Friday, September 16, 2011

Cricut 360 - Challenge #12 - Native American Day

Can you believe that it is halfway through September already? Hard to believe it - although it is truly starting to actually feel like it! So, since September 19th is Native American Day, the challenge this week at Cricut 360 is to make something with this in mind. One of the first things that came to mind for me, was Indian Corn - we always used to grow it when I was a kid and use it to decorate our house in the Fall. So...this is what I came up with to mimic it:

I used the corn cut from Country Life, only instead of cutting out all the layers, I layered it with a bunch of colored dew drops using zip dry glue! Love the effect it had! The sentiment is from Unity Stamp Co. and I added some machine stitching around the card to finish it off.

Oh yes, and the corn is pop-dotted off the background as well - just for fun!

Thanks for stopping by today! Now, head on over to Cricut 360 to link up your own creation for a chance to win this weeks prize - and be entered in the grand prize for the month! Can't wait to see what everyone creates!


  1. How creative! What a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love this clever and really neat card! The corn kernals look so cool! :)Amy

  3. Super creative idea! Love the kernels!

    Sarah :)

  4. Wow! That's without a doubt the best looking corn on the cob I have ever seen! I LOVE this! So, so cute and so very clever...fabulous card!

  5. i am in lovee with how the corn dew drops look! fantabulous card.

    keep krafting!
    -kristen =]

  6. That corn is just perfect!!!! Love it!

  7. I love the detail on the corn. Great card.

  8. This is so creative and fabulous, Heather! The dew drops give such an amazing look! It reminds me of the Indian corn we used to decorate with when I was younger, too! I love this :)


  9. Great card. Love the colors. Thank you for sharing the great idea on the drops. Can't wait to try it.