Springtime Koala

Are you ready for spring?  How about a project that has some flowers and bright colors to help until all of the cold and snow are gone?

Shawn has created a cute little card with a koala and flowers on it that is sure to brighten up your day.

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The koala for this card was cut from the Create A Critter 2 cartridge.  To see the full project information you can go to Shawn’s blog by clicking HERE.

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Male Birthday Card

Welcome to Sentimental Saturday with Brenda from Random Thoughts of a Scrapbooker. Today I have a male birthday card to share.

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This is a 5 1/2 x 4 1/4″ card. All cardstock used is Recollections. The black layer on the front is 5 3/8 x 4 1/8″ and the blue layer is 5 1/4 x 4″. I used the Everyday Paper Doll Cricut cartridge to cut the motorcycle at 3″, the large clouds at 2″ , the small cloud at 1 3/4″ and the road at 5″ wide. The grass behind the motorcycle was cut at 5″ wide using the Martha Stewart All Occasions Cake Art Cricut cartridge.  The blue layers and all cuts were inked using the CTMH Grey Wool Exclusive Ink pad. I also added yellow buttons (3 Birds Cute As A Button kit) to the center of the tires. The sentiment is from the CTMH Card Chatter – Birthday stamp set, and was stamped using CTMH Archival Black Exclusive Ink pad.

Thanks for stopping by!

Designed by: Brenda Halstead

Cricut Machine and Tools: Express 2 Anniversary Edition

Cricut Cartridge(s) Used: Everyday Paper Dolls, Martha Stewart All Occasions Cake Art

Other Supplies Used: Recollections cardstock, CTMH Exclusive Ink, CTMH Stamps, 3 Birds buttons

Valentine’s Day Banner

Today we have Shawn Mosch from Crafty Chics Blog and MyCutSearch.com sharing a quick and easy banner she made using colored burlap from DCWV and the rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique that she cut with her Cricut . . . YES, you can CUT these rhinestone sticker sheets into shapes with your Cricut!  Shawn even has a video showing her cutting some shapes HERE.

For the full project tutorial you can go to Shawn’s blog by clicking HERE.