I've been testing the Print Then Cut feature in Cricut Design Space. If you don't like cutting all the layers of an image, you can flatten it, print it on your printer and cut it on your Explore machine. I LOVE this feature. For these cards I was thinking Spring. I searched in Design Space for flower and found a generous amount of flowers I could use for printing then cutting. They cut like a dream. I took the images, added some backgrounds & labels and put them on some Hot Buy cards from Michaels. I think these cards would be good for our next Craft Day at the Nursing Home where I volunteer. Tell me your opinion.
Thank you for visiting with me today. May you have a blessed Monday.
Every two weeks Digistamps4Joy has a new digistamp release. Today is Team B's time to create with the new release. I chose two of the images for my card.
Card Supplies: 5X7 Card Base Images - Ribbon Corner (drawn by Margaret Kierser) and Flower Bowl (drawn by JenLee) Colored with Prismacolor Colored Pencils and Copics Butterfly is a Print then Cut image from Cricut Design Space Happy Birthday label Thank you for the opportunity to share my projects with you. I appreciate you visiting today. I hope you have a blessed Sunday. My grandson, Jacob is staying with me today while his parents go away for a day for their anniversary. Happy Anniversary, Donna and Craig.
Today is mid-month post for Digistamps4Joy challenge. The theme for March is Use some Washi-tape/bunting. There are some beautiful projects made by the Design Team. Be sure to check them out here. I chose Parfait Patty for my card. She can be found in the shop. This is actually the first time I used washi-tape.
Card Supplies: 4.25X5.5" Card Base made from Recollections Spring Decorate It Paper Pack Image - Parfait Patty drawn by JenLee. Image colored with Promarkers Martha Stewart corner punch Washi-tape Ribbon Chalk I hope to see some of your creations on our challenge page. Thanks for visiting with me today. I always love your comments.
A new challenge starts today at Crafty Cardmakers.Our theme is "For A Special Woman/Girl or Mother's Day". My mom is not living so I rarely make a Mother's Day card. I chose instead to make a Thank You card for my daughter, Donna. Donna is a daughter like every mother should have. She calls me almost every day and when I need her she's always right here. Thank you, Donna, for being you. I love you.
Card Supplies: 5X7 card base Gold overlay was made using the new Anna Griffin Edge Dies. This was the only thing I bought during the HSN Craft Day on March 8. Flower embellishment of your choosing. AG sentiment Ribbon - I found these hand tied bows at a fabric/pottery store in Galax while visiting my son & daughter-in-law last week. I'll tell you about that visit later. Thank you for visiting with me today. I hope you will travel over to the Creative Cardmakers' Challenge and show us your beautiful creations.
A new challenge starts today at Crafty Cardmakers. The theme is Go Green. We want to see a lot of green on your projects, use up some of your stash, or even make a St. Patrick's Day card. Let's see your creations. I decided to make my first Christmas card of 2017.
This card is a Make It Now project from Cricut Design Space. It is called "Christmas Bow Card and Envelope". The images are from Anna Griffin's Christmas Cards and Embellishments cartridge. There is actually a ribbon and bow to cut out but I thought a real ribbon and bow looked better. Thank you for visiting today. I hope to see your beautiful creations in our challenge.
I'm sure you all have heard of Alyce Keagan from Kit and Clowder on Facebook. Alyce is a super talented colourist and teaches coloring classes through Kit and Clowder. You should look at some of these classes. I decided to purchase the February Pencil Class. I thought it might be easier than with markers. HA. It took me 3 days to color this picture and I still don't like it. I sent it to Alyce for her feedback but haven't heard from her. She is really good to provide help with the projects she teaches. Maybe you can be my critics. What do you see in this picture that needs help.
I don't know how many of you use Cricut Design Space Make It Now Projects for a quick card or in need of some inspiration. There are some really pretty projects in the MIN section. Here is one I decided to make. It is called Watercolor Floral Card and it was designed by Kim Byers. It features Print then Cut watercolor flowers and a scalloped card. It was easy to make and I will send it to someone.
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