I designed the cover using my Cricut. In fact, almost all the color pages used my cricut. I first cut out the words using Sure Cuts A Lot (SCAL), some software I bought for connecting my Cricut to the computer. I then sponged heavily over each word, using the appropriate color ink. Then, I chose some patterned paper to go with the color. Finally, I cut something on my cricut that went with the color. How do you like that tractor? It's my finest achievement! I found it on Susan Blue Robot's web page (Awesome page, by the way). Winnie the Pooh is from my Cricut cart, as are the leaves and Piglet. The horse is from a freebie I found online, and the cat is from a dollar download from a website online. The pumpkins are stamped from an SU! Stamp set called Autumn Harvest, and colored with plain old markers.
Now, onto the number segment. While I was really picking up speed, the numbers took me way longer, because I stamped and colored everything. First, I once again cut the numbers using SCAL. Then I chose some patterned paper for dividers (PTI Razzberry Fizz), and then started stamping!