All-occasion Cards with Cricut

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Tanya Fox
DRG, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 48 pages
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Demonstrating that simple yet elegant handcrafted cards are fun and quick to make, this instructional resource for using the popular Cricut personal cutting machine helps papercrafters make one-of-a-kind cards. Crafters select their favorite Cricut cartridge, load paper, cut, and assemble to create personalized messages with the help of easy-to-follow project instructions. Sentiments include birthday, get well, sympathy, thank you, congratulations, and "thinking of you."

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just ok

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I expected more projects for what I paid for. It's just ok. Nothing to get excited about. ... Read full review

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DRG Publishing is a leader in craft-book publications and includes the imprints American School of Needlework, Annie's Attic, House of White Birches, and the Needlecraft Shop.

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