Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Cricut Artistry Border Feature video

Artistry border video
Techniques, Tips, Trends, Tutorials, and Tricks Tuesday!
Hello, friends!

It's the first day of the month and the first day you guys can start ordering out of two new Close To My Heart catalogs! Don't have one? Any purchase made this month will include a free Seasonal catalog. Simply add it to your bag when prompted. You can also purchase the annual catalogs online starting today. If you purchase an annual catalog, I will send you a freebie!

Ok, now on to the video!

This video shows give a more in depth view of the Border feature in the Cricut Artistry cartridge. Be sure to let me know if you have any questions!

If you cannot see the video above click here ==> Cricut Artistry Border Feature video
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Joan Smith said...

OMG Miss Melanie Your video featuring the Artistry border was awesome man I so can't wait to use them on layouts....it's one thing to see them in the book and a whole nuther ball game to see them all created....thanks for doing this...I truly can't get enough of your videos.

All of these new stamp sets are awesome...my wish list is growing.


Luria said...

Hi Melanie,

Love the boarder video. The lady bugs on this cartridge are very cute. Thanks for sharing.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Especially like how you used the LadyBugs border & stepped it up with the layering.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Coelle said...

Melanie, Your videos always show us possibilities we might miss.....love the borders and how you showed versatility with some different ones. Thanks!

Windy said...

Thanks for the video. I love seeing the various border ideas! I have to admit that I'm horrible at seeing the possibilities on cartridges. I look at the book and say "that's cute" and then go on without really realizing what I can do with the cuts.