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Thursday, November 13, 2008

More Christmas Cards...

Two different versions of the one similar design. These were made using a combination of Design Studio and Sure Cuts a Lot (SCAL) software. I used SCAL for the card bases. The ornaments are from the Cricut Joys of the Season cartridge (I didn't realise there were so many ornaments shapes on it) The merry wording I created in Inkscape. The small scalloped edges I cut with decorative scissors, the large scalloped border I made myself. I think the paper is Kaisercraft. Decorated with Kindy Glitz, Stickles and rhinestones.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Poinsettia Christmas Card

The flower and scalloped square were cut with the Cricut machine using Sure Cuts a Lot software. The wording is from the Wild Card Cricut cartridge. Decorated with Stickles.

Christmas Card

A Christmas card I have made recently using Sure Cuts a Lot and Design Studio software. The Peace wording is Harrington Font. Decorated with Stickles and Kaiser gems. Paper is double sided Kaiser craft .

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Halloween Card

We don't celebrate Halloween much here in Australia, but I couldn't wait to use Sure Cuts a Lot to try out these dingbat fonts I found on the net.
The card is approximately 6" x 6", the only element of the card that isn't a dingbat font is the dripping edge. The title and the spider are decorated with Stickles.

Below is the front of the card...

and the inside...

Friday, September 19, 2008

Snake tales......

This snake has taken up residence on our front garden steps. I wasn't game enough to get up too close to take the photo. He can be found sunning himself there nearly every day. It is probably a black headed python, but I have two puppy's so I don't want to take any chances that the snake might eat them. Here in the Northern Tropics, pythons can grow very large - this one is probably a couple of metres long.
The snake man has been called in to relocate it...hope he comes soon.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Cricut Teddy

I created this Teddy with the Cricut Design Studio Software. A link for the cut file is below.

Click here for the Cut file

Hopefully in the near future I'll have a few more files to share, both for the Sure Cuts A Lot Software and the Design Studio Software.