Hey everyone, here is another card I created using the Kate’s ABC’s Cricut Cartridge. I love this bird and the little egg. This cartridge has so many fun designs on it. I used the DCWV Baby Girl Stack for the background paper and American Crafts solid cardstock to create the bird and flower leaves.
I did use my Cricut Imagine to cut out the white cloud. I inked the edges of the cloud and stamped my Hello sentiment with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Broken China.
Happy Wednesday! Here is my entry for the Cricut Circle August Monthly Challenge. The challenge this month was to create a project with a scene. I decided to make an extra large card. I used Kate’s ABC’s for the house and the Pop Up Neighborhood Cartridge for the tree.
I really like the little tire swing! The cloud is a stock image from the Cricut Imagine. I used a combination of papers from DCWV. Some are from the Baby Girl Stack and the background paper is from the Green Stack.
I really like how the card turned out, now I just have to make a big enough envelope! lol Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week
Design Paper – DCWV Baby Girl Stack & Green Stack
Cardstock – American Crafts & Bazzill
Ink – Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Hey everyone, just want to share a thank you card that I created using the Forever Young Cricut Cartridge. I needed a thank you card to send my cousin and I wanted it to be kind of girly. I loved the bottle of nail polish on this cartridge so I cut it out at 4 inches. I used the shadow feature to make the bottle stand out from the background paper. I did add a white band across the front of the bottle to mimic an actual label.
I cut the flower out from the same cartridge at 2-1/2 inches. Again I used the shadow feature. I stamped my sentiment on a label that I cut with an EK success label punch.
I really like how this card turned out. The Forever Young cartridge is really great for girly images! Thanks for looking, have a great day!
Hey everyone, I just got the new Teresa Collins Sophisticated Cricut Cartridge and had to create something with it. I decided to use this cartridge to create a card for the Cricut Cardz Challenge Blog. The challenge was to create a thank you card using a heart, however, you could not use pink or red. Here is what I came up with.
I cut the crowned bird at 4 inches using my new Teresa Collins Sophisticated Cricut Cartridge and the scallop heart is one of the stock images on the Cricut Imagine. The scallop heart is cut at 2 inches and I used a stamp for the sentiment. I added a scalloped circle behind the bird to help the birds’ crown stand out a little more. The card measures 5 x 6-1/2 inches. I really like the images on this new cartridge. I’m so glad I got this one!
Happy Friday! Here is a shabby chic thank you card I created using Prima’s Annabelle Collection Design Paper. The card base is 5 x 6-1/2 inches.
I distressed the edges with the Tim Holtz distress tool. I cut the birdcage out using the Tim Holtz Caged Bird Die. I layered some Prima flowers at the corner of the birdcage and added a stick pin from Maya Road.
The butterfly is created using the Cricut Imagine and the Nursery Tales cartridge. At the top of the birdcage I added a Prima leaf and rose. The little tag was created with a Martha Stewart punch.
For the inside of the card I used the Tim Holtz Mini Baroque Die and stamped my sentiment then ran it through my CuttleBug using the Floral Fantasy folder. I punched two small butterflies and added them as well. I also added a strip of the design paper to the top of the inside of the card to finish it off.
Well here it is Thursday and I wanted to share the card I created for the challenge over at the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog. The challenge for this week was to use an insect or bug on a project. I decided to use the Kate’s ABC’s Cricut cartridge.
I love the little ant and the apple. The background paper is from Cosmo Cricket’s Upcycle Line. My card is 5×6-1/2. I cut the ant and apple at 4-3/4 inches.
Happy Wednesday! Here is a 12×12 scrapbook page layout I created. Yes, I do page layouts just not as many as I should.
I have been wanting to scrap these photos taken of my granddaughter on her 5th birthday for quite a long time and found the perfect Tea Party paper. I took her for tea at this darling little restaurant and she absolutely loved it.
The layout went really quick. I just added some photo mats, flowers and ribbon trim and this layout was finished in a snap. I really need to do more scrapbook pages!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week!
Design Paper – Creative Imaginations
Cardstock – American Crafts & Bazzill
Punches – Martha Stewart
Flowers – Bazzill Basics & Petaloo
Ribbon – May Arts