At Fantabulous Cricut this week, the challenge was "Let's Get Buggy!" (Use a bug on your project). I decided to make a Get Well Card. Here it is:
and the inside:
Finished Card: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Cardstock: White, Dark Blue, Black, Green Patterned Paper and Blue Striped Patterned Paper.
Cricut Cartridge Cricut Everyday Cricut page 22, (Phrase Base and Shift) and page 23, (Base Shift and Layer 1 Base)
Cricut Cartridge George and Basic Shapes "?" page 89, (Base Shift and Shadow Shift
Cricut Design Studio
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder Swiss Dots
Queen and Co Pearls, 2 Small Nightfall and 1 Small and 2 Medium Grass Green
Inkadinkado Happy Everything Stamp Set (feel better soon)
Black Pigment Ink
A few months ago, I won a 3 month membership to the Cricut Circle and as one of the perks, I received the Cricut Cartridge Cricut Everyday. (I'll be honest, I am completely lost how to use Cricut Circle. My membership is almost up, but if anyone could give me a hint, I would appreciate it...I feel so stupid!) Anyway, all of the cuts on the cartridge are somehow related to crafting. I wasn't sure how I was going to use this cartridge when I received it; however, when this challenge came about, I thought of the Cricuit "Bug" and a play on words. (I thought it was cute/funny anyway...lol).
Wanted to share this picture of my son and my granddaughter (his daughter) in the pool this past week. She is such a ray of sunshine in our lives.
Hope that you have a wonderful week.
imagine what you could do...
P.S. This month is a year since I started my blog. I can't believe it's been that long already! Also my birthday is coming up at the end of the month, so keep checking back as I am planning on a give-away.
And as always, leave me a comment, I love hearing from you! Thanks!!