Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Close To My Heart Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge Banner Wish card

Hello, friends!

Today, I have another card made using the Close To My Heart Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge. This one was made very quickly and is quite cheerful! It is not particularly bulky, so you could easily send this in the post. 

Not only does this cartridge have pop up cards and tri-fold cards, there are also pocket cards! The project demonstrates just one way to use the pocket card feature. I can see lots of uses, including pocket and traditional scrapbooking!

Below is the video I made when I opened this cartridge, so if you want to see some of the handbook pages and what is all included take a look!

 

If you cannot see the above video click here ==> Close To My Heart Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge out of the box video

I cut the banner pocket piece out at 5". The banners themselves were cut out at 2" (aqua one) and 1 3/4" (orange one).










Also, don't forget that if you buy the Close To My Heart Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge bundle from me this month you will get a FREE stamp set! Check out the promotional Graphic below. 






Anna Griffin Splendid Soirees
To win:




september constant campaign

Close to My Heart Stamp of the Month

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20 comments:

Joan Smith said...

Hi Melanie OOOOOH I love your card it's so pretty and thanks for all of your awesome ideas....and keep 'em comin'!
OH Girl I got my Artfully Sent Cartridge kit yesterday and OMG it's so awesome....I am so in love with the instruction book too....they've thought of everything. I am so excited to see what else you'll be creating using this cartridge.....YOU ROCK!!

LST in Colorado said...

Melanie, yur card is awesome and a great one to have on hand. I can't wait for mine to show up at my door this week! Thanks for sharing!

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Nice combo of banners & butterflies.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Barb A. said...

Really cute card! Thanks for sharing your time, talents, and ideas with us.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing with us! Lori G from Finger Lakes, NY

RLS Innovations said...

Thanks for sharing that new cartridge. It looks like fun.

Sue
rolfe974@prodigy.net

shawn box said...

Love the design of this card. Great display. TFS!

Bonnie said...

Such a cute card! I like the fact that it was made using a pocket card.

Coelle said...

Thanks Melanie for using the new cartridge and I look forward to seeing more creations from Artfully Sent from you....you are the BEST!

Deedles said...

I just LOVE cards using banners and mis-matched fonts: it really makes the card look homemade and custom.
You are a master of color combos as well. Thanks for your continued inspirations!
Oh and the Soirée cart would be a dream to own :-)

Vanessa said...

Cute card! Thanks for all the inspiration!

Miranda said...

Super Cute!!!!

CA Scrapper said...

Beautiful card! This cartridge looks awesome.

Leslie

Marie said...

Gorgeous card using the new cartridge. I like the way you used a pocket card for a regular card. Thanks for the focus on the new cartridge.

Barbara Hart said...

I love the banner card! I especially like the coordinating paper inside. It's a nice surprise! BTW, I would love to win that Splendid Soirees cart! ;-)

CathyinMN said...

Love the bright colors. Such a fun card!

Luria said...

This is a great card with fun colors. Thanks for showing us what
This cartridge can do. I have ordered mine and can't wait to play.

Luria

LemonDropMemories said...

I love everything about this card. Definitely putting this cart on my wish list.

Janice Cook said...

I love this card. The colors are so pretty!

Auntie Em said...

Your card is so pretty! I love the sweet little banners and streamers. This would be perfect for birthdays or congrats. Those are the best designs! :)

 
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