November 25, 2008

Happy Birthday Card with Cricut!


I am really loving my cricut! Since I bought Sure Cuts Alot at www.craftedge.com I have been one happy gal!

I used the Susans BlueRobot's file from her blog to create the card itself, It is an SVG file. Just save it and cut it with SCAL, its just that easy. I also used the SCAL to cut out my die cut. It looks just like Stampin' Up but I didnt spend 22 dollars for it.

I love creating unique cards and I think is as unique as I have been lately. Its done with a simple cinderella stamp and some pencils.





I made it for my neighbors daughter who turns 3 tomorrow.

Here is my handmade envelope...




Happy thanksgiving everyone. Dont eat too much turkey! :)



14 comments:

AngelRenee said...

Great Card!!

Lyn S said...

What a cute girly card!

fishlips said...

Happy ThanksGiving to you too.... Never eat to much Turkey it's the pie I have to worry about...yum yum

Wow looks like your are having so much fun with your cricut...Enjoy!!!!

Your creations are Amazing!!!!

Angie Williams said...

This turned out very cute! Thanks for sharing!

Ilina Crouse said...

great card and envelope! Great colors and the envelope looks great!

Susan said...

That is excellent thank you soo much for the link back to my blog .
so glad you found the pattern useful.
Keep up the good work

Christyne (aka Apple Blossom) said...

What a cute idea!

Becky's blog is Inking Idaho. She has a button to buy the pattern on the left hand side of her blog...at least that's where it was last time I was there...

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

fun card....great job! *~*

Carmen said...

What a great card .. love it!

virginia said...

I have always loved Cinderella such a magical story! I love how you worked out the details in this card. TFS

Lori said...

Great card! You've inspired me to get my Cricut out again!

Lisa Graves said...

What a pretty card. You can never go wrong with a Princess. :-)

Marnie said...

Love it and your folding is very creative!

Maria said...

what a great idea! thanks for sharing