Here is a card I made for a young man in my church that is heading out on his mission for two years. I can't remember where he is going but I know it's in the states so that is why I chose to do more of a red/white/blue theme. This image is cut from the Simply Charmed Cricut cartridge. I cut out everything but the face. I love the Simply Charmed cartridge but not a fan of everything having a face on it. Luckily I have my Gypsy to hide those cuts. :)
The designer paper for the tie came from my Imagine. I used the Heirloom Imagine cartridge and printed off a sheet of that paper. I then used that in my Expression to cut out the image. The reason I did this is because I wanted to tilt the top knot at an angle so it looks like the tie is actually "tied". If that makes any sense. :) I hand cut out the badge.
The card is an A2 size card, the red layer is 4" x 5.25" and the Simply Charmed shirt/tie cut is at 5".
Imagine Heirloom cartridge
Simply Charmed Cricut Cartridge
PTI - White, Pure Poppy, True Black and Blueberry Sky cardstock
White Gel pen
~ Thanks for looking!
Monday, June 27, 2011
Good Luck Missionary
Posted by Simply Pam at 12:01 AM
Labels: Church, Cricut - Simply Charmed, Imagine - Heirloom, Man/Boy
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What a great card idea for a missionary! I bet he will love it.
Really great card- I love it! Love how you popped out the shirt collar! :)Amy
I love this cut!!! I am not a big fan of faces either but it is nice occasionally. Great job!!!!
Awesome job. Yes, this particular card definitely needed the face hidden. I love that we can hide stuff on the Gypsy depending on what we are going for. And brilliant idea on the tie! It does look it is really tied! Hugs- Glora
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