Save The Date Card

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Hello! Brenda from Random Thoughts of a Scrapbooker here. My daughter is getting married in August 2015, and I made this Save The Date card to send out. I used the Sweethearts Cricut cartridge to make this. I flipped and welded the shape for the base of the card. The base of the card and the layers are 4 1/2″. I cut off the ring part of the black layer. I also used the hide and contour feature for the ring. “Save the Date” phrase and shadow were cut at 2″. I used the D’vine Swirls Cuttlebug embossing folder on the black layer of the ring box. The white and black cardstock are Bazzill and the silver and silver prismatic cardstock were bought at Hobby Lobby.

I used my Gypsy to make the cuts, and here is a picture of my Gypsy screen.

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Designed By: Brenda Halstead

Cricut Machine and Tools Used: Cricut Expression and Gypsy

Cricut Cartridge(s) Used: Sweethearts

Other Supplies Used: Bazzill cardstock, Hobby Lobby cardstock

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A Walk Along The Coast Layout

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Hello! Brenda from Random Thoughts of a Scrapbooker here to show you a layout of photos I took along the coast on Cannon Beach in Oregon.It was my first time in Oregon and this was absolutely beautiful!

I used Life Is A Beach for the title and sand dollars. The title was cut at 1″ and the two big sand dials were cut at 2″, while the smaller one was cut at 1 1/2″. I used Close To My Heart Chocolate Exclusive Ink on the sand dollars to help bring out the details. All cardstock is Bazzill.

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Designed by: Brenda Halstead

Cricut Machine and Tools Used: Expression 2 Anniversary Edition and Gypsy

Cricut Cartridge(s) Used: Life Is A Beach

Other Supplies Used: Bazzill Cardstock, CTMH Exclusive Ink

Cupcake Shaped Card

Cupcakes are so popular . . . for birthdays, weddings or for ANY time you need a little treat.  So why not use them as the inspiration for a card.  That is just what Shawn did today!

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This cupcake card was cut from the Sweet Treats Cricut cartridge.  If you hop over to Shawn’s blog you will see the full project tutorial today.  Just click HERE.