versatile with all my cricut cartridges. Here is a look back at my very first card I made with the create a critter cart. I made this one for my good friend Ashley when her family moved. I was so proud of my creative way of using the sentiment "Home Tweat Home" hardy har har get it??!!! Side note: I am still so new to all this card making stuff that I don't know any of the card vocabulary, like what is an A2 card? This card that you see here is like 6X9 hahaha!!! I had to go to michaels and buy there biggest envelopes and of course they didn't have anything less than a 10 pack. So now sometime in the future there will be more blogs with more big cards cause you can't waste big envelopes!
This next card is one of 9 invitations I made for my mother in law. She asked me to make them for the annual family turkey dinner this year.
On the inside is my very first attempt at inking. I inked the edges of the cream colored card stock to give it some what of a distressed look. I used a paper towel and a 99 cent ink pad from hobby lobby. I think it turned out pretty darn good!
These days I'm using Inkssentials and not the paper towels anymore! hahaha It's a really good tool for inking the sides of your frames or distressing things. It's pretty much the only inking tool I use. If you see ink in any of my projects this is the tool that did it. The tool and my crafty hands!
And last but not least my first try at a Christmas card. Of course I used create a critter!!! This is another size botched card. I'm glad I found the perfect size cards for me now and that I've been creating away! Whoo hoo!!!