Creative endevours made on my Cricut Imagine by Provo Craft.
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Monday, November 22, 2010
CRICUTDEMOWA: 1st Ever Blog HOP
Welcome to our Imagine blog hop! We have 12 blogs participating today, and you're sure to find some fun ideas for using your Cricut Imagine. If you've come here from Tina's blog you're on the right track. If you're just starting out, you can continue on from here and hop around in a circle until you arrive right back here! When you're done here, hop along to Angela's blog and see what see has created for us. Don't forget to leave a comment so you can be entered into the drawing for my BLOG Candy!!!!
SNOW ANGEL CI CART
SnowFlake Box and Tag
This first picutre is a 2"x2" box and tag. This second picture is a card I made with the CI and a reg. Cricut Cart. And the last pic is an easle card.
I used the feature on the CI that allows you to print 12/x 12 background paper.
For the BOX: You will need to make a box. To do this measure a piece of card stock 2" x 8 1/2". I use a scor-pal to score all my projects. Score at 2", 4", 6", 8" this will give you a 1/2" that will be the tab.
Form your box. I only use scor-tape to secure my projects like this. I cannot say enough good things about this type. Put the scor-tape on the tab finish your box. I then used the shape feature on my CI I chose the square with the rounded corner and filled it with the blue snowflake paper option on this cart. cut 4. Choose a snow flake on this cart cut at 1.5 choose layer. You will need 4. Once your snowflakes are assembled I used stick on pearls to finish it.
The Tag is a 2" x 4" piec of paper folded in half using the scor-pal. Again add a snowflake from this cart done in layers. Size needed for snowflake is 1.5.
Cute winter card
CARD: You will need a 4" x 12" piece of background paper. Folded in half to make your card 4" x 6" I then took 3 pieces of white card stock 4" x 3 1/2" and used an EK Sucess Punk to make the Snow Hills. You can use any Christmas Tree from your collection cut 3 trees at 3". This card was for a challenge so it has a bird but you can add your sentiment. I put some embellishment snowflakes ove some very faint snowflakes on the paper. I used a faux stitching down the side.