Wild Card Video Series #5

Here is a basic video on the Wild Card Cricut Cartridge. I'll be back later this weekend with another episode. Enjoy!



To see the other videos in the series click here.

13 comments

  1. Great tips, Christina! I find the book a bit confusing, you made it perfectly clear.

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  2. Great info. TFS, I'm not so intimidated by this cart now.

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  3. Hi Christina!

    Great tutorial! Love watching your videos!

    CindyS. from Cricut MB

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  4. Great tips!!! Maybe when you get a chance you can teach me how to use the Life's a Beach card features.... I have trouble getting those matched up properly... :sigh:

    I am really looking forward to seeing what you come up with in this series!!!

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  5. Thank you SO much. I am so excited you are doing this. I cannot wait to take this Wild Card journey with you. I appreciate you doing this more that you will ever know.

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  6. Thanks for the tips!! Good luck with the cards. Sandy

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  7. Christina, thanks so much for the tips on the Cricut. It helps me to see how you cut out your cards on the Cricut. I did not know to put my 8-1/2 by 11 paper in that corner. THANKS. Love your videos and CARDS.

    Cathy

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  8. Thanks for the tips Christina. Love using my Cricket Expression and you make it so simple by watching your videos.

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  9. Great tips Christina!! That is def one cart that needs some explaining!! But, it has some great cuts on it! TFS!

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  10. Thanks Christina, I'm lovin' this series. I had missed this one so I went back and tried it last night. I can't get how you cut the printed outside liner piece. I ended up just cutting the cart card liner but I like yours much better. I have the baby bug but I'm expecting my new E next week. I just couldn't stand not making the envelopes.
    Jana

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  11. I am so glad to have your series. I got WC for Christmas and you've saved me a TON of time. TFS!

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  12. I found your blog when searching for Cricut tutorials...I am learning so much! Thanks for all you're doing----what fun!

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  13. THNX Christina:
    Had my expression for about a year, been doing trial and error card making for that period. Now I have a better feel for it. Thanks so much for you simple approach to instruction! You're the greatest!

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