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52: Episode 10: Quick Flower Card using Cricut Art Philosophy

Welcome to a new episode of the “52 craft series“! Today I’m using the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge to make a pretty flower card using the Cricut Expression 2.  Come see it all take place in the video below!

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Here’s what I’m making in the video!

Can’t wait to try this cartridge?  You can order it from Melanie who is a Close To My Heart consultant.  Click here to go to her CTMH page or come back anytime and look on the right hand side of my blog under “Awesome Crafty Shopping”.  You can find a link to her page there too!

Disclosure: The cartridge used in this post was sent to me by CTMH consultant, Melanie Brown.

Happy Crafting!

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  1. Hi Joy, you get my CREATIVE day going! Love your cheerful voice and always fun ideas. How funny is it that I just did that card last night...love that cart! Thanks for the tips and I agree, NO spraying chemicals, I don't even do it outside anymore after years of spraying wicker baskets in different colors, I did some lung damage. Hope you have a wonderful day ....thanks for sharing. Creative Wishes www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com
    1. Hi Claire S, I am so sorry to hear about your lung damage after years of spray painting baskets! That's terrible. I will definitely remember to keep spraying to a minimum and outside when I do. That's a fun card to do, isn't it? I love that it's so quick and pretty! Have a great week! ~Joy~
  2. Joy, It was so good to view your video! Thank you for including the "craft fails." It made me realize I'm not the only one who has those! If you could only see how many fails I have made and given to my granddaughter to play with! Well, at least I'm recycling! MCF's Mimi
    1. Cathy R, You're definitely not the only one with crafty fails! I think your "fail" recycling is the best! I know your granddaughter enjoys that! Thank you for letting me know you enjoyed the "craft fails" part of the video. I think making mistakes is part of the process. Hey, a lot of times we can just call those mistakes..."distressed"! ;) ~Joy~

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