Thank you Jill Nolan at Stampin Up! for your inspiration and guidance! Using what I learned in “card class” yesterday, I made more Valentine’s cards using a combination of Jilli’s techniques and the exquisite cutting detail of my Cricut Maker. So fun!
Time to Jump In and Buy a Cricut Maker?
How about $150 off a Cricut Maker? Sounds pretty good to me. Unfortunately, I already have one!
If you are looking to own one, hopefully this link will work for you and you’ll get the discount! This is a great little machine to have for all those winter projects.
Halloween Cards with my Cricut Maker
Too smoky to go outside, so started creating my Halloween cards for this year. Why buy cards when you can make them?
If you’re interested, head over to Cricut.com to see their full range of machines and goodies. Enjoy!
Create Dishtowels Using Cricut
Oh my. Inspiration finally STRUCK! Quite a long time ago, actually a very long time ago, I purchased some 100% cotton blank dishtowels. Well I finally figured out what I wanted to do with them. They are going to be gifts, and hopefully useful gifts (the best kind).
Scrolling through the zillions of images on Cricut Access, I found a few that resonated and were just right for these irreverent dishtowels. Gosh how I love my Cricut Maker machine! It makes things easy and professional looking. Win-win! Cool, right?
Head over to Cricut and see what is happening. Get out there and do some of your own crafty projects!
PS My next project is going to involve fusible ink. Cricut has had this product out for awhile, and now may be the time for me to jump in. 30% off fusible ink until March 5, 2022. Just in case you are headed that direction as well.