Sunday, 27 November 2016

CTMH Cricut Flower Market Blog Hop

Welcome to the Cricut Flower Market Blog Hop!  

I am so glad you can join me and many other Close to My Heart Consultants as we showcase products made with the brand new (and amazing!) CTMH Flower Market Cricut cartridge!

If you have hopped over from the awesome artwork found on TAMMY'S BLOGyou are on the right page!  The hop is one big circle,  but if you get lost, please just hop on over to 
Melinda's Blog, where you can find the complete list of bloggers!

Now for some artwork!

As I have mentioned before, I am definitely a Cricut newbie!  I got a Cricut Explore Air in September, and I have been learning how to use it - it is SO much fun!!  And SO easy!  This new cartridge is chock full of beautiful images for a variety of crafty needs!  I decided to stick with a Christmas theme, because I had a wooden sleigh that was desperately needing a makeover, and I wanted to dress it up to hold cards for Christmas!!

I covered the sleigh with paper from the City Sidewalks paper pack, and then painted the inner part.  Using the Flower Market cartridge, I cut out an assortment of berries, and greenery, and a Merry Christmas title.  There were so many choices, it was easy to make some fun embellishments in just a few easy steps!

With the great coordinating City Sidewalks paper pack, this project was a snap!  I can't wait to try even more projects with this wonderful Cricut collection, available from your local Close to My Heart Consultant, or purchase it here.

Thanks for stopping by - now it is time to hop over to TERRIE'S BLOG to see what beautiful work she has in store for you!  Remember, all of these products are now available , from your local  Close to My Heart Consultant, or go HERE.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Cute sleigh. Your greenery spray with the bow looks nice.

  2. What a beautiful project and such a clever idea to hold Christmas cards!

  3. What a fun project, it looks great!

  4. Love it! What a great way to dress up that sleigh.


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