Today, I have a card that took a bit of slicing and dicing via Cricut Design Space to make. That is one of the things that is so great about using that program. Images used to be somewhat limiting, but now there is so much you can do.
For this card, I used (believe it or not) the Bag Toppers - Summer cartridge for the sand, bucket, and shovel. The is a great cut, but I did not want to make a bag topper. To me, this cut had lots of potential beyond bag topping.
After I sliced the cut to make it the way I wanted it, I needed another element. To me, a beach ball would be the perfect thing to make this beach scene complete. The perfect one was found on the Pack Your Bags cartridge.
I found a cute stamp set to top off this card in the Seaside Workshop on the Go kit. I masked it, so I could make it multicolored. Stamps really come alive when you do this.
If you have a Cricut Explore, here is the cut file: Cricut Beach Day card
If you do not have a Cricut Explore, this card will be a little more tricky for you, but can be done. Here are the sizes:
Beach Ball - 1/2"
Beach Scene - 3 1/4"
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