Snowflakes and Cricut

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

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Call me old fashioned, call me old school. Or maybe it’s just my mad cutting skills.

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I use an x-acto knife and scissors more than I use a Cricut.

It’s quicker and easier for me to reach for a hand tool than to fire up an electronic cutting device. I like simple, and I like to use my hands.

BUT there are times I have to eat my words. The Art Philosophy Cricut collection from Close to My Heart has it all. I can cut these perfect snowflakes, then stamp directly onto the shapes using the coordinating stamp sets. And I can cut enough snowflakes to make 6 cards at the touch of a button.

So guess what? I used my Cricut. And hello handsome, I think I’m in love.

Maybe I’m not as old school as I thought.

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You can get this exclusive collection for just $99. Includes the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge, three stamp sets and three chipboard die cut sheets.

Like the card in this post? I’ll send it to you! All orders placed on my website in November will receive the snowflake card above. No minimum required. Shop now!

7 comments:

Connie J Miller said...

I was wondering about you and the CTMH cartridge.Glad to know you can be converted too. And might I say "Welcome"

Corinna said...

Love this girl!!! Well I love everything you do and know I don't comment as much as I should but I really do love it all! ;)

Crafty Texan said...

Yes, I was surprised that I still felt creative when I used my "cookie cutter images" from the cricut too. Glad to see yor style still come through as well. Gorgeous card!

Allisa said...

Love your card!

Staying Crafty said...

Your card came out beautifully! I think for more intricate cuts or making a large quantity of something die cutting really can be a nice choice.

Stampin n da Hood said...

famous last words! LOL!

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