Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Layering pieces for your A2 cards--click here for cut file

The image on the left is meant to be placed on top of your A2 card; the images on the right are meant to be placed on the images on the left. I used George (for the square on all & the flowers on one, so you can replace with a square or other shape on another cart if you wish) and Storybook mainly; two of the pages have images from Stretch Your Imagination.









































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9 comments:

  1. Oh Gracie! These are fantastic! I can't decide which is my fav. I'll be using these for sure! Thanks for the .cut files!

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  2. Thanks so much for the files. I wanted to try something like this!

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  3. I think your designs are fab!! Thanks for sharing with us!

    Carmen

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  4. Thanks AUsome, Cheryl and Cal for your wonderful comments. I love feedback, and your compliments are so kind.

    --Gracie

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  5. Hey Gracie!! I have a question. Do you know of anyone that's done a Cricut cartridge chart? I'm looking for something that has categories like: Trees: WIMG, HEA, etc. Like I need it to list a specific cut (trees) and then show which cartridges you can find them on. Have you seen anything like this? Thanks for your help! (as always!)

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  6. I just found your blog and you are so talented! Thank you for sharing your designs. As a side note, and maybe it's just me, but your blog is very hard to read. It's "off center" if you will. Is that just me? lol

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  7. AUsome--

    If I follow you, you want to be able to list a keyword & then have the carts come up that apply to that keyword. Do you have Design Studio? You can download the trial version for free. When you have DS open, look at the box that is to the left of the box that contains the keypad/keyboard. In the drop down menu, one of the options is "keyword". Enter a keyword, then press what looks like a fast forward button. It will walk you through where images are on various cartridges that apply to your keyword. Clear as mud? Let me know.

    --Gracie

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  8. Calene-

    Thank you so much for your kind words. On my screen, everything is centered. I don't supposed you know how to take a screen shot? There's free software on CNET, just go to download.com. If you can take a screen shot and email it to me at colorfulcreator@yahoo.com, I'd love to take a look.

    Thanks!

    Gracie

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  9. Gracie....thank you so much for the DS help! I knew there had to be somewhere to get the info by "image" and not just by "cartridge". You are truly the best!! Hugs....

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