Thursday, October 3, 2013

[Video]CTMH Artbooking Cricut Joy Christmas Card

Today's fast Christmas card features some of my favorite Cricut cuts from the new Close to My Heart Artbooking cartridge!
Take a look below for the sizing:


I decided to put a little something on the inside - I love that Ornamental Cheer stamp set (and it coordinates with the Close to My Heart Art Philosophy cartridge too!).
This would be an easy card to mass produce!  I have all the sizing of the pieces in the video so be sure to scroll down and watch it!

I used:
the Close to My Heart Artbooking cartridge bundle which you can get HERE:
the CTMH Ornamental Cheer Stamp Set - D1520 (click HERE to see more):
and CTMH Cranberry Ink (click HERE to find out more).

Check out the video below to see how to make this card (click HERE if you can't see the video):




One last thing - I had a request for my 
Mexican Chicken Macaroni and Cheese Recipe:
-one pound of chicken breast, boneless/skinless, cooked and cubed -one small Velveeta block, cubed or half of a large block, cubed -2-1/2 cups of milk (you want the cheese sauce runny or it will dry out) -8 oz shredded monterrey jack cheese or cheddar if you prefer -1 small can Rotel tomatoes -1/2 pound of elbow macaroni -1 can cream of mushroom soup
1) Cook chicken and cube. I brown it in a pan, with lawry's season salt. 2) Cook macaroni in large deep pot so you can mix everything together later 3) Put soup, milk, cubed velveeta and 1/2 the monterrey jack cheese/cheddar and heat together in large saucepan on the stove. Stir frequently and make sure it doesn't burn - you could add some salt and pepper here also. 4) Combine macaroni, rotel and chicken in pot you cooked macaroni in. Then add in cheese sauce. 5) Pour into sprayed casserole pan. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes with foil on top. Remove foil, add remaining cheese and cook for an additional 5+ minutes until cheese on top is melted.
You could also add some onions. This is so YUMMY - perfect comfort food!

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102 comments:

  1. My all time favorite movie is probably "Gone With the Wind". I also love "It's a Wonderful Life" even when it's not Christmas. LOL Your Joy card is lovely--very festive!

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  2. Beautiful card! My favorite classic movie is The Sound of Music.

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  3. One of my all time favorite actors was Jimmy Stewart and so my top three classic oldies is: "Harvey", "Who Shot Liberty Valance" and of course "It's a Wonderful Life". I always look forward to seeing the latest and greatest JOY card! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. My all time favorite movie is probably "Gone With the Wind". I also love "It's a Wonderful Life" even when it's not Christmas. LOL Your Joy card is lovely--very festive!

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  5. Your JOY card is so beautiful just like a JOY I know and cherish. You did a wonderful job creating your card. Thanks for pointing out these beautiful cuts on Artbooking cartridge. My favorite classic oldie is "Heidi" Shirley Temple and "South Pacific". Your recipe sounds yummy. I love your videos and definitely get so inspired from them.

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  6. Joyful layered card. My fav classics are "Singing In The Rain" and "Gone With The Wind." Yummy recipe.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  7. Beautiful card! That casserole looks yummy too! Favorite classic movie is sound of music!
    Ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  8. Lovely card. I like It's a Wonderful Life.

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    1. Love your beautiful Christmas card.
      My favorite classic movie is "It's A Wonderful Life".

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  9. My favorite classic movies are "It's a wonderful life" and "No time for sergeants" Thank you for all your inspiration. I love all your "recipes" for making beautiful cards!

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  10. My favorite classic movies are "It's a wonderful life" and "No time for sergeants" Thank you for all your inspiration. I love all your "recipes" for making beautiful cards!

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  11. I must have posted in the wrong place. I see my comment as a reply to Sue D.
    Anyway, I love your gorgeous Christmas card.

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  12. I'm going to have to try this recipe. Sounds yummy. And I don't think I have ever even seen a classic Hollywood movie. How sad is that?

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  13. Copied this recipe. Thanks. I love Giant, It's a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street.

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  14. I do not have a favorite movie I love them all.
    linda
    lmkindell1@verizon.ent

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  15. I love "The Christmas Story" It is a classic that I have to watch every year.

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  16. White Christmas, hands down! Mama said they went to the movies to cool off in NW Fla, because that was one of the few places with A/C back in the olden days. She remembers seeing White Christmas when she was pregnant with me, so I guess I first experienced the movie in utero! When Papa retired from the USAF when I was 12, we had our first experience watching a movie in color on Grandma's big tv, and it has been a tradition ever since!
    Sorry if TMI! Dorothy E

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  17. Great card! I don't know if these would qualify as classics, but my favorite movies are Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music, followed closely by Fiddler on the Roof. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I absolutely LOVE White Christmas and Miracle on 34th Street! I have to watch them every year or it just would not seem like Christmas. I love your card and your recipe. I make Mexican Chicken Casserole but have never heard of it with mac and cheese - I am definitely going to try it!!

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  19. I agree with Cathy above. I love Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music. BTW, I love your card also!!!

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  20. Favorite classic movie? I adore Casablanca (think I am secretly in love with Humphrey Bogart). I also treasure the Christmas classics...White Christmas, Holiday Inn, The Christmas Story and the first Home Alone (altho the last two are recent "classics"?)

    Thanks for the recipe. I may make that for our next poker get together

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  21. North By Northwest. Love the card!

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  22. Favorite Classic Movie - White Christmas, and I don't know if it's considered a classic Hollywood movie, but I love Out of Africa for the cinematography.

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  23. Beautiful card/video from a caring person.Your BLog getting to be like a one stop shop! Coupons, tips, techniques, movie videos,comedy, recipes....LOVE IT!!!! My favorite movie was Love Story...I'm a romantic at heart!
    Have a CREATIVE day!

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  24. My favorite movie - It's A Wonderful Life. Love the card. I look forward everyday to see what you will be creating. Thank you for making the videos.

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  25. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the Mexican Chicken Macaroni & Cheese recipe! I am glad I wasn't the only one who wanted it. My favorite movie of all time is GONE WITH THE WIND! I really appreciate your videos and keep the beautiful Christmas cards coming.

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  26. I love the cards. Thanks for showing us how. My favorite movie is BEN HUR.

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  27. Beautiful papers and that stamp set is gorgeous! I love watching you create. That casserole looks super yummy too!
    My favorite holiday movie would be The Family Man with Nicholas Cage...LOVE that movie!!

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  28. Fave classic, hands down, It's a Wonderful Life.

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  29. Christmas movie? I like "It's a Wonderful Life."
    And, I love your cards! Thank you so much!
    Judy B

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  30. White Christmas! Love the card you made ..........it's so pretty! Thanks for sharing your recipe! Looks absolutely scrumptious

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  31. Love the card! Sure wish I had the CCR file for it! My favorite old movie is Bringing Up Baby with Katherine Hepburn. Hysterical!!

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  32. I sitll love Wizard of Oz. I am amazed at what they were able to do with special effects back in 1939 when this film was made!

    I like this card, but do you ever worry about the front of your cards being "top heavy" when you use a lot of layers? I always try to balance out the weights of the my fronts and backs as much as I can, but maybe I'm just over-thinking or over-working them.

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  33. My two all time favorite movies are Gone With The Wind and Wizard of Oz. Your recipe sounds so delicious. I'm anxious to try it. Thank you for the video. I'm a visual learner and always appreciate your videos.

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  34. I love this card! I have been using quilter's batting spray since I first saw your videos using spray adhesive! Brilliant!!!
    Our family favorite movie is A Christmas Story, followed by How the Grinch Stole Christmas (for the grandkids) and my hubs loves It's a Wonderful Life....so many to choose from...lol! I love them all! Thanks for sharing!

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  35. Well, my favorites do seem to shift from time to time but at least for today I would have to say 1949's D.O.A. Starring Edmund O'Brien. Right from the beginning with the long opening shot to this classic exchange between O'Brien and the Police:

    O'Brien: I want to report a murder.
    Police: Who was murdered?
    O'Brien: I was.

    Thanks Happy Happy Joy Joy!!! (See you at the Album Retreat?)

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  36. Another beautiful card.

    Kristi Curtis

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  37. Thank you for sharing your casserole recipe. Yes, it really sounds yummy.
    My favorite classic Hollywood movie would have to be Sound of Music. That's about the only movie I can watch over and over.
    Elaine S.

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  38. Fantastic card. I love Christmas movies. A Christmas story and a Miracle on 34th St.

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  39. Great card! Love a lot of movies...hard to pick just one..I lkie the Christmas movies too..

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  40. Great card! Love a lot of movies...hard to pick just one..I lkie the Christmas movies too..

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  41. Love your cards!! I'm a big fan of any old film starring Cary Grant.

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  42. JOY!!!!! I hurried and jotted this recipe down, it looks and sounds soooo delicious, it's right up my families alley!! Can't wait to throw it all together! I put it on the front of my fridge!!
    I too love all the Christmas shows!

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  43. Beautiful, card, Joy! Will have to try the recipe too! One of my favorite classic films is To Kill a Mockingbird! Greg Peck is so handsome!

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  44. My favs would be, Miracle on 34th St.- A Christmas Story- and ALL of the Christmas Cartoons(classics of course)!! Puts me in a peaceful mood!!

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  45. Cute card - recipe looks great also - favorites Gone With The Wind, A Christmas Story, Wizard of Oz
    Mel's Mom

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  46. Only one comes to mind-Gone With the Wind.

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  47. I love Scrooged- so funny. Beautiful card!

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  48. Great card Joy and thanks for the yummy recipe. I can see whipping up some these cards in no time and my grandkids wanting this casserole every time they come to visit. As far as favorite Chirstmas movies go, I love all of the Christmas classics and watch them every year, but I love watching Polar Express with my grandchildren the most.

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  49. favorite movie classic: White Christmas with It's a wonderful life a close second.
    Beautiful card. Love it.

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  50. Beautiful card, thanks for sharing. We like Hitchcock movies and for Halloween this year it will be Arsenic and Old Lace.

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  51. My fav classic has to be Miracle on 34th...but Chevy chase in a Christmas vacation is my all time fav comedy!! Thank for the card... This may be the one I mass produce!!

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  52. Beautiful card! I have love Mary Poppins, Grease, and The Christmas Story!

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  53. Your card is so cute. I love White Christmas. Our local theatre is producing this play for the Christmas season this year and I can't wait!!

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  54. Sound of Music and South Pacific are ties.
    Your card is wonderful, and so is the video. Thanks!!!!!

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  55. I like the funny, classical, musical western comedy "Paint Your Wagon". But I like any musical films. Your Joy card and video are great! Thanks!

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  56. Lovely card. Classic movie favorites include Shane and The Day the Earth Stood Still (the original with Michael Rennie.) Jill P., Manteca, CA

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  57. Elegant Christmas card!! Not sure what the exact name of the movie is...but I'm thinking...National Lampoon's Family Christmas Vacation...what a hoot!!

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  58. Favorite classic movie-Gone with the Wind. Love the card.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  59. My favorite classic movies are the scary ones...Psycho, The Birds! Anything that gave me shivers as a child1

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  60. My favorite Classic movie is "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner"!! kweenbee_612@yahoo.com

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  61. I'm not much for classic movies but I always LOVE The Wizard of Oz!! I also LOVE your beautiful Christmas card with all the green and red!

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  62. I love 10th Kingdom - mmm, that may really be a t.v. mini-series.
    so a few of my favorites are = Shawshank Redemption, the Lord of the Rings, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Airplane!, and the Men in Black movies.
    THanks for the recipe - yum
    Love your card. and the Merry Christmas stamp is lovely!

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  63. Lovely Christmas card!
    One of my favorites is the original Steel Magnolias.

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  64. beautiful card! the wizard of oz is my favorite.

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  65. Favorite Movie-classic Christmas In Conniticut, Gone with the Wind, It's a Wonderful Life, and of course Citizen Kane. There are so many to list, so I will stop now. I adore the black and white movies. For fun Ester Williams movies espcially in the middle of winter.

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  66. Favorite holiday movies are White Christmas and National Lampoons Christmas Vacation (is that really a classic) oh well. I actually watch all of them, it's my favorite time of the year!

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  67. Does National Lampoons Christmas Vacation count as a Holiday classic??? It's my favorite!

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  68. Some like it Hot and Gone with the Wind. Although I love all the Hitchcock movies.
    Love your card!

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  69. It's a Wonderful Life is my all time favorite movie. Loved this card so much!

    Leslie
    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  70. I love _That Touch of Mink_ and _Goodbye Mr. Chips_ (1969 version)

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  71. Gorgeous card!! Thanks for sharing.

    Love so many classic movies like -- It's a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, Wizard of Oz, West Side Story, Mary Poppins, Gone with the Wind, All About Eve, Psycho, Laura, Mildred Pierce, The Manchurian Candidate, and The Godfather 1 & 2. So many movies, so little time. :)

    coupondenise at live dot com

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  72. Linda M
    This is a awesome site. I love your work. I would love you win this cartridge also

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  73. Love your ideas - they are easy yet classy looking. Hope to win the giveaway this time!

    Carole T.

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  74. Hollywood classic favorites include Gone With the Wind, Sound of Music, and It's A Wonderful Life!

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  75. Christmas, Jai's coming home from CA will be home for a week . Hoping for a white Christmas!

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  76. I just LOVE your Christmas cards. They are so beautiful and Christmas is my favorite time of the year.

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  77. Always like your cards. I get great hints, and I would love to win the new holiday cartridge. What fun!!

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