Thursday, July 1, 2010

For those of you who know of the problem with my Cricut, well, I mailed it Wed, July 30 to Spanish Fork, UT. As of 9:55pm today, it is in No. Salt Lake, UT. Expected delivery to the facility in Spanish Fork is July 2.  Wow! that's fast. Supposedly, one was to go out to me as soon as they got confirmation that I had indeed mailed mine to them. Does anyone want to hazard a guess as to when I will have a new pink Cricut in my hands? 

I have been working on birthday cards. These cards were to be in the mail last Monday at the latest. They are all still sitting here. I was having a problem with them, they just didn't seem right. On June 28, I posted two cards that I was working on that needed something. The pink one with the balloons was definitely not finished and after removing the die cut and adding the word celebrate, the card on the left is what I ended up with.  I took this same design (which was a challenge design) removed the balloons, changed the colors and ended up with what you see on the right. I didn't put any bling on either card. The words and balloons are from the Celebrations cartridge. 
The lavender card that was posted on June 28 went into the recycle bin.

Now that I have the birthday cards for July done, I can relax. Ooops, did I say relax? This is July 1 and July swaps are now due. I will be working on them the rest of this week. 

Thank you for coming by, hope you enjoyed your visit.

6 comments:

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

You did a great job with the cards, it is so much fun to pick and cut with the Cricut.

Anna K said...

Nice cards!

CathyRose said...

Great cards! Hope you have your new Cricut soon!

Karen Howard said...

Wow, these are really great cards! Love what you are doing with that cricut!

Jean McKenzie said...

Hi, you are doing a great job with your Cricut! I have one and never use it - very bad! It must be way more exciting though to have classes and learn so much more about using one. And you have a pink one coming!! Wow!

Carrie said...

cute birthday cards, great job with the cricut.