Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Cricut Flower Market Thank You Wreath.

Hello, friends!

Today, I have a simple card made using the Flower Market cartridge. The cuts that I actually used for flowers are actually succulents. How great is that? If I am being honest, when I initially made this card, I had not realized this. They looked like dahlias and camellias. Then, I read booklet (not a bad thing to do from the beginning *doh*) and saw that they were labeled as succulents. 

Another thing I would like to point out is how small the flowers are cut out and how well my Explore stepped up to the challenge. That teeny tiny lining cut out with out a problem. However, I would caution you to be gentle when pulling it from the mat. That is where the wheels could come off of the bus really quickly!

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 Thank You Wreath. 

If you do not have an Explore, here are the sizes:
wreath - 4"
flowers - 1 1/4" and 1 1/2"
leaves - 3/4" and 1"

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Joan Smith said...

Good Morning Miss Melanie...OMG What a Gorgeous Card....Your wreath is so beautiful and oh yes and a delicate cut.....the flowers are so the colors you chose....definitely an outstanding creative job. Thanks for sharing your Tips, Tricks & Techniques. I definitely love this cartridge. YOU so ROCK!!

Coelle said...

Melanie, LOVE your Thank You wreath and YES, those succulents make great looking flowers (non-succulents!!!)! Great that you didn't read the booklet!!! :-) You have always had such a creative 'eye'. CTMH continues to put out the best cartridges!!! Thanks for sharing you file!