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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Click it With Cricut



Like we've been saying all along ... Imaginisce and the Cricut were just made for each other.
They go together like
Green Eggs & Ham!
They really do.

Since today happens to be
St. Patrick's Day
Courtney and I (Cari) are going to share with you some cards that we've made focusing on that theme. We also tried using as many green Imaginisce papers as possible. We hope you enjoy looking at our creations.





Happy St. Paddy's Day
using OCTOBER 31st cartridge
By Courtney Lee

I (Courtney) wanted to throw some surprising things into the mix with these cards and this is one of them. I used the Halloween seasonal October 31st cartridge for this card. It's not just for Halloween! :) I simply cut off the stick that was coming out of the cauldron to make a pot at the end of the rainbow!

Instructions:
  • Fold one A2 sized card (5.5"x4.5" when folded).
  • Cut the sparkle blue layer at 5 3/8"x 4 1/8".
  • Cut the Enchanted paper at 5 1/4" x 4".
  • Cut a piece of ribbon and adhere behind layers.
  • Cut the cauldron at 4.5" because you are cutting off the stick that is coming out of the top.
  • Doddle around edges with pen
  • Use the cauldron to choose the place of your rainbow and adhere Berrylicious canvas rainbow sticker to the card.
  • Use pop dots to adhere cauldron to the card and fill with Glam Rocks in Metallic Pearl.
  • Use your i-rock to adhere.
  • Add blue jewels to the corners and add your sentiment!
Supplies:
Cartridge used: October 31st
Imaginisce: i-rock
Solid cardstock from Paper Trey Ink and glitter blue layer from DCWV™
Sentiment from K& Co.
Ribbon from Paper Trey Ink: Pure Poppy in Saddle-stitch™
White gel pen




Believe
using DESIGNER'S CALENDAR and CAKE BASICS
by Courtney Lee

On this next one, I was trying to show you how versatile the lines are. All the brown paper is from the Cottage Christmas collection and the shamrock is made from the Animal Crackers line. Don't forget about using the paper collections to their full potential! Also, remember you can use all of the Cricut Cake cartridges in your Expression machine like I did here.

Instructions:
  • Fold one A2 sized card (5.5"x4.5" when folded).
  • Cut the brown layer at 5 3/8"x 4 1/8".
  • Cut the Berrylicious paper at 5 1/4" x 4".
  • Cut a piece of ribbon and adhere behind layers.
  • Tie a bow and adhere using Glue Arts Extreme Adhesive Squares.
  • Cut brown circle at 3" (mine was actually cut at 2.83" because I did it on my Gypsy)
  • Cut yellow polka dotted circle at 2.75"
  • Cut white layer at 2.75"
  • Cut clover at 2.75"
  • Run clover through your Cuttlebug™ using the Swiss Dots Emboss Folder™
  • Adhere together using foam dots to separate the yellow layer and the white layer to give it dimension.
  • Add your rhinestones using your i-rock!
Supplies:
Cartridge used: Designer's Calendar™and Cake Basics
Cuttlebug folder: Swiss Dots
Imaginisce: i-rock
White cardstock from Paper Trey Ink™
Ribbon from my stash
Ink: Momento in Rich Cocoa



Make a Wish!
using DESIGNER'S CALENDAR
by Courtney Lee

Lastly, I didn't want to have a post without another shaped card. You do need a Gypsy so create this exact look, but using an eyelet setter and punching eyelets in the top to connect the front and back half will work just as well and will give you two cute bows at the top after you connect them with ribbon or twine!

Instructions:
  • On your Gypsy, weld two 4.25" shadows of the shamrocks at the top. Make sure they are aligned.
  • Cut base card out of white cardstock.
  • Cut another 4.25" shadow shamrock out of white cardstock and adhere to front.
  • Cut regular 4.25" shamrock out of the Berrylicious Collection: "Just Peachy"™ paper.
  • Remember that the real dial size is off so that even though they are both cut at "4.25" they layer properly.
  • Place the i-rock Swirls Stencil over the project and rotate it until you like where the swirls are.
  • Use your i-rock to set the clear gems.
  • Add tiny black gems from the compact in pink, black, and clear to places that you would like to highlight.
  • Heat emboss your sentiment.
  • Tie twine around the stem of the shamrock and add your "lucky" charm!
Supplies:
Cartridge Used: Designer's Calendar on my Gypsy
Imaginisce: i-rock
Imaginisce: Compact in Crystal
Imaginisce: i-rock Swirls Stencil
Cardstock from Paper Trey Ink™
Gold Embossing Powder: Paper Trey Ink™
Twine
Charm from K & Co.
Ink: Versamark



St. Patrick's Day
by Cari Locken



Cricut Paper Doll Dress Up Cartridge and instruction:
  • Cut cream cardstock base 6" x 8". Fold in half.
  • Cut patterned paper (blue/cloud) Happy Ever After (Enchanted) to 3 3/4" x 5 3/4".
  • Adhere to black cardstock mat 3 7/8" x 5 7/8". Adhere to front of card.
  • Cut 4 1/2" from peach cardstock.
  • Cut < lprchn > 4 1/2" Headwear using orange cardstock.
  • Cut < lprchn > 4 1/2" Headwear Accessory 2 using orange cardstock
  • Cut < lprchn > 4 1/2" (pants) from green patterned paper.
  • Cut < lprchn-s > 4 1/2" (top) from green patterned paper.
  • Cut < 1Prchn-s > 4 1/2" (jacket) from green patterned paper.
  • Cut < lprchn > 4 1/2" Accessories 2 from yellow cardstock. (shirt)
  • Cut < lprchn-s > 4 1/2" Headwear using black cardstock. (hat)
  • Cut < lprchn-s > 4 1/2" Headwear using yellow cardstock. (hat)
  • Cut < lprchn-s > 4 1/2" Headwear using green patterned paper (hat)
  • Cut < lprchn > 4 1/2" Accessories 1 from black cardstock (shoes) - save the small pieces (for hat)< lprchn >
  • Assemble leprechaun on left side of card. Place a small scrap of black cardstock behind face (for eyes). Use a black marker to draw in mouth and nose.
  • Embellish with glam rocks (gold and green).
  • Stamp sentiment on right side of patterned paper.
Supplies used:
Imaginisce Enchanted (Happy Ever After), Live Loud (Ear Candy)
Imaginisce i-rock tool
Imaginisce Glam Rocks (Mellatic Pearl & Fushion)
Core'dinations Cardstock
Melissa Frances stamp (sentiment)
Ink (Colorbox)
Black marker (American Crafts)
tape runner & liquid glue

Irish at Heart
By Cari Locken


Cricut Spring Holiday Cards Cartridge and Instructions:
  • Cut green cardstock base 8" x 5". Fold in half so card measures 4" x 5 with folded edge on left.
  • Cut < stprck10 > 4 1/2" from black cardstock. Sand edges lightly.
  • Cut < bckgnd10 > 5" from patterned paper.
  • Adhere a small piece of yellow cardstock behind words on black cardstock. Then adhere to green patterned paper and into corner slots.
  • Adhere to card base.
  • Embellish with glam rocks and twine.
Supplies used:
Imaginisce i-rock tool
Divine Twine (green)
Core'dinations cardstock
tape runner
black pen (American Crafts)
You're Me Lucky Charm
by Cari Locken

Cricut Spring Holiday Cards Cartridge and instructions:
  • Cut < stptrck2 > 5" from patterned paper.
  • Cut < bckgrnd5 > 5" from yellow cardstock.
  • Cut < stptrck2 > 5" again from dark green cardstock. Then cut out the horsehoe.
  • Adhere a small piece of dark orange cardstock behind the sentiment on the patterned paper. Adhere to yellow piece and insert into corner slots.
  • Adhere dark green cardstock horseshoe overtop of the patterned paper image.
  • Cut Black Magic cardstock base 4 1/2" x 5 1/2". Use embossing folder on cardstock and then sand embossed design.
  • Adhere yellow piece to front of card.
  • Embellish with Hot Rocks and Metallic Pearls (in silver)
Supplies used:
Imaginisce Lucy Bird (Pretty Maids in a Row)
Imaginisce i-rock tool
Imaginisce Hot Rocks and Metallic Pearls
Core'dinations cardstock
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Celtic Blessing Card
by Cari Locken
Cricut Florals Embellished Cartridge and instructions:
  • Cut dark green card base 12" x 4". Fold in half.
  • Cut 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" piece from and mat onto a 5 3/4" x 3 3/4" piece of white cardstock. Then lay 6 1/2" of ribbon across middle adhering ends of ribbon behind cardstock. Make some bows with ribbon and adhere at either end of ribbon strip and then adhere entire piece onto front of green card.
  • Cut < filagre4 > 3" from blue cardstock
  • Cut < flgre4-x > 3" from patterned paper
  • Cut < filagre4 > 3" Layer 1 from yellow cardstock
  • Cut < flgre4-s > Layer 1 3" from green patterned paper
  • Cut < filagre4 > Layer 2 3" from dark orange cardstock.
  • Adhere all layers in place and adhere to center of card.
  • Type sentiment onto a strip of white cardstock. Ink edges lightly and cut to a point at each end. Use pop dots to adhere overtop of design.
  • Embellish with glam rocks.
Supplies used:
Imaginisce Dino-Roar ribbon
Imaginisce i-rock tool
Imaginisce Metallic Pearls (in copper)
Core'dinations Cardstock
pop dots
ink (green - Colorbox)
Luck of the Irish!
We hope that you enjoyed the cards and we thank you for your comments because they brighten up our day! And to brighten up your day we'd like to have a little giveaway!
Would you like to win a Cricut cartridge?
Well today we are giving away to one lucky follower the
Give a Hoot Cartridge
All you have to do is tell us what you'd like to see us do with our Imaginisce products and the Cricut. The spread the word about todays post via your blog, twitter, facebook, email, etc shout it from the mountain tops! Winner will be announced on Friday.

98 comments:

Live.Teach.Create said...

These creations are gorgeous! I would love to see more incorporation of your bolder patterns using the Cricut. I always seem to be stumped when it comes to those patterns.

scrappygal said...

Beautiful creations! I know that it is a stretch,but April is Autism Awareness Month. I have a son with Autism and I would love to see you help promote the cause. On April 1st and 2nd there will be a big event to "Light it up Blue" to promote Autism awareness. Perhaps you can have your team...light it up blue too! Here is a link! Light It Up Blue
www.youtube.com

scrappygal said...

oops..here is the link http://www.lightitupblue.org/

Betty said...

Great job Ladies the cards are awesome :)

I'd like to see some things that incorporate boy themed lines. I have no trouble finding girly stuff but have only guys to scrap for. Even with the cute boy themed cartridges and great paper - I need more inspiration :)

McVic said...

I second Light it up blue!!! Fab idea!!
kacee
mcvicwif@Yahoo.com

Becky said...

Oh my maybe I'm the only late owl up tonight but I can't believe I'm the first one to comment here on your post. I love, love, love Imaginisce :) I would love to see some altered art projects for home decor made with your paper/products and a cricut. Thanks for sharing your cards today. Now I'm off to share the link on Facebook.

Kathy said...

Love all the cards and how versitile Imaginisce papers are! I'd love to some more projects using the papers like this. For example, Berrylicious papers don't have to only used for fruit themes, and Enchanted doesn't always have to used for little girls. Keep up the great work! I love all your products!

Creative Diva said...

Wow! I just love the amazing projects both have made! I would like to see some man cards. I will share about your blog on my FB "Like" page: Creative Diva!Im a new follower!

HUgs,
Patty
creativediva98.blogspot.com
creativediva98@gmail.com

Sharmaine said...

I love how all these cards came out!!! So Creative with your paper and the Cricut!!!
What I would like to see you create with both hummmmm.......anything... I just love seeing what you guys come up with!!
BEAUTIFUL
Aloha,
Shar

Oh and by the way love your ending poem!!! :)

Creative Cutter Room said...

such super cute cards-I am really inspired. Thanks for sharing. Have a happy St. Patty's day. Cathie
www.creativecutter.org
Rcathierigby@aol.com

Michelle said...

Love the cards! Continue to do just what ur doing! Love the work! Gonna share with all my FB friends!!

Danielle said...

Fabulous cards!!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

sleeplesswonder said...

Love all the projects, so much inspration there, TFS. I love everything you guys do so I don't know what to suggest, I just love getting so much inspration from you all. Thanks for the chance to win.
Hugs,
Melissa D
mkds312@hotmail.com
www.sleeplesswonder.blogspot.com

craftymom205 said...

Great projects. I would like to see some layouts and some home decor projects.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Short Scrapper said...

How cute! Love all the bling and the designs. Would also love to win this cartridge. :)

Colleen said...

Love the cards, they are just too cute.
Not sure what to say for the ideas with the cricut. I do however, love all of the inspiration that you have provided us for with the cricut and your products. It is almost like they were made for each other.

Josie0602 said...

Wow! What a great collection of St. Paddy's Day projects!! How did you do the shape for the sentiment on the first card with the cauldron? I love cardmaking and I am always looking for things like that. I always like to see more ideas for masculine cards and home decor projects!

Tracy
http://scrappininthewoods.blogspot.com/
jtg0398 at sbcglobal dot net

Kari said...

The cards are great, especially the pot o' gold. I would like to see altered items ideas, especially teacher items that they would use.

Debbie Garcia said...

Ah. Those are so great. I love how they used a halloween fun anf great thinking.

Well I woukd just to see just a tad of boy masculine projects.

I have four grandsons.

-ou have a wonderful dt I will post bout on ny blog when I get them off to school Yes I am a sahg

I Love my boys

Drayia said...

Love all the cards but LOVE the shaped one the best LOL. the Gyspy is on my wishlist this year and hope to get it in the fall. Would love a chance to win a new Cart thanks for the chance.

Jean said...

Such a wonderful collection of projects!! This team is so creative! Excellent instructions too! Any direction on how to get the most out of the carts would be appreciated.

Betsy said...

I love the pot of gold card! I'd love to see more on mixing and matching the bolder patterns. As well as card/page ideas for guys.

Helen said...

Great cards!! What a super idea for the October 31st cartridge too.

I guess I'd just love to see more cards, since I make a lot of those right now. :)

Manhattan Mandie said...

Love your cards! I'd love to see some two page layouts!!!!

Liza Henderson said...

These are fantastic cards!!! I would love it if Imaginisce designed a new Cricut Cartridge!!!!!!

Love all the new papers..bring on more!

www.hooscrafty.blogspot.com

Angela said...

I think the card ideas you have are fabulous! I am very impressed! I would like to see more of those ideas! Love them!

Kelly Massman said...

St. Patty's day is my favorite--I love green. And, I've been wanting this cartridge for a long time. Please be my lucky day!
I'd like to see scrapbook layouts with the cricut and your wonderful papers!
Thanks for a chance to win!!!!!

Lindy said...

Absolutely fabulous cards!!!!Anything you guys come up with is great. Also full of inspiration!

joni said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day!!! Love the cards ladies!!! Fantastic! I too, think that Imaginisce and Cricut just go hand in hand! I would love to see more 2 page layouts with both dry and heat embossing...you all do such a great job at inspiring us all...Thank you!!!
hugs,
joni

CraftyNCrazy said...

Those cards are so great. I would love to see anything. I need more inspiration and ideas for using cartridges.

~*~Amber~*~
www.amberscraftsandstuff.com

EVIL twin said...

Those cards are great. What I'd like to see is using bold graphics in large sizes - framed as wall art! I'm always looking to change my home decor and the Cricut seems like it would be great for that.

Melissa said...

Wow, your creations are amazing, fabulous job! Tfs and the chance to win!

Tamara said...

I love today's cards! So cute! I would love to see...well anything!!! LOL Everything is so cute that you guys do! Thanks for the chance to win this cartridge...I've been wanting to get this one!

Thebug415 said...

Fabulous cards! I would like to see pretty much anything with the Cricut/Imaginisce Combo, but spring coming, I think it would be fun to see some garden type stuff...Especially with the new Berrylicious line!

Melissa said...

Love all the beautiful projects!!! I am so ready for spring and summer so I would love to see projects with flowers and trees and blue skies!

Melissa
www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

Melinda AKA medialady said...

I love these creations and would love to see more for Mother's Day

PamS said...

Love the cards...they are adorable. I am interested in anything that will give me inspiration.

Melissa D. said...

I love to see creative uses for the Cricut carts in ways that they were not intended for (like the cauldron turned pot o' gold).

ShoppingTamii said...

anything....I am afraid of my Cricut LOL, so anything you show me will help me get over that fear ;)

{VICKI} said...

Top o the morning to ya!

More boy projects is what I'm always on the lookout for

Annette A. said...

I would like to see Imaginisce create a new cartridge. That would awesome...thanks

Happy St. Patricks Day

Wanda said...

I would like to see some boxes and bags made with the the Cricut and Imaginisce papers.. What a great combo that would be.. Love, Love your cards.. They are over the top great!
Huggles!

Eric and Elizabeth said...

I want to see some wedding card ideas with the cricut and imaginisce papers. June is coming along with bridal showers and weddings. I love this blog. I get lots of great ideas that I use for card group each month.

Wendy Sue said...

Wow, these are such fun cards! :o) I always love seeing certain themes used for unintended purposes (just like your witches couldron being used for a pot of gold). And shaped cards are another favorite of mine. Thanks for the inspiration and a chance to win! :o)

Samantha said...

Love all the green today! Fathers Day projects would be a great one for you to showcase.
Good luck to one and all
Off to post on fb

dlwidder said...

I'd like to see some fun shaped cards and invitations! :-D

Brett said...

I love the cards you have done. I would like to see home decor items too! (I love the wreath's I've seen on here!)

Dawn said...

I really enjoy the projects that you have showcased. I'd like to see a break away from just cards and scrapbook pages. How about using the tools to decorate masks (for use at Mardi Gras, Halloween or as decor). Cricut cut shapes could be decoupaged onto masks or added as a frame around it and everything could be funkied up with Imaginisce tools.

Jenny Lilac said...

I know exactly what I'd use those green shades for - we just entered the 100th year of Girl Scouting and I would scrap my troop with them!

Jamie said...

beautiful cards. I like seeing most things crafty so anything is good. I am always interested in learning new techniques. :) thanks for sharing and the chance to win.
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

DebC said...

St Pattys day is special because it is my fathers birthday. I loved all the projects and it makes me think of my father who is 1000 miles away from me! Love imaginisce teaming up with cricut!!

Dana said...

I'm not picky but I would really like to see some layouts. I started out as a scrapbooker and seem to be doing more and more cards and really want to get back to my roots :)

dmcarlisle09atgmaildotcom

4kids4 said...

Wonderful projects for St. Patty's day...love the use of the cauldron for the pot of gold! :-) I'd love to see more scrapbook pages...I could ALWAYS use ideas for these!

~Sharon C.
sconn0925 at yahoo dot com

Heather (goldiecar) said...

I never think about welding shapes to make cards! I am SO underusing my Gypsy :)

Nice work!!!

Aimee (aka carolinagirl) said...

AWESOME CARDS LADIES!!!! I totally fell in love with the Leprechaun card using the Paperdolls cart.!!!! As soon as I finish here, I am going to pull the Cricut out and make one for my kiddos!!

Jennifer DeWolfe said...

Great job everyone on all the awesome projects! How about seeing more layouts? I cn never get tired of layouts!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Tona said...

Love all the cards! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Linda Peterson said...

Love see you use one cartridge--and lots of ideas from it.

Janette said...

I would love to see some home decor projects.

alwayscharlie said...

I loved all the projects today. I too would like more boyish layouts but must admit I love seeing everything!

smilesmoore2 atverizon dotnet

Michelle McClure said...

I always forget to use my Cricut for a single card or layout because it seems like too much trouble. I only use it on mass production items like Christmas cards. I'd love to see some simple and easy ways to incorporate the Cricut into everyday scrappy projects.

fong33 said...

Love the ideas for cards using the different cartridges. Would love to see more inspiration for boy themed cards. I tend to always make cards that are more girly.

Manders said...

I think for the click it with cricut I just love the way that flows.
To do fun gifts home I do a lot of baking and cookes that's what I usually give for gifts so it would be nice to see little things like this
Thanks for taking time for your fans and asking
It makes me a bigger fan..

Kathleen said...

I would like to see some projects with boy themes! Also more altered projects!

scrap mama said...

Your products are very insipiring to me. I am just learning so anything you post is a big helper!

Iris said...

I would love to see more Birthday and Get Well Cards. Iris

Julie said...

Hmmm...it's hard to think of something new that I would love to see using Cricut and Imaginsce, but I guess what I really have a hard time making are Thinking of you cards or Sympathy cards....

Thanks for all of today's inspiration!

Just Julie

Lydia said...

Absolutely beautiful projects ladies!! WAY TO GO!!

Cynthia B. said...

Fun St. Patrick's Day cards! I especially like the use of the I-rock on the pot of gold card. :)
As to what I'd like to see with Imaginisce + Cricut, I'm always on the lookout for kids crafts for my daughter's girl scout troop. These 9yo's love crafting, so it's been a challenge to think of items they can create during meeting times (~1 hour in our school cafeteria). Any help or inspiration you can give would be awesome!

Cammie said...

I wouls like to see stuff that usable in the work place. I would love to incorporate my cricut and your product in my job as a Customer service rep
Cammie

Cottagerca said...

Imaginisce Team, I really appreciate the detail describing how you alter the obvious and show us how we can re-purpose something. Teenage masculine, manly layouts would be appreciated. Masculine themed sympathy and thinking of you cards would be appreciate.
I am blogging and facebooking this post.
http://cottagerca.blogspot.com/
Ava g

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

I just love all of your projects shown today. love the details you include bc if i want to duplicate then I can not many do that. I would love more layouts--especially for little boys. thanks for sharing! what projects I could do with my 2 yrs daughter bc she want to scrap with me as well.

michelesscrapycreations35 at yahoo dot com

Brittney said...

Would LOVE to see some layouts with some dimension!

TeacherMom said...

LOVE the projects!!! Thanks also for the awesome and detailed instructions so we can easily scraplift them. LOVE that!!!!! I always look forward to seeing you bling up anything cricut but would like to see more scrapbook layouts. Thanks for the great inspiration.
gaudet5 at rogers dot com

CraftCrave said...

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Heather said...

So many cute cards!! I would love to see some 2 page LO's!
ra6352 (at) gmail (Dot) com

Cindylu2u said...

Fabulous job ladies, love them all!!! Courtney really liked how you manipulated the cauldron to work for a pot of gold, excellent!!
Cindy
miller896042 at bellsouth dot net

Stephanie said...

Cute stuff today! I just love them all! I was thinking what about some invitations of some sort. I have many invitations to make for a wedding shower, bachelorette party, and first communion and ZERO ideas! Thank you for all you do!
stephanie.cox03@gmail.com

Wende said...

Really cute cardas today. I would love to see some fab home decor projects.
passionatelypaper@gmaildotcom

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

I'd like to see more "popups" for cards.

AJoy said...

My favorite card is the one with the "cauldron"/pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

I would love to see some more layouts! Maybe something for spring that is 3D.

April
nginerd at gmail dot com
http://ajoy2scrap.blogspot.com

My Hideaway said...

I love all of the cards... they are so fun and cute. This might be a stretch but I think it would be really fun if y'all and ProvoCraft teamed up and made an Imagine patterned cartridge. There could also be some images, kind of like a line of paper just for the cartridge....
Just a thought =-)
Thanks for all of the inspiration!
Olivia

Maureen Reiss said...

I would like to see more LOs. I love your papers, but sometimes have a hard time matching up papers for LOs. Love all the cards you 2 made! Thanks for the chance to win
reissfam10 at aol dot com

Larissa Heskett said...

I would like to see more gift ideas and home decor projects!! So cute LOVED all of the cards for today, as usual THANKS for sharing!! Have a FABULOUS DAY!! =)

goincrazy said...

Love your creations! Im still very new to Cricut so I enjoy seeing anything you make!
Ginger

ginrob @mail.com

Chris Wooten said...

I would love to see you use more of the Irocks with cricut projects.

Chris
mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

cupcakesforchloe said...

I love these cards! I love anything Irish related, because I am! :) ...But I would love to see more of the busy, bright papers and how you would layer them with others!

st_mccall said...

Being married to an Irish man I appreciate your projects! This day is a big celebration in our house! Would love to have a cartridge to go with the machine I received for Christmas! Thanks for the inspiration and the fun chance to win a great prize.

Crafting with Faith said...

Your card are so cute and I love how you used your papers and cartridges "outside the theme". I would love to see more layouts (especially with room for lots of pictures). I love your blogs and am always inspired by them.

Got2BCrafting said...

Wow.. I am blown away once again by the amazing cards you ladies did... incredible! I would love to see some home decor or gift ideas using the Cricut and Imaginisce products. :)
Lori
http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/

Lucy said...

You guys create such awesome cards! You get my juices flowing and I thank you for that :) Love to see altered art projects using Imaginsce and Cricut. Thanks, Lucy

LadybugCarrie said...

Love your cards! They are all so great! Keep doing what you are doing - you are an inspiration to all of us! :-)

scrappin_in_AK said...

great projects ladies. I would love to se more shaped cards

Denise-Scrapmouse said...

Great fun cards! I'd like to also see layouts using the Imaginisce products. Thanks for sharing.

coupondenise at live dot com

littlen said...

More cards please!

Suzy said...

AWESOME cards girls! Love seeing Cricut and Imaginisce team up. Thanks for the chance to win :)
-Suzy suzyq28024@gmail.com

Emily said...

These are beautiful designs. I just got a Cricut three days ago and would love to see anything you do! I need ideas, I have no idea what to do with my machine!

Emily at naptimeismytime dot com

Pammejo said...

Beautiful cards, Would love to see how to use them in more home decor. TFS

pammejo1@yahoo.com
http://pammejo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/

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