Cricut Creates Corner

Cricut Creations by CTMH Linda Creates ~ Linda Caler www.lindacreates.com

 

Welcome to my Cricut Creates Corner!  Close to My Heart offers 6 exclusive Cricut Collections, 3 of which are retired! If you don’t have one of the retired ones,  please check with me and see if I have it because I do have a few left.   Get more information from the drop-down pages on each cartridge to include videos, pictures, and links to resources.  Your creativity level soars when you add these collections to your basket of tools. Ask me about my classes you can set up to learn more about how to use these cartridges to expand your creativity. Rumor has it, we may be getting a new cartridge in August 2017!  I can’t wait to see.

 

THE CRICUT and CTMH STAMP IMAGES

Cricut and Close To My Heart are a perfect combination. Close To My Heart has released 100+ My Acrylix stamp sets which pair wonderfully with shapes on all their Cricut® Cartridges.

As usual, Close to My Heart makes it fast, simple and easy to create!!  If you look closely at the stamp sets in the Idea Book, you’ll see some of the stamp images are outlined in red.  This means the stamp set coordinates with a particular Cricut Cartridge.  Which cartridge you use is now marked on the transparency storage sheet.   What size you need to cut the image is on the transparency storage sheet. Cut out the coordinating shape with your Cricut machine using the size indicated on the stamp’s carrier sheet, then stamp your image on the base shape—quick and easy!  You can view all Cricut Collections HERE.  Under each collection, you can see all the coordinating stamps.

Cricut_Mat_Tips

CricutMachines (Expressions)

Cricut Explorer Family

Cricut Explorer User Manual

Cricut Design Space Support

CricutSettingsChart (Expressions Machines)

Do you need help learning how to use your Cricut? Let me know and I can help you out.  You’ll be a master in no time.  =)

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