Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Hello everyone!  Who is up for a challenge and a Peachy Keen giveaway?

Here are the requirements for the challenge:

You must link your project up to "Mr. Linky" -see the link below and then please leave a comment.

You must use something that you have recycled in your project!

It can be a project for the classroom or any kind of project that you would like!

Use any Cricut cartridge of your choice!

The project cannot be previously posted on a blog or another blog contest.  This must be an ORIGINAL project made especially for THIS challenge.

Please only enter one project for this challenge.

The Deadline for entering your project will be Friday, November 5th, 2010 @ 9:00pm EST

Good luck everyone and please have fun with this challenge.  Thank you Peachy Keen for sponsoring this fantastic stamp set!


  1. Yet another FANTASTIC video and project!!! Keep up the great work Wendy!!!! Now I'm trying to think of something creative to enter for the challenge!!!! You are AWESOME!!!

  2. Adorable project! I'm a new follower and can't wait to get started on this one. I really want those stamps :)

  3. my daughter is going to OSU for elementary teaching...I need to win those for her!!! HOW COOL!!! Better start thinking of something to do!!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

    Debbie Chapman

  4. I linked my project! I've been following you for awhile and have been inspired by your projects for my own room. Thanks for this challenge!



  5. I finally finished my project and linked it!!! I created it using the top of 2 copy paper boxes. Covered it in cardstock and then used the Locker Talk and Pooh Font Set to create the rest! The goal of using the Crayon Lost & Found is that when my students find a crayon lying on the floor, they can turn it in to the lost and found and when students are in need of a specific color they can check the lost and found for one to borrow. I felt so bad that sooo many crayons were being thrown or swept away. Now all crayons can be accounted for! Thanks for inspiring me to create this wonderful tool for my class Wendy!!!

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  7. I just linked my project and I also don’t have a blog, but I love following you. My class is going to go on a field to visit the Johnson Space Center, so your challenge gave me an idea to use the paper towel rolls. I had been collecting them and never knew what to use them with. I cut out the stars and a circle that forms the top of my rocket out with the expression. Thanks for the giveaway!