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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Imagine Card

It’s been a long time since my last post. I apologize. I’ve been crafting but haven’t been taking pictures or posting. I’m back! Sorry for the crummy photos, but my camera is not available so I used my cell phone. I figured a mediocre photo was better than no photo!

This project is a card I made using the Imagine. Sometimes that machine just makes things SO much easier! No choosing paper…no over-thinking…just choose your stuff, print and cut, and there you have it! I wanted to use a butterfly, but wasn't having much luck. I went to and searched "butterfly". Voila! I was in business. If you're a Cricut user and you don't know about that website, CHECK IT OUT! Amazing!

Like I said, I needed some sympathy cards. The image is from “Imagine More”. I used the layers so that I could delete the text that was included. Plus, I thought it would be prettier and more interesting to have the card dimensional. Once I printed it I thought the blue oval would be a perfect spot to stamp a sentiment. The background paper is a print and cut from the Imagine, flood filled with a pattern from the same.


Now, once I had made a few of these, I thought that the card would be good for many different sentiments. So, I stamped a different sentiment on this one.


I love it! Cute card…adaptable for many things…and quick to make! Hope you enjoyed it!

Card recipe:

Image from Imagine More – cut at 3.0 (layers on, remove text)

Background paper a 5:7 rectangle from “stock” images on Imagine – cut at 4.0 – filled with Imagine More pattern


Adhesive foam for dimension

My Creative Time sentiment stamps


Like I said, really easy project and I think they turned out really well. I will be back on Monday with a project using the Creative Memories 'Tis The Season cartridge!


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