Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Cricut Flower Market Hello Darling card

Hello, friends!

Today, I have a card made using the Cricut Flower Market cartridge. I do not think this particular flower is supposed to be purple, but I made a artistic choice. We don't always have to follow all of the rules, ladies. 

For this card, I used a technique that I use on occasion where I cut the focal point larger than the card front. Then, I just trim down the parts that go over the edge. It is both dramatic and helps fill up the space. 

The stamps that I used are the ones that are included in the bundle. There are just so many things you can do with those texture sets. Also, the sentiments are quite versatile. 

Buy Flower Market NOW!

==>Physical Cartridge Collection ($99 plus tax and shipping)

==>Digital Cartridge Collection ($79 plus tax and shipping) *note you do not get instant access. You will be shipped the code, paper, and stamps.  

If you have a Cricut Explore, here is the file: Cricut Flower Market Hello Darling card

If you do not have an Explore, here are the sizes:
flowers - 7"
banner -  2 3/4"

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Joan Smith said...

OMG Miss Melanie What a Gorgeous Card. I do love the colors you made your flower....Hey it's a Hybrid flower by Melanie....Love all the colors in your card..together they make a stunning look. Love your creative idea for creating a focal point....Not to sound like a broken record but yet again An Outstanding Creative job....I'm in constant awe over this can anyone resist .... Just sayin'. Can't wait 2 C what U have for 2morrow.
Here's wish you another Craftabulous Day!! YOU so ROCK!!

Coelle said...

Beautiful Card, Melanie! And GREAT tip about cutting the focal point larger than the card size for a dramatic look as well as filling space...THANKS! Always appreciate your expert tips!