Cricut Maker Machine

Monday, January 25, 2010

BBTB2 Love Stamp Cut

I am running a bit late today on getting my BBTB2 project loaded to both the BBTB2 site and to my blog.  The challenge this week was to use the Love Stamp cut from the Sweethearts cartridge.  I made this sweet valentine which includes cuts from five different cartridge:  Sweethearts, Calligraphy, Love Struck, Easter 2010 and Tie the Knot.

I used Bazzill pink bling cardstock, smooth white cardstock, one sheet of Basic Grey Sugared cardstock and two prints from SEI's Juliette line.  I love the shimmer in the SEI paper!!!

I finished off the front of the card with Prima flowers and American Crafts ribbon.  Inside I added the phrase "Be My Valentine" from the Calligraphy cartridge.  I also cut a an extra heart from Sweethearts and sweet border from Easter 2010. 

I love this couple on Love Struck.  Speaking of Love Struck, WHAT A GREAT CARTRIDGE!!!!  I am so enjoying the 2010 seasonal mini carts.  Be sure and get your before they are gone!!


  1. Susan this is sooooo romantic and beautiful. Sandi


  3. Oh my gosh. This is so over the top! Love it! Such pretty, inctricate details. And P.S. I've missed visiting your blog lately!! It's time for me to catch up!

  4. Susan--Your card this week is simply incredible. I love how you put that couple cut on top of the heart. It's just gorgeous. Lucky you having all those cartridges already.

  5. Wow! Wow! Wow!! I love how you used so many cartridges! This is so beautiful and you are so creative. I love that heart with the couple. *sigh* It looks like another cart I have to buy.

  6. Susan you are truly amazing. I'm new to using my Cricut, although I have had it since summer, and have decided that this is the year to truly start using everything I've horded for the past year. I've spent most of the afternoon browsing for inspiration and was floored by what you have done. You are my muse. I've spend the past 2 hours just looking for ideas that you've created because your style matches more with what I'm looking for. I hope to one day be able to create half as well as you do with my own ideas. Sorry for rambling on, new to all this and am very excited. Could you possibly tell me where you find your supplies our local Michael's has very limited selections.