Monday, January 13, 2014

[Video]CTMH Close to My Heart Artbooking Love You Card

I love you guys so this seemed like the perfect card to make!
I am very, very fond of the scalloped circle frame from the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge.  It makes a great focal point to the card.

Also, I love to show that the Artbooking cartridge isn't just for scrapbook layouts - you can use it for cards also.

Here are the cuts for this 5" x 5" card:



And I used the Holiday Tags stamp set for the inside sentiment:
Here are the products I used to make the card:

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

January Special Close to My Heart's National Papercrafting Month Promo - the Cloud Nine Card Kit:

How can you get the Cloud 9 Card Kit?
-Spend $35 in retail product and for just an additional $15, the kit is yours! You will be prompted at checkout to add it and it is called National Papercrafting Month Promotion.  And once you add it to your cart at checkout, you then qualify for the January stamp of the month for just $5 more.

-OR join Close to My Heart as a consultant and when you get your first $300 in sales by June 30, 2014, the kit is yours for free!

Kit is valued at $46 and is only available until January 31, 2014.

New January Stamp of the Month:
Here's a quick link to the online catalog - CLICK HERE if you want a peek. 
New Cricut Giveaway - the Holidays Through the Years Iron On Cartridge 
How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below - Do you ever use iron on vinyl?
Click HERE if you don't know how to leave a comment. Click HERE to leave a comment if you are seeing this in an email. Then scroll down and look for the comment box at the bottom.

2) Subscribe to my email club.  

3) Not required to enter but please subscribe to me on youtube and/or pinterest - that way you won't miss any projects or tutorials!


Winner will be announced on January 12, 2014 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.

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48 comments:

  1. Love your card! No I have not used iron on vinyl

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  2. I haven't used iron on vinyl yet but I bought some to try out. Thanks for sharing your card designs!

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  3. I have never used vinyl. I keep meaning to try it!

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  4. I've never used vinyl but I do love what you have done with it. I really think your card is so sweet and adorable.
    You are just so talented at making cards you just always have that special twist to keep it interesting and
    doable. I always look forward to your next creative video. You videos and blog are packed with inspiration.

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  5. I have not used vinyl but would give it a try.

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  6. Like the card. Used vinyl but not ironed it.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  7. Very pretty card--I like the layers. I have not used vinyl yet.

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  8. I don't do mini albums - I do enjoy using vinyl. I've made several gifts with vinyl, but have not used the iron on vinyl, yet. This cartridge would certainly give me the chance try the iron on. I enjoy seeing your projects!

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  9. never used iron on vinyl, but may try it someday!

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  10. I have not made any mini-albums, so I don't know whether a kit would be useful or not. I have bought some iron on vinyl but haven't used it yet. I would love to make a t-shirt for Valentine's day with it.

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  11. I've not tried the iron on vinyl yet, so that needs to be on my list. Cute card - thanks for sharing.

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  12. What a pretty card! Nope, I've not tried iron on vinyl- I'm still "preparing" myself to use regular old vinyl!
    LOL!

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  13. Iron on vinyl does sound like fun, but haven't tried it yet. Love how you tutor us with the cards..I'm a hands on person, and need to see. Thanks

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  14. I have made a couple of the mini's for Christmas memories. I found pictures of our family in the 50s and 60s for the first one, and went on to the 70s and 80s for the next one. I love making these because I see a cute completed project pretty quickly. I might use a kit if it fits the subject I'm planning. I haven't tried the iron on vinyl yet, but I think I will soon. My husband needs a special Tshirt! As always I love your ideas. Thanks for sharing, from Linda in East Texas.

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  15. Looks like an awesome cartridge - thanks for the chance to win it!

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  16. What a pretty card! TFS

    I have used iron-on vinyl once and I love it!

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  17. Yes, yes, yes, I love making mini albums. I made several for Christmas gifts last year. Hmm, I usually don't buy kits because I have so many supplies already, but I might if I really saw something I loved. Speaking of love, I would love to win this cartridge. I just made my first vinyl project, and now want to try some iron on's.

    K&JCreations

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  18. Adorable card. Love the frame cut. I need to play with my Artbooking cartridge. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  19. I have not tried iron on vinyl, but introduce me to a new product, I will try it!! I always love trying something new!! Thanks for your creative opportunities!!!

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  20. What an awesome cartridge ... thanks for the chance to win. I've not tried the iron on vinyl yet but it looks like it would be really neat.
    penny dot whitlock at yahoo dot com

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  21. I've never used iron-on vinyl, but I have done iron-on projects with other materials, so I'd be willing to give it a shot. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Roxanne D. in NC

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  22. Yes, I have. Not sure if I would try it again. Iron got messy...my fault. Didn't follow directions exactly

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  23. I have not used iron-on vinyl. I have used vinyl with my Cricut but never used the iron on kind. Your card is really pretty.

    Leslie
    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  24. Love your Valentines card ideas!!! Thanks, again!

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  25. Thanks for the great Valentine card...really pretty. No, I have not used any of the vinyl...iron on or otherwise.
    Thanks for all your neat giveaways too.
    Lothringen from MI

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  26. I have not used iron on vinyl. Really love your cards. Thank you!
    Judy B.

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  27. Beautiful card! I've never used the iron on vinyl but would love to try.

    Veronica

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  28. Love this card!! So pretty! I have not used iron-on vinyl yet. I bought some for some Disneyworld shirts I want to make my kids for our summer vacation.

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  29. Love all of your ideas! No iron on yet here but it's on it's way. Thanks for the giveaways.

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  30. I have never tried iron on vinyl. Would love to see a tutorial on its use. Thank you for all the wonderful Valentine's Day cards this week. Jill P., Manteca, CA

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  31. I've used regular vinyl for the wall, but never iron on vinyl. Been wanting to try it for a while now. Thanks for the chance to win! hugs~~Patty

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  32. I have not used iron on vinyl yet, but would love to give it a try! Thanks for the chance to win!
    mb6464@hotmail.com

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  33. I haven't used the iron on vinyl yet but I've used regular vinyl to cut out a pumpkin face and then used double stick carpet tape to attach it on my orange Thirty-One bag. It turned out super cute! Not sure if I could iron on a Thirty-One bag. I wonder if it would melt? I'll have to practice on an ugly one!

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  35. I used Iron On Vinyl for Halloween and I love it. It is so easy to use and it is so much fun. The project came out looking great and my friends ask me where I bought it. I am working on some Christmas projects for next Christmas with the Iron On Vinyl.

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  36. I've never used iron-on vinyl before. Could I use this cart with regular vinyl, or regular paper too, instead of for iron-on projects? The designs on the cart look cool!

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  37. Love your card! The words/phrases on this cart. is so elegant.Thanks for the video you make it so easy & fast! I have not tried iron on vinyl,but I have cut fabric with my cricut & iron on.Maybe if I win this ththy iron on cartridge I will have to do it! Thanks for sharing & making your video Love them,they are very helpful!
    rosebud222222222

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  38. I have used iron on vinyl. It is especially useful for personalizing my kids sports attire, but I have also used it in the more traditional manner.

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  39. I love using iron on vinyl! Have have been making onesies for several babies and also like to make tote bags. Really enjoy your videos

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  40. I've never used iron on vinyl but want to give it a try. I'm expecting two nephews this spring & would love to make them some cute onsies!

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  41. I really like the card. I have never used vinyl, something else I need to try.

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  42. thanks for the tutorial. A appreciate them.

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  43. Like the red version the best! Thanks!

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  44. I prefer the red version. I am so gaudy.

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  45. I have made all sized and shaped cards! I'm so glad you do too.

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  46. I've made a couple of T's that were a request with the iron on vinyl

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  47. Have not tried it yet. Love the cards. I like the red the best. Thanks for a chance to win.
    Mary O'Neal

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