I made these for my Godchild's first birthday. For this project, I used my Sweet Treat Cartridge. Which is one of my favorite cartridges. Check out the link to see what it can cut!
Sunday, December 26, 2010
Monday, December 20, 2010
Saturday, December 18, 2010
I got the idea for this card from my favorite Blogger Donna Mundinger. I used Cricut design studio (DS) to create this card. DS is very easy to use and I LOVE IT! This is by far the most complicated card I've made so far but it was well worth it. I used Create a Critter, Opposites Attract, and George and Basic. The paper is from DCWV. I really LOVE the Create a Critter Cartridge and I can't use it enough.
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
I can't believe Christmas is only 10 days away. I made this card for my Little Buddy Egan. It's a 4"x5.5" card. I used my doodle charms cartridge to cut the snow globe, the snowman, and the snowflakes. I used pop dots to adhere some of the snowflakes.
You can barely see it but I glued a piece of plastic over the globe to make it look like glass. I used the plastic from a Cricut Cartridge wrapper. The snow globe base is trimmed with a silver Gelly Roll pen.
This is the inside of the card. I printed Christmas jokes on a piece of white card stock. Then cut and embossed it with a label eight Nestabilities. I hope Egan enjoys it as much as I enjoyed making it.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Sorry, the photo is not the best. I'm a crafter not a photographer...LOL. I created this card for my friend Andrew's birthday. This card is 5.5" x 5.5". I used "Create a Critter" for the cat and for Go Wild. To create the faux stiches, I used a white Gelly Roll pen. All the paper is from DCWV.
I had everyone from the office sign it.
I’ve always enjoyed card making but my love for card making changed when I received a Cricut, in 2009. I was given a red Cricut from my mom and sister as a Christmas gift. From the moment I took it out of the box and plugged it in… I was hooked. I started with only 4 cartridges and my collection has grown to 20. I only buy cartridges I know I’m going to use and I must say I do use all of them! About 8 months ago, I purchased Cricut Design Studio and I love it. It has allowed me to create cards in a whole new way. I hope you follow me on my journey or even be inspired to create your own creations.
Posted by Jennifer Bauer at 12:10 PM