March 2010 Raffle Winner

Wow, it's already March!  It seems like New Year's was just a few weeks ago, doesn't it?

As usual, the beginning of the month brings us a new Cricut cartridge winner.

This month's lucky scrapper is...

Peggy M.

A little about Peggy...

I'm a cardmaker in learning.  I'm amazed at all the items there are that can be used to make cards and all the different techniques and ideas.  Truly some talented people out there.

Thank you again - I just acquired my Cricut machine through a friend (who decided to upgrade)  so am in the process of learning and this is so exciting.


Congrats Peggy!  I will be sending you an email shortly with instructions on choosing your cartridge.

If you didn't win this time around, don't fret!  We have a new drawing each and every month, and once you are entered (by filling out the form in the yellow box to the right), you are eligible for each month's drawing.

Of course, if you can't wait until next month to get your new toy, you can always shop for great cartridge deals by clicking on any of the links to right.

Or you can try something new and learn how to cut fabric with your Cricut.

Happy Scrapping!




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  1. Bernice says:

    This is exciiting. I just start trying to quilt. Now I can easily cut some of the pieces I need. Thank you for the info.

  2. Kayts says:

    I just made a wonderful woodland picture quilt for my son…a few simple hints
    Be sure to use a good fuseable backing..
    Use painters masking tape around fabric to hold it in place on cutting mat….
    Don’t need to use a really good mat if using masking tape …and quilt basting spray if necessary..
    the fabric cutting uses up a new mat quickly
    If this quilt isn’t going to be hanging you should sew around the edges of each quilt piece.
    This machine helped me to be able to do these again because of the arthritis in fingers I can’t cut fabric like I use to.

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