1.25.2012

Greeting Cards Inside & Out: Part Two

My inspiration for this cartridge was pulled from modern letterpressed greeting cards and stationery. I was especially inspired by all of the trendy letterpress patterns and colors. When you really look at the cartridge, you will notice this influence with my paper patterns.

One of my favorite things to do with my Imagine is to print on textured cardstock. It adds a depth to the prints. Below are all the patterns from the Greeting Cards Inside and Out cartridge printed on white textured cardstock. These photos are from the official Cricut blog.

9 comments:

Sis Patterson said...

Although I am totally enraptured with the fantastic cards, I will be buying this cartridge because of these wonderful letterpress-inspired prints. You have made my heart sing with these! To quote, thank you, thank you very much!

L.B. said...

Already ordered it and can not wait to have it in my hands to work with...Love the green patterns the most!

Diane Hodrick said...

I ordered it too. These patterns are gorgeous. I love printing on textured cardstock...and really love that the pattern adjusts to size when you flood fill. Can't wait for this one to get here!

Pat N. said...

Great colors; especially like the aqua and golds, greens, and red and blues! Well all of them!!--Pat

Jill said...

LOVE Love Love...these patterns! Gorgeous! I want some curtains made from some of these patterns...think you could help?! ha! Smiles, Jill

Nadia (WithGlitteringEyes.com) said...

This cart is tops on my wish list. Love the artwork- love the papers too! This is just the kind of Imagine cart we have been needing!

Elizabeth B. Jensen said...

Where have I been that I never saw this post...oh ya, I remember! I really love the patterned papers for this cartridge, you really have a way of giving us great patterns/colors/designs/images. And all the great patterns on this cartridge are so on-trend right now! I'd give it an "Excellent, A!!!!"

Diane Hodrick said...

Good Morning Jensen Family,
I hope all is well in the land of the your newly expanded family.

I have had time to play with my new cart and I ADORE it. I can see lots of use in its future.

I made a charm for a charm swap I am in on the cricut messageboard with one of your images, and thought you might like to see it. Here is a link to my blog post:

http://www.horsebunny.blogspot.com/2012/02/im-so-charming.html

I think every image on this cart may get shrunk. I can't wait to bake some rhinestones into Elvis. ;) Thanks for sharing your talent.

Diane

MulticrafterAmy said...

This cartridge is next on my list. :)