Tuesday, February 3, 2015

[Video] Hugs File Folder Artbooking Cricut Card

File Folder cards can easily be made with the Artbooking Cricut Cartridge. In fact, there are quite a few file folder types on the cartridge which makes it a snap to create these types of cards.

I love the graphic quality to the Artbooking cartridge! And the clean and simple lines. I also love how you can make cards and layouts, as well as mini-albums with this cartridge!

Here's a side view. I pop dotted the heart border. 

The card is approximately 4-1/4" x 5-1/2".



Here are the Cricut cuts I used:

Wondering how to size items with the Cricut Explore and Design Space? I have a video HERE that will show you how.

Here are the products I used to make the card:

I ended up making this card twice and I like version "A" best. Which do you like? Let me know in the comments!

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




February's Stamp of the Month and Album Promo are below:
When you spend $50+, you can also pick up the February stamp of the month, shown above, for just $5!
And February's promo is a great one: 

Buy one album, get the second album 50% off. 

We now have both post bound and D ring style albums. You can see all the albums HERE. You will need to order page protectors separately so that you can get the styles you want and you can see those HERE.

You can order on my shopping site HERE.

New Giveaway:
Cricut Printable Vinyl
How can you win?
1) Leave a comment below - Which card do you like better?
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Winner will be announced on February 15, 2015 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited
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46 comments:

  1. I like card A; the one w/ Kraft base.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. I like card A the pinky one.....well you said had to make a choice......girl you really did make me think & think so winky...wink....a choice I did make...with JOY in my heart. Loved your video that card is so stinkin' cute!! OMG!!
    Girl you are so rockin' your craftin' super creative and clever skills. YAY I just can't ever get enough JOY in my life.....GIRL YOU so ROCK!!

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  3. I love them both! But I think I prefer the first one, with the red heart

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  4. I think they both look great! I agree with you and like the first one! Thanks for sharing both and letting us see such variety.

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  5. Love the card and it looks like such a quick card to put together...perfect!!! I also like the first one as I believe the solid color paper makes the heart and phrases pop more. But, thanks for doing both so that we don't have to waste time choosing our paper selections.

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  6. I like B but they are both pretty. I have followed you for sometime and I do get your e-mails.....

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  7. Hi Joy,
    I think I like card B the best. they both look nice though. Thanks for sharing.

    Luria

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  8. Very cute card! I like both versions, but since I had already fallen in love with card A before I saw card B, I'll stay loyal and pick A. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. I like both cards but would have to pick the pink one also. Thanks for bringing the file folder card to my attention as I had forgotten they were there.

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  10. love A. LOVE WHAT YOU DID WITH FILE FOLDER

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  11. I like the A card better! Wow the things you can do with the Artbooking cartridge. I am going to have to give this one a try!

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  12. I like card A best. B is pretty but a little busy for me. Thanks for the chance to win. Will have to pull out my Artbooking cartridge and stamps.

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  13. I like A love the colors esp the kraft kardstock, the colors just "speak to me" more than B

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  14. I like A better- a more clean and simple, which is my favorite, but I think b is pretty too!

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  15. I like A better. Love the traditional colors. Thanks for your videos. I am learning so much from you about the Explore files and you always make me laugh!

    Leslie

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  16. Excellent post. I’m actually surprised the use of blogs and wikis isn’t higher.

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  17. Love your sense of fun in your videos. I liked the kraft card with red/pink/white layers. So pretty!

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  18. Love your videos. I like card A the best.

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  19. I like version A--the second one is a little busy.

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  20. I like them both but I guess I like B better! Jenobie

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  21. I like them both but I guess I like B better! Jenobie

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  22. I like "A". The kraft card with red heart is really cute. Watching your videos has made me get out my cartridges more. Thank you Thank you. Keep the videos coming.

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  23. I would love to win the printable vinyl. I have doing research on what to make and how to use vinyl. I would like to try some projects. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  24. I like them both but if I was to choose one it would have to be A

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  25. I like the craft with red heart. The blue one doesn't have enough contrast.

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  26. I love both cards. I enjoy making cards for my grandkids. I love your website . Thank you for work and knowledge. It has helped me and I enjoy your stuff.
    Roxane

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  27. Both look great but I seem to like card A more

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  28. Definitely A because it pops. Oooh, a chance to win printable vinyl. Pick me, pick me. Thanks, Joy.

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  29. I would swap the bases around, blue embelishments with the brown base. Both are very pretty

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  30. I like "A" because there is more contrast between the base and the design. Jill P., Manteca, CA

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  31. I like A b/c of the contrast and the simplified feel to it.

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  33. I prefer "A" but I do like both. The blue heart card would work well for a daughter, if I had one! The design is very versatile. Thanks for sharing!

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