I was ill yesterday and didn't get anything ready to post. I guess I had a bit of a stomach virus or something and I shall spare you the ugly details. I did take some Phenegren, which knocks me on my hiney and I slept most of the day and therefore didn't get anything done.
But I would like to share something from the past with you that some of you may not have seen before....
If you ever wonder what to do with the clamshells from the Cricut cartridges you can always try your hand at painting on the acetate!
I hope you are feeling betterReplyDelete
You're a brave lady, Okie (and a crafty one, too)! There's no way my card would come out looking that good if I tried this on my own.ReplyDelete
I always wondered what to do with the outside plastic containers of my Cricut Carts (and we won't mention that I get way too many of them in the mail). I'll have to bite the bullet & try painting them, too!
Thanks for the video Okie! I hadn't seen that one! :o) I hope you get to feeling better! :o)ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear that you are under the weather and hope you feel better very soon.
Love the tutorial video - thank you; I have been knitting a shawl and socks and making cards and I can hear my Cricut just crying back in my studio, :o) I need to spend some time with her soon! Hey - I can use it for the rest of the Christmas cards (as a light bulb goes on suddenly in my eyes!).
Great idea!!! Another idea.. use it to make shaker cards!!! I save all the "acetate" and cut to size when I'm ready. :) TFS..ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this project! I pray you feel much better, real soon.ReplyDelete
I hope you feel better! :DReplyDelete
Thanks for the tips. Fun card. Hope you're feeling better.ReplyDelete
Totally get what you are saying. Hope you feel well soon.ReplyDelete
I hope you feel better soon! Thanks for sharing this project and video!ReplyDelete
I hope you are feeling better soon!!ReplyDelete
Sorry you’re under the weather, I guess it is going around, school starts and the bug is out!!!! Get Well Soon!!!!ReplyDelete
mhalford6 @aol. com
Very informative!!! Thanks for the video. Hope that you are feeling better today.ReplyDelete
Marjorie from TX
I hope you are feeling better very soon!ReplyDelete
Hope you feel better real soon.
Hi Okie, I hope you are feeling better. No fun.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the video.
Hey have you seen this sight.
It is so helpful.
That really is a wonderful card. Thanks for all the tips.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tips. Hope you feel better soon.ReplyDelete
Super video ... btw ... would alcohol inks work with this too? Hope you are feeling better soon.ReplyDelete
OMG I have a bunch of cricut clamshells just waiting to be used! Thanks for the tutorial - very informative, totally doable. Love the card you made and the colors (I just love the green and purple combination). Feel better soon!ReplyDelete
hugs, MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom