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Now for my project. I chose to create a card using the Cricut Lite “Savory” cartridge. My inspiration came from the background pattern paper. It came from a stack called “Raspberry Cordial” . I just love the colors and the pattern..
To make this card I used Recollections Cream Card stock
Recollections textured Card stock for the red.
All the cuts were made from my stash which is a collection
of Lots of different papers.
The card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼
The red mat was cut at 5 ¼ x 4
The patterned mat is 5 x3 ¾
The Pitcher and glass were manipulated with my Gypsy
And cut just under 3 inches
I uses an EK success punch on the red strip
added a piece of fun ribbon from Michael’s Dollar bin .
The sentiment I found on the internet and printed it out
Using “Curls MT” font at 16 points onto a white mat cut with
the Lite “Lacy Labels “ cartridge at 2 ¾ x ¾
I did a little inking with memento chocolate and
studio G Raspberry, doodled a little with a black gel pen.
Now the really important part my piece of the puzzle is the letter “A”.