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Wild Card Series #24-Porthole, Flower, and Branch

Hi Everyone,
I hope you all had a great Christmas.

Here is the next installment of the Wild Card Series



Enjoy!

31 comments

  1. another great video of cards, I never could figure out how to do that tree card either, I think the way you did it is fabulous!!

    PennyG cricut mb

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  2. Christina, you are so awesome!!! Thank you so much for making these!!!

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  3. Christina,

    I just made the flower card! Thanks so much for your video!

    Kathy

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  4. I Just got my wild Card Cart today, I didn't think I would like it until I seen your video's. Thank you for doing this, I just love this cart and you make it so much easier on us with your videos, Thanks again!!

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  5. Christina,

    Thank you again for helping us figure out all of these cards! I look forward to each one!

    Blessings,

    Cheryl

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  6. Thanks Christina, your work is inspiring. My second New Year Resolution is to make one of each too,
    Robyn

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  7. I am a newbie to the Cricut and have the Wild Card Cartridge. I am watching every video you made and taking notes. It has inspired me and has been most helpful. I am looking forward to diving in and making some cards!
    Thanks for the information and inspiration!!
    This has been ever so helpful and I just love your cards!

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  8. Christina:

    Thank you very much for doing these videos. I have the cart but never use it. It is great to see what they are suppose to look like.

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  9. I love this video it was perfect and I love your samples!

    Thank you thank you!!!

    -christine

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  10. Christina, you've really rocked this cartridge. It was intimidating before your videos... you made it look much simpler.

    Thanks for taking the time to share this cartridge with us.

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  11. Thanks for figuring out the cards. You do a beautiful job. I'm enjoying your efforts.

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  12. Gale The Happy Stamper (:December 26, 2009 at 5:50 PM

    Great cards Christina! TFS and I too think the Branch card is a tri-fold card. I made the Champagne Bottle card previously and it too was laid out that way. So, I think you are right and thats what my take was on it as well.
    Huggs,
    Gale The Happy stamper (:

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  13. Thanks again Christina, Love this cartridge now...........

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  14. thanks for all the work you do i never could have figured these out by myself

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  15. Hi Christina,

    I love this cartridge and I'm loving all of your videos. I look forward to them. thank you for all your hard work.

    Kelly

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  16. Great video.....I have gone back and watched every one of them....guess I need to get that cart out.....

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  17. Thanks for another great video, Christina! I think that is the only way to do the branch card that it will fit in the envelope. I can't figure out any other way to do it, either!!! Awesome share! Thanks so much!!!

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  18. I love your wild card series. I use this cart so much, and you have done a great job helping everyone to get the most out of this cartridge. Great job!

    RavensFan

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  19. Great job of demonstrating all of the cards on this cartridge. If that is not the way the branc card is supposed to be, it should be. I love your take on it.

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  20. WOW! 3 in 1- 3 fabulous cards in 1 great video!! THANKS!!!

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  21. Thank you for making these videos! For a new Cricut user, I can't explain how much they help. You are awesome!

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  22. Wow! You've really been working hard on these videos! Three cards in one video...you're so awesome! It really inspires me to get crackin' on creatin'! Thanks, Pam

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  23. I think you did an amazing job and I am grateful that you take the time to make these videos. They are so helpful and it inspires us to use the cartridges more than we might have with the videos. Thank you.

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  24. Great job demonstrating how to assemble these cards. What brand of adhesive are you using?

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  25. I always watch your videos before I tackle anything on wild card... I never could figure out some of the folds... thanks for your awesome videos!!

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  26. thanks again christina, I just love your videos. I have the original cricut, so can't do most of the envelopes, but I am looking forward to when you do some videos with the baby cricut.I live in australia, and just love your blog, and so mjany people have loved the cards I have made, using your inspiration
    jenny victoria australia

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  27. The Wild Card series is AWESOME!! I've watched all of them so far. I haven't made the branch card, but what you did looks good. Even though your cards are simple, I really like the cardstock colors. Have you decided which cart you are going to do next...want to make sure I have the cart :o). Have a safe and Happy New Year!

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  28. Thanks once again. I follow every one of your videos on this cartridge. Will soon get a chance to make a card, I hope! =) Have been sick so kind of glad the holidays are almost over.

    judieshe@gmail.com

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  29. Thank you Christina for the Wild Card series. I purchased cart months ago and didn't know where to start. The videos have been a tremendous help.

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  30. Thanks for doing this series with the Wild Card cartridge. I have found it one of the more difficult cartridges to figure out. I just got my Expression and have had great fun trying some of these cards and envies after watching your videos. Kepp 'em coming.
    Barb
    jcdiehl@sprynet.com

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  31. I was trying to do the branch card..couldn't figure it out. Then I remembered that I had bookmarked your tutorials, so I came up out of my craft room to watch. Glad I'm not the only one who was mystified. Your demo seems right on to me. Thanks for being there.

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