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April 20, 2010

Guest Designer Creative Critter Tammy - PLANTIN SCHOOLBOOK

Hello Everyone!  This is Tammy from CREATIVE CRITTERS and I am very honored that Pam has invited me to be guest designer today on The Bug Bytes!

PLANTIN SCHOOLBOOK is my all time favorite cartridge... seriously.  It has everything that you need.  Four different type of print fonts (my favorite is 'roly poly', lol), all of your basic shapes, a couple of tags and two different shape envelopes with matching cards.  How can you go wrong with all that!  But best of all, this cartridge has an END CAP creative feature.  What?  You don't know what that is?!  Or if you do, maybe you haven't used it much?  It is (IMO) cooler than sliced bread!  I use it all the time for nametags at my cricut retreats.  Here is the one that I made for this past weekend's WILD ABOUT U cricut retreat.

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This tag can be done with both the cricut alone (yes! even the baby bug will make this one!) and with the gypsy or design studio.  Let me show you how:



Click HERE if you cannot see the video above.

Here are a couple of other nametags that I have made for past retreats...

SCRAP PINK 2008

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Thanks for stopping by THE BUG BYTES today! And thanks Pam, for allowing me to come play! Please feel free to visit me anytime at www.cricutcritters.com!

Cricutingly yours,

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19 comments :

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

How awesome !! Just in time tags for my travel soon. I will adapt this as a luggage tag.
Thank Tammy for sharing your wonderful project with a cartridge that is often left out

Melissa said...

Those are fantastic! I wanna come just so I can get one! :-)

Creative Critter said...

Awww... Pam! Thank YOU for allowing me to come play in 'your playground'! I hope everyone enjoys my post! Oh and I forgot to tell everyone that I laminate them with my Your Story that is also from Provocraft!

Tammy

disneynut77 said...

This was so helpful. Thank you very much!!!

ShawnfromMN said...

I absolutely love these!! Wish i lived closer to go to one of your crops!!!

Lori Apgar said...

Great video!! What cute tags and gifts you made for your retreat! Thanks for the inspiration ~ I have had this cart forever and have never made a tag...yet!

Lisa said...

Love your tags, Yep, I need Plantain Schoolbook!!!! How fun are these! Great tutorial Tammy!!! You Rock!


Crafty Hugs,
Lisa Sturgill

Kim. said...

Fantastic tutorial and great tags. I love this feature on Plantin and have made all sorts of tags with it, they are especially great for lunchboxes.
Kim xXx

Kelly M said...

I just got Plantin the other day and haven't played with it yet. Thanks for a great tutorial. I'll have lots of fun making these tags. The list is endless.
Kelly

Kimberly said...

AWESOME!!! Thank you so much! I've been wanting to do this, but haven't had the time to try and play around with the end cap feature (I thought it was a lot harder, lol.) I'm so making these for my girls instrument cases, gives a little style and will make it much easier to find their's in all those black cases. :)

Dakota Bear said...

Great tutorial!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Wow! Thank you for showing us how to do this! I have never tried it before and now can't wait! I will have to make luggage tags for sure!

Short Scrapper said...

Thanks so much for the video. I'm still a bit unclear as to the function of endcaps, but I'll give it a try. Love the tags! I can use them for name tags for my class next year. tfs

Cindy said...

Very cool, Tammy! I didn't think I needed Plantin, but looks like I was wrong.

flowerdisco said...

what a beautiful reminder of the endcaps. your project and tutorial are perfect, tfs!

cissi said...

What a GREAT tutorial Tammy, I wasn't exactly sure how to do this now I know THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!! I can't wait to try this.

My Creative Time said...

I LOVE ALL the tags!!! BEAUTIFUL!!
hugs,
Emma:)

Sharon said...

Thanks for sharing how to make name tags! That is just awesome!!! :)

Deanna said...

Tammy, thanks for sharing this. I wondered if there was a way to do the end cap feature with my Gypsy. Now I know. Love your tag and your paper.

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