Before I tell you all about today's project, I wanted to make a few announcements. First, starting next week, I will start posting crafty how to videos. Yes, after many many emails requesting that I make videos and much thought I have decided to take the plunge.
There will be at least one video per week. Well, unless something crazy happens. Remember I am a cancer patient. I have been good to get content up so far, but you never know.
I have the first several videos planned out, but wanted to know what kind of things you all wanted to see. Please include in today's comments what videos you would like me to make. These videos will be technique based, so you all can learn how to craft like a boss! Seriously, it is going to be great! I am even doing a bow tying video.
Second, I have made a survey that I would love for you guys to take. Taking this survey will help me improve this blog for all of you. If you take the survey, I will give away a box full of handpicked goodies. Let me know in the comments that you took the survey.
Click here for the survey ==> Courtney Lane Designs Blog survey
Here is another survey from Close To My Heart about future Cricut cartridges. Please take it! You can help sculpt future releases PLUS there is a drawing for an amazing prize!
Close To My Heart Survey ==> Close To My Heart Cricut survey
Today, I have another St. Patrick's day card. It, like yesterday's card, is made using the Artfully Sent cartridge. Who knew it would have so many great things for St. Patty's Day?
To get the focal point, I used the 'slice' feature. That way I could easily back the four-leaf clovers.
If you have a Cricut Explore, here is the file: Cricut Artfully Sent Four-leaf clover card
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