Posts Tagged ‘Make the Cut’
Did you notice the super cute bears on the Valentines Day card I made for my hubby from my post a couple days ago? The bears are from Treasure Box Designs (TBD). They have the most adorable cut files for sale! You can use your Cricut and Make the Cut or Sure Cuts a Lot software to cut the files or you can print them on your printer and cut them by hand. I use my Cricut and the Make the Cut software. I just bought their Easter collection and cannot wait to create projects from them. Here is another example of their awesome work! OMG, it’s so darn cute!
I just love their cut files. They are super easy to use. And guess what? They are having a 60% off sale right now. What a great time to give them a try! Just head on over to http://www.treasureboxdesigns.com/ and check them out! They also have a FB page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Treasure-Box-Designs/139849749400237.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentines Day. My husband spoiled me with flowers, jewelry, chocolate, and dinner. He’s such a loving husband! I wanted to share with you the card I made him. The bears are cut files from Treasure Box Designs and the heart is a basic shape from Make the Cut. The cardstock is from DCWV.
I created this cute polka dotted pink purse for my niece’s birthday. It’s the perfect size to hold a gift card. I used designer paper that had the polka dots on it and then used my Stickles to fill in random circles with a white glitter. I’m entering this project into Emma’s Polka Dot Imagine Nation challenge on My Creative Time. I do not have an Imagine <yet> so I created it using my regular Cricut and a Making the Cut file. Hope you enjoy.
Here is a cute birthday card I did for one of my daughter’s friends. Her favorite animal is a cow and her nick name is Mary Moo Cow. So, putting a cow on it was a must. I couldn’t resit to bling out his nose. lol. The light pink paper is open card stock that I Cuttlebuged. The cow I created using Make The Cut. This was the first cut file I made. Not too shabby.