Saturday, October 6, 2012

       I have been having so much fun experimenting and learning a lot of new techniques from my Up Line, Amy Raimy, and other CTMH consultants this fall.  Take a look at what new creative projects you can do with the  Cricut Art Philosophy and Artiste cartridges, paired up with beautiful new papers, stamp sets and embellishments from the Autumn/Winter Idea Book Catalog.

                                       September Cardmaking Class
                              with Amy Raimy, using Avonlea CTMH Papers

                     Stand-Up Card Using "Remarkable Wreath" Stamp Set C1473

                      Napkin Fold Card using "Avonlea" Cardmaking Kit Stamp Set

                             Another Special Fold Card with a Message Inside


                                   Birthday Card using Stella CTMH paper,
                     the Cricut Artiste Cartridge, and Coordinating Stamp Set
October Cardmaking Class with Amy Raimy, 
using the Cricut  CTMH Art Philosophy Cartridge
"Flirty" paper pack and "Harvest Happiness" stamp set C1463

                                 CTMH "Quick Card-Bountiful Season" A1130

                                          "Fall Harvest" Stamp Set C1504 and
                                                "Moonlight" paper pack
                                    Fall Harvest Stamp Set C1504 and Burlap Ribbon
                    Fall Card by Tammy Curtis using the CTMH "Flirty" paper,
                           along with the Cricut CTMH Artiste Cartridge

October CTMH Consultant Team Mtg. Projects by Amy Raimy, using the October Stamp of the Month, S1210,  "Very Merry Christmas," the Cricut Artiste Cartridge, and the CTMH "Pear and Partridge" paper pack

 Snowflake card designed by Sara Balkin, using the October Stamp of the Month
 The Cardmaking kits aren't just for cards!  Try out this adorable stamp set when you purchase the Pear and Partridge Workshop on the Go, G1052 cardmaking kit for your scrapbook pages! (designed by Amy Raimy)


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