Simple Elegant Thank You Cards

I love the elegant handmade vintage look of these thank you cards! Happy Friday everybody! Holla!!! I mean, nothing better than Friday’s, am I right? I’m super excited to share another rockin’ use I’ve found for my Cricut explore machine… thank you cards! Really, cards of any kind. I am still such a newbie when it comes to the Cricut, I really know next to nothing about it’s capabilities, but I do know one thing… that machine is a genius. A genius I tell you.

Oh, not to mention it is the second month of the Cricut Design Star challenge, and my team is totally rocking it! They are all way more creative than I am, you have to check out their amazing projects! Our theme this month was “floral”.

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  1. The Sweet Escapes Floral Cake Topper
  2. East Coast Creative’s Photo Backdrop
  3. Andrea’s Notebook Floral Pinwheel
  4. Sew Creative’s Paper Bridal Bouquet
  5. Pars Caeli’s Flower Lights
  6. Petit a Petit and Family’s Birthday Kit
  7. Suburban Bitches’ Floral Chandelier
  8. Pretty Providence’s Simple Elegant Thank You Cards
  9. The Sweet Escape’s Wedding Cake Topper
  10. That Girl Katie’s Floral Vases
  11. Sew Creative’s Flower Girl Barrettes
  12. Simply Sadie Jane’s Flower Stamped Cake and Flower Party Hats

Make sure you check them all out, you won’t be sorry!

I love the elegant handmade vintage look of these thank you cards! Guys. These cards were so easy. I literally made a little design that I liked in photoshop, then uploaded the design in Cricut design space, loaded in the metallic pens and printed on cardstock… I mean. It’s idiot proof. Then, I literally stared slack jawed as my machine just pounded out these pretty designs. Amazing.

Oh, if you have a Cricut yourself you should totally go to cricut.com and enter the Cricut I Made It! contest! Anyone can win and there are super low entries right now! cricut i made it

I love the elegant handmade vintage look of these thank you cards! Oh, the pretty floral wreaths I used come from the we lived happily ever after blog. I just love that site.. so much pretty! I love the elegant handmade vintage look of these thank you cards! Needless to say, I love my Cricut. I will probably never buy a thank you card again! Happy crafting everybody!

xo,

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P.S. If you missed round one of the Cricut design star contest check out my awesome DIY hashtag shirts!

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    Diana

    So cool what the Cricut can do! I love how these turned out, good luck!