Yesterday, I showed you a layout I made which showcased photo from a recent trip to the Missouri Botanical Garden's Lantern Festival. I had a few more pictures of the beautiful lanterns that I wanted to included in my book. So I added a pocket scrapbook pages to my album with a few more of the pictures.
2019 Update: Our retired Cricut image collections are now available to purchase using my special Cricut link! The Artfully Sent Cricut collection was first released by Close To My Heart in 2014 in a physical cartridge bundle. It retired a few years later without being offered as a digital-only collection. This made all of these great images unavailable to anyone who was unfortunate enough to miss out on this cartridge while it was available.
This fall (2019), Close To My Heart began a new partnership with Cricut which allows all of our image collections, including retired collections like Artfully Sent, to be purchased using special links only available from Close To My Heart consultants! This is an exciting development because many of you missed these collection the first time around.
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Note that the Artfully Sent images are also available in Cricut Access or can be purchased individually in Design Space for $1.99 for each project and $6.99 for the font. However, the best value is to purchase the full collection which includes all 700 individual images (projects plus font) for just $49.95. You can subscribe to Access or purchase the full collection on Cricut.com. (If you use the Cricut link in this post for your purchases, I'll earn a small commission. Thank You!)
I used the same Zoe paper as the layout and cut out a few cards using the Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge.
Both the flower and arrow cards are found on p. 17 of the handbook. The camera is an image on the new Artistry cartridge. I cut the third card out with the paper trimmer and a corner rounder.
Stamping on these cards is from the Hello, Life! Pocket Scrapbooking stamp set that is exclusively available during September.
Click this link to learn more about this and the other two stamp sets issued this month to celebrate National Stamping Month.