I have these two pieces of CGull luggage for the Expressions machine and your cartridges for sale. These may have been used twice, but I do not travel with the cartridges or Expressions anymore so they are just collecting dust. The large one rolls and the smaller bag holds 72 cartridges, but can be used for other things. I paid over $150.00 for both pieces, but will sell for $80$75 plus shipping. If you are interested, please email me at email@example.com. They are boxed and ready to ship. I have to clean up my craft room because of remodeling.
Today I am filling in at Exploring Cricut with a couple of shaped cards. I used the cartridge Disney Happily Ever After and cut at 5 inches. I flip one and welded together in Gypsy. I used pearls and ribbon and stamped with some CTMH stamps. Very simple and perfect for the little princess in your life.
Thanks to all that stop by the Exploring Cricut blog hop and visited my blog. Your kind comments were so welcomed. I picked a winner of my blog candy and it was comment #8 Kim from http://dolphin6859.blogspot.com/. Please email me your mailing information and I will get your prize to you. Thanks to all! (sorry had wrong blog address)
Welcome. Today I am doing a double project because I have the daily project at Exploring Cricut and I was asked to be a Die Cuttin' Divas Guest Designer. I want to thank Georgiana for the opportunity and very honored to join you. You can click on the name and go to the blog for a challenge. The challenge will be to created a project using the sketch. I created a card and a layout page. I used the cartridges Artiste,New Arrival, Ribbon and Rosettes,Frame of Mind , Create a Critter and Kate's ABC's for these two projects. Below the pictures are my materials and instructions. Head over to Die Cuttin' Diva's and join in!
Card was made with the New Arrival cartridge
Baby was cut at 3.5 inches
Duck was cut at 1.25 inches
Ribbon and Rosettes
border was cut at 1.x 6 inches
Tag was cut at 3.5 inches
Paper was some scraps in my stash, a stamp I had forever, ribbon and Jolees gems
Layout was created using Frame of Mind
stripe frame cut at custom in Gypsy 5.5 x 5.5 inches
Create a Critter
Flowers cut at 2.5 and 3.5 inches
Sweet on page 28 cut at 2.25 inches
Pattern Paper-Sweet Girl Echo Park
Pearls and gems -Jolees
ribbon in stash
All were created with Cricut Expressions 2 and Gypsy
Welcome to the blog hop ofExploring Cricut! If you came fromLiz's blog you have come to the last stop. I created a gift box for my project using the cartridges Sweet Tooth Boxes, Art Philosophy, and Artiste. The finished size of the box is 6 x 6 and perfect for some jewelry or candy like I did here. The directions and materials for the project is under the pictures. Be sure to join us for the challenge and link by Saturday, May 11.
I cut the candy box at 10 inches from Sweet Tooth Boxes and scored the box with my scor pal.
I used Scor Tape to secure it together and cut the lid from some Bo Bunny pattern paper.
The finished box measures 6 x 6 when finished. I made a doily for the top from Artiste on page 31 Accent 1 cut at 5.5 inches. The number #1 Mom is cut at 3.5 inches and is on page 74. The flowers are from the Art Philosophy cartridge cut at 5.5 and 6.5 inches and I sprayed them with a glimmer mist. Cardstock is from Michaels. I also chalked the edges. I cut some of the pattern paper and wrapped the little hershey miniatures for the box as a goodie. Hope you are enjoying the blog hop and leave me a comment for a chance at this blog candy below. I will pick a winner by random.org and announce Sunday on my blog. If you missed any of our fabulous design teams projects, start back atExploring Cricut or follow this list.
Welcome ! Today I have the post over at Cricut Fanatics and I am sharing this one page layout with you. This is my baby granddaughter Peyton and she had this picture done for Easter and I love the colors. I created this layout using the cartridges Elegant Edges, Art Philosophy, and Indie Art. Below are the materials and directions for this page.
Supplies and Materials.
Created by: Diane Kielman
Cartridges used: Elegant Edges-leaves tag on page 29 cut at 3 inches Art Philosophy-flower page 21 cut at 2 inches
flower page 29 cut at 3 inches
flower page 39 cut at 2.25 and 2.5 inches
flower page 50 cut at 1.5 and 2 inches
Date and title cut at1.25 inches(3 was cut at same height, but looks bigger) Indie Art-butterfly cut at 1.75 inches
Machines used: Cricut Expressions 2 and Gypsy
Pattern paper: Bo Bunny Jazmyne
ribbon in stash and stickles
Hi and welcome! Today I am sharing the daily post at Exploring Cricut. I created a two page Birthday layout using the cartridges Pooh Font, Everyday Pop Up Cards and Birthday Cakes. I have 3 grandchildren whose birthdays are April, May and June so these will be used for sure! Sorry the lighting was not good when I took these pictures today. I have posted instructions under the pictures. Be sure to join the challenge at Exploring Cricut this week too! Happy Birthday to my oldest son Matthew today too!
Pattern paper-Bo Bunny Surprise
ribbon in stash
Martha Stewart border punch
Cartridges: Pooh Font-Marker font cut at 1.5 inches and the shadow welded. Everyday Pop Up Cards-Cake cut at 4 inches Birthday Cakes-balloons cut at 4.5 inches