Saturday, June 6, 2009

New Cricut Video Shows Mix and Match Button




I wanted to make a video showing how to use the Mix & Match button, but not use it with fonts. Why? Just to be difficult. No, just kidding. Because I thought it would be neat to see if you could. I decided to make the card above using Lyrical Letters (LL). Now, I know LL is a font cartridge but it's got tons of goodies in the back of the booklet, like all kinds of word art appropriate for card making! So, I figured out a way to use that Mix & Match button to make it work.

I also thought I should show an EASY way to glitter an intricate die cut using the Xyron machine. WOW! So much easier than the Zig 2-way glue pen. I spent close to an hour fiddling with that glue pen the other day as I glittered the swirly guitar on the Hannah Montana layout and it about drove me crazy. The Xyron is incredibly tacky, even if you make a little mistake along the way. See the video for the "oops" and then see how it all turns out.

You can download the written directions HERE!

See below for the video!

10 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Scrapbook Freebies Search List, under the Alpha(s),Word Art(s), Word Book(s) post on Jun. 07, 2009. Thanks again.

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  2. Thanks so much for posting that video! I always wondered how to use mix and match! :)

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  3. Joy!!!! How cool was this video!! You have a natural talent!

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  4. I love the new layout. Nice tutorials also.tacyn@comcast.net.Stkitts scrapper from the cricut board

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  5. Love the applause at the end of video!!!! great ideas thankyou for sharing a new cricut fan. Apruil

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  6. Awesome!
    Pam
    wilsonp58yahoo.com

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  7. I REALLY enjoy your videos. They are awesome. You make them look so simple I am inspired to try some of them.

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