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Sunday, July 22, 2012

CTMH Cricut Artiste Page 46 Thank You Cards

 Today's post is about one card style made with the same papers and the same stamp, but with three different looks based on the layering of the cuts from the new Artiste cartridge.  I used regular White Daisy or Colonial White cardstock and the Dotty B & T from CTMH.

Belly Band Removed  and Pictured in Front of  Layered Insert
The ink used on the above card is CTMH's new Slate color.  It is a warm gray.  The ink on the cards below is Lagoon.  Each of the base cards and belly bands were cut at 5 inches.  The layers are cut at a variety of sizes in 1/4 inch increments starting at 3 3/4".
CTMH A1125 Thanks Stamped Image
 The labels layered on top of the bands are 3 inches, once again with incremental cuts for layering.   These are all "Accent 4" on the cartridge.  I used the ones on pages 33, 35 and 36 for the three different cards.
This shows the belly band open
 The band fastens in the back with a slotted tab cut by the Cricut.  It is most visible on the right-hand side of the above picture.
Card and Band Assembled As One Unit

These are very fast to assemble.  Choose your favorite papers and stamp and you can have a bunch done quite quickly.

Thank you for visiting today!

Supplies CTMH:
Cricut Artiste Cartridge Collection - Available to Pre-order
Paper: Dotty B & T (retired), Colonial White Cardstock, White Daisy Cardstock
Ink: Lagoon, Slate
Stamp: Thanks

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