Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Cricut Creation

Hi,I've been playing with the Cricut again,after having fun making the tag card the other evening, I thought I'd make another. I've lots of male birthdays over the next few weeks so I'm warning you now, you'll be seeing at least a couple more. They are just soooooo very easy to make and great for using up remnants. I used Plantins Schoolbook Cartridge.

I've even given you a peek at the inside this time as I realised on the last post that I hadn't shared a side view.

So this time I'm sharing two views to make up for it. There's several layers involved so I got through loads of pop dots.

Once again I used up some of the rope from the new airer plus some other small pieces of ribbon. I also did some paper piercing,Haven't done this in ages but I think it adds to the look I was after. Lots of distressed edges again done with a dark brown chalk eye. I couldn't resist a close up of the button threaded with a little of the divided rope.
The card is a perfect fit for a C6 envelope.

I'm using this card for the following challenges:-
A Spoon Full Of Sugar 140,Birthday wishes,
CCC,Cards for teens,
PTT4 Anything goes,
Craft Your Passion 46,Male card,
Karens Doodles 51,Masculine,
Simon Says Stamp,Use some stripes,
Woodware USA 15,Shaped card *,
Paper Sundaes 57,Masculine colours.
Thanks for stopping by,


Dorcas said...

What a cool idea and not a bling to be seen so perfect for masculine gifts!

Nancy said...

A very cool creation!! Love it! Thanks for joining us this week at Woodware USA!!

Kari said...

This is great!Wonderful colours!
Thank you for joining Karen`s Doodles this week and good luck!

Hugs,Kari :)

Mina said...

stunning Julie, perfect for your Nephew and if their all this brilliant cant wait to see more tag cards
Mina xxx

Alicia said...

This is spectacular Julie! My cricut is gathering dust. I need a new mat and I just cant seem to find a way to use it. I love how you have darkened the edges of the stars! That looks awesome.
Alicia xx

isu.alum said...

What a fun tag-card! Love the mesh ribbon and button addition. So cute!!! Thanks for playing in the WoodwareUSA challenge. Good luck!

Kerry, WWDT

Crystal said...

Great card, love the tag idea! I need to start using my cricut more!! Thanks for playing along with us at Paper Sundaes :)

Nikbee said...

This is fab. Such a great idea and I love the colours. Thank you for joining Creative Craft.

Nikki x

Craftyanny said...

love it!!! Cool male themed card.
Thanks for playing along with us on Karen's Doodles this week
Anne x

Cindy Haffner said...

FABULOUS, I love tags.

Cindy Haffner said...

FABULOUS, thanks for joining us at Flourishes.

Bev said...

super job with this.. great design..
thanks for playing along at Party Time Tuesdays.. hope to see you again next week... hugs Bev PTT DT

Monique said...

Cute tag love the colors and all the stars:).. Perfect masculine project..Thanks for playing along with us at Karen's Doodles this week :)

Mary C said...

What a fantastic tag card you created. I love the rustic feel of it and the colors you chose are perfect. Some lucky person is going to love this B'Day card. Thanks for playing with us this week at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations!

Patchi said...

Great card! I love the colors and the dimensional layers!Thanks for joining PTT this week and we hope to see you again soon!


Rose said...

This is a really cute tag! Great colors. Thanks for joining us at PTT this week!

Lori said...

What a wonderful tag for a birthday! Love those stripes! Thanks for joining the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!

Suzanne :O ) said...

what an interesting card, love the the tag shape- it's perfect for a little boy! thanks for playing along with us over at woodware usa!

Jenn said...

I love your project! Thanks for partying with us at Party Time Tuesdays! Hope to see you back next week.


Jacki Randolph said...

Oh this is beautiful!! Love your color scheme and all your details with the tag!Thanks for sharing with us at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations.

Lauren said...

Beautiful card! I love your 3D elements! Beautiful muted colors! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown!


Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

Fabulous card shape and love those stars hanging off the edge! Thanks so much for playing along with the Woodware USA challenge last week.