  47. I want to become a circle member!! How do I do that?!? TFS! You have such great ideas!

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  48. What a great idea! Makes me wish I had an Imagine :D. TFS!!

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  49. Thanks for sharing, Joy.

    Blessings, Donna
    grandma4five

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  50. Oh my. I really would like the imagine! it looks like so much fun!

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  51. Sadly, I can only Imagine what it would be like to create this project! I NEED the Imagine

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  52. Thanks for the instructions, now, to get an imagine.

    juliayoder@hotmail.com

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  53. I IMAGINE I could make alot of paper....small problem...I'm missing the IMAGINE....go figure!!

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  54. Hi :D Pass by my blog! I have left an award for you :D

    -Adri
    www.macheriecreations.com

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  55. I love the paper! I am going to have to make it! thank you for sharing with us!!

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  56. That is the most amazing layout; something you can create yourself. I think I must have the Imagine machine now :) Thank you for sharing and the detailed instructions

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  57. Nati, I have a friend who would sell you her Imagine. She hates it. With the price and the cartridges to replace and the weight, and all the problems they've had with calibration, it is a wonder anyone else would buy one.

    Joy, do you have any more tips on the E2? I am counting the days till they offer them on HSN!

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  58. This is such a cute idea, thanks for sharing!

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  59. Woo hoo! Love those Cricut milk cartons. Thanks for the instructions.

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  60. These are really cute treat boxes! Great little gift! I dont have an Imagine yet, but Its defintely on my list!

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  61. These projects are great would love to have an imagine.
    Because I love all these great ideas you are all so talented. Thank you for sharing with us

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  62. Ladies, So fantastic! Love the cricut logo paper.

    Thanks, Pam DeK

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