September 8, 2015

Artfully Sent Cartridge in Action

It's been a busy summer and I must confess I haven't done as much in the paper crafting department as I would like to have done.  We decided to clean out a few things to give to the church yard sale, and I discovered a treasure of Christmas supplies that needed to be turned into some fun stuff - centerpieces and wreaths.  Here is a picture of the centerpieces:
Sitting on my Great Aunt's dresser in one of our guest rooms!  Hope they all find a happy home.
SO, I've been a bit preoccupied.  In July, though, I attended a terrific workshop given by Gina Brandstetter using the Artfully Sent Cricut Cartridge (Z3168).

Other CTMH Supplies Needed:
Cashmere Cardstock (X5932)
Olive Cardstock(1245)
Yuletide and Jackson Papers (retired - use substitutes)
Desert Sand Ink (Z2118) 
Bling Gems Gold Assortment (Z2023)
Stamp - Paper Bird - C1613 (retired)

NOTE- Pathfinding Paper packet (X7186B), may substitute for Yuletide and Jackson, which are no longer available..  Also contains Olive cardstock and Champagne cardstock (use instead of Cashmere cardstock)

For full directions for Cricut cuts and assembly of cards, download the file here.  Substitute papers will be needed for the tree trunk (Nevermore X7198B would work) and card backgrounds (light patterns as in Pathfinding X7186B).  Here are the finished cards:

Pocket Card

"So Sorry" Sentiment Card

These cards were lots of fun to make with the Artfully Sent Cartridge.  Gina's workshops are always informative and fast-paced, with lots of laughter.  I hope you'll explore some of the great cards on this cartridge.  Until next time!

Matthew 6: 24-34


Krafthead said...

Lovely cards! I am happy to see the Artfully Sent cartridge in action...can't wait to play with it more~

Cocoa's Mom said...

Wow! You have been busy, Adrienne! The centerpieces are just lovely and the cards a perfect 'stash' staple. Pinning for future reference : ) TFS