I am so excited!!!The wait is finally over and the new Close to my Heart Artfully Sent cartridge is now available. This cartridge is amazing with over 700 fabulous images, it's a definite must have!!! You can get your NEW Cricut cartridge bundle here.
Cardmaking has never been easier or more fun! With our newest Cricut® collection, you can make handmade masterpieces in no time at all. Choose from cards with sentiments cut directly into them, or combine several cutouts to create your own pop-up scenes. Featuring more than 25 different card themes and 5 different card formats including dynamic interactive designs, this cartridge has a card for any and all occasions—even if the occasion is "just because"! Card styles include pop-ups, scenes, sentiments, sleeves, and pocket cards.
I LOVE that I can cut SVG files with the new Cricut Explore machine! It was so much fun to paper piece this little Olaf and with a few cute snowflakes and swirls from my Art Philosophy cartridge this layout turned out just the way I wanted! I hope you like it too!
We definitely made some "Magical Memories" at Disneyland when we were there last week for Close to My Hearts annual convention. I had a blast with my fabulous team and friends and can't wait to share the exciting new products coming in August. Stay tuned for details!!!
Just wanted to share a couple of layouts I made with the Jubilee paper pack. This paper is perfect for Disney themed layouts!!! I used Cricut Craft Room and the Mickey Font cartridge to create my title on the first layout and The Mickey Font and Mickey and Friends cartridge for my second layout. Now I am ready to go have some fun at our CTMH annual convention and get some pictures for these layouts. Thanks for stopping by! Friends,
Hello friends! Today I am sharing a layout I made with the National Scrapbooking Month special from CTMH. This Free to Be Me paper pack is fabulous and only $5 this month with a $50 purchase. For my layout I hand cut my banners but you can find tons of great banners on all of our CTMH cartridges! Thanks for stopping by!
I created these layouts with my friend Sue for our NSD Scrapbook Day Luau party. So much fun!!
We used CTMH Lollydoodle paper and stickease. The circle, flowers and leaves are from the Art Philosophy cartridge. Our Luau title was created in CCR with the Artbooking cartridge. We hope all of our guests enjoyed these goodie bag projects!
Just wanted to share this Beach layout I created for our National Scrapbook Day event. Our theme was Luau Party so I used bright colors with the Artbooking cartridge for the waves and trees. The Flip Flops and sunglasses are from the Pack your Bag cartridge.
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I have been seeing these fun Pop Up Box Cards all over and couldn't wait to try one out. I was surprised that they were so easy! Here is one I made using Close To My Heart's Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge and the Simply Charmed cartridge. Close To My Heart colors are Smoothie, Crystal Blue and Buttercup. CTMH Stamp sets: B1446 Hoppy Easter and D1540 In the Background. You can find a tutorial for these super cute cards here.
Happy New Year! Today I want to share an easy layout made with CTMH newest cricut cartridge-Artbooking. This cartridge is amazing and a must have for scrapbookers with over 700 images including 30 two-page scrapbook layouts. For this layout I used the camera on page 40, film strip and photo mat from page 41 and the title from page 51. Thanks for stopping by!