I wanted to try one of the free Cricut projects, so decided to go with this movie night project. I am not of fan of this one. I don't recommend cutting the movie tickets. I did at first and the small sizing and details just made it a major pain to piece them together. I ended up doing a print and cut for the tickets and was much happier with them. The red had to be glued to the box so that was a lot to put glue on and line up. This was definitely not a favorite project. I think I will fill this with a special popcorn and attach a gift card to the movies inside the card as a birthday gift for my dad.
Monday, January 26, 2015
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
I love doing scene cards and Design Space is making it much easier to get creative with the scenes that I make. Here are a couple that I did recently for my birthday card stash.
Posted by Julie at 3:13 PM
Monday, January 12, 2015
Well the bad thing about using Design Space is that I totally don't pay attention to what cartridge the cuts come from anymore. That's not all that helpful for my blog followers, so I will have to start writing down where the cuts come from.
This card is for a baby shower for my sister in law.
Posted by Julie at 5:47 PM
Thursday, January 8, 2015
Sunday, January 4, 2015
Friday, January 2, 2015
One of the things that I really like about Design Space and the Cricut Explore is having the ability to lay out everything easily on the screen and know that all of the cuts are going to fit on my card.
I also like that the Explore can cut smaller images better than my Expression did. I don't think I would have bothered doing a sun this small before.
Having the ability to quickly search for images means that I am using more of the cuts I have available too. The sun is from Pooh and Friends and I hadn't used that cartridge in awhile. The grass is from Paper Doll Dress Up and I probably wouldn't have looked there for grass. The searching function seems to work better than the one on my Gypsy too.
Posted by Julie at 6:38 AM