Making cards with my Cricut


I am totally hooked on my Cricut! I joined a card swap where we had to use our Cricut to make 3 cards. I only have the “Stretch Your Imagination” image cartridge, but I’ve found the cartridge most versatile.

Bird quoteBird at sunset

Trees in AutumnTrees in Autumn

SunflowerSunflower

Thanks for dropping by!
Elmi


SUPPLIES:
(The supplies listed are very “condensed” – I’ll update with more detail later)

Bird at sunset card:
Cricut cartridge “Stretch Your Imagination”; lots of Distress Ink colours; Ranger ink blending tool; small black brads; printable transparency; 3D Zots; pattern paper by K&Company; card stock by Bazzill Basics.

Trees in Autumn card:
Cricut cartridge “Stretch Your Imagination”; Green ‘bosher’ by Bazzill Basics; large brad; ribbon; stamp by Maya Road; glossy accents by Ranger (used to stick down leaves & bosher); pattern paper by Cosmo Cricket; card stock by Bazzill Basics; card blanks by Hot Off The Press.

Sunflower card:
Cricut cartridge “Stretch Your Imagination; “Spicy marmalade” Distress Ink; yellow jewels by doodlebug design inc; pattern paper by K&Company; card stock by Bazzill Basics.

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