Saturday, October 4, 2014

Artfully Sent Christmas Card Tutorial

Merry Christmas!! My brother-in-law starts reminding us of how many days are left till Christmas in the month of January. He loves Christmas! I love that he does that because it means he's always aware of the gift that Christmas is.... the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ!

Today, in the spirit of Christmas, and in the spirit of my brother-in-law, I made a Christmas card!
Of course, I used my Artfully Sent Cricut Cartridge to give this card a unique look, and to make sure it was quick and easy! 

I love how it turned out!

I started on page  34 of my Artfully Sent Cricut booklet, using the Scene button for this 
wreath design.
Note: This is not a "Christmas" themed page, I just used it for Christmas. The theme of the page is actually wedding. You can see that the themes can all be easily interchanged!

I cut the wreath in Close To My Heart's  topiary card stock. 

I cut the card swing base from White Daisy card stock. 

I glued the wreath to the center of the card base.

Using the Scene design on page 48 of the Artfully Sent cartridge, I cut my scene from 
Close To My Heart's barn red card stock.

Here it is, cutting: 

I used the negative spaces from the cut to embellish the card:

I think it turned out beautifully!
This is 2 cards in 2 days, and these are very busy days, yet I found time to make these cards!
You can, too.

Get this cartridge TODAY and get busy making great cards!

And, don't forget, if you order this cartridge (or any order of $50 or more) during the month of October, you get FREE ribbon!

Plus!! Don't forget that ordering the Artfully Sent Cricut Cartridge automatically qualifies you to get the October Stamp of the Month, Home for the Holidays, for only $5. 

This is a win/win! 


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