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Title : Easy Cricut Christmas Shaker Cards | Simple Personalized Christmas Card Ideas
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I think your cards are fantastic and I find your videos very informative and engaging. I saw another video a couple of days ago about some hurtful comments you received after one of your videos. I find it disgusting that people would do such a thing and be so personal. I don’t understand how another person can be so mean to someone else for absolutely no reason. I just wanted to let you know that I think your amazing and inspiring for opening up about it. You are talented, funny and beautiful! Please keep doing what you love and making your videos. I know it’s easy to hold on to the negative comments and take it to heart so I hope these kind words can bring a little bit of positivity and maybe a smile. Your fans will stand by you and support you and the Internet bullies will never win!
If you cut one more of the images with the cut out center, but whole as it was before your weld and glue it over the welded card, you will have the total image without the chopped off circle, or chopped off tree, or chopped off star. I know it’s one more cut and one more piece of paper, but you have the original whole shape. Also if you do the inside pieces just a fraction smaller than the outside pieces you won’t have as much bulk and the card will close a little better.
LOVE those - so super cute. Such cooil designs. You're making me want that electronic cutter.....lol. I was thinking the other day while making my cards, how awesome would it be to NOT have to hand cut out 70 sentiments.....LOL. Why didn't I think to take my hat off?....lol. 😄😄😄
I was trying to replicate a die using my Cricut this morning and it wouldn't "prepare the mat" when I tried to set up the cutting out of the inside of the circles. Was going for a random bubble look. Then you pop up with the slice step. On the video I couldn't see where you accessed it but am going back to the Cricut after I hit send to see if I can use your method. I am sure that your video is one that I will watch over and over again because you included so many neat steps that I hadn't known about. Thanks so much!!! Always look forward to your card videos.