The first card I made was for my niece, Stephanie. She is married to my nephew, Christopher and today is her birthday. She is a photographer and collects vintage cameras. I found this cut file in the Silhouette digi store - Vintage Camera. I modified the cut file because the camera was not a card. So I copied the background of the camera, then flipped it, and then grouped the two pieces together to make the cardbase. The rest of the camera I simply cut out and assembled.
Now the next card is for a special little boy that has a birthday coming up in March. Please read his story here - Colin's Birthday - I believe you will want to send him a card too. The story is very moving.
So I thought I would make a camera card with my Cricut. One problem was I couldn't find a "camera card" that I liked. So I found this camera on the Locker Talk cartridge. In Cricut Craft Room, I welded the base of the camera together by copying the base, flipping it, and welding it together. Then I sized all the pieces of the camera to fit the card base. Then I cut them all out and adhered them together.
I used the same sentiment for bother cards - A Picture Perfect Birthday is our wish for you! I hope that Stephanie and Colin will both like their cards. I hope you will enjoy seeing how you use one idea for two different machines. Thanks for stopping by today - we appreciate your visits and comments!!
Until another day, God Bless You!! Donna
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