Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Sweetie T-Shirt

I made this super cute T-shirt using the Spring Fever Holiday cartridge and a T-shirt from Michaels!  Quick and easy with my iron-on vinyl from Expressions Vinyl!  (click HERE to buy some).
Now, this "Sweetie" is from a previous cartridge, but I can't find which one!  The first person who tells in the comments what cartridge this is from gets a prize from me so if you are first, email me at joyster110@gmail.com, letting me know.

Here's what I cut everything at:

"swirl" at 4-3/4”  
"sweetie" at 2-1/2” 
"heart" at 2-3/4” 


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199 comments:

  1. I've only done photo books...can't seem to get into digital.

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  2. love to do photo books thanks
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  3. That cut looks like it came from the Lovestruck holiday cartridge to me. I've got to get some of that iron on vinyl. You've got me real interested in trying a similar project. A onesie for my newest grandson. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. It's from the Lovestruck seasonal cartridge!

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  5. Cute, cute shirt. This would be a great technique to use on some shirts for our soccer team moms! Maybe use the soccer cartridge thats out. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. I do photo books, not digital yet. thanks for a chance to win:)
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  7. I make photo in books. I'm new to making cards and haven't gotten into digital stuff yet. LindaB

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  8. OMG, I just love this T-shirt!!!! So absolutely cute!
    Brigitte

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  9. CUTE, I need to order some of that vinyl so I can start on xmas gifts! TFS!

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  10. Such a CUTE t-shirt!!! Love this! And would really LOVE all those stamps! They are my favorites!!! I haven't done too much digital stuff - I like the feel of paper too much!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  11. So far only books, but I have been checking out the digital. I like touching and picking out papers/embellishments, etc. thanks for the chance to win.
    slbela59athotmaildotcom

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  12. that shirt is so cute, I have to make one for my girls. Thanks for sharing. I don't digi scrap...I would love to, but can't pick up something else right now, my husband would kill me if I did =)

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  13. LOVE Emma's stamps, she always has such great designs. I only scrapbook with actual paper and embellies. I"m a hands on person.
    papermemories4u@ yahoo.com

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  14. I make photo books! I haven't digital scrapped before. I just ordered my first ever Cricut machine yesterday (the Imagine) and I am sooooooo excited! Would you consider the Cricut Imagine as digital scrapbooking?

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  15. I have done both, prefer the books tho

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  16. Great Shirt!!! Yes I digital scrap and make Photo Books digitally and traditionally.

    Eva :0)
    evascrapslife(at)gmail(dot)com
    http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com
    I have a giveaway on my blog

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  17. Love the T! I have got to get some vinyl and try this out!
    I make books, but have been dabbling with digital when I have some extra time.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win, already a follower:)

    ExpressionsByElaine.blogspot.com

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  18. Sweetie is from Spring Fever Holiday cartridge. I love that T Shirt.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  19. I do both digital scrapbooking and make photo books. Mostly I make cards and tags but I do a little bit of everything when I get time or have a special occassion.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  20. I'm a total paper scrapper. Never did a photo book and I can't get into digital scrapping. I need to be able to feel the supplies I'm working with.

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  21. You are going to get to to try fabric and vinyl yet! I spend 12-14 hours a day working at the computer and use my scrapping to decompress--so NO digital work for me!
    Shellee

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  22. This t-shirt is so cute!! I don't do digital scrapbooking, i prefer the look of homemade!!. Thanks for the chance to win!!
    Kristan
    sierrababy08 at hotmail dot com

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  23. I do both, but haven't had much free time lately:(
    I would love to win Emma's latest stamps!

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  24. Cute shirt I haven't tried iron on vinyl yet, but really want to try now, Thanks

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  25. Great T-shirt! I make photo books online and I make handmade scrapbooks. Too fun.

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  26. I LOVE digital scrapbooking! I do traditional too but digital can be so much faster! :o) The T-shirt is adorable Joy! :o)

    Theresa

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  27. Ok, I have no idea which cart the sweetie is from, but I just wanted to say the shirt is super-cute! Thanks for sharing this fun project!

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  28. Love the shirt! I think I may need to create some at our crop this weekend. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. CUTE t-shirt!! I love the idea of using the cartidges for things other that scrapbooks/cards

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  30. LOVE this stamp set!!!

    I've been wanting to try the iron on vinyl. THANKS for the link!

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  31. Love the shirt! I have not started digital scrapping - yet! I have made a few photo books.

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  32. I don't digi scrap or make photo books! I would miss the texture and layers of traditional scrapbooking to much! I have been know to use hybrid scrapping! cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

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  33. Digital Scrapbooking is new to me. I have printed the digi stamps and colored them in and used them in a book.

    Katie Perry
    perrykatie@charter.net

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  34. Ive never done a photo book. but iam interested in learning all about the digital scrap pages. Thanks for the chance to win the great stamp sets!

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  35. I like to do both. I actually started out doing ones by hand but now the computer is easier.I have all the pictures right in the computer and I dont have to print them. I have a creative memories program that is great and I can go in and make really cute albums then they ship to whomever I want to give them to.

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  36. Thanks for the give away! Great t-shirt. Just emailed you w/the cart Sweetie is on.
    JenE, blossom93 at yahoo dot com

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  37. I would love to digi scrap esp. if I can burn them on discs. Would be easier to cart around than 20 large scrapbooks.

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  38. Love it! I have no idea which cartridge it is from, but I love it! You are really having fun with vinyl this month! lclass003atgmaildotcom

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  39. Love the tshirt. I didnt know they had iron on vinyl. Interesting. I would like to try digital scrapbooking.It would make scrapping easier as the craft room is getting harder to move around in with my disability.
    Dawn RI
    abosoffit@hotmail.com

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  40. Love seeing the cricut used for things other then paper... Adorable! :)

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  41. i would love to learn about digital scrapbooking but until then i do photobooks or old fashion scrapbooking.

    aurora6772 at sbcglobal dot net

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  42. glad to know "quick & easy"!

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  43. Cute T-shirt! Is it from Tie the knot?
    Cecelia
    larocquecj at comcast dot net

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  44. Cute shirt. I'm definitely going to have to get some of this vinyl. I make photo books (traditional scrapbooking) but I do on occasion use the computer for journaling.

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  45. I just started using digital elements in my scrapping. Haven't made a photo book yet though.

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  46. Very cute! never tried iron on vinyl. thanks for the chance

    jdkentinc at aol dot com

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  47. I did some digital scrapbooking but I prefer to do the hands on scrapbooking. I get more satisfaction from it. I also find it easier. Love the t-shirt.

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  48. Looks like the word Sweetie is from the cupcake cartridge.

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  49. I love making photo books! I have played around with digital scrapping but always for back to the hands on stuff.

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  50. Vinyl on T-shirts - what a great idea! I love having a collection of digital images to use on layouts and cards, it's so easy and fun!

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  51. I may have to go to digital when I get older but right now I will stick with the photos. If I would win the E2 I have coveted I know everyone on the block would hear me shout.

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  52. I was incorrect. Miseed the flourish on the end of the word Sweetie. The cartridge it came from was Love Struck 2010

    Lovin my gypsy
    Debbu

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  53. I will just stick to photos. I like the feel of really scrapbooking. I would love to win the stamp and dies. They are all so great I couldn't make up my mind which I wanted the most.

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  54. This is super cute! I don't digi scrap - I like to get my hands dirty! :-)

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  55. What a great t-shirt!! It is the Lovestruck 2010 cartridge I believe. As for photobooks and digital scrapbooking, I have digital scrapbooked. I am also interested in hybrid scrapbooking (embellishing on the printed page). Thanks for the chance to win :)

    Happy Scrappin'

    Sue B
    http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

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  56. love, love, love the t-shirt. I have just recently looked into digital scrapbooking and hope to do more of it in the coming months.

    Thanks

    Janet

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  57. I am a scrapbooker. I am also adding to my stamp collection and would love to win your stamps.
    Thank you
    Linda in Stanwood

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  58. I do both. Love the tee shirt.

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  59. Strictly paper scrapper. I have WAY too many papers and embellishments that need to be used before switching to digital. Besides, I tried a digital page and it just didn't make sense to me. So I'll continue to hoard supplies :-)

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  60. Great shirt! Love it!
    I do photobooks from shutterfly all the time! Every chritmas, birthday, special occasions, etc get their own photobook! I also try to digital scrapbook using elements, but haven't done any lately!

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  61. I've made one digital scrapbook for our daughter's birth mother and it turned out great, but really do prefer paper scrapbooking. I don't know...there's just something more therapeutic in paper scrapping, I think! Thanks for the chance to win some awesome prizes!!

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  62. that is a really nice t-shirt! I may try it out too. thanks for sharing

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  63. I have just done photo books. The only digital I have done are a few stamps. Thanks for chance to win blog candy, adorable stamps.

    Donna C.
    goCricutgo

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  64. oh...and I make photo books with my Yudu...I have both of them, the big one and the little one! they are very good items to have...I only digital scrap when I have a coupon for Kodak.com

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  65. I do photo books. I like that a lot better!

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  66. Love this t-shirt! How easy to create cute Valetine's tees for kiddos. I really have to order some iron transfer vinyl.

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  67. I love doing photo books! To me they are more fun! TFS CallyAnn(follower)
    http://callyanncraftycreations.blogspot.com
    LOVIN the TEE

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  68. So, cool - i must invest in iron-on vinyl - that is awesome. The endless things I can make - these are great, thanks for sharing!

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  69. Photo books for me! I'd like to learn more about digital scrap, to try something new. I'm sure it gives many more options to work with! LOVE these new stamp sets!

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  70. Love the T-shirt, very cute. I have done photo books, but not digital scrapbooking. These are the best stamp sets, so many things you could do with them. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  71. Love the t shirt. I'm going to have to order some of that vinyl!

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  72. Very Cutie shirt! And the stamps are a must have!
    I don't "Digiscrap, but I have made a couple of digi books for my Moms. I really like to "touchy-feely" of scrap pages, so I don't do much with the "digi" stuff!
    Thanks, again!
    Tbrownlee@natlcrane.com

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  73. Cute tee. I have done some digi, but I prefer paper. I have also some some photobooks. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Michelle
    scrappinmomof2 at gmail dot com

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  74. i've only every scrapped the old fashioned way, however, i just got my first 'digital' download for my bottlecaps, and i love it.
    so mabye something 'new' is in my future. love the 'game night'stamps the best!

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  75. Very cute t-shirt! I have ordered some of this vinyl and can't wait to use it. I absolutely LOVE Emma's stamps, so I'd LOVE to WIN!!!

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  76. Joy, I'm a "hybrid" scrapper. Before the Cricut I used my computer and printer to make awesome titles with all sorts of fonts and did fun things with my journaling. I like working with my hands and my Cricut too much to give up the paper part, but sometimes I print out my own paper and I still do some journaling on the computer, although it is faster to do it by hand and more personal...
    I love your t-shirt! Sweet!

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  77. Very pretty shirt! Love the pink. Thanks for sharing.

    coupondenise at live dot com

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  78. I do photo book and cards
    mema
    wilsonp58@yahoo.com

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  79. I do both kind of books traditional and digital, but have been doing more digital. Love the tshirt.

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  80. Very cute book. No scrapbooking yet.

    Tina

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  81. I'm a digital scrapbooker now, I've been converted! I use Creative Memories program and I LOVE it!

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  82. I love Photo Books, all sizes! Digital is not as fun, although very beautiful, because I can't touch the products, just the keyboards...I am going to check out the iron-on vinyl, that looks fun!

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  83. So far, I have made photo books, but I am just starting to dabble in digital. I feel that I don't print off digital though, and I LOVE the finished product!

    cherie.goyer at gmail.com
    http://oneheartscrapper.blogspot.com

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  84. I love this T-shirt...such a great idea! I'm having a baby in February, so time to start making decorated onesies!! :)

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  85. It is from Love Struck Solutions cartridge...I sent you an e-mail, but I have no idea if I'm first...thanks for a chance to win something "sweet"!

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  86. I'm a photo book scrapper. Great stamp giveaway.

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  87. Love this project. I think I need some of this iron-on vinyl

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  88. I am a beginner at photo books. Trying to catch up on years of my daughters photos as I am retiring. Great T-shirt and giveaway.
    Kathy

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  89. Cute shirt.
    marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com
    follower

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  90. Cute t-shirt!! I'm a paper girl, have never done digi-scrapping and doubt I ever will, there's just something special to me to sit down and make it with my hands! Thanks for the chance to win, I'm a follower!

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  91. The word Sweetie was from the seasonal cart - Love Struck. That was a toughie! Probably one of the last places I looked.

    I don't digi scrap, but I have made photobooks at Shutterfly.

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  92. I only did photo books before I started scrapbooking. Love them both but like the manual creativity in traditional scrapbooks.

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  93. Very nice t-shirt. I don't do either. I'm a card maker. Thank you for sharing your project.

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  94. I am just getting into this craft, I haven't done any scrapbooking yet. I want to make one of those books that each leaf in the book spells something, usually a name or event. I am making cards now, and hope to expand my horizons soon. There is so much to learn!

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  95. Like using digital when I can but really LOVE making Mini Photo-Journal Albums with lots of photo and journal pages tucked in. My favorite size to work with is 9"x 9" I am making a bunch of them for Christmas Gifts this year. Would love to win a Cricut cartridge on "Everyday Cricut" to add to my Gypsy this week. Dzymum

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  96. I think that the cartridge that you used was love struck 2010.

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  97. very cute shirt...now I want to make thee for my scrap girls

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  98. I started out digital but then got an Expression and havent looked back! lol!

    Melissa
    Mellylacaze at gmail dot com

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  99. very cute,i am yet to try something with fabric, i am a little apprehensive about it

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  100. Your t-shirt turned out really cute. This is something I'd be interested in doing. My kiddos would love handmade shirts by mom!

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  101. Super cute shirt! I love this idea; my 5 yr old daughter and I would have so much fun with this project! Oh, and thanks for the tip on Expressions Vinyl.

    Carrie

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  102. SuperCute shirt! I make photo books sometimes and I like to add digital elements to my paper scrapbooks, too!

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  103. Love the shirt. I have some Iron on Vinyl. I just need to remember how to use it. Thanks. for the tips.

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  104. Paper - digital - paper (repeat). I like them all.

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  105. That shirt looks great, Joy!!! :) Do you think I need the iron-on vinyl for a nylon backpack? Besides walls & wood, what does regular vinyl stick to?

    I haven't done digital scrap booking or photo books! I am all about the bling (& love the dimension!)!

    Thanks so much for sharing and for the chance to win (I would be ecstatic to win Emma's My Creative Time's newest release!),

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  106. Thanks, what more can be said!!!!!!!

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  107. I've made one photo book, my wedding photos. I love it.

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  108. No I haven't done digital projects--don't know how.

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  109. Love the tshirt! Thanks again for the chance to win :)

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  110. love the tshirt! I ahven't done ay digital projects! not sure if i would like to

    michelesscrapycreations35 at yahoo dot com

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  111. I don't do any digi scrapping but I make photo books for gifts occasionally.
    ra6352 (at) gmail (Dot) com

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  112. Great t-shirt!!
    Kathy
    http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

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  113. Love to do photo books and want to try digital.

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  114. I've done digital cards, but not scrapbooking. I haven't tried to make a photobook yet, maybe someday...

    Thanks for the chance to win these awesome stamps from Emma.

    lflinesatcomcastdotnet

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  115. I love the tshirt!!! Have not been brave enough to try the iron on vinyl. This makes me want to try!!
    Would so love to win these stamps

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  116. Cute t-shirt!! I have to get that iron-on vinyl.

    Carol

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  117. Cute tshirt! I only have one digital book and it is one from Shutterfly. Pretty basic. I am more a traditional scrapper.

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  118. I've only done photo books and don't really want to venture into the digital world because that will add to a whole different collection...lol! Hand pages are very tedious indeed but I like printing and cutting pictures as I put pages together! I'm just learning how to use a few pictures and not the millions I take! Thanks for the chance to win and of course all your tips and great inspirations!

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  119. I just love to make photo books!!!

    P.s. Love the tee shirt...cute!!

    Mickey

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  120. I haven't done either type. Love your shirt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. Cute idea. I'm going to have to try making a t-shirt or pillow now.
    anndiehl@centurytel.net

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  122. I've never tried digital scrapbooking or doing photo books. Maybe I should expand from within my box.

    Brenda W.
    joyfulcardmaker@frontiernet.net

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  123. Love the shirt! Thanks for sharing!

    Mona
    monaarmstrong@hotmail.com

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  124. I haven't tried either, but my husband says he wants to try digital scrapbooking. I hope he does!!! I wasn't going to make any t-shirts until I saw this one Joy! It is so cute, I might give it a try anyway!

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  125. I've actually never done either. But I have my first baby about to make an appearance any day more. I'm thinking with the way I love to snap photos, photo books might be the way to go.

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  126. I haven't really got into digital scrapping yet and so far I have just stuck with traditional scrapbooking, no photo books or anything else. I am trying to make all my special cards this year since I got a cricut machine and am having a lot of fun so far. Thanks for the chance to win some really neat stamps.
    awc_409@yahoo.com

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  127. Haven't gone digital yet--too much $$ invested in traditional supplies/tools to justify it. DH & I made a photo book of youngest child for her first family Christmas. It came out amazing!

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  128. Oh do we get anoth chance today?!?!? I really would just love this new set from Emma. I had just saved enough to get my first order from her before the new release. I have to wait a long while before I came order more -- big lipped sad face --
    Thanks fro the chance -- Sweete top!

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  129. cute tee! I am a traditional scrapbooker!

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  130. Such a cute t-shirt. That cut is from the the Love Struck cartridge. That is a neat cartridge with cuts from so many different cartridges!

    scrappindhilly at gmail dot com

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  131. Love the T-shirt! I'll have to look into getting that vinyl! I do digi scrap sometimes depends on the project! I'd say I prolly do half n half! I enjoy both ways! :) ~*PD :)

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  132. I've tried digital scrapbooking.

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  133. I have a photobook at Snapfish in the works. I find it very easy to move pictures around constantly and shrink them to the size I want. So different than traditional scrapbooking because the size of the print is what I have to work with!

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  134. Very cute shirt... and no I don't digital scrapbook or do photobooks, just good ol fashioned scrapbooking for me!

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  135. I'm a paper & bling, flower and general doodad girl. My two teen daughters have told me I am not allowed to go digital... Go figure, this from the Facebook generation!

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  136. Great t shirt! I have ever tried digital scrapping but I have done photo books.

    sueot33@yahoo.com

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  137. plans are to do some digital ... have not been brave enough yet ... love my paper and trimmer!
    Sandra ltb

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  138. Super cute t-shirt! Great cartridge!
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  139. Very cute T-shirt! I really like this cart. TFS!

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  140. I have done photo books, Cant really get into digital yet! Love your t-shirt!

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  141. I sure wish I would have been the first one to comment. It's from the Lovestuck Cartridge. So glad that I got that Cartridge. Cute T-Shirt! :0)

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  142. I do not digital scrap aor make photo books. I mostly do cards and some scrapbooking.

    Linda

    lmkindell1@verizon.net
    lindashappyplace.blogspot.com

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  143. Hi Joy!
    CUTE shirt! Thank you for sharing...you're a "Sweetie" :o)

    Suzanne
    suzwatanabe@yahoo.com

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  144. Argh! I don't know which cartridge it came from! Love the shirt anyway.

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  145. I love working with texture and color so I mainly do pages - plus I have a paper addiction! I have done some pages digitally, but get more satisfaction from actually scrapbooking.
    These stamps are adorable!!! They would help feed my texture and paper addiction!!! Thanks for the opportunity!
    jdwlo

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  146. super cute T-shirt....
    I am in the process of making a photo book right now.....so at this time I am still unsure if I like it....
    brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

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  147. what a cute shirt. I have to get some of that iron on vinyl. Julie

    luniegirls at yahoo dot com

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  148. Cute tee shirt, I didn't know they made iron on vinyl. I have never done digital scrapbooking.

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  149. Thsoe stamp sets look amazing!!

    I digital scrapbook using the CM software - absolutely amazing! I like printing out my pages on my home printer to make mini albums with the YourStory, or bringing the files to Costco to print 12x12 pages for my albums. I don't do this nearly enough and I am SO VERY behind in the scrapbooking world - been focusing too much on cards and gifts!

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  150. I love to do photo books. I can't seem to get into the digital. I have been given a couple of digital books. Thanks!!

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  151. I like to do photo books, I did do a digital book as a gift and though it is so professional looking and cool.... I still love the hands on approach of photo books. I love your t-shirt:o) And those new stamps are just darling!!

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  152. Super cute t. I like tradional scrap books. Good old scissors and glue.

    Mari

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  153. I have done both but definitely prefer the old fashioned paper scrapbooking method.

    THANK YOU for the chance to win!

    Lori
    thepaisleyturtle@gmail.com

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  154. I use digital images often for cards, but prefer my paper stash for backgrounds and layouts.

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  155. I make photo books - I like the texture of layers. BTW, how do you launder the tee shirts?

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  156. What a great shirt and a great idea. I'll definitely being trying this. Thanks for the inspiration. I've done photo books and I do a little bit of the digi scrapping but most of my stuff is paper scrapping.

    crotheker at gmail dot com

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  157. I'm not into digital. Love the old fashioned hands-on! This shirt is adorable. Can it be washed?

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  158. Digital scares me! I've loved papers and stationery since I was a little girl - can't imagine scrappin' without them.
    bhadder at mei dot net

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  159. what a fun shirt! never knew there was iron on vinyl! the only digital papercrafting I do is once in a while digital stamping! Otherwise I'm pretty traditional! :)

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  160. Hi, my grandaughter would look GREAT in that shirt!

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  161. I have just got to try to make my kids some t-shirts! You make it look sooo easy! I love working with vinyl, so I am bound to like using the iron on vinyl. - - Thanks for the inspiration and a chance to win!

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  162. Love this card, new to this hope it works!

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  163. I love to do photo books and love working with my Cricut! Lynn

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  164. Have only done photo books .... haven't tried the digital yet.

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  165. I have only done photo books...but the digital world is calling to me! It's only a matter of time.

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  166. I love the spring fever cartridge. Very cute shirt.Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  167. I don't work in the digital realm - really, I'm hopeless on the computer!

    Cute T-shirt. One of these days, I really do want to try making a shirt with iron-on vinyl cut with my Cricut....

    Wendy T.

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  168. I've only done layouts and cards. I do want to try cutting vinyl for home decor. I'm just learning how to use my expressions machine so I'm taking one step at a time. Love your website and all of your creations. You certainly are talented. Would love to win the stamp sets.

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  169. I answered this question on your other post. I love the t-shirt though, this iron on vinyl looks great.
    Kim xXx

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  170. I love changing up my home decor, especially for the different holidays. And, would really enjoying having these sets. Thanks for the chance to win. I actually would really like to have that banner set to use at work. I work at a High School office and would love to decorate the front office window with different banners.

    gaylecmc@gmail.com

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  171. Can't quite get into digital.. i Prefer the look of the handmade look. Digital seems so "boring" a lot of times..

    Great idea btw.. I never though1t about putting vinyl on a tshirt

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  172. I am no techie, so digital scrapbooking terrifies me! I've worked only on photo books. Thanks for the chance to win Emma's stamp sets!

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  173. I do cards, but scrapbooks take to much time for me... I have done some digital photobooks and are great :-)

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  174. Love the T shirt.
    I have not ventured into digital scrapping. But have had a small play years ago with clip art as an embellishment type stamp. But I perfer the hands on thing. I have completed 1 mini envelope album and am almost finished a second. I just love the ability to make something from nothing. I just love the stamps sets. I cant get them here in Australia so I just look. It would be awesome to win it. Yes sweetie is on Love struck.

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  175. very cute top. i need to get my hands on some vinyl, and try it. but i think ill end up vinlying verything lol. thanks for all you do and share. 1205love@gmail.com

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  176. Home Projects are the best way to show off your creative skills whilst making functional things. I love to craft up plain ordinary house hold items, i Have even started some projects for my office!!

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  177. So cute!! I love making "custom" clothes! I have only cut regular vinyl, not iron-on. Thanks so much because now I am completely motivated!

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  178. I love this shirt! I can't wait to make some shirts for my staff

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  179. What a great idea! Another use for the cricut. Awesome giveaways too!

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  180. I use my Cricut for so many paper crafting projects, but I have yet to create a home decor project. When I found your blog, I'm very inspired by how easy it is to create beautiful pieces with my Cricut for around the house. Now I just need to sit my butt down and do it! Thanks!

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  181. I am starting to branch out into home decor. What a fun new area to explore!
    Peggy N

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  182. I make photo books. I may try digital sometime in the future.

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  183. Please enter me to win the cartridges, love your blog

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  184. Haven't done home decor yet, but am waiting on my imagine, which comes with vinyl, so I am eager to learn

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  185. I've only done page layouts and cards and can certainly use the stamps and dies. Have bought some from Emma before and love them.

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  186. I digital scrap to make photobooks!

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  187. I don't do digital, and I haven't made any photo books, but it is on my growing list of "crafty things to do!"

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  188. I have made a couple of photo books but that is about all I do "digitally". I would love to get into digital but don't really have the time to invest in the "learning curve".

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  189. such a cute shirt. love it. I like to make scrapbooks for family and friends, but have never made a photo book or done a digital scrapbook. love to try it some time.
    thanks for the chance to win.

    tammi_amata@ameritech.net

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  190. Adorable t-shirt, I am a huge fan of this t- shirts, I have yet to try to play with vinyl, I might need to give it a try. I started as a digital scrapbooker and graduated to Photo books not long ago, I still need to play more with my Your Story mini...TFS and for the chance to win such awesome prizes! Have a happy and crafty day!
    Liz

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  191. I've never done digital, but have a few photo books I've gotten for free.

    Rebekkah

    rebocker at yahoo dot com

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  192. I'm a paper scrapper all the way. I just don't have any interest in digital, although I've seen some beautiful pages on other blogs!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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