I’ve finally figured out where the Cricut cuts and it’s opened a whole new world for me ;) And having SCAL (Sure Cuts A Lot program) helps too.
Here’s a few Christmas cards as well as Pop’s birthday card, he turns 69 tomorrow. We are heading over there for a fondue dinner but I think we’ll all snack before we go because don’t ya find yourself hungry after doing fondue? My idea of a fondue is to use the basket from my deep fryer, those piddly little forks with teeny chunks of meat just don’t feed my logger :)
The tree on the first card was a svg file from Free Svg’s blog. I guess I’m an “earthy” kind a gal ‘cause I really like the colours… it’s about time eh? Maybe I can figure out this colour coordination thing after all, I was beginning to think a person has to be born with the skill ;) The other two Christmas cards were placed in the Cricut so the design on the paper was in the right spot, then some embellishments added to compliment.
I dug out my looms and, boy oh boy, were they dusty! It’s been awhile since I’ve loomed but I find it’s like riding a bike; you don’t forget much. I whipped up two hats in short order, the blue one using Isela’s small gauge loom and the white one using the green round loom from Knifty Knitters. While digging for wool I found a scarf that I started on needles last year, and only needed to bind it off, so it’s been added to this year’s Christmas collection too.