Get your Cricut out of the box or dust it off. It's time to learn some new skills at the Flower Market Cricut Workshop.
You're invited to join me for a virtual Cricut class next Sunday (May 17). We’ll make the three projects pictured and described below using the amazing Flower Market Cricut collection. When you make these projects, you'll learn both basic and advanced Design Space skills. I'm so excited to teach you how to make these beautiful projects.
If you've attended one of my workshops before, these are two changes. First, this is now a virtual event which has both limitations but also some advantages over a live event. The most obvious benefit of a virtual class is that you will not need to pack up your machine, laptop, other tools and supplies to travel to where ever I am. You will have the convenience of working in your normal space without the inconvenience of packing and unpacking. We’ll also be able to share community without the pressure to keep up with the person across the table or feeling guilt for working ahead.
Second, for this workshop, you'll get a guide that includes both step-by-step directions and Design Space links to the completed projects. You choose whether to design the projects from scratch or to jump straight to cutting.
Sending Sunshine Card
This cheerful card will brighten the day of whoever you send it to. Your kit includes the solid and patterned cardstock, foil paper plus the card base and envelope.
May Flowers (Iris) Layout
Just in time for your late spring pictures, this layout features just one of then many flowers in the Flower Market collection. You're going to love creating these iris and fern bouquets.
Pot of Succulents
The last project is this gorgeous pot of succulents. Optional sponging technique adds fun detail to these 3-D plants.
- I Heart Us Paper
- Foil Paper
- Card base & envelope
- Paper mache flower pot
- Dual Track Printable Guide, with step-by-step directions plus Design Space links to completed projects
- Virtual "Live" Workshop Meeting
New Dual Track ClassesThe printable workshop guide includes step-by-step directions for each project. For each project, you will be guided through the design, cutting and assembly process. These directions will give you the opportunity to learn how to do intermediate and advanced techniques in Design Space. The format will look very familiar if you have attended one of my Cricut classes before.
New with this workshop, the guide with also include links to completed projects in Design Space. If you are new to Design Space or just want a fast track to finishing the projects, you can use these links and focus on basic skills rather than the advanced techniques used to design the projects. The addition of the Design Space links creates a beginner and advanced track for the projects. You choose which track is best for you!
New Virtual Workshop FormatEach workshop will have a schedule date and time for a virtual workshop using Zoom. The session will begin with a walk through the steps of each project. I’ll point out any challenges that you may have along the way and give you tips to avoid them. Once I have finished this portion, the classroom will remain open while you and others in the workshop work at your own pace. Together, we’ll discuss any questions or issues that come up along the way.
Additional Materials Needed:
- Cricut Explore or Maker machine, mat and tools
- Paper adhesives
- Liquid Glass
- Thistle & Pixie ink pads (optional)
- Sponge (optional)
- Images from the Flower Market Cricut Collection*
*You will need to either (a) subscribe to Cricut Access or (b) purchase these images prior to cutting the projects. If you wish to subscribe or purchase the entire Flower Market collection, you can do this using my personal Cricut affiliate link. Alternatively, you can purchase the individual images used in the projects in Design Space just before you cut. I also have two remaining copies of the digital-only collection on discounted to just $40. Let me know if you’d like to purchase one of them.