Sunday, 2 December 2012

Rediscovering my cricut

HI fellow bloggers I have recently been more using dies as some of the sizzix and spellbinders dies give such fab results but have decide to use some of my more underused tools and so out came the cricut and the trim the tree cartridge. I must say it wasn't easy to find the right combination of pressure and speed for cartridge but eventually managed to cut one of the images for this card and it is very pretty like a laser cut  and very CAS!. I have used:-
  • Bazill green/dark red
  • pearl card
  • anita's glitter glue
  • sizzix wood embossing folder
  • free stamp
  • marvy la plume pen
However used more than one sheet for this successful cut! Need a bit more practice


  1. Hi Bea, this looks gorgeous! What a stunning tree! I also tend to neglect my cricut! Find it very frustrating when I can't get it to cut something properly- must try harder!!

  2. This is gorgeous, Bea!! I love that beautiful tree!! I have been neglecting my Cricut, too :/ I need a new mat but have been putting off buying yet another one. I should because there are so many amazing cuts, like this one. Happy Sunday :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  3. Such an elegant tree... LOVE it.
    Monica xxx

  4. Good Morning Bea, this is a beautiful, elegant tree, I love the simplicity of your card.

    Thank you for you lovely comments on my Blog, I really appreciate it.
    My boxes with the mulberry paper can look quite "rough" which gives them a great rustic feel. You don`t have to worry about "fabric" bring smooth. Let me know how you get on if you make one.
    Happy Crafting

    Patricia xx

  5. Hi Bea,
    This tree is stunning. Love it!
    Hugs Tamara

  6. I like this tree, it gives your card an elegant look. Beautifully done! Hugs! xx


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