Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Getting on the dimension with Donna Mundinger and Do More With Less

Roughly seven years have passed since Cricut became a common topic in crafty households.

Then, three years ago, Donna Mundinger wrote her first blog post and taught all of us Cricuters that what we were doing was mundane: Her creations were, and still are, the pinnacle of Cricut-based art.

Check out what she does with a Cricut, and lots of other mediums like digi stamps, at her blog, Popsicle Toes.

After you're adequately impressed and inspired try your hand at a dimensional project, and then drop in at Do More With Less, where Donna is the guest designer for a dimensional art challenge.

I arrived at More With Less after following Donna there, so it's new to me, but I can tell you a couple of things that are apparent: The owner of Do More With Less, Yvonne Yam, has three of the most hug able nephews who ever existed and her art is gorgeous!

Anyhow, one assumes that despite creating the most beautiful art, owning the most purrific cats, and being related to the most hug able nephews, Donna and Yvonne are mere human women, so there's a chance that our creations will live up to their challenge.

Just look at my own card: If I'm not too embarrassed to share ... surely you can, too.


  1. You're funny! ;)

    This is an awesome creation! Love love love the layers and dimension! And those bright and beautiful colors! Such a happy project! :)

    Thanks for taking time to play along with my guest Donna's challenge! :)

  2. Ohhhh what a cool card. So much dimension!!! Really beautiful!

  3. WOOHOO!!!!!!! Now THAT'S what I'm TALKIN' ABOUT! Fabulous, girly! Thanks sooo much for joining my challenge and for the super sweet words! Love, love, LOVE it! xxxxxxD

  4. whoa tracy!!! what a fab work of art!!..that is dimension..i love it..tfs..loves ya

  5. Your card is so terrific - that marvelous dimension makes it so very interesting.


  6. Love this in all of its glorious dimension! Such a lovely little garden card! Too fun!

  7. This is jolly nifty. Love all the bright colours.
    Hugs Mrs A.

  8. Your project looks amazing!!! I love how dimensional it is. It's amazing that you used your Cricut to make it!

  9. I love how blogging brings people from all over together. And can say that Yvonne is really nice and down-to-earth. Your cricut creation is so wow !