|Cricut Craft Room Milk Bottle Birthday Treat|
It's great that I can search for an image on any cartridge using a regular search engine function. I popped in "milk" and it gave me anything having to do with milk on every cartridge ever made. You can limit your search to Imagine Cartridges, Cricut Cartridges and other parameters.
The Craft Room welds whenever items touch instinctively (unless you set it not to) and manipulating images is SUPER easy. Every project saves in a file that preserves not only the cut sizes, but your cut settings as well.
Have I mentioned I LOVE this product yet - especially that it is completely FREE!!!
|Milk Bottle Treat Side|
I made this little milk bottle birthday treat by welding the milk bottle from Create a Critter together and putting a bone in at the bottom between bottles to create a piece to fold. The bottle is made from transparency and then I did chocolate layers, because the treat is one of those straws you place in white milk that turns it into chocolate milk when you suck it.
There is a bit of Epiphany Crafts goodness in the form of a round 14 epoxy and vintage setting as well.
Cricut Cartridge: Create a Critter
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug: Swiss Dots
Tools: Epiphany Crafts (Shape Studio Tool Round 14)
Epoxy: Epiphany Crafts (Bubblecap Round 14)
Setting: Epiphany Crafts (Vintage Settings: Tea Room)
Patterned Paper: October Afternoon
Stamp: Craft Secrets
Ink: Stampin' UP!
Cardstock: Stampin' UP!
Stickers: October Afternoon (pennant), Webster's Pages (alpha)
Ribbon: American Crafts
Border Punch: Stampin' UP!
Adhesive: Beacon Adhesive: ZipDry, Stampin' UP! (glue dots and dimensionals)
|Milk Bottle Treat Back|
Floss: DMC (pink)
Straw Treat: Got Milk?
Milk Carton: 4.7 inches
The "Milk" cut from Create a Critter - cut four times (twice from transparency, twice from brown cardstock)
Dog Bone (hinge between bottles on bottom): 1.7 inches
"Terrier" cut from Create a Critter with shift and Layer 3 selected