Thursday, 6 November 2014

Artfully Sent Blog Hop

Welcome to the Artfully Sent Blog Hop!  The newest Cricut cartridge from Close to My Heart is chock full of fantastic images, and is designed with card makers in mind!



If you have come from JUDY FAYE'S blog, then you are in the right place!  The Hop is a great big circle, but if you need to find someone, you can find the whole list HERE!

Because Christmas is right around the corner, I opted for a Christmas card:


The design is very simple and uses one of the "Sentiment" images found on 
page 46 of the Artfully Sent Guide:


I simply trimmed  around the angel and the word "peace" into a rectangle and layered it with a scrap of sparkly paper I had in my stash!  (CTMH has some great sparkly paper here!)

Very quick and easy, yet pretty and festive!  I love the fact that this cartridge has over 700 images including a great font!  It comes with THREE stamp sets, and a package of white daisy cardstock, as well!  Everything you need to get going with your Cricut!


If you want to purchase this cartridge, please click HERE, or check with your
 local Close to My Heart Consultant!

Now, hop on over to KRISTA'S BLOG to see her fantastic artwork!!

Happy Day, everyone!



9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Love the glittery stuff!

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  2. Very nice card! Love that glitter paper.

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  3. Glitter & this angel go so well together!! It's too funny - I was going to post my angel card from this key- but opted for the baby card instead. :) Love how you cut out the angel in it's own frame. :)

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  4. Love the simple, but fabulous, look of this card!

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  5. So pretty! Love the white borders.

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  6. Beautiful and perfect choice of papers for the theme of the card.

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  7. The glitter really adds such a nice level of sophistication to this beautiful card, nice touch!

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  8. Fantastic! So gorgeous yet looks fairly simple to create.

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