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    I made the following card using my Cricut, Cricut Design Studio, and a .cut file from the Custom Crops website:
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    Thats flat out the most beautiful hand made card I've ever seen wdwgrandma. How long did it take??



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    Believe it or not, it didn't take that long. The hardest part was picking out the papers to use.

    The card front is 3 layers thick - with pop dots between the layers.
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    Gorgeous!!







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    That's beautiful!

    Long time no 'see' donna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 143867
    That's beautiful!

    Long time no 'see' donna.
    Thanks, Ducky! It has been awhile. There just aren't enough hours in the day, it seems.
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    Beautiful card Donna

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    thats stunning, whats the cricut? is it a special card marking template?

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    The Cricut is a machine used to cut out shapes in various sizes. It uses cartridges that you purchase separately, and the cartridges are usually themed. I have one that is called Mickey and Friends. It has the Fab 5 along with their "icons'. I also have Dreams Come True and Happily Ever After, which are both Disney Princess based.
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    I cant believe someone made that it looks so professional

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