Hi! My name is Fran and I am the newest member of Cutters Creek Design Team. I am so happy to be part of this wonderful team. And I hope my creations bring you lots of inspiration just like the fun they give me creating them for you.
Before I share my project with you I would love to show you what it looked like before it was done.Cricut. I used the Cricut to cut a couple of SVGs files using my SCAL Software.
NOTE: The current SCAL3 Software does not support the Cricut. Go here to view the list of machines it does support.
In keeping with the main theme of using Flower Soft. I decided to make a greeting card using Halloween as my theme. Oh you know Halloween will be knocking at your door before you know it. I pulled out my Flower Soft called Autumn (beautiful mix of Fall colors). And I added just a touch to my image and just that small accent of Flower Soft really gives your projects lots of pizzazz. I used Aleene’s Original Tacky Glue to attach the Flower Soft.
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Here’s a close-up photo of the flower soft on my card.
Here is a photo of the inside of my card.
I used Core’dinations cardstock for the Tree. And I used American Crafts Specialty Cardstock/Foil for the bottom layer of the pumpkin. I wanted to look like a candle was inside of it. What do you think? (Both the Tree & pumpkin were cut with my Cricut using SCAL2 Software.)
Here is the Front of my Card.
The sweet image and background are Digital Stamps (La La Land & Make It Crafty). I used Prisma Colored Pencils for all my coloring except for the skin tones. I used Copic Markers for the skin. I love glitter & on most of my cards you will see some Stickles. I love that glitter glue. The three I used: Lime Green, Orange Peel, & Crystal. The background on the background digital image was colored with Black Soot Distress Ink. I used Copic markers on the fence and grass.
Additional elements used to create my card came from my private stash.
I hope you enjoyed viewing the details of my card. And I especially hope that I inspired you in some way. If you have any questions on what you have read or viewed please leave them in the comments portion and I will reply there. Thank you and have a wonderful week ahead!