Cricut-Winter Frolic

It is sooooo hot here....I needed to cool off with my Winter Frolic Cricut Cartridge. This is my September Design Team project for Scrapbookpal.com.


Supplies:
Cricut Expression, Cricut Winter Frolic Cartridge, ScorPal, Tweezer Bees Tweezers, Corner Chomper, Tim Holtz Tonic Scissors, Diamond Stickles, Zig Two-Way Glue Pen, White Cardstock (Georgia Pacific), Sharpie Marker, AC Holiday pattern paper. 

24 comments

  1. The birdhouse is really sweet I love this simple card I too love simple cards!

    Tfs!

    -christine

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  2. How adorable!! Love the added stickles on the hat! :)

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  3. What a beautiful card. It looks terrific. All those small pieces are tough.

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  4. Sooo adorable! I just ordered that cart and can't wait to play!

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  5. I don't have that cart yet, but your birdhouse and branch makes me want to get it. Love your simple card and no extra postage to mail it!

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  6. It is such a cute card and I'm so appreciative of you sharing your project with us for inspiration. I subscribe to a bunch of blogs for that reason and they all have seemed to turn into commercials for buying product instead of sharing. :(

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  7. Great card. Thanks for showing all the layers. I need to see that It can be so confusing sometimes for me. Thanks again for helping me learn so much.

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  8. What a pretty card! Think COLD - it's 96 degrees here today! TFS!

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  9. Christina yes it is very warm outside. I love the card & the colors where great. Have a wonderful day & stay cool well bye for now Eileen

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  10. That was sooo cute! I'm glad someone else puts glue on the wrong side of the Cricut pieces! Good idea on fixing it rather that recutting.
    Thanks, Lisa

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  11. Just darling what a cute card. I would go crazy with all those pieces and what to do with them. You really help me when I see this being completed. I hardly use my cricuts I have two and lots of cartridges but scared to work with them. Thanks for the video.

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  12. Love the card. It's simply cute!!!

    Carol

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  13. You must love puzzles! Those pine needles looked awfully fussy to put on in just the right place. I was thinking that you could cut the branch out of the light green and then color in the branch with brown. Very cute card just the same!

    Dawna

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  14. Super cute! The pieces were very small but so effective when the card was done. Is it possible to have a picture of your card on your blog under the video so we can see the details of the finished card. TFS!

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  15. Very nice, I love the corner chomper. I just got one from ebay about a week ago because I saw you use it in the past! Keep up the awesome blogging, I look every day :)

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  16. adorable card, thanks for sharing it with us.

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  17. This is a great card! I love it! I hope to purchase this cart soon, so I can make this card for my sister.

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