All i can say is wow, thank you so much Elizabeth, that was extremely nice of you. You are so inspirational and so super talented. I am always so excited to visit your blog everyday and see your amazing creations. Thank you so much for your kindness and sharing your talent with us. If you haven't yet, please visit Elizabeth at http://217creations.blogspot.com/
I believe i am to now list 7 things I most love (in no specific order):
Here are some flowers i made last night with some scraps i use when i glimmer mist die cuts and other items. I always put the items i glimmer mist on some sort of scrap so that i don't waste any of the glimmer mist. That way when ever i need a scrap of paper or something it is already glimmer misted for me. I will have a video up tonight of the steps i take to create these specific flowers. I just think they are so cute, in my last mini i even used it as a pocket for tags. I love how grungy they are, as well as that you can personalize the colors. For these flowers i used my Cricut Expression and the French Manor Cartridge. You guys will laugh when you watch the video because i was lost without my gypsy. I hope they give us an update soon!!
Thanks for reading and let me know what you think about the flowers!!
I just wanted to let everyone know how in love i am with this cartridge. I already have so many ideas for it, but i have not really cut anything out with it yet because i can't use my Gypsy for it. I am waiting for Provo Craft to give us an update, i am really hoping it will be sometime this week. I am currently working on a mini album of my husband and my son. I am using paper by Graphic 45 "A Proper Gentleman" collection (what a surprise LOL). I am having so much fun creating the mini, but i would like to incorporate French Manor cart in the mini. I need to be able to manipulate some of the images, so that is why i am waiting to make any cuts from the cartridge. It is so weird how i can not even use (or do not want to use LOL) my cricut without my Gypsy. Seriously, can you tell how much i love my Gypsy :)