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December 18, 2011


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Eleanor this is gorgeous, I love it x


That's gorgeous!! I need to find out more about these cricut things. Are they expensive?


oooh simply stunning!


Stunning Eleanor. I would love to try this as it looks so serene and pure. What size did you set for cutting the snowflakes? Think I have a piece of white net and I think this would do for wrapping the mountboard. I have been using my Cricut every day last week as I have been making a scrapbook as a 65th birthday gift for my dd's father on law.I remember why I love my Cricut??


Hi Catriona, lovely to hear from you. I cut at 2.5", having tried 3" which was a bit big. The net would be perfect, and cutting the mountboard was the only arduous part of the whole thing, if I was doing another I would use the white polystyrene base that some pizzas come on, but it was a spur of the moment thing and didn't have one.
I too recall why i love my Cricut, and i think I will treat myself to a new cartridge or 2 in January, now that it is out of its box for the first time since we came to Scotland.
Lianne mine is the smaller one, a cricut create, which cuts 6" wide, UKS sponsors have them, approx £160, or there's the Cricut Expression 12" wide, which is about £300. Carts are from 20 - 45 ish.
There are other electronic die-cutters but I'm happy with my Cricut.


Really lovely.


Fabulously icy wreath! Love it! Happy, happy Christmas to you x


Beautiful, I need to use my Cricut more too.
Love the icy feel of it.


This is a lovely idea, thank you for sharing it. Val x


Simpy stunning x


Utterly beautiful and very delicate (and I am in awe of your creativity)


So pretty!


Just wonderful!

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