Thursday, June 6, 2013

Exploring Cricut - Happy 60th!

Hi there! It is my turn to share with you today at Exploring Cricut. My parents will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on the 13th and I created this anniversary card for them. I thought I would share it with you today.

Do you ever have a piece of paper that you really like and think that you can't wait to use it and then for whatever reason you don't. Well this cute pattern paper with the birds from Basic Grey was that paper for me. I think the birds on this are so sweet. I thought I would definitely use this right away. Well, after a few years I'm happy to say it is perfect for an anniversary. I hope you think so too:)

I adhered the ribbon to the paper using large glue dots and popped the pink heart up with a pop dot. The gold mat was under the "monogram tag 2". It always amazes me how many different options are still on the Cricut cartridges that I haven't used. It is really nice to have all the versatility.

A2 card base
Pattern papers - Basic Grey
Blue Heart - George and Basic Shapes 1.16"
Pink Heart - Lyrical Letters 1.16"
Gold Frame - Gypsy Font 2.5"
Ribbon, corner rounder, glue dots, pop dot

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DIANA L. said...

This is beautiful Annette I love the folky look. The hearts are so pretty to.

snappy scrappy said...

So pretty!

Scrapping Girl said...

It IS very cool paper and I like the hearts! I find it's more that I can't bear to cut into some special papers that I really like, and then I end up not using them. Congrats to your folks-60 years is an amazing milestone!

Sharon said...

This is so very pretty Annette!! I love the hearts and that awesome paper!! Happy Anniversary to your parents!!! :)

Cindy Vernon said...

Lovely card. The paper is perfect.

Mary Ann said...

Very pretty card!Love the colors,the hearts,awesome!Congrats to your parents!!!

teachermom5 said...

Love gold mat shape, thanks for the tip on that. The ribbon added such nice touch too. Great job.