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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Side Step Birthday Card-Sweet Treats Cricut Cartridge


Step aside!!! Who's birthday is coming up? I am out of birthday cards, so I need to get in gear and stock up on b-day cards.
Here is a link to a written tutorial for the side step card.
http://cardcreationsbylorraine.blogspot.com/search/label/Christmas%20Cards
I made several of these at Christmas time. Enjoy the video, and thanks for joining me.
Lorraine

10 comments:

  1. Love that card Lorraine, I don't consider myself a card maker but Im going to try this. Thanks for sharing. You are one dedicated lady to be doing Videos while traveling. :)

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  2. 3 words - coolest card ever!!!
    (and I have this cartridge!!!! Woohooo!!)

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  3. Love the card Lorraine, I have the bases cut out but can't seem to find the time to add the goodies to it. LOL Oh yeah and, LOVE my Score board by the way, Thanks again!

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  4. very birthday-y card! Thanks for the video tutorial!

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  5. Awesome card! I can't wait to try this!! Thank you for sharing as always :)

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  6. lovely. your instructions are clear and you color choice and cut image choice superb.
    The link you have given has some awesome cards too.
    TFS

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  7. Thanks for checking out my first tutorial Lorraine! I love to do inking. I learned by watching Tim Holtz videos on his blog. He has a lot of really cool techniques and it always leaves me motivated and inspired. You can use any inks too, not just his. You have tons of tutorials! =) Your blog and projects are so cute. I really like the grunge flowers! Thanks again! =)

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  8. Love your blog! you are so talented and make such cute things! I just joined your blog. Thanks for sharing your incredible work.
    Kathy

    myscrappycupcake.blogspot.com
    (come join mine!)

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  9. Thanks for some great videos Lorraine - this card is one that I'm going to try now that you've shown how it's done - so thanks heaps and please keep the videos coming as they're so helpful.
    Margaret

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