The challenge this week was to create a project using a spring theme. I used my Cricut Imagine along with the Create A Critter Cartridge and the Nursery Tails Imagine Cartridge. The Owl was cut at 3 inches using the Create A Critter Cartridge.
I then flood filled the image with the designs from the Nursery Tails Imagine Cartridge. The card is an A2 size card which measures 4-1/4 by 5-1/2 inches. I punched out the label then stamped Spring is Here using Timber Brown Staz On.
Hello everyone, just wanted to share a couple of 12×12 scrapbook page layouts. The first layout uses the Americana Crafts Confetti Collection. I used my Cricut Straight From The Nest Cartridge to cut out the banner and my Cuttlebug to cut out the scallop squares. The scallop square die is from Sizzix.
I layered some yellow Bo Bunny Dot paper along with some white cardstock onto the scallop square photo mats. A small brown photo corner was added to the mats. The balloons, cupcake, and candle are all chipboard pieces from the collection.
The Surprise tag was cut from the design paper and layered onto another piece of design paper then added to the layout with foam tape to add some dimension. I used my Martha Stewart punch to add the scalloped border and layered the Happy Birthday brown satin ribbon on top.
For the second layout I used a piece of solid cardstock for the base of the layout. I cut strips of the Confetti design paper and added them to the side and top. I added some glitter rick rack canvas trim and cut the title, Happy Birthday, from the design paper. I made a large photo mat and three small ones and added them to complete the layout.
The three rosettes were created from the design paper as well. Kathryn from Life on the Scrap Beach has an awesome YouTube tutorial for these rosettes.
I hope you like my layouts. Please leave a comment. Thanks for stopping by!
Hey everyone, I am really liking my Cricut Imagine. For this card I used my Create A Critter Cartridge along with my Nursery Tales Imagine Cartridge.
I used the Owl from the Create A Critter and flood filled the image with the design patterns from the Nursery Tales Cartridge. This machine really lets you experiment with the design process. The labels were cut from the stock images that are preloaded on the Imagine machine.
Again, I flood filled the images with the pattern colors from the Nursery Tales Cartridge. I stamped the sentiment Soar and added some ribbon and buttons to finish it off. That’s it! Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Friday! Just want to share a couple more cards that were made with the Cricut Imagine. I used the Nursery Tales Cricut Imagine Cartridge. The images are really cute and reminded me of Spring. Here’s what I came up with.
I’m having a lot of fun learning how to use this machine. Thanks for looking! Have a fabulous weekend!
Hey everyone, just want to share another card made using the Cricut Imagine. The card base was cut at 5×5. I then used the square stock image that is on the Imagine and filled it with one of the patterns from the Cricut Imagine More Cartridge. I also used the scallop circle stock image and […]
Happy Wednesday! Just wanted to share my entry for the Cricut Circle Weekly Challenge. The challenge over on the Cricut Circle Blog was to create a project using the Cricut Imagine. This was a good challenge for me because I have only used my Imagine a couple of times. My excuse was that I have […]
Here’s a quick video of a card that I made for my sister who is attending a baby shower. Hope you like it. YouTube link Supplies Cricut New Arrival Cartridge Cricut Wrap it Up Cartridge Cricut Tags,Bags, Boxes and More Cartridge Bazzill White Cardstck Buttons – Queen & Co. Ribbon – Dollar Tree Patterned Paper […]