Friday, January 6, 2012

Thanks a Bunch!

I've got another thank you card made with the Elegant Edges Cricut cartridge for you today!  To make this one I welded together two of the shaped images at 5.44", removing the butterfly that is part of the cut with my Gypsy.  Before cutting this card base out of kraft cardstock, I printed  the newspaper ad pattern from the Vintage Papers Imagine cartridge onto the kraft cardstock.  I then cut the oval frame, again at 5.44" out of purple cardstock.

The pretty watering can and flowers image is from Kate's ABCs, cut at 3.25".  I tied a little piece of twine to the handle.

My sentiment, which is heat embossed on the frame, is from the My Creative Time Many Greetings stamp set.  I also added some white stitching around the frame to finish off the card.


The Paper Company Kraft Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Royal Velvet, Simply Chartreuse, Summer Sunrise, Harvest Gold, Dark Chocolate, Autumn Rose, and Plum Pudding Cardstock
Fancy Pants Designs "Beach Bum" Patterned Paper
My Creative Time "Many Greetings" Stamp Set
Versmark Ink
White Filigree Embossing Powder
Trendy Twine 
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen


  1. Very pretty and elegant!

  2. Great card! Love the kraft paper with the bright colorful paper.

  3. another darling card! you did purple fabulous...I always have trouble with purple! love the added twine bow too!

  4. Katie, I love your card. I so need to get Elegant Edges.

    Purple is my favorite card and it so works for this adorable card.


  5. Beautiful! I'm going to Pin this one for future inspiration!

  6. This is BEAUTIFUL! I just love these card shapes, this cartridge would be perfect to have on hand. It is definitely on my long list! I just love EVERYTHING about this card! Beautiful job! Hugs- Glora

  7. Wow! This is stunning! I love Elegant Edges, and Kate's ABC's. I can't wait to get an Imagine--love that newspaper print on kraft--looks so cool.

  8. love the card

  9. Very pretty!
    Sherrie K

  10. Oh how did i miss this one.. i love that purple... just a breath taking card...


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