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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Thank You-If Angels Could Talk

This card was the benning of my card making hobby. It is a tunnel card and I was really surprised how easy it was to make. It is a Thank You to my son and daughter in law for making my birthday special. The image was colored using Prisma pencils and Gamsol, then glittered and rain hearts, ribbon and a bow were added. The butterfly was cut from vellum using the Cricuit Happily Ever After cartridge.

For the inside, the flowers were cut from vellum using Cricut Walk in My Garden cartridge and the double heart was cut from Cuttlebug Love Language die. Words are computer generated.



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dj1952 said...

I only began using cricut and cuttlebug in January when my husband saw an infomercial for the cricut. I have been making cards for many, many years, however with the aid of software. (I have always embellished and added to what I printed.) But my first card made with cricut was nowhere near as nice as yours. Wow, what an imagination! I wish I had one.

Debbie (dj)