Cricut and a Card

This weekend I was able to accomplish quite a bit. I finally finished my December Daily (as I pat myself on the back for that). I also managed to create two lovely cards. The first one I already showed that I made for the Party Time Tuesdays Challenge Blog and then I made this wonderful card that Cara Miller shared. This card came from her Feeling Grace class. Every week Cara sends out a card class that includes a video, a cricut file and written instructions on how to make the card. That is quite a lot of information and it’s information that is very well put together. I didn’t have any problems following the instructions that came with the class.

Cara does this for the entire month and you can purchase the card classes separately or you can purchase the entire month. Cara also offers one free class during the month. I took her free class this past weekend and I truly enjoyed it. I got this lovely Cricut file that opened in the Cricut Craft room and I just cut away. You can also mail the cards out to Cara and she will send them to operation write home which is a great cause!

If you are interested in trying out her free class you can find the link here . I highly suggest you give it a try if you have a Cricut machine of course.

Here is the card that I made with Cara’s awesome class:

Feeling Grace Card

Pop Up Hearts

Close up of Pop Up Hearts


signature

Comments

  1. What fun! I could get in so much trouble if I added scrapbooking and cardmaking to my list of hobbies! I love seeing all the handmade cards! Very cool!

    Anne Dovel
    Anne Dovel recently posted..Recalling our most beautiful garden in 28 years.My Profile

    • Thank you Anne, and I think you should get into some trouble and have some fun scrapbooking and cardmaking :). I have a ton of fun every time I sit down in my craft room!

  2. Your card is gorgeous! Great job!
    Cara Miller recently posted..Comment on Calling all Cricut Fans by CaraMy Profile

  3. Absolutely adorable, Beth!

Speak Your Mind

*


CommentLuv badge

Google+ Real Time Web Analytics Follow my blog with Bloglovin