Wild Card Series #23-Pinwheel, Quotes, and Thinking Cards

Hi Everyone,
In order to get the series done by the end of the year I decided that I would try 3 cards in one video. I think it worked out really well....
Enjoy!



Click HERE to see past videos in the WCS!

I've had a lot of questions on how to use the Original Cricut with the Wild Card cartridge. After the holidays I will borrow my mom's baby bug and make a video on how to use WC with it.

Thanks for watching!

32 comments

  1. 3 cards in one day, yay!! Great job, again, I never realized there was a quote bubble card, that's a cool idea, thanks for bringing that to my attention.

    PennyG cricut mb

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  2. Perhaps the hole in the pinwheel card is for a string so you can tie a bow around the "wreath" ?

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  3. Hi Christina, I believe the hole in the pinwheel card is for a brad and then you need to attach a circle that spins and shows various pictures in the circle cut out on the card.

    I will make one later today and post it on my blog.

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  4. Great job, 3 cards!! I think the pinwheel is to add a circle inside with different sayings and you attach it with a brad and then you can turn it to make it say different sentiments. Just a guess, I am waiting on my Wild Card cart now, can't wait to get it!! Thanks!!

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  5. love the paper you used. thanks for doing this series, the videos have been fun to watch.

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  6. Great video. I did not realize there were Quotes cards. Thank you for sharing your creative talent.
    Diania

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  7. This has been sooo helpful...I'm an instructional coach and need to make dozens of cards for my teachers to show appreciation or give encouragement. I'm so glad I have this cartridge now!!

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  8. Great video! I have a baby bug...can't wait to see how WC works with it!

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  9. Thanks for another great video, Christina!!

    Merry Christmas!

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  10. Wonderful cards, can't wait to try this.

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  11. I really enjoy this series. Thank you so much for taking the time to do it.

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  12. What cute cards! I absolutely love your blog and all your ideas. I found you while visitng Teri B's blog... Thanks for the great videos. Wildcard doesn't seem too intimidating anymore!

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  13. Thanks Christina for these awesome cards. And thank you so much for doing some personal cricut wild card video. I can't wait...........
    Merry Christmas to you and your family..........

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  14. another great video, i have a baby bug along with my e, i thouht you could not do much with the baby bug and this cart so i will be interested to see what you come up with!!! thanks!!!

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  15. All your videos are fantastic!!!
    It is so helpful to see a visual on using this cartridge. Thank you for doing all the work to make it easier for us.

    smallcity

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  16. Thanks so much for doing this at such a busy time. I watch & make notes on every single one. Being a newbie, it is great!!!

    judieshe@gmail.com

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  17. I really love the envelopes, they are so cute.
    Again, TFS!

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  18. That was really quick!! Nice job and I love the paper you used.

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  19. Great cards! Your paper is so pretty. I hope you do another video on the pinwheel, I'd really like to know how to do that one!

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  20. I can't wait! I have the Create and haven't used WC nearly as much as I'm sure I could!

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  21. Great videos! The spinner card, where the hole is, thats where the brad goes to connect the circle on the inside of the card. When done, you should be able to spin it and you can put different stamps, pictures, etc, in the little spaces. I have seen this spinner card made numerous times, it is awesome when you are done!

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  22. Wow I wish I could make three cards that fast! Your videos are great and a big help to me. I will be getting so much more use out of my Wild Card cartridge thanks to you. I made a graduation card from Wild Card on Sunday. It turned out so cute. I was wondering what kind of paper you use? I have had some that when I fold it it cracks. That is so frustrating. I even use a Score Pal which I love.Thanks for taking the time to do these video and sharing your skills.

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  23. Thanks for all your videos on WC. I've tried to cut some and wasn't very successful. Your videos encourage me to try again.

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  24. Love the videos! Thanks for doing them... Question: on the thinking card, what paper did you use? It is gorgeous!! thanks!

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  25. That was cute, thank you and Merry Christmas to you
    derev77@hotmail.com

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  26. o.k. This is Christmas for me...three cards in one video -Thank you!! Love all cards especially the colors in quote card.

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  27. Thanks Christina, I enjoy watching your videos, I learn heaps.
    Linda

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  28. yep, the hole is for a brad...i LOVE making spinner cards! super cute!!! i have made the "circle" a flower and stamped different faces on it...cute! ;o)

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  29. I can't believe how much I am learning about WC from your videos. I didn't ever notice those cards in the booklet! I really need to take a closer look at the books more often. Thanks for all you do. Do you typically start with 12x12 paper or 8.5x11? Thanks, Sheri

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  30. Thank you so much! I just got the cricut and I am a little confused, don'e know what to do with all the parts. Your videos are helping, and I have ordered the Wild Card cartridge so I hopw to make good use of it and your videos. I wouldl ove to see you feature another cartridge as well (let me know so that I can buy uit!)

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