Saturday, August 18, 2012

Making a card with a gypsy and Cricut :)

Check out this cool card I made in no time after visiting She's a sassy lady and viewing her gypsy made simple vids (GMS).

So I pulled out my gypsy for my Cricut (you can use design studio if you have that instead) and made a card!  Less than an hour start to finish and I am pretty impressed!  Check it out...
This is a window card from Art Philosophy that I welded the Congrats and stars from Wild Card to then cut them out using my Cricut.  I then cut out the Congrats and stars only in other colors and ran them through my xyron 5" sticker maker.

So first I had this weird card base that I had created by welding words and shapes on my gypsy....
okay... 2 of them since I made 2 at a time per Sheila's instructions and I liked the idea!
Then I scored the card... I took the Cricut predetermined score lines out before I cut it so I could score it for a more professional look...
Then I added my sticky words and stars...

and a star on the inside for fun too!
Hope this has inspired you and hope you go and visit that blog... makes me want to do even more with my Gypsy now than ever before!  What a great challenge...

Have a blessed day... Kathi

3 comments:

  1. love your cards they are beautiful ... traveling today so I mean using my phone so I have typos I'm sorry just had to get to tell you how impressed I am with your cards. thank you for sharing that She's a Sassy Lady today.

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    1. Thanks for taking time to check out my blog... loved your challenge and I did weld 3 things... just didn't do the shadow.. so the next 2 cards I make should have those! I appreciate your inspiration and great teaching abilities! Kathi

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  2. I love die cuts and your card! Awesome! Thanks for stopping by my blog and asking about my stitching. I do all my stitching by hand and I do have a little tutorial you can see at http://card-blanc.blogspot.com/2012/03/hand-stitching-tutorial.html

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