Thursday, November 6, 2014

Artfully Sent Blog Hop

Welcome to an extra blog hop from the Stamp of the Month consultants. 
We wanted to share ideas using the Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge since it's new and SO much fun! If you arrived from April Nourse's blog you're on the right track. Just keep clicking the link to go to the next blog in the hop. Click here for a list of all participating hoppers.

The Artfully Sent cartridge has a lot of different card styles BUT it also has the kind of cards you use in the Picture My Life scrapbooks! So this cartridge is great for card makers AND scrapbookers alike!

The first card I have to share is this sparkly Merry & Bright card. This is a cut-out card and I backed it with strips of Glitter Paper. I also added some hand-drawn lines with a journaling pen. 


All products are Close To My Heart:
--Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge
--White Daisy cardstock
--Journaling pen
--Glitter Paper-Black & Grey, Purple, Pink, Teal
--Aqua Dots

This next card is a pop-up card. Creating cards with Artfully Sent is super easy! The Cricut does all the "heavy lifting" for you!


All products are Close To My Heart:
--Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge
--CS-White Daisy, Glacier, Cranberry
--Shimmer Trim- Red, Teal
--Bitty Sparkles

Look at all you get when you order the Artfully Sent Collection! 
1 - cartridge (700 images: cards & fonts)
3 - My Acrylix D-size stamp sets
1 - 12" x 12" White Daisy cardstock pack
The cartridge features more than 25 different card themes and 5 different card formats. Card styles include pop-ups, scenes, sentiments, sleeves and pocket cards.
All this for only $99 (retail value of nearly $120)! Plus, with this purchase you also qualify for the Stamp of the Month for only $5. 

CLICK HERE to go shopping!




Now it's time to hop over to Wendy Kessler's blog for 
more great ideas!

Thanks for hopping by. Enjoy the Artfully Sent Blog Hop!

Michelle

6 comments:

  1. These are both great - I especially like how you outlined the first one!

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  2. Love how you used the journaling pen and all the different glitter papers on the first card! I also like the simplicity of the second one.

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  3. Very nice card! Love the different colored glitter and the hand-drawn outlines.

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  4. LOVE the glitter combo on the first card!! Great idea!!

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  5. Both cards are great, but I am really inspired by the glitter paper and how you used the journaling pen on the first card. Fantastic!

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  6. Thank you for the compliments, Ladies!

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