Hmmm…just got Cricut Design Studio the other day, and I just can’t quit “designing stuff”! I know they are all their designs in the first place, but with the design studio, you can use the cartridges you have to put your own twist on things (nope, they are not paying me to say this, I just love anything to do with the Cricut :)). For instance, I put a flower design with a saying from the Storybook cartridge and came up with this:
using Cricut Design studio to make your own designs.
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The more I use my Cricut, the more I love it. I actually haven’t been paying much attention to the newer Cricut cartridges, but then had a look and saw the Cricut Wild Card cartridge and got it for a good price. You know how small those sample pictures are in the ads, so I wasn’t exactly sure what I was getting. I was so happy when I saw what the card patterns were! I just love this oval one with the scroll work on it. I cut the card at 5.5″, then popped up some butterfly stickers on zots and also put a brad through a two layer flower. Voila! Just like that, and easy and beautiful card! Then of course, there’s no guess work on the envelope either, since the cartridge easily cuts a matching envelope just the right size…ahhh….card lover’s heaven 🙂
Here’s another version using lots and lots of silver stickles…another product I love to use!
Card with Cricut Wild Card Cartridge
Card using Cricut Wild Card Cartridge