Thursday, December 22, 2011

Celebrate card made using the CM This and That cartridge

Hello, friends!

Today I have another card that I made using the CM This and That cartridge. This one is not as dimensionally layered as usually do, but it is VERY layered. Basically, it is super envelope friendly! I really love using the new Cricut Craft room because I love sitting in front of the tv and designing my projects. The best part is getting the layers just right before I cut. None, of these cuts from this cartridge were necessarily meant to be layered like this, but I think it turned out pretty cool. I would never had thought to make something like this with out the CCR. There would have been far too many wasted cuts doing the trial and error method!

Here is the cut file for the CCR: http://www.box.com/s/sn0hts533uzuxjiax93y

Here is the cut file for the GYPSY: http://www.box.com/s/kgoz986jsueit7j8usax

I used a border punch for the scalloped section, but you could make a similar border with scalloped borders found on cricut cartridges.
I added a little bit of sparkle using Glitz glitter gel from Close To My Heart.
 Thanks so much for stopping by today. See you back here tomorrow!

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25 comments:

Joan Smith said...
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Joan Smith said...

Wow...great card...I'm still a bit perplexed how it all comes together but between you and Joy .... I'm sure once I get into CCR (first of the year) I'll be surprised at my results...so thank you for this my friends.

Ann said...

This is a really neat card. Maybe things will slow down (ha) after the first of the year so I can get into CCR, yeah right? Merry Christmas!!
Mstgane
Ann

JuPooh65 said...

Oooooo so pretty! I really like the color combo. Can't wait for the new year when I start using CCR.(I'm just waiting for all the Christmas craziness to get over before I begin something else new.) :D Thanks, as always for sharing great ideas. :D

Lara said...

This is stunning- I just so appreciate you! What a gorgeous card! I am getting an Imagine for Christmas and plan to sit down and play with it and CCR. Thanks for all the inspiring you do- I think I am a better crafter because of you!

Marilyn said...

Thank you so much for sharing...awesome card!

SugarBear said...

This is the cart I want to get next . . . just got my new Imagine up and running. Spent a large part of yesterday making cards w/Snow Angel. Finally got to use some of the Cuttle Bug folders I bought last year. Great fun in an otherwise somewhat stressful week.

tndj said...

Pretty card and I love the colors. Have used CCR and think the more I play in it the more I will like it. Love the welding over the design studio welding. Could never get it to weld in design studio. Now I just have to figure out the measurements in CCR. Don't come out right for me.

Kate said...

I really like all the layers on this card. Great job!

JANLYNN said...

Sweet. I am in love with CCR. It is so much easier than DS which I also have. I altered purchased photo albums (the kind with lots of 4 x 6 pockets) making title toppers and cutting frames to fit the pockets for family and a coworker using CCR. Tell those wanting to wait they need to get on the bandwagon. It is so much fun.

lindagk23 said...

Really cute card! Love the color combination too. Thank you so much for sharing and hope you have a wonderful Christmas! lindagk23ataoldotcom

Nanci said...

Love it. Thanks for sharing.

by Frank-LEE Speaking... said...

This is really cute. Love the color choices. Smooches... Felicia

Scrapper69 said...

I've been using CCR since Feburary... And enjoy using it with my Imagine... It helps out a lot with sizing for the Imagine! Your card looks wonderful... I LOVE all the circles and scallops.... :o)

Theresa

Betsy said...

Nice card!!
Could you do a short lesson on how to use the CCR and Gypsy cut files that you've posted? Do I just download them to my computer, then hook my computer to the Gypsy to use those ones? Thanks!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

You know I just love your blog and all the things that you share with us. I just wanted to stop by and wish you a Very Merry Christmas!

Dawn, RI said...

I love designing in CCR, I created
rollerskates for a project when I found none of the carts
I own didntt have it. Been playing in CCR but havent done much cutting. Soon as my legs heal I plan to get back into the craft room
Dawn RI

Gingercopen said...

Beautiful card! Thank you so much for sharing this with us!

snappy scrappy said...

Great card...love all the layers and the colours you chose!! Lee-Ann
:)

Deneen said...

Pretty card! Love all the layering.

Connie said...

Cute card. Could be used for so many different themes. Have a Merry Christmas.

tina said...

Very pretty card. Love the colors. Merry Christmas and and Happy, Healthy New Year to you and yours, Melanie.

Tina
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Lady Fair said...

Beautiful card, Melanie. I think CCR is a great tool. I use CCR to preview cartridges, and the search feature is wonderful! Anyone hesitant to dive in really should watch Joy's CCR tutorials. :)

Happy Holidays!

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Susan said...

Terrific card! Thanks for the files!
SusanJ in Atlanta

Linda said...

I love it when I can download a file. I always have a bit of trouble remembering how to get it to the CCR.
Thank you
Linda in Stanwood

 
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