I used the Anna Griffin Christmas Kitsch Cricut cartridge. This card is a 5 x 5 card. The paper used was the white shiny Recollections paper from Michaels. You can find it where the individual paper sheets are sold. The embellishments are cut from brown multi-colored scrap paper. I used red Stickles to decorate the tree and the deer's nose. Silver Stickles were used for the snowflakes and brown enamel pen was used for the deer's eye.
I love this Anna Griffin cartridge. The cartridge also comes with matching envelope so you don't have to worry about trying to figure it out.
This card was made for a swap on the Cricut Crazy and More Website. (http://www.cricutcrazyandmore.com) It had to be a shutter fold card, have 3 layers of matting and be embellished. Had to make 6 cards.
(1) 12 x 12 piece of cardstock.
12 pieces of card stock cut in various sizes for the matting
Martha Stewart punch- Leaves
1 1/2 inch circle punch
Aileen's Tacky Glue
Wink of Stella pen- clear
Darice Embossing folder- Fall Leaves
Distress Inks- Spiced Marmalade, Lemon Yellow and Vintage photo
Had so much fun making this card for a swap! This is a 5 x 7 card with a black mat.
The purple spider web paper is from my stash. The Trick or Treat and bat are from an old DCWV die cut collection.
The shoes and leggings are from a Darice embossing folder. I embossed 2 sets and cut them out separately to give some dimension. The shoes are blinged out with a clear Wink of Stella pen and the buckles are silver Stickles. The shoes are popped too for more dimension.
These cards are works in progress. Went to a local crop yesterday.
The first card is a small card, perfect for last minute gifts or use as a tag.
The image is from the Cricut A Quilted Christmas cartridge. The name of the image is Wise Man Card. The image is also part of the Cricut Design Space subscription.
I cut the outer images at 5.5 inches by 4.25 inches out of very lightweight glitter paper from the dollar spot at Target. The inner card is navy and burgundy heavy card stock cut 1/8 of an inch smaller.
I'm still thinking about how to embellish the front. Maybe something simple like "Peace."
The second card was super easy. I used green card stock from Michaels (Recollections brand). It cuts like butter with the Cricut Explore.
The image is from the Cricut Design space subscription Holiday Cards 9, Christmas Card. The card is cut at 5.5 inches by 8 inches. The insert is red glitter paper (also from the Target dollar spot). I cut the insert a little bigge…
This is a card I made for my husband's Aunt. She LOVES Disney and she is 70 years young.
I used my Cricut Explore. The die cuts are from the Cricut Mickey & Friends cartridge. The card base is a cut file created by Melody Lane from melodylanedesigns.blogspot.com. You can find her all over social media. Just google Melody Lane designs. She was kind enough to share this file with the Cricut Explore Facebook group.
Just a couple of quick cards I made for a swap. The first one I used the Cricut Explore. Love it that when you need a quick card this machine has a lot of ready-made ideas for you:
This next card is from a paper pack (can't remember the name) that I got at Michaels. It was one of those $5 Hot Buy Pads. This paper pad had some many cute cut-outs that it was a breeze to make this card: