Alright crafty peeps, today's card is almost Cricut free! Yeah, I know, I do love my Cricut (because I spend a lot of money on carts!) so I use it a lot. I was asked to make a retirement card for someone who loves pink and is a breast cancer survivor. So this is what I came up with:
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Okay, so I have been gone a LONG time, I know. But I had some serious family issues to take care of. Still kind of working them, but hey life goes on! So I finally started crafting again. Boy my craft room missed me. Anyway, I busted out the Cricut for this 40th Birthday card! I have this birthday paper stack from Me and My Big Ideas that has been sitting around forever, and I decided to use it!
I busted out my Cricut for a couple of cuts. One of my favorite cartridges is Winter Woodlands which is what I used for the circle and the scalloped circle. I used Plantin Schoolbook for the numbers. I always seem to go back to that cart! The font is just so perfect. I used a paper punch from Martha Stewart and some twine from The Twinery to finish it off.