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Jett

Jett


Gender: Female
Crafting Interests: Teacher, Student, Fashion Designer, Baker, Artist
Crafting Styles: Vintage, Country, Traditional, Feminine/Delicate, Embossed


More About Me: I'm a scrapbooker who evolved in to a crafter as well. ^_^

My Cricut®   Collection: Disney® Pooh and Friends Cartridge Disney® Pooh Font Set Cartridge Summer in Paris Cartridge

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Jett commented on Garden Party Table Decor by scrapalette:

Not giving any measurements really doesn't help us.

June 01, 2014

Jett commented on Hoo loves you? by Nechayka:

This project, like many projects here, frustrates me. I need instructions and more details than just the cartridge you used. Step-by-step instructions help those of us who need that and who may be less talented at making cards than others.

February 09, 2014

Jett commented on Raven Box by CricutDesignTeam:

Help for anyone frustrated with the box: (1) Start by scoring and folding everywhere the tic-marks indicate: this will help tremendously with the assembling of the box. (2) Fold the sides of the box and attach the tabs to the flat edges of the box make a rectangular-looking cylinder. (3) Take the U-shaped piece and fold it down. (4) Take the two pieces that look like hook-shaped pieces and fold them down, placing the tab/hooks under the sides of the U. (5) Finally take the triangle-with-a-tab shape and push it through the rest of the U shape. It's all right if you end up pushing the other pieces down into the box with it. Just reach into the open side of the box and push all the pieces so they connect and lay flat (using your other hand or a table as support for the bottom). ---If you've done it correctly, the bottom of the box should look like two trapezoids touching with two triangles on the sides of those trapezoids. (6) Tape this bottom to help with keep it in place. (7) Now take the 4 tabs at the top of the open flaps and fold them so they're facing out/away from the box. Once you've done that you can fold the whole flap over and into the inside of the box (the small tab will provide support at the bottom, the rest of the flap provides support for the sides of the box). (8) Now assemble the lid by scoring and folding as indicated by the tic-marks. Put something behind the cut-out image--like colored paper or acetate--or leave it open, your choice. (9) Glue each tab under the 2 flaps. (10) Put candy or treats in the box and then put on the lid. You can see a picture (and eventually video) instruction of this at my blog: lemondropmemories.

October 15, 2013

Jett commented on Spooky Favor Boxes by CricutDesignTeam:

Help for anyone frustrated with the box: Start first by scoring and folding everywhere the tic-marks indicate: this will help tremendously with the assembling of the box. First, fold the sides of the box and attach the tabs to the flat edges of the box make a rectangular-looking cylinder. Next take the U-shaped piece and fold it down. Then take the two pieces that look like hook-shaped pieces and fold them down, placing the tab/hooks under the sides of the U. Finally take the triangle-with-a-tab shape and push it through the rest of the U shape. It's all right if you end up pushing the other pieces down into the box with it. Just reach into the open side of the box and push all the pieces so they connect and lay flat (using your other hand or a table as support for the bottom). If you've done it correctly, the bottom of the box should look like two trapezoids touching with two triangles on the sides of those trapezoids. Tape this bottom to help with keep it in place. Now take the 4 tabs at the top of the open flaps and fold them so they're facing out/away from the box. Once you've done that you can fold the whole flap over and into the inside of the box (the small tab will provide support at the bottom, the rest of the flap provides support for the sides of the box). Now assemble the lid by scoring and folding as indicated by the tic-marks. Put something behind the cut-out image--like colored paper or acetate--or leave it open, your choice. Then glue each tab under the 2 flaps. Put candy or treats in the box and then put on the lid. You can see a picture (and eventually video) instruction of this at my blog: lemondropmemories.

October 15, 2013

Jett commented on Bride & Groom Banner by CricutInspiration:

How does the Independence Day - Freedom fit in this project? I'm just not seeing it...

October 06, 2013

Jett commented on Pencil Treats by CricutDesignTeam:

This project requires the Preserves cartridge, NOT the Preserves Cuttlebug Folders. You can't do the project with a Cuttlebug.

August 19, 2013

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Jett commented on Garden Party Table Decor by scrapalette:

Not giving any measurements really doesn't help us.

June 01, 2014
Jett commented on Hoo loves you? by Nechayka:

This project, like many projects here, frustrates me. I need instructions and more details than just the cartridge you used. Step-by-step instructions help those of us who need that and who may be less talented at making cards than others.

February 09, 2014
Jett commented on Raven Box by CricutDesignTeam:

Help for anyone frustrated with the box: (1) Start by scoring and folding everywhere the tic-marks indicate: this will help tremendously with the assembling of the box. (2) Fold the sides of the box and attach the tabs to the flat edges of the box make a rectangular-looking cylinder. (3) Take the U-shaped piece and fold it down. (4) Take the two pieces that look like hook-shaped pieces and fold them down, placing the tab/hooks under the sides of the U. (5) Finally take the triangle-with-a-tab shape and push it through the rest of the U shape. It's all right if you end up pushing the other pieces down into the box with it. Just reach into the open side of the box and push all the pieces so they connect and lay flat (using your other hand or a table as support for the bottom). ---If you've done it correctly, the bottom of the box should look like two trapezoids touching with two triangles on the sides of those trapezoids. (6) Tape this bottom to help with keep it in place. (7) Now take the 4 tabs at the top of the open flaps and fold them so they're facing out/away from the box. Once you've done that you can fold the whole flap over and into the inside of the box (the small tab will provide support at the bottom, the rest of the flap provides support for the sides of the box). (8) Now assemble the lid by scoring and folding as indicated by the tic-marks. Put something behind the cut-out image--like colored paper or acetate--or leave it open, your choice. (9) Glue each tab under the 2 flaps. (10) Put candy or treats in the box and then put on the lid. You can see a picture (and eventually video) instruction of this at my blog: lemondropmemories.

October 15, 2013
Jett commented on Spooky Favor Boxes by CricutDesignTeam:

Help for anyone frustrated with the box: Start first by scoring and folding everywhere the tic-marks indicate: this will help tremendously with the assembling of the box. First, fold the sides of the box and attach the tabs to the flat edges of the box make a rectangular-looking cylinder. Next take the U-shaped piece and fold it down. Then take the two pieces that look like hook-shaped pieces and fold them down, placing the tab/hooks under the sides of the U. Finally take the triangle-with-a-tab shape and push it through the rest of the U shape. It's all right if you end up pushing the other pieces down into the box with it. Just reach into the open side of the box and push all the pieces so they connect and lay flat (using your other hand or a table as support for the bottom). If you've done it correctly, the bottom of the box should look like two trapezoids touching with two triangles on the sides of those trapezoids. Tape this bottom to help with keep it in place. Now take the 4 tabs at the top of the open flaps and fold them so they're facing out/away from the box. Once you've done that you can fold the whole flap over and into the inside of the box (the small tab will provide support at the bottom, the rest of the flap provides support for the sides of the box). Now assemble the lid by scoring and folding as indicated by the tic-marks. Put something behind the cut-out image--like colored paper or acetate--or leave it open, your choice. Then glue each tab under the 2 flaps. Put candy or treats in the box and then put on the lid. You can see a picture (and eventually video) instruction of this at my blog: lemondropmemories.

October 15, 2013
Jett commented on Bride & Groom Banner by CricutInspiration:

How does the Independence Day - Freedom fit in this project? I'm just not seeing it...

October 06, 2013
Jett commented on Pencil Treats by CricutDesignTeam:

This project requires the Preserves cartridge, NOT the Preserves Cuttlebug Folders. You can't do the project with a Cuttlebug.

August 19, 2013

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