Friday, April 22, 2016

Cricut Boy Pirate Birthday Card

Hello, friends!

Today, I have my son's birthday card to share with you!

I made this card using the Cricut Baseball and Artbooking cartridges. The little pirate is a from a stamp set appropriately called Pirate Birthday that I colored and hand cut out. The sentiment is from the same stamp set.

I did not have a wide red and white striped patterned paper, so I make my own using cardstock. Easy peasy!

If you have a Cricut Exlpore, here is the file: Cricut Boy Pirate Birthday Card

If you do not, here are the sizes:
island (Baseball cartridge) - 1/4"
waves (Artbooking cartridge) - 1 3/4"

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Joan Smith said...

Good Morning Melanie....OMG Girl what a super cute card.....your sure did a fabulous coloring job.....your little pirate is so adorable!!
Sure came up with lots of cool & clever ideas that all came together and resulted in a super outstanding creative job!! Hope you have a Fantabulous Friday!!! YOU so ROCK!!

Marilyn said...

Cute card!!

Vanessa said...

What an adorable card! I love the striped background; thanks for the tip!

Coelle said...

Such a CUTE card and great job coloring. it's nice you do cards for sons are now grown with families, but I always had a hard time finding cards for them when they were growing up.

Windy said...

Cute card!! And thanks for the reminder to adapt what we have when we don't have what we need for a card.

Rachel Mossor said...

For some reason I can't get the card to load up onto design space. Not sure if it is because of I'm trying to do it from phone. Don't have computer. Anyway you can email the file? Thank you!