Monday, July 18, 2011

Imagine a White Christmas

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Today I created my card using my Cricut Imagine:

Using the Snow Angel cartridge, I printed and cut just the round center image from one of the ornaments, sized to 3" real size.  I used a self-adhesive shaker box with some chunky glitter and adhered it to the front of the image.

I punched a 3" circle from a white 4"x6" panel.  I embossed the panel using the Cuttlebug Snowflakes embossing folder, and sprayed the entire panel with Pearl Glimmer Mist.  I matted the white panel with a light blue cardstock and adhered it to my 5"x7" card base.  I stamped my sentiment on the same light blue cardstock, inked just the edges, and adhered it to the white panel.

Here's another shot of the front so you can see the Glimmer Mist:

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  1. This card is elegant. I love the more simple designs. thanks for sharing.

  2. Beautiful, I love white on white, and the little bit of color.

  3. Love it.

    Smiles Sher

  4. Very pretty!
    I don't have the Imagine, but think I have the rest of the supplies needed. I think I am going to enjoy the fresh look of the white backgrounds for these cards.


  5. This is a very pretty card. I have not tried making a shaker yet but am dying to. I love that snowflakes cuttlebug folder and use it as the background design for many of my Christmas cards. Very nice!


  6. Very elegant. You did a fabulous job.

    ewokyoda at

  7. Do you have a source for the shaker box you used? Like that it doesn't have a lit of depth and it's self-adhesive. Your card is beautiful! I have the Expression but with the new CTMH exclusive cartridge and an Imagine Cricut, life could become very good!


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