Thursday, May 28, 2009

Garden Gate .cut file

I had fun working with this shape card designed by...paper scissors ink, is it not just amazing the work she put into this file? Take the link above, the .cut file is available on her blog.

Card closed...


card open...


Product list...
Cricut Expression
Cricut Design Studio
Cricut George and Basic Shape Cartridge
Cricut Plantin Schoolbook Cartridge
PTI card stock, and Ink
PTI Anniversary set
PTI Floral Frenzy
Scallop Punch

Don't have to tell you how much I love flowers, IRL, paper or crocheted. This year DH and the girls planted a vegetable garden for us in the back yard, hopefully it is in a more prime spot compared to the first year we moved here when it did not grow so well.
Then God said, "Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds." and
God saw that it was good.
Genesis 1:11-12

Happy Stamp Day!

5 comments:

Amy said...

Sara, I love this! It is absolutely gorgeous--I love the flowers behind the garden gate! VERY nice work! I will not buy a Cricut...I will not buy a Cricut...LOL!

Jen said...

Awesome garden gate! Love it!

BoxerBrats said...

I am amazed at how everyone has done such cool things with their cricuts. I am still learning to use mine. I wish I did have the basics and George cartridges for things like that.

I hope you don't mind me asking that you check out an entry I made over at http://www.theoriginalscrapbox.com/ with my boxer dog layout. I am hoping to win a contest they have for their ScrapDesk.

If you have time would you check out my entry and maybe send me a vote? I really appreciate it.

Thanks,

Laura

click to see my entry

Wanda. said...

WOW Sara, the gate is SO cool! You are SO good with the Cricut!!! I'm still in the thinking stage of getting one.

Susan aka "Crunchy" said...

Oh my word!! This is just breath taking!! I love the dsp that you created, so beautiful! And that gate is just too cute!!