Friday, June 24, 2016

Cricut Cancer Ribbon Butterfly card

Hello, friends!

Today, I have a card that I made for a friend of mine who has a granddaughter with leukemia. Being a cancer survivor myself, I completely understand how far a little kindness when you are going through something hard goes. 

I made this card using the wonderful Artistry cartridge and an SVG I bought from the internet. Since I cannot share projects that are made using SVG's, I can only share the sizes. Check them out below!

Here are the sizes: 
butterfly - 1 3/4"
ribbon - 1"

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Joan Smith said...

OMG Melanie What a Gorgeous card. Your card will so be appreciated, loved and cherished.
Prayers go out to your friends daughter!! You really came up with so many wonderful, clever and creative ideas for your card. You did a super outstanding creative job!!
Hope you have a Fantabulous Friday fill with lots of Fabulousity!! YOU so ROCK!!

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the mosaic tile look of the Butterfly. Please let us know where the SVG came from? Have a Bee-utiful day!
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Coelle said...

Awesome card thoughtful of you to show your concern and care. Such a unique creative idea to use the cancer ribbon as the body of the butterfly...always creative you are!!! Looking forward to more 'sneak a peeks'from the convention....saw where you did a demo on the new Cricut Cartridge.

Windy said...

Wonderful card...Love the stain glass butterfly. My friend's daughter-in-law is fighting a very aggressive breast cancer so I've been sending cards of encouragement. This would be a one. I'll have to hunt for that svg. BTW, I don't comment every day but I really like the projects you put on the blog and greatly appreciate the Explore files.