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My Craft Goals for 2015

My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!


Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Butterfly Kisses Card


For my project today, I made this card for my friend who just had a baby girl.  She is not a girly girl and did not want the nursery in girly colors, so I added brown ribbon and mushrooms. 






I dusted off my Cricut Imagine for this project!   I took some plain vellum and printed a pink mushroom pattern on it.  




I used Nursery Tails for the mushroom border and the butterfly kisses image.  My Gypsy and Imagine do not play nice and I have not really mastered Cricut Craft Room, so I had to guess on the sizes of the images.  I felt like I was crafting blind!

I also try to print and cut out several items so I don't waste paper.  The duck scene is for my kid's bathroom!




Next I selected a 5x7 rectangle and flood filled it with the pink mushroom paper background.  This worked as I did not know the exact size card base I would need.  I could not use the Print Paper option as it will print a 12x12 paper and my vellum is 8 1/2 x 11.




I printed the vellum and let it dry, then trimmed it to fit my card.




I adhered the brown crinkle ribbon on the front of the card.  Next I covered the ribbon with the mushroom border.

I put a strip of adhesive on the top of the border (where the tied ribbon would cover) and put adhesive where the butterfly kisses image would cover and glued the vellum on.  

I put a tiny bit of adhesive on the top corners as well.  I adhered the butterfly kisses on the vellum.  I tied the bow and used a glue dot to hold the bow in place.


I have not used vellum in a long time as I have (still) not found an adhesive that doesn't show through.   I would love to know if you have found an adhesive that doesn't show through!!








3 comments:

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a darling card, perfect for the new baby. I do love the non traditional colors you used. TFS

Cindy said...

Very nice card. I'm trying to use my Imagine more as well. I love that cartridge too. I think it was the first cartridge I bought for the Imagine.

CraftyGirl said...

Lori...Your card is really beautiful!! I love the way you printed on the vellum!! So clever!

barb :)