Monday, July 6, 2015

Cricut No Worries card

Cricut No Worries card
Quick and Easy card

Hello, friends!


Today's challenge over at Bitten By the Bug, called for something made using trees. Well, since it is summer time and I wish I was somewhere tropical, I did palm trees!

I used the Artbooking and Summer Love cartridges for this one. I thought it would be fun to make it look a little like a post card. To do this, I glued all of the pieces together before I added it to the card. I added it to the A2 size card front at a jaunty angle. Then, trimmed off the parts that went over the edge. 

As embellishments, I used some stickers from the Seaside Compliments sheets.
If you have a Cricut Explore, here is the file: Cricut No Worries card

If you do not have an Explore, here are the sizes: palm trees (Summer Love) - 4 1/4"
sun (Artbooking) - 1 3/4"
frame (Artbooking) - 5 1/4"
waves (Artbooking) - 1"

Cricut No Worries card

Cricut No Worries card

Cricut No Worries card

Cricut No Worries card

Cricut No Worries card
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July Sppecial


July Stamp of the Month



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Saturday, July 4, 2015

saturday recap

Saturday Recap
Hello, friends!

Before we get into the recap, I wanted to show all of you the stamps you can get for $5 each with every $25 in stamp you spend. Remember, these stamps can only be purchased regularly with hostess rewards. This is a really great special!

Check them out below!













 

Here is this week's recap! Let me know which is your favorite!







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July Sppecial
July Stamp of the Month




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Friday, July 3, 2015

Cricut Ball Jar card

Cricut Ball Jar card
Fancy Card Friday
Hello, friends!

I hope you have all had a great week! Tomorrow is the fourth, so I wish you all a fun and safe holiday!

Today, I have a card made using the Spring Fling cartridge. This is another one of those projects that is made using the cricut pens. I really love the look of this and it is so much easier to do than you might expect. 

The sentiment is made using two different free fonts I found online and the slice feature. They are called  Claire Hand and Clicker Script. Click here to download Claire Hand for free and here to download Clicker Script for free.

Using the slice feature makes using small fonts so much easier than cutting them out as words. All you have to do is add the inside of the letters. The best part is they are always perfectly lined up as well!

If you have a Cricut Explore, here is the file: Cricut Ball Jar card

If you do not have an Explore, here are the sizes:
flowers - 3 1/2"
jar - 2 1/4"
'hope you have a' - 3/4"
'ball' - 3/4"


Cricut Ball Jar card

Cricut Ball Jar card
Cricut Ball Jar card
Cricut Ball Jar card
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july specials
July Stamp of the Month


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