NEW Noel Mignon Site & Subs and a Cricut Share

Good morning, all! I have some exciting news to share! Noel Mignon has launched a brand new website! Come check it out! Along with the brand new website, Noel has introduced a subscription program!!!! WooHOOOO!

The website and subscriptions are AVAILABLE NOW  and you can find out more about them at the following links. Be sure to go to these links for the next little while as the new site gets up and going. Noel will eventually phase out the old and all of the new stuff will be contained under that web address. But for now, please visit . . .

Link for New Site

Link for Subs

The very first kit in the subscription will begin with the AMAZING, Homespun kit! Check out the sneak below!

I have this INCREDIBLE kit in my possession as we speak and am working on an introduction video that I will share with you in a few days . . . so be sure to check back for that!


Well, I can’t have a post without a crafty share . . . so here is a page I created for a recent Cricut Magazine that I have yet to post here.


I made this page last June after returning home from our summer road trip to the Grand Canyon. I used the My Mind’s Eye Stella & Rose Mabel collection. The journaling spot is from the My Mind’s Eye Lush 2 collection. The circle, title and dimensional flowers were created with my Cricut Expression machine. The title is actually from a baby cartridge, Baby Steps. The flowers are created from the rolled flower images contained on the Flower Shoppe cartridge (LOVE the possibilities of that cartridge). Right now the Flower Shoppe cartridge is out of stock on the website, but you can purchase the digital cartridge version and use it with your free account at Cricut Craft Room.

I love to cut apart the Cricut titles and pop up every other letter with foam squares. It makes for a great dimensional title!

Have a great day, friends! I hope to see you again soon!



3 thoughts on “NEW Noel Mignon Site & Subs and a Cricut Share

  1. I love all of your layouts. They are ways fabulous. I have a question though. You use a lot of flowers on your layouts and I was wondering how you store the pages? Do you put them in protective sleeves and then in binders? If so how does it work with the flowers?


  2. Hi Shauna! Thanks so much! I use 12 X 12 3-ring albums by We R Memory Keepers. I place my layouts in sheet protectors before slipping them inside. I don’t mind the bulk of the 3D flowers on my projects in my albums, but some people might. The do get flattened a bit while they are in the albums, but not much if you store them vertically, instead of stacking them horizontally on top of one another. I hope that helps!

    Have a great day!


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