Thursday, November 4, 2010
Snowflake Joy Card using Cricut Winter Lace Cartridge
I made this non-traditional looking Christmas card (5" x 7") using Core'dinations cardstock and Anna Griffin paper. The center snowflake is from the new Cricut Winter Lace cartridge - so many cute snowflakes on this cartridge! I cut the snowflake at 2-3/4" (base and shadow) and then cut another shadow in white at 3" and layered them together using adhesive backed glitter paper. That adhesive backed glitter paper was a dream to use (be sure and multi-cut). I got the paper at Cricut Dan's booth this summer.
Above hopefully, you can see the sparkle of the inside paper. It makes quite a statement.
Here's the inside of the card - the top medallion says "'tis the season" and is also from Anna Griffin.
I popdotted the square section and also the "joy" scalloped circle. The "joy" stamp is from Papertrey Ink.
Here is a quick look at the Cricut Winter Lace Cartridge:
Have a great day!! Be sure and check out my two cards from the Nursery Tails Imagine Cricut cartridge over on Everyday Cricut!
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