Card Making with Cricut
search

Card Making with Cricut

Card Making with CricutCard Making with Cricut
Edited by: Tanya Fox
Gifted by Annie's Attic
www.annies-publishing.com

 

From Annie’s Attic you can get into this paper crafting hobby. In this 48-page book you can find everything from shower invitations to thank you cards and love notes to special occasion papercrafts. You can find something for every occasion in this book.
 

Make greeting cards with Cricut from Provo Craft. Just choose your favorite cartridge, load your paper and you're ready to begin. With an endless assortment of letters, shapes and phrases to choose from, your design options are limitless. You can create the perfect greeting card for any occasion, in no time.

Your Recently Viewed Projects

Leave a Comment

Rate

Cancel Reply to Comment

Thanks for your comment. Don't forget to share!

I have a cricut machine and this would be ideal for me. I always need more ideas for cards for all occasions. I've seen these books at Michael's and they are so expensive. Money is tight right now and I can't justify buying one of these books at this time. I would love to win this. The ideas seem unique and colorful.

I have a cricut machine and LOVE making cards. I make them for everyone now and even make my own envelopes. I'm always looking for new ideas and would love this book

I bought a Cricut machine because my husband wants me to start making cards and scrapbook pages, but I have not bought any books with ideas in them yet and without ideas, I am not very creative.

I bought a Cricut machine because my husband wants me to start making cards and scrapbook pages, but I have not bought any books with ideas in them yet and without ideas, I am not very creative.

I bought a Cricut machine because my husband wants me to start making cards and scrapbook pages, but I have not bought any books with ideas in them yet and without ideas, I am not very creative.

I really like doing crafts they are fun i hope i win.

I know the quality of Annie's Attic books, etc... I just wish this book review had just a bit more meat to really make me want to purchase it. Thanks cedar

Close

Report Inappropriate Comment

Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action.

Thank you for taking the time to improve the content on our site.

Reader Faves

Join our community of 5 million crafters!

Thank You for Signing Up!
There was an issue signing you up. Please check your email address, and try again.

More from "Book Reviews"

 

 

Close Window