Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Cricut Magnet Project and GIVEAWAY!

 Today's project uses the gorgeous Teresa Collins Cricut December 25 cartridge,  Cricut Cuttables White Magnet Material and the Cricut Deep Cut Blade & Housing, as well as Cricut Vinyl in Ruby Red.  It actually was a very quick and easy project to do.

Here's what I used:


I cut the "Noel" at 3.25".

There are a couple of key steps:

1) Due to the intricacy of the cut, I applied the vinyl to the magnet material prior to cutting.

2) I changed my setting on Cricut to multicut it 4 times.  I think I would do 5 next time because I had to kind of punch out the cut.  It worked and I didn't have any damage but next time I would do one more cut just to make sure.  To do that manually, set your Cricut to cut 4 times using the settings menu.  After it finishes, do not remove the mat, instead hit the "load mat" button and then turn off multicut.  Press the "cut" button.

3) In the future, I would choose an image with less swirls and more "dense" area.  The magnet material isn't super strong and I worried about how well it would stay put.  So far, so good, though, as I've driven my car all over the place since I put it on yesterday.

4) Follow the settings directions on the Magnet Material packaging.

I think this is an easy, fun, removable project!

Today's giveaway is a package of Cricut Magnet Material and a Package of Cricut Vinyl!





How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below letting me know if you've ever used the magnet material and what you thought of it.
2) Subscribe or follow the blog.

That's it!  Winner to be announced on Sunday and has two weeks to claim prize.

Don't forget I am also giving away the Joyslife Oh Christmas Pun Stamp Set - enter HERE  for a chance to win the stamp set (not below).

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218 comments:

  1. Your magnet is very pretty! Thanks for all the tips. I've never used the Cricut magnet material but it does look like fun!

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  2. Interesting post because I've never known about the magnet material. Love the idea of it because it is something you can make and is removable.

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  3. I have not used the magnet material but I do like what you have done. I now want to decorate my car also. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. What a cool idea! I have seen this material before but never used it. I am learning so much from you, thanks.

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  5. What a great idea! Never would have thought of adhering the vinyl first - Simple yet stunning! Thank you for sharing all your ideas. I have used the vinyl before but never cut the magnetic material but will certainly now give it a try. TFS Nancy

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  6. I would love to try this! It looks awesome!!! Thanks

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  7. I love your idea! I have not used the magnet material yet but I will, now!

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  8. I have not yet used the magnetic material, but I'd like to!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  9. I am an email subscriber.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  10. What a great idea thanks Joy and what a neat give away thanks for the chance...How awesome that you had a chance to craft and share just awesome!! Thanks for spreading some "JOY"!!!!!

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  11. Thanks for all this information! I have been super curious about starting to use other materials with my Cricut and this helps!

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  12. Oh how cute is that! I would have loved to have a christmas greeting on the back of my car!! cute cute... I've never used the magnet but sure can't wait to try.

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  13. I have not used the magnet material yet, but my brain is now in overdrive thinking of all the cool things I could do with it!

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  14. Love this idea. I haven't tried the magnet material but want to now.

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  15. So pretty...and no...never used it! Lee-Ann :)

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  16. Joy ~
    What a Fun Festive project!
    Never thought of making my own magnets but you have my wheels turning. Our front & back doors are metal so I put up notes for my family. A customized magnet would be much funner, Thanks!

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  17. What a great idea. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  18. I love that magnet! So pretty! I have that cartridge but I have never tried to magnetic material. I would love to though!

    Tracy G

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  19. WOW! Love this! I have never used vinyl or magnet material or the deep-set housing.....sooo much to learn and do! Thanks for sharing this, so fun!

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  20. This is cool. I havent tried cutting magnet with my cricut yet.

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  21. This "Noel" magnet was the best! You are soooo creative! I have never worked with this, but you are making me want to learn how!

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  22. I love this idea! I haven't thought of making a magnet with my cricut before. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  23. I have used it, however, it was a learning curve. A lot of trial and error with it. Your directions are great! Wish I would have had these when I tried it. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. What a fun idea. I've never thought to use magnetic sheet in my Cricut.

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  25. I haven't used the magnet material yet. I'm looking forward to trying it. Love your design.

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  26. I have never attempted cutting magnet but after seeing your project I may give it a try. Thanks for the tips.

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  27. that is so cool, like the idea of decorating the car for Christmas too!

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  28. LOVE this so cute!!! I want to try

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  29. i've never used either the magnet or the vinyl, but would love to give them a try one of these days.

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  30. Never used magnet material but I do make vinyl cut outs for my car and change for each season.

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  31. What a great idea! I haven't used magnetic material, only vinyl.

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  32. What a great idea! I have never used the magnet material but will certainly try it now! I already subscribe to this blog and love it. You are the best!

    Onlyonejane (at) Gmail (dot) com

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  33. Magnet is cute. I have never used cricut magnet.

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  34. What a great way to show your Christmas spirit!

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  35. I've never used it but would love to try. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  36. That is gorgeous...what a great idea! I follow you on my reader.

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  37. I've used the vinyl, but not the magnet material. It would be fun to try it.

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  38. i think this one is such fun.
    Love that you share your creativity as well.

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  39. Great project and tutorial. I haven't used the Cricut magnet material but have used magnet material before and I love it. I tried a project using the Paper Doll cart. Magnets worked great only the project was a disaster.

    Hugs, CyndiU
    cureta2 at yahoo dot com

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  40. No I have never tryed the magnet but, I would love to try some. Thank you so much. The Noel is so cute on you car. I love it!
    Kathy:)


    kathy.unger113@gmail.com

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  41. What a great idea! Thanks for the tips. Saves a lot of time and supplies! Jean H.

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  42. I have not tried the magnet yet, but I absolutely LOVE this idea! My son's middle name is 'Noel'....although I don't think he would want me to put that on his car! ;) LOL! I can't wait to try this idea though! Thanks :)

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  43. I have not used the magnet material yet. Love you project. Thank you for a chance to win. Hugs, Velma

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  44. What a lovely project, love the idea.
    so far I haven't dared the magnet cutting yet, haven't been able to get my hands on any for a decent price, I did try my first vinyl cut yesterday, couple of foul ups but was a success,

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  45. I USED VINYL FOR DECALS ON MY CAR AND REMEMBER I WANTED TO HAVE A PROGRAM DESIGNED FOR MEMORIALS THAT ARE FOR CARS ETC. ANYWAY, THIS IS PERFECT FOR HOLIDAYS - ALL YOU LIKE -- WOULD LOVE LOVE THIS. COOL PROJECT!

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  46. Your Noel is so lovely!

    Nope, never tried the magnetic stuff. Soooo many possibilities.

    Karen S. in Mckinney

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  47. I have never used magnets or vinyl. What a great way to make temporary decorations for the holidays, take them down, and use them again next year! Great product when you need removable decorations or labels, etc. etc. etc.

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  48. never done the magnet but i do love using the vinyl thanks for the chance to win.

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  49. No, I've never used the magnet material, but your project using it is fabulous, and I'd love to do something like it!

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  50. I hadn't thought of putting the vinyl on the magnet material...brilliant! I've made frig magnets with the magnet material, cutting letters for names

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  51. Hi there
    I have not used the magnet - yet!
    Thanks for the hints
    Would love to give it a go
    Cheers
    Catie

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  52. What a cool idea! I have never used the magnet material, but it would be a big hit with my daughter and her sports teams!

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  53. Super cute! I've never done a project w/magnets or vinyl, need to try this! Thanks for a chance to win!


    bdcampers@msn.com

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  54. I haven't use the magnetic material but would love to try it for projects for my 7 grandchildren(5 here and 2 on the way!).

    canana3

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  55. I've used the magnet on pictures of my grandkids to put on fridge! But not on cricut! Going to have to try! Thanks for chance to win!
    Nanapuddin2u at gmail dot com

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  57. Totally cool. I didn't even know they sold magnet sheets.

    kolea123@hotmail.com

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  58. Sadly I have some magnet sheet yet have not tried it. But I absolutely love the idea.

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  59. Pretty! I have used the magnet material but not in my Cricut.

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  60. Great idea, I have never used the magnet material. I would like to try it.

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  61. I used the magnet material to make my granddaughter some paper dolls using the Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge. They came out fabulous, she loves them and keeps them in mom's car to play with. I used my Imagine and printed on the magnet material. I used the multi cut feature set on 3 and reloaded the mat for a total of six cuts with my deep cut blade set at 4.

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  62. wow what a cool project idea. I have a magnet sheet lying in my craft room stack but never knew what to do with it... now I know, now only find something that fits me (noel is not a term we use a lot around here)

    thanks for the idea!

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  63. I LOVE that!!! I have used magnet material but not in the Cricut yet. How fun, never thought to layer w/ pretty vinyl first!
    kweenbee_612@yahoo.com

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  64. I've never heard of it till now looks amazing i'd love to try that! Love what you did with it!

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  65. That is not only cute but very creative. Thanks for sharing all your talent. And no I not only have not used the magnet material I have just bought my first vinyl, and still have not used it.
    Cathy R.
    royal2@cox.net

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  66. Love your magnet! I have never used the magnet material, but would love to try it! Thanks for the chance to win! :-)

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  67. I love that what a great idea. I have not used this product before but i certainly will now. Love to win this. Merry Christmas!

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  68. I have not tried this, but it seems like a great idea to try.

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  69. Wow! What a cool idea. ..I have never used the magnet material, can't wait to try it! Thanks for the opportunity.
    Janet

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  70. Love this idea! I've never used the magnet material, but would love to use it with the paper doll cartridge. I would have a ton of fun making things for my kids to play with on the fridge! Thanks!
    Jennifer

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  71. I have never used the magnet materials, but I love what you have created. The instructions make it sound like something I could do, so I may give it a try. Thanks for sharing this beautiful project.

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  72. Love your project. I haven't used the magnetic material yet, but I have used the vinyl.

    Carol

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  73. Love this magnet. I haven't used the Cricut magnet material, but have used the magnet sheets from the office supply store. I would be interested to see if the Cricut magnet material is stronger, because the ones I used are not very strong!!!

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  74. I have never used the magnet material but it looks like fun! What a fun magnet for your car.

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  75. I have never used the magnet material. I have cut vinyl thanks to your tutorials. Would love to try the magnet, so I hope I win. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  76. I love the Noel sign! I have never used the magnet material, but I would love to win it so I could try it!

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  77. that is fab !!! never used the magnet but love to have a play with it !!!!

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  78. Great project! I have used all kinds of materials in my Cricut, but I have never tried the magnet material. I will definitely try this out!
    Tammy
    jones tammyp at bellsouth dot net

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  79. I haven't used the magnet material, but now I TOTALLY want to try it!!!

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  80. I have not used the magnet material yet. Your post makes it seem straight forward. Thanks for sharing.

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  81. I haven't used the magnet material before, but would love to try it!! Thanks for sharing.

    Debra Hudson
    onecraftygirl2010@hotmail.com

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  82. How cool to make a magnet like that for your car! I didn't know they had material specifically for that. Thanks for sharing this great idea!

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  83. OH my I didn't even know they had magnet material, how cool is that, love how yours turned out!

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  84. Your magnet project is very pretty!!Woudl loev to win this!!I have played with the magnet & made a JETS paper doll for my refrigerator & placed a wobble on its helmet..
    Have a wonderful Tuesday,
    Migdalia
    Mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

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  85. I haven't used magnet material either, but wished I would have. I ran some cuts through my xyron with magnet material and had to hand trim around the cuts. It would have been so much quicker with the Cricut. Thanks for the tips!!

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  86. Wow - how cool! I have not used the magnet product yet but what an awesome way to make a "pretty" magnet instead of the old standard kind! Thanks for sharing!

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  87. Festive decorating of the car. Not used the magnet material on the Cricut but have used Avery magnet paper in my printer and made some things to put on the refrig.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  88. Oh what fun.....I never really noticed the magnet material before so I've never tried it.

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  90. I've never used the magnet material, but I've recently tried using my Cricut to cut contact paper to use as a mask for etching glass. With our Cricuts, creativity is never-ending!

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  91. I've never used the magnet material but I'd sure like to give it a try. I really like the idea of a holiday greeting on my car!

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  92. I have never used the magnet material but I certainly like what you did with it.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  93. Love your magnet! I have never tried cutting out magnetic material, but I do enjoy using vinyl with my Cricut!!!

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  94. Sooo pretty. I haven't tried magnet material yet. I need to try this for a friend whose son is away at MTSU. She has been looking for a tag that says MTSU MOM. jlsateplusdotnet

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  95. Cute magnet!! I have never tried the magneet material, but I have used vinyl to etch glass before.

    mimicaro9650 at yahoo dot com
    http://www.whodatscrapper.blogspot.com

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  96. The Noel is beautiful! I have never used the magnetic material or the vinyl, but seeing this project made a light bulb go off in my head of many other applications. I would love to win this giveaway!

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  97. I have not used the magnetic material but your project makes me want to try it.
    Nana of 6

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  98. I have never used magnetic material but really want too. My kids love magnetic stuff so this would come in handy for them and my daycare kids.

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  99. What a great idea. I love that Noel cut. I have used Vinly but not the magnet material.

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  100. Never used any of it before! Looks like alot of fun! Love the Noel cut!! Thanks Joy!

    Julie

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  101. I've never used the magnet material but I love what you did with it.

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  102. Great way to decorate your car for the season. No I have never used the magnet material.

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  103. I subscribe to your blog by e-mail. I am a follower of your blog too. My e-mails are always a day after you post. Thanks for sharing about the magnetic material. The Noel is very pretty. Edwina Brown

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  104. Love your Project! No, I haven't tried the Magnet Material. I haven't even got to try Vinyl yet. Thanks for the chance to win! :0)

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  105. I really like your project! I both subscribe and follow your blog. I have never tried magnetic material before, but this looks like something I would like to check into. TFS!
    tcsobotka at charter dot net

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  106. I have put vinyl words and graphics on the magnet and used it solid on the cars, but never cut it like that. Thank you for the tips, I'll have to try cutting some. Great idea!!
    Teresa
    rdrepublican@windstream.net

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  107. I have never used magnet material, but it's such a great idea!

    navybaby1113 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  108. i would never thought about using magnet material at Christmas for the car thanks

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  109. Great idea! I would love to put something like that on my car. I have not used the cricut magnet material.

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  110. I've never used the cricut magnet material but have used xyron magnet material.

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  111. Wonderful Idea! I haven't used the magnet sheets. Will try now that you have shared the how to. Thanks Joy.

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  112. I haven't used the magnet material but this has made me want to give it a go. TFS.
    dmcardmaker (AOL)

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  113. I have not used the magnet material but I was just telling my husband the other day that I could make magnets for the fridge with my cricut - I thought it was an original idea! Someone beat me to it!

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  114. I am subscribed to your blog on Google Reader - I NEVER MISS A POST!

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  115. I haven't tried the magnet material. It sounds fun though.

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  116. I haven't tried the magnet material yet. Can't wait to use it!

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  117. What a fun project, thanks for all of the wonderful tips. I would love to try this. Great job.

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  118. I love the project. I haven't tried the magnet materal but would love to try. Thanks for the great instructions!

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  119. Rose said...
    Great idea!I love this Christmas cart,it on my wish list.I have not tried the magnet material/vinyl yet!I love how it turned out Thanks for the tip on magnet & vinyl!It's snowing here I wonder how it hold on in the very cold & snowy weather?(it's 25 degree)TFS
    Rosebud222222222

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  120. I've never used magnet material but what a fun project, thanks for the tips!!

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  121. I love the magnet material. These would make great gifts. Thanks for the give away

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  122. What a great idea and the flourished Noel is so pretty and simple.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  123. I can see many "auto magnets" in my future--as Secret Santa gifts magically appearing on co-workers cars....Thanks!
    Shellee

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  124. Fantastic job, LOVE that cartridge.. yes I have used Magnet and I just LOVE IT, yes 4 or 5 cuts is usually what it takes!! thanks for the chance to win...
    Hugs

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  125. Good morning from Charlestown, RI!!! I haven't used the magnet material yet but I would love to!!! I will even find a non plastic part on my Honda Element to try it!!!!

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  126. I absolutely LOVE your Noel cut! I have never used vinyl yet so I've never used any of the materials that you used for this project. I would love to start making projects with vinyl but I have no idea where to start. Thanks so much for the chance!

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    Jo

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  127. Very cute and no I have never used the magnet material. Even though I have some in my stash just in case.

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  128. Neat idea. I did not know of this material. Will have to give it a try.

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  129. This is an awesome idea!!! Totally love it.... I have never used the magnetic material with my cricut and have been wanting to use the vinyl this may be just the project to get me going!! Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing!

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  130. no I have not used it ... but that is not to say I don't have it in my stash!
    Great idea.
    Sandra ltb

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  131. love it, never thought about using the magnet and vinyl together. I will definitely try this kind of project out. Thanks for sharing.

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  132. Great idea to help spread cheer to everyone! I really like the design. I didn't even know they had magnet material. Thank you for a chance to enter the giveaway.

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  133. I've never used the magnet material - but you give me inspiration to try it! Love your design!

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  134. i'd really like to try this magnet material. i like this! alot! i'm wondering if the magnet material and vinyl will hold up to michigan weather. i'm assuming you'll need to use 'outdoor' vinyl for this.
    thanks for the chance to try this out!

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  135. Love the magnet! What a great idea! I would love to try it and make my car Christmas-sy too! bringler@att.net

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  136. I haven't used the magnet material - but after seeing this project, I'll have to try it, I can think of so many cute ideas for magnets - refrigerator, bulletin board, etc. Would love to win this.

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  137. Love your magnet, I have not tried the magnet material but looks like there are lots of ways to use it.
    linda
    lmkindell1@verizon.net

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  138. I love this project! I just recently did my first vinyl project but never had thought of combining vinyl and magnet material (which I have never used).

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  139. I have not used it, but want to. This was a great idea. Thanks.

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  140. Oh fun! I am going to go buy some magnetic material!

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  141. I just love this idea. I live where there is a lot of snow so I would do a more solid magnet so it did not come off in the snow. I have never use magnetic material but not that I see how easy it is I think I may have to purchase some very soon. Thanks for this great idea.

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  142. I use the magnet material frequently, in tandem with Cricut cuts. But, I've never cut the material with my Cricut. I'd better add the deep cut blade to my wish list! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  143. What a great project! Thanks so much for the tips.

    I haven't used magnet material before but would love to give it a go. I often create little decals with vinyl so am curious to give magnet material a try as well.

    Thanks so much for this opportunity to win some!

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  144. I haven't used the magnetic material or vinyl before but you make it look super easy! I'll have to pick some up next time I see a good sale.

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  145. No, I have never used the magnet material, but after seeing your application I would love to! Love your festive car decoration!

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  146. I have never tried magnet material, but your project really inspired me to make some card magnets for our baseball team!!!

    I am a subscriber and love your posts!!!!

    scrappinmystressaway.blogspot.com

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  147. I would love the chance to try this out. I learn so much from your posts that I never knew. You make it so easy to follow. Thank a million for the chance and also for all the hard work and effort you put into making your blog the best of any out there. Happy Holidays!

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  148. Have not used it, but does look interesting. Hubby doesn't like things on his car. But I can think of other things to use it for. Have used the vinyl and love it.

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  149. OMGoodness! This is so cute! Great idea! Learned something new!!! I have not yet used this and would be so EXCITED to!!!

    Lauren

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  150. I think that looks great! I'll have to try it on my car. I really like the swirly bit.

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  151. Love your magnet idea! The red would look fabulous on my somewhat new, normally white (dirty) vehicle. I have the cartridge, but not a deep cut blade. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  152. Oh the car magnet possibilities!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  153. I love this! I didn't know they made this. My mom is going through breast cancer treatment and were always looking for magnetics! Now ill be able to make some on my own!! Thanks so much!!!

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  154. Hi Joy!
    I haven't tried the magnet material yet, but I love your project. LOVE that Teresa Collins cart too!
    Beth Anne in PA
    woody42997 at aol dot com

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  155. I didn't even know Cricut had Magnet material. I will have to try it.

    McCraftT@gmail.com

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  156. I never thought about using it that way. Thanks for the idea and the chance to win.

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  157. What a great idea! Thanks for the tips. I just started using the vinyl and LOVE it...now I can't wait to use the magnetic material! Always loving your blog!

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  158. I have never used the vinyl material but am amazed at what you can do with it!! I would love the chance to find out!

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  159. That is a wonderful idea for sports teams and somehow incorporate its use for my husband's classroom.. the creativity wheels are turning! :) Like many others... I have never used this material .. only because I love my Cricut machine and would be so sad if it broke. Thanks so much for your tips...I feel the confidence! :)

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  160. that is the coolest thing, I'm glad I see your post so I can get inspired with so many cool ideas!! thanks for posting and sharing ideas with all of us.

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  161. I have not tried magnet, but after your post I am eager to try.
    marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com
    follower

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  162. I have never used this before but I would love to try it out! gbryant0529@gmail.com

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  163. I just purchase a cricut cake and can't wait to use it. I have cut a lot of vinyl with my big vinyl cutter but have never cut magnet before.

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  164. Love it thanks but then again when have you not give us such wonderful inspiration. I have not used vinyl...yet...I know I am way behind but my animal rescue has took most of my time this year

    chris@iwooten.com

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  165. Never used it...didn't know it even existed.

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  166. I've never used the Cricut magnet material but it does look like fun!

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  167. I just subscribed to your blog as mormongirl782. Thanks for having the giveaway! I just found out recently that chalkboard and whiteboard vinyl existed from Cricut but NOT magnet. Oh boy..I am having amazing possibilities in my head with this!

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  168. I love your Magnet. I've only worked with vinyl on one teeny tiny project but it was a lot of fun. Never done magnets attached. After seeing your Noel, I just may try it.

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  169. I've never heard of this magnet material but am excited to learn more! This project is way cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  170. Now that I've seen this...I'm interested! Thanks for the car idea!

    I've subscribed
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    I'm in!

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  171. I have never used the vinyl or the magnet material!! I'm one of those scaredy cats that is afraid to try anything new. That is going to be my goal for next year...cut all mediums!! Your Noel magnet is SO PRETTY! I know that even with paper any intricate cut is tricky...you did a great job..it looks lovely on your bumper!!

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  172. I haven't tried the magnet material yet, but will be ordering some. Love this project. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  173. I didn't know they sell magnet material. Wish I had as i just bought and started a magnet project as part of Christmas presents. This would have been sooo easy.

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  174. Wow. That is amazing. I love the idea of using vinyl on the car. What a gorgeous christmas present that would make.

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  175. Never used magnet material yet...YET! I love this idea, since I would love to decorate my car for the holidays, but I'm too cheap to use vinyl and throw it away when done. This solves the problem! Thanks for the idea!

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  176. What a great idea! I've never made a magnet before but this may be worth trying!

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  177. This is a great idea! I am new to the Cricut experience, but I am enjoying it so far! I didn't know about the magnet material, but I will definitely be getting some now!

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  178. WOW! Thank you for the chance to win!! Okay so i've never used the magnet material. im having sorts of thoughts of what to make using it. (:

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  179. I have never used the magnet material before, but I could have a lot of fun with that!! Lots of ideas already running through my head! :)

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  180. Hi Joy, ;that is so clever. I never used the magnet material but now I am dying to try. Your information is invaluable. Thanks so much. Thanks for the chance to win also.

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  181. Oh I love the idea of the magnetic material I haven't used it but the first thing that jumps to mind is
    "Mum's taxi service " ha ha ha
    Thanks for sharing

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  182. Thanks for the tips. I would have never thought of the magnet material. I would have just used outdoor vinyl. This is a great idea.

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  183. I've never used the magnetic paper. You always share great ideas. Thanks

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  184. Never used the magnet paper before, so thanks for the tip!!

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  185. I have not yet used magnet material. It looks like fun though! Can't wait to try it out!

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  186. Haven't tried the magnet material yet, but can't wait to try! Thanks!

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  187. I am sad to say while I have a cricut, I haven't actually used it yet. But looking at this cute project, I am definitely going to get it out this week and try to do some things. Would be especially cute to make a Happy Birthday sign and put it on someone's car to celebrate their special day!

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  188. What a festive addition to your vehicle! I have never cut a magnet sheet with my Cricit, but would love to try it! Thanks for the chance to winn!

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  189. so cute and I have machine to cut it too

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  190. I have not used magnets yet but I would like to use them to make paper dolls for my daughters.

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  191. Wow! I love this!
    I've never used the magnet material before, but now I want to!
    I am a follower

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  192. I have never used the vinyl but would sure like to try it. Looks like avert good after Christmas project! Bev

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  193. Haven't used the magnet material but would love to try it! Thanks Joy!

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  194. You have wonderful tips! Just getting into this hobby and the vinyl would be a wonderful addition!

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