Thursday, August 04, 2011

You Are "Berry" Special

Happy Thursday everyone!

I am trying to learn how to use my Cricut Expression more in conjuction with Cricut Design Studio so that I can create better/prettier cards and layouts with my Cricut Expression.  Also, I need to learn more about welding and how to keep all the measurements the same in Design Studio.  (I really need a who to video)

So I made a 'berry' special card for the Tacky Tuesday Challenge #9 over at September Ninth.

The rules:  the cut for this month is a "berry/fruit" cut, you can use any "berry/fruit" from any Cricut cart that you want, svg files are fine too. You must use the word "berry" in your sentiment.

All creations for the challenge must be posted on Tacky Tuesday Facebook group.  If you wish to participate or see others projects, please click here HERE.

Supplies: Cricut Cartridge Preserves; Ribbon - Hobby Lobby;
Marth Strewart Punch; EK Success Punch; Inkssentials White Pen;
Imaginisce - Berrylicious collection; Distress inks - Black Soot and Vintage Photo
Thank you for stopping in, comments are always welcome and very much appreciated.
Until next time - happy scrappin'! ~ Carol


Terry said...

I think you are doing quite well! Adorable card you created!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Such a lovely creation, thanks for sharing!
hey, I have a giveaway here, please come join in the fun!

Lynn Stevens said...

berry sweet, teeheehee, sorry couldn't resist!
hugs Lynn

JustYolie said...

Your card turned out great!! TFS!

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I visited so many blogs but I noticed in your blog that, your work is always so gorgeous and you have a wonderful eye of details and putting small elements together to make a spectacular creation.

Sherrie K. said...

Great card creation!! I love the paper and the layout of your card! great job...berry sweet! Had to say that, LOL!
Sherrie K

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These are just the sweetest little note cards! very impressed what you did with this technique, too much marvelous with unique idea.