Were off to see the wizard, and hop with Creative Cuts too!

Yahoo, it is time for another blog hop with Creative Cuts and More! If you just hopped over from Steph Zerbe (what an awesome project!) you are in the right place! If you are starting here make sure you hop over to the Die Cut Diva blog (where you can get a coupon for 15% off!) so you don’t miss any of the fabulous prizes! This month’s giveaway is a Halloween castle album kit, be sure to sign up at the Die Cut Diva blog for your chance to win! This month out theme is Halloween and I wanted to do something a bit out of the box with Creative Cuts and More’s Dress and Tux boxes, there not just for weddings anymore!

Die Cuts: Creative Cuts and more, Stamps: (dog) Pink Persimmion, (Title) Inkadinkado, All others: The Stamping Ground
Die Cuts: Creative Cuts and more, Stamps: (dog) Pink persimmon, (Title) Inkadinkado, All others: The Stamping Ground

That is a lot to get into one photo  so here are the favor boxes closer up:

For Dorothy I used the dress box in blue and hand-drew an apron, cut out and added it with stamped elements.
I'll get you my pretty, and your little dog too! For Dorothy I used the dress box in blue and hand-drew an apron, cut out and added it with stamped elements.
I used a rust colored tux box wrapped with fluffy yarn to make the cowardly loin.
I used a rust colored tux box wrapped with fluffy yarn to make the cowardly loin.
Are you a good witch, or a bad witch? Glenda is my favorite! I used the Angel diecut and trhe dress box cut from pearly pink cardstock to make her! Did you know the actress who playes Glenda was 51 when she played the part, I'll have whatever she's having!
Are you a good witch, or a bad witch? Glenda is my favorite! I used the Angel diecut and the dress box cut from pearly pink cardstock to make her! Did you know the actress who plays Glenda was 51 when she played the part, I'll have whatever she's having!
Oil Can! Here is the tux box again. Tip: when stamping on pearlessect cardstock besure to heat emboss it to prevent smearing!
Oil Can! Here is the tux box again. Tip: when stamping on pearlessent cardstock be sure to heat emboss it to prevent smearing!
If I only had a brain...Why does this sonk keep playing over and over again in my head?
If I only had a brain...Why does this song keep playing over and over again in my head?
Don't forget the ruby slippers! These were cut from Metallic red cardstock, I stickled the buckles and glued them on.
Don't forget the ruby slippers! These were cut from Metallic red cardstock, I stickled the buckles and glued them on.

Here are the Die Cuts I used:

Dress box

Tux Box

Witch

Buckle #01 set

Baby Shoe

Angel

Hot Air Balloon

I also used Stickles Glitter Glue on the shoes and Glenda boxes.

Now that you have seen my project check out Jen’s fabulous creations! Thanks for stopping by and till next time happy hopping and crafting too!

13 thoughts on “Were off to see the wizard, and hop with Creative Cuts too!

  1. Oh, Lindsay! These are AWESOME! We just LOVE the Wizard of Oz here at my house! Jacob used to watch it every day! We even made our very own tin man from stove pipe parts, complete with oil can and a heart around his neck! These would be so fun at a Halloween party or a Wizard of Oz theme party! You totally out-did yourself with this project!

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