Saturday, November 30, 2013

Exploring Cricut ~ Christmas Blessings ~

Good morning!  Thanks for joining me for
another great Exploring Cricut post! 
This week I am featuring a card project!  With Christmas on the horizon, I need more cards in my stash!  So I pulled out my Winter Woodland cartridge and went to work...
I chose a snowflake cut (page 35) and cut it at 4.5 and 2.5 inches.  They are stacked on top of each other with dimensional foam.  The card base (white CS) is 5.5 x 4.25 inches with a dark red CS matting.  I chose some DP by Teresa Collins and hand cut the zig zag border following the design.  I added the snowflake, stamped my sentiment on white CS and hand cut a banner.  The final touch...  a white button with a bit of red & white jute for a jaunty finish! 
Thanks for joining me!  Don't forget to stop back by tomorrow as we celebrate Our Daily Bread Designs' December release! 
Cricut Cartridge - Winter Woodland
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Vintage Pattern Ornaments
Ink - Memento - Rhubarb Stalk
Paper - Georgia Pacific, The Paper Studio, Teresa Collins - Santa's List
Misc. - Jillibean Soup - Baker's Twine, Button 


Georgiana said...

Oh so pretty!

Julie518 said...

Really pretty card! Simple, but still with plenty to look at :) Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

Sharon said...

So beautiful!!! I love the snowflake and that paper is awesome!!! :)

Scrapping Girl said...

Super pretty and festive! The button with the twine you added on top of the snowflake is just the perfect finishing touch!
Michelle S.

Michelle N. said...

Very pretty-simple, yet elegant! Great twine for the button too!

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