Wild Card Series #26-Present, Cake, Safety Pin, Band Aid

Today's video features the present, cake, safety pin, and band aid cards. Yep that's 4 cards in one video.

Enjoy!



36 comments

  1. I am loving this series...WC was one of the first carts I bought and I love it!

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  2. Christina, thanks so much for taking the time to do these videos. It has helped so much to see these cards made. Appreciate your dedication to seeing this series through.

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  3. Hi Christina,
    Wow you are really rocking this series. Great job! Hallmark and Carlton Cards move over Christina is coming through.
    But thank you so much for doing this series. I have learned so much!

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  4. I love the paper you used (especially on the present card). Do you know what paper it was?

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  5. I just got the cricut for christmas along with this cart and you inspire me so much to make all of the cute cards. Thank you so much.

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  6. Cute cards! Thanks for taking the time to do these!

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  7. Thanks so much Christina! I really appreciate you doing the videos.

    Just a note on that band aid card. I've used it twice and I actually really like it. I used it once for a get well card and then again for when my sister graduated from Nursing school. Made it into a cute congrats card. :) Also, on the wedding cake card, you can really spice up that one w/ stickles. :)

    Thanks again Christina!!!

    Pam
    pjnisson@hotmail.com

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  8. Thanks so much for another great video, Christina!! We all should get a lot more use out of this cartridge now!!! You've done an awesome job! Thanks so much!

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  9. I have this cartridge also:)
    I do love it. My fav. is the owl. Very cute.
    I love your video. Thank you.

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  10. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this series.
    Thank yu so much. Can't wait for more!

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  11. Thank you, I don't have this cartridge. Your videos are helping me deside if I need to get it. :)

    flapril

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  12. Hi: Don't have that cart yet, but after seeing your video it's diffently going on my list. Those cards are so cute.

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  13. I love to make cards and thanks to you, I think I have to have Wild Card!!! Loving the choices.

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  14. Another great series, you really can't tell how much you like a card till you have seen it made.
    I like everything i have seen!!!!



    carolyn

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  15. I have made the present card, but you made it much easier! I cut the patterned paper first, then lined it with cardstock.... definitely the hard way! I also cut out a circle from the patterned paper I was using for the center of the bow...just another way to embellish. I'm so glad you keep telling us to use the blackout feature too...this is important. When I made the present card I used the regular feature and it cut slits where the ribbon goes...not bad, but annoying.

    I also have the K & Company kid paper you used...this gives me a great way to use up all the leftovers!!

    Thanks again!!

    Cindy Boney

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  16. Thanks for your help. I love your videos. Thankyou.

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  17. Hi Christina,
    I am loving this series, thanks so much for finishing. You are really bringing this cartridge to life.
    How about tackling Graphically Speaking as your next challenge.

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  18. Christina,
    LOVE YOUR VIDEOS! I have a niece that just received a Cricut and I gave her your website and told her that it was #1 in my book. I do have one question--I am not sure what to use for envelopes. Cardstock is too heavy and paper is too light. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks again,
    Nancy

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  19. Thank you Christina.....love it...The wedding cake card is so cute... just adore the safety pin

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  20. Thanks Christina I loved all of the cards I can not wait to make them

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  21. Wathcing your videos makes me want to quit my housework and play on my cricut!

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  22. You Rock Christina! Thank you so much for doing these videos. I've had this cartridge for a long time and it scares me. I hope now I can really start to use this cart.

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  23. I just received a Cricut Personal for Christmas. This is the first cartridge I want and your videos really encourage me. Could you actually make these on a Personal cutter or will they be too small?

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  24. It's so nice of you to do these videos. I am going to be making so many of these thanks to you!

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  25. All of these cards are ADORABLE! My favorite was the band-aid! I LOVE LOVE LOVE that pattern paper you used for it!!! Thanks again for these wonderful videos!!
    xxx
    Emma:)

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  26. Love these cards. I think the gift one may be one of my favorites you've done on this series so far. You've given me a lot of ideas to play around with, thanks

    PennyG cricut mb

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  27. you continue to amaze me with these videos! LOVE IT!!! especially your take on the band aide card!

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  28. Love the cards you are making. Gives me lots of ideas on how to use them.
    Thanks

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  29. Thanks Christina for exploring this cartridge, I am enjoying these videos!
    Lisa

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  30. This cart is the answer to a couple of birthday gifts. My sister and a friend love to send cards and a box of WC cards will make a perfect gift to each of them. I fell in love with this cart the first time I saw it, but I just couldn't get it to work for me. Thanks for your help.

    Lee
    wigellen@aol.com

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  31. Thank you! Thank you! I have this cart and have been neglecting it. Your videos make me want to get it out and use it! I had no idea what I had been missing.

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  32. Loved watching your video showing examples of several cards. Very cute. I just found your blog but I will be sure to continue watching your videos.

    barbsmith2536@yahoo.com

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  33. Thanks so much for sharing these videos. The bandaid card was one of the first cards I made on this cart. I put a very thin layer of batting under the little part on the bandaid. It turned out pretty cute with the fluff sticking out of the holes like a real bandaid.
    Thanks again.

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  34. I just found your site and wanted to thank you for these videos.

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  35. They're all toooo stinkin' cute! Thanks so much for taking time away from your day to show us these videos! Very sweet of you!

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  36. Hi Christina,
    Thank you for taking the time to make all of the wild cards. Can you tell me what the measurement of the present is on pg 62? How did you come up with the measurements for the cards?
    Again, thanks!
    Marcia

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