Wow, is it Tuesday already?.. yikes, these days are just flying by, especially when you're having fun :)
so, with that said, I have a card I want to share with you all today.. as a design team member for My Cricut Craftroom blog, us girls were asked to create a card of our choice and I decided to put my Snow Angel Imagine cartridge to good use and created a winter themed card.. I found inspiration behind the design of the card on Pinterest..
But this card and the design is all me..LOL
and with that said, here is the card I created:
the card measures 6x6 and all of the papers you see here are located
on the Snow Angel Imagine cartridge..
I printed a blue background measuring 5.75" x 5.75", attached it to the base of my card, then I took some white cardstock, cut it into strips and used my Martha Stewart around the page punch to punch out the edge pattern, plus the corners.. attached those next to the edge, covered the center with a square piece of cardstock, measuring 5.25" x 5.25".
with my Imagine I printed three different pattern squares and a blue colored square.. cut those at 2.25" x2.25" attaching them to white squares measuring 2.5"x2.5".. I then added the punched corners..
For the snow flake:
This pretty snow flake can be found on the Snow Angel Imagine cartridge.
I first the cut snowflake at 3" and then again separated at 3". before printing, I chose a white background for it and then used foam tape to piece it together. Adding a few drops of white liquid pearl for detail..
The scalloped circle is cut at 3.5" and can be found in the Cricut Craftroom basics..
Here you can see the layering plus the white background..
For the sentiment:
This cute phrase is on the Winter Frolic cartridge.. I filled it in with one of the blue patterns off of the Snow Angel imagine cartridge, printing and then cutting it at 2.25" plus adding a few drops of white liquid pearl for detail.. I attached it to the card with foam tape..
For supplies used:
Cricut Craftroom design software
colors, prints and snow flake
Cricut craftroom basics:
George and Basic Shapes.
white liquid pearl
Martha Stewart around the page punch
blue distress ink
well fellow crafter's.. That's my Tuesday project for this week.. Do stop My Cricut Craftroom's blog and see what the rest of our design team has created to inspire you with..
Hope everyone has a scrap-tastic week