All of my cuts today, except for the circles, are from the Campin' Critters Cricut cartridge. I cut the deer with all of his layers at 4 1/2". Because I knew the cuts would have to curve across the canister, I used thin patterned paper and lighter weight cardstock. I also assembled the cuts directly on the canister, so that they would lay just right.
Before I go, I want to welcome you to stop by my blog today to see a sneak peek of one of the My Creative Time stamps sets that is being released this Friday. Also, Emma has graciously donated an adorable My Creative Time stamp set and a die for me to give away. You can see them below. Leave a comment on my blog for a chance to win!
The Paper Studio "Little Boys and Their Toys" Patterned Paper
DCWV "The Metallic Stack"
Papertrey Ink Pure Poppy Cardstock, Topnotch Twill Ribbon, & Vintage Buttons
ekSuccess Bumpy Road Edger Punch
Michael's Twine & Ribbon
We R Memory Keepers Large Eyelet
Make sure you pop on over to Melanie's blog this week because she is doing BOX and BAG tutorials all week long using the Art Philosophy cartridge. Also, if you want to buy the Art Philosophy cartridge you can do so by clicking HERE!
Be sure and check out Joy's and Melanie's personal blogs for more creative goodness at Obsessed with Scrapbooking and Courtney Lane Designs! Have a great day!
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