July 27, 2010

Cricut Gestational Period?

So Bianco (my white Martha Stewart Cricut Cake) arrived today.  I gently unpacked her and set her on the counter next to Rosso (my Red Velvet Cricut Cake) and before we went out to dinner gingerly wrapped them up together under a HOT PINK blankie.



When we just came home a bit ago they seemed to be snuggled together nicely.



I am thinking I might have to move them to the guest room together for a bit ;) At least until CHA is done and Rosso can move to his new home, wherever it may be. Maybe with YOU?!

So does anyone know the gesational period of a Cricut?


***Crickets lay eggs. After mating, the cricket will take about 4-7 days to "nest" and then lay their eggs. The eggs need to be incubated in the "nest" about 2-3'' deep. This means you must give them enough "nesting" material to create it this far down. It will take around 7-10 days for the eggs to incubate and eventually produce baby crickets.

Hmmmm.... I am wondering if the green paper from the Cricut Circle Welcome Kit would be considered appropriate "nesting" material for Cake eggs.

Thanks for humoring me :)



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9 comments:

  1. Oh my word, you named your cricuts?!

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  2. LOL your so funny! You have to come to the next swarm so we can meet you. =D

    Angie
    (Iambubbles=D)

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  3. Rosso = italian for RED
    Bianco = italain for WHITE

    Names...not really just being silly

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  4. Those cricuts sound like soooo much fun. You are AMAZINGLY creative Kymberlee.

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  5. Hmm, yup, they have personalities, they need names, right ? You were the only one who commented on my "old dead stick" during the Papercraft Star blog hop - either we have the same sense of humor, or you are obsessed with all things little print ! Lol

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  6. So If the dazzling red and the elegant white spawn.....we Have a PINK CAKE! Naaaaaaaa! I Like the RED!

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  7. Hi there

    Thanks for sharing, I have digged this post

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  8. Hi, very interesting post, greetings from Greece!

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