Monday, 9 February 2009

Valentine's Day Cricut Cards I have made!

Cricut Design Studio cut file Valentine's day make valentine card carriage coach love heart storybook cartridge

I designed the heart with the flourish base on the Design Studio software for my cricut, then cut it out. I wanted it to look a little like a Cinderella carriage! Maybe I should take a photo with a horse in the front!

Cricut Design Studio cut file Valentine's day make valentine card carriage coach love heart storybook cartridge

I covered the heart in opal glitter and then added pink pearl dimensional paint dots. I glued this to pink patterned card and cut around it. Can you see the the light shine through it? Then I added the flowers and beads. The back looks just like the front only without all the bling! Can you tell I really like this card???

Cricut Design Studio cut file Valentine's day make valentine card carriage coach love heart storybook cartridge

Here is a red and white Valentine's Day card, similar but different to the carriage heart card, but the swirls at the base of the heart are smaller. I don't normally create with red, so this was a nice change from my usual colours.

Cricut Design Studio cut file Valentine's day make valentine card love heart storybook cartridge

I do have a Design Studio cut file for these cards, but I am not sure yet how to share them on my blog. I have used the Storybook cardtridge. If you are interested, email me with Valentine's Day cut file in the subject line and I will email it to you.

5 comments:

  1. Just beautiful !!! I love all the details!

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  2. Such very pretty makes, it is lovely to see your Cricut work, just stunning

    sarah x

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  3. Awwww Hunny, you always surprise me so much more with your excellent and wonderful creations, these are absolutely delighfully beautiful! Always a joy to see your makes and wonder on over here to your blog!

    Luv n hugs
    Natalie x

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  4. Beautiful as usual.
    Hope you had a lovely Valentine's day :)

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