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Frozen Fever has Arrived!
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Forget spring fever ... Disney® Frozen Fever is heating things up at Cricut! Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and friends can all be printed in 50 beautiful, full-color images! You simply print the colorful, fun Disney® images that you want, and then cut them with Cricut Explore®.

You can also try out the images in Cricut Design Space™ before you buy! Design Space® gives you access to all of your images and projects from any compatible computer or iPad so you have the creative freedom to design just about anything! You can use the new Disney® Frozen Fever images to make party invitations, decorations, and favors -- even embellishments to your favorite photo memories!

With the Cut What You Want® tool in Design Space®, you can easily convert your Disney® Frozen Fever images -- or even your own design -- into a cuttable image in just a few clicks! Upload and cut .svg, .jpg, .png, .bmp, .gif, and .dxf files absolutely FREE. You can even use fonts already installed on your computer.

Print full color images, such as the new Frozen Fever images, with Cricut Design Space™ and your printer; then cut with your Cricut Explore® machine! Print then Cut gives you flawless results with color bleed, precision cutting and over 50,000 printables.

With Cricut, you'll be able to design your favorite Frozen-themed crafts in less time than it takes to sing "Let It Go!"




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I was raised in South Florida back in the years when it was a peaceful and wonderfully safe place to live. We lived a mile from the beach and could ride our bikes over the intercoastal bridge right to the best beach around. All my years of growing up I was a competitive swimmer and belonged to AAU. I granduated from Florida State University with a BS degree in nursing. I am recently retired but I'm thinking of going back to work to support my hobbies.
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Monday, January 21, 2013


One of our Scraprack Challenges from last week is to  make a sign stating the BENEFITS  I hope to achieve from organizing my craft room.  I thought for a few days, and here's what I came up with (although I haven't made my sign yet):
1.  To be able to see my floor again, and to walk into my craft room and feel lifted up instead of depressed.
2.  To have my scrapbook supplies in permanent and easily accessible places.

I know those are pretty simple, but right now when I walk into my room, I just want to get out as soon as possible.  That's sad, isn't it?  I have also proceeded to get a "purge" box, and things are being put in it.  All scrapbooking supplies laying around the house have been put in one place and will find permanent homes as soon as I get the rest of my Scraprack system (I had to order some more pages and spindles).  I have bought some 50% off wicker baskets to put my finished albums in.  They going to go out in the living room in plain sight - hopefully to tempt people to look through them.  I've even gotten some smaller baskets to put my little mini-albums in.  Doing this has cleared up a numer of shelves in two of my bookcases.

Then I have made the momentous decision to store away my Cricut Imagine and the cartridges that go with it.  Frankly, it takes up a huge amount of counter space, and I really don't use it at all.  I suspect Cricut is going to quit making new cartridges for it anyway and probably will quit making the machine.  It seemed like a good idea at the time, but it's very heavy and can't be transported to crops, so people just aren't buying them, or, like me, if they do, they aren't using them.  I'll probably end up selling mine.  Anyone want one for about $125.00?  I've got a lot of cartridges to go with it too.

So, I shall keep plugging away this week, but then I'm going back to Florida to take care of my daughter, who's having some surgery next week.  I'll be gone for two weeks, so my clean up project will have to go on hold for a while.  I'll still keep in touch though.


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