Wednesday, September 25, 2013

[Video]Trick or Treat Artiste Cricut Card

I received this Close to My Heart Spellbound paper pack today and immediately rushed to make a card with it!
I used the Close to My Heart Artiste Cricut Cartridge to cut out the shape shown below.  It matches the Perfect Fit Shapes 2 Stamp set (see HERE). The "trick or treat" stamp and circle outline is from the Perfect Fit-Halloween stamp set (see HERE).
The Spellbound paper set below is only $2.20 in the While Supplies Last Section and comes with 6 sheets of patterned paper and 12 sheets of cardstock (18 papers!!).  Click HERE to purchase this set!


Products Used in this project:


Check out the video below to see how to make this card (click HERE if you can't see the video):


New Giveaway:
How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below - Have you got a good soup recipe?  It's finally getting cold here and we need some yummy recipes!
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2) That's it!


Winner will be announced on September 29, 2013 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.


September Specials:
Did you know you can get the CTMH Artbooking Cricut cartridge and SEVEN stamp sets for just $114 (that's only $15 more than the regular Artbooking pricing of $99).

Just $114 before tax and shipping.

Here's the value of the deal shown above:
Click HERE to purchase the CTMH Artbooking Cricut bundle and get SEVEN stamp sets for just $114 (before tax and shipping).

Just add the Artbooking Cricut bundle to your cart and the system will prompt you to enter the other sets of stamps.

It's so easy!

Already purchased the CTMH Artbooking Cricut bundle?
That's ok - you can still get the additional stamp sets! 

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67 comments:

  1. Potato soup...sounds wonderful right now. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. I love Halloween! Your card is toooo cute! One of my favorite soups is chicken tortilla, but I don't have a specific recipe for it. I just throw things together like chicken broth, nacho cheese, chicken of course...maybe some black beans and corn...depending on what I have on hand.I just season it up to my likings and then throw a few corn chips on top. The spice in it definitely makes it great for warming up on a cool day! :)

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  3. We love split pea soup. No specific recipe. Soak peas. Saute onions and garlic, drain, rinse and add peas and fresh water, salt and pepper. Simmer till all is cooked. You can thin it for the consistency you want. I add sausage or ham to it while it is simmering. (ham is my favorite)
    If you have chicken broth you can use that instead of water.

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  4. I do love making soup in the winter, but usually "wing it" - beef with a tomato base and veggies, chicken tortilla, ham and bean - yum!

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  5. My hubby makes wonderful French Onion Soup. I'll have to ck to see if he has a recipe. He mostly just grabs things from the cupboard & so I'm figuring there's no recipe. Like the shape of the sentiment tag.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  6. I love your card the papers are great. I don't do soup much we usually go with chili in the crockpot. YUM
    linda
    lmkindell1@verizon.net

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  7. I have a really good recipe for potato soup. It originally was a Weight Watchers recipe but I add butter and cream to fatten it up. Lol! It is so good.

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  9. Your card is spooktacular! Love the papers! That Snow Folks cart is so adorable!My two favorite homemade soups are beef vegetable and chicken tortilla. I don't have recipes for either. I just put ground beef, frozen veggies, and tomato sauce, tomatoes, and chicken stock in the pot, and simmer for a long time. Sometimes I add other flavorings. For the chicken tortilla soup, I use chicken stock, chicken, Rotel tomatoes, regular canned tomatoes, frozen corn, sometimes white rice, cilantro, and top with tortilla chips and avocado slices.

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  10. Being from the cold Midwest, soups are a mainstay during the fall and winter. We love Split Pea (just buy the package and use the recipe there), potato soup and the best is Turkey Noodle made with Thanksgiving leftovers. Yummm!

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  11. I love to make Potato Soup loaded with lots of butter, cream, onions and garlic. Yummy!!

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  12. My husband is the cook in this family but one of the things he does to make chicken soup super easy is he uses a rotisserie chicken from the deli. They usually sell for $5-6 and they're freshly made (and costs less than a whole uncooked chicken in the fresh meat dept.). The chicken has a great spice to it and he just adds chicken stock, carrots, celery and onions until the vegetables are soft, and then adds noodles. So delicious. Delicious homemade soup in an hour. It's not really cold here yet in Missouri, but I don't care, it sounds delicious.

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  13. Loving Fall/Halloween theme (my fav). Love my Artiste Cart, haven't been able to use it much, my gypsy seems to not be taking the snyc well. But I will figure it out when I have time, I haven't been able to lately out of the loop - but love the ideas, keep sharing and thank you.

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  14. Love the Trick of Treat card. Your cards are the best. Quick and easy warm you up soup is to simply put a boullion cube, low salt if you preferr, in a cup of hot water. Nice change from a cup of tea. rosebud114

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  15. There are lots of soups to make, but a favorite here in Central PA is a Dutch soup called Chicken Corn Soup. It is a good hardy soup and one that I make over and over again because it happens to be a favorite soup of my daughter-in-laws. It is also a very easy soup to make. I also love Cream of Crab soup, Potato soup, beef vegetable, Cream of Broccoli soup, Slipper Pie Pie isn't a soup but not far from it. Just good old comfort foods!

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  16. It's getting cold here, time to make some soup. My husbands fav is split pea. I like Senate Bean and also a Mexican chicken soup which everyone likes.

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  17. No good soup recipes...but I really love your card. The layout is great and most of all the papers are fantastic!!

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  18. Your Halloween card it great and I really want the cartridge and papers. I am a seat of the pants soup maker; no recipes. Love to make beef vegetable soup with so many vegetables it is almost a stoup. (stew + soup) My husband makes a great bean or pea soup. It is definitely the weather now for soup. Thank you for the chance to win a cartridge.

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  19. I don't really make soup. And I don't really make many cards. I should really start doing both!

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  20. Always have a great day after watching your vids. Love the card!

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  21. Cute card, I always enjoy your videos. I would love to have this cartridge, it's so cute.
    I love soup. I make it year round. It usually depends on the contents of the fridge and leftovers.

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  22. Luv all the ideas for my cricut carts that I've bought from CTMH! Always inspirational! Thanks!

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  23. The favorite soup around here is potato soup with lots of cheddar cheese, butter, onions, garlic, celery and cream. Yummy! My 12 year old grandson even asks for it everytime he comes to visit. Cute card. Have a fun day!

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  24. favorite is Turkey Taco soup. Love it and so good in the cool Fall and winter weather.
    Can use chicken instead of turkey. Great! love the card and the colors. Never heard of
    spellbound papers.

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  25. Love the card, simple but sweet. Would be great to win.
    Hugs, CyndiU
    cureta2atyahoodotcom

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  26. We love pea soup, yummy. I just follow the recipe on the bag.

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  27. I love French onion soup. Got the basic recipe from online and adapt it. That is a really cute cartridge.

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  28. I love almost any soup, eat it year round. Favs are clam chowder, taco and french onion.
    the Halloween card is cute and the Spellbinder paper is great. Jill P. Manteca, CA

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  29. Super cute card. I love all the colors and designs in them. Soup is always good no matter what time of year. I would have to say my favorite to make and eat is pea soup. TFS!

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  30. Such a cute card! I love Baked Potato Soup...but if I really want to go all out, I'll make Shrimp and Corn Soup-I have recipe on my food blog if you're interested:)
    http://diaryofarecipecollector.blogspot.com/2013/01/shrimp-and-corn-soup.html

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  31. so much talent very nice work

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  32. Would love to win the snowman cartridge - so fun!

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  33. I love almost any soup, and I love to make them. I especially love homemade tomato soup with grilled cheese sandwiches!
    As usual your card is really clever and the video is great. Thanks.

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  34. This is very nice of you! Thanks for the opportunity. I can't wait to start making my Christmas cards.

    KathiB from Las Vegas

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  35. Would love to win this cartridge. It looks so nice and it would fit right in with my other cartridges. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  36. Soup is my absolute favorite thing to eat! I have a ton of recipes. Here is a wonderful onion soup recipe I just found on Pinterest. We all love Pinterest, don't we? Yummy. It is a very full-flavored soup. Please try it!

    Crock Pot Guinness French Onion Soup & Irish Cheddar Crouton
    TheSkinnyFork.com
    The Skinny:
    Servings: 6 • Size: 1 Cup Soup + Crouton • Calories: 225.2 • Fat: 6.1 g • Carb: 15.9 g • Fiber: 2.5 g •Protein: 20.7 g • Sugar: 6 g • Sodium: 494.3 mg
    Ingredients:
    4 Medium Yellow Onions, Sliced Thinly
    5 Garlic Cloves, Chopped
    3 Tbsp. Light Butter
    1/4 C. Red Wine Vinegar
    6 C. Reduced Sodium Beef Broth
    1 (11.2 Oz.) Guinness Draught Beer
    1 Bay Leaf
    1 Tbsp. Dried Rosemary
    Salt & Pepper To Taste
    6 Slices French Bread (2" x 2-1/2" x 1-3/4")
    6 Oz. Irish Cheddar, Sliced (I used Kerrygold, Aged)
    Directions:
    Place onions, garlic, and butter into your slow cooker. Cover and cook on high heat setting for 45 minutes to an hour or until onions begin to soften. Yes, your slow cooker will be pretty full of onions. Don't let it scare you! They cook down to almost nothing.
    Stir red wine vinegar, broth, beer, bay leaf, rosemary, salt and pepper into onions. Cover and cook on low heat setting 7 to 9 hours (or high heat setting 3 to 4 hours) or until onions are very tender.
    Once the soup is finished, remove the bay leaf. Right before serving, preheat oven broiler and set out individual slices of french bread onto a baking sheet. Top bread slices with 1 oz. of the cheddar cheese each and broil until the cheese is bubbly and slightly browned. Ladle soup into bowls and top with toasted 'croutons'. Serve piping hot.

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  37. Awesome card!! Haven't made soup in long time but when I did I made a homemade vegetable soup. Don't have a recipe just did my own thing

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  38. Yes, I have a favorite soup recipe; it's called Campbell's canned soup in almost any flavor LOL!

    Thanks for the wonderful Halloween card video. It was really a cute card!

    hugs
    Patty

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  39. Vegetable is so good, and healthy too. Thank you for the chance to win.
    Florence from Louisiana

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  40. looks good, not a soup person to much because our winters are 70 degrees. thank you for a chance to win I can never have to many snowman

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  41. I have a couple that I like to make when it's cold. One is a chicken tortilla soup where I just throw in chicken, pintos, corn, peppers & onion along with a can of rotel tomatoes, green chilies, a can of green enchilada sauce and some tomatilla salsa. I then add water to my desired thickness and cook long enough to let the flavors meld. I then add in corn tortilla strips and dish up.

    My other one is a sauerkraut and sausage soup which you can find here: http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Sauerkraut-Sausage-Soup

    Nummy, nummy

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  42. Bean soup with smoked ham....YES...sticks to your ribs on a CoLd winters day..it's a rootin' tootin' soup!....LOL!! Thank you for a chance to win the Snowman Folks Cartidge!

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  43. Great papers on this card. We like soup in the fall/winter too. I like to make a potato soup that has regular potatoes and sweet potatoes in it.

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  44. Such a great value. I love butternut squash soup. Getting chilly in Michigan!

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  45. I am looking forward to making the card you shared and also Nancy's soup! That sounds YUMMY! My husbands family has a traditional soup that we eat the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Everyone begins coming for the Holiday and the BIG pot of soup is on the stove. Ready for everyone as they gather! Here is the recipe for Charlotte's Tortillini Soup!

    Ingredients:
    1 pound sausage
    1 cup chopped onion
    2 cups sliced carrots
    1 cup sliced celery
    6 cups beef broth
    1/2 cup red wine
    1 (16 ounce) can whole peeled tomatoes, with liquid
    1 cup ketchup
    1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
    2 cloves garlic, minced
    1 cup zucchini, sliced
    1 pound fresh tortellini pasta
    1 red bell pepper, diced
    1/4 cup chopped parsley
    salt and pepper to taste
    2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
    Directions:
    1. Brown sausage in pot; drain off fat. Add onions and saute until tender. Add carrots, celery, beef broth, red wine, tomatoes, ketchup, Italian seasoning, and garlic. Bring to a boil and simmer for 30 minutes. Skim away the fat from the soup.
    2. Stir in the zucchini, tortellini, red bell pepper, and parsley. (If you use fresh tortellini, cook them according to package directions.) Simmer, covered, for about 25-30 minutes or till the tortellini are tender. Season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle with cheese right before serving.

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  46. Your card is awesome! I love the papers:)
    Our favorite is chicken tortilla soup with all the sides:) chips, salsa, sour cream, cheese-yum!!!!!
    Sherrie K

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  47. Love the Halloween card/....best time of the year!
    Our favorite soup is Italian wedding soup and make it all year long!

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  48. Wow that is a great value for the paper. I hope I will be able to buy some. Love the card. Thanks for sharing.

    Luria

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  49. I am new to Obsessed with Scrapbooking. I found you on YouTube looking for Cricut Artbooking videos. I have placed you on my card favorites.
    I love this card. Keep up the good work.
    Glenda
    glendademorest@hotmail.com

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  50. I love your card. That sparkle trim is great.

    One of our favorite soups is White Chicken Chili...
    3-4 Chicken Breasts
    1 can chicken broth
    1 med onion
    1/4 tsp garlic powder
    1 tsp salt
    2 cans great northern beans, rinsed and drained
    1 tsp oregano
    1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
    1 can chopped green chilis
    1 tsp. ground cumin
    1/2 tsp pepper
    1/2 cup whipping cream
    1 cup sour cream

    Cut chicken into pieces and saute in frying pan with oil. When the chicken is almost done, add chopped onion and garlic powder. When the chicken is done add beans, broth, chilis and spices. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for about 30 minutes uncovered. Remove from heat; stir in sour cream and whipped cream. Serve with tortilla chips and monterey jack cheese.

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  51. It is still warm here in southern Minnesota. I haven't had a lot of luck with homemade soup that my husband likes. I usually use a soup starter.

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  52. Well, ya see,,,,, I cook all the time lol but when it comes to soups, I make the veggie soup, simple basic throw it all in and add tomato paste and burger.. But my husband on the other hand, he makes a delicious chicken breast soup that is to die for, only problem is,,,, he WILL NOT tell me HOW he does it lol!!!! I think he thinks he's FINALLY got one up on me with cooking hahahahaaa, so I don't push it much! Mama always sais to "leave a good thang alone".. Lol

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  53. Love the Halloween card! I always like split pea soup in the fall, and I just follow the recipe on the package of split peas. It's super easy!

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  54. My favorite is Asopao, it's a puertorrican chicken and rice dish that is fabulous in the winter. That said, I LOVE snowmen. Probably because I lived in PR where a snowman whose nose, eyes and hat would be floating in a puddle. LOL

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  55. I love that spellbound paper. thanks for the video

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  56. Your videos are wonderful, I really look forward to them.I love apple carmel pie any time of the year.
    Carol from Austin

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  57. Thanks for your videos and tutorials - they have really great ideas. My favorite apple recipe is for apple carmel pie.
    Carol A. from Austin, tx

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  58. Your card is wonderful. TFS.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    designsbydragonfly.blogspot

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  59. I love that VegetabIe Soup but I don't really have a recipe I just throw it all in kind of like you do a casserole.

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  60. I have a taco soup, Mountain Man stew, and tomatoes with stewed tomatoes in it. All are wonderful.

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  61. I've raised my kids, raised my grandkid and now I'm just going to do Campbells soups. They completely satisfy me! Love your darling card and your video.

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