This is Kristy Day from Provo Craft. Summer is quickly approaching and when I think of summer, I think of rodeos, fairs and taking my little boy to see all the animals on the farm. Summer is such a great time to catch up on some scrapbooking and card making. Send out a card just to say hello and let your loved ones know that you are thinking of them or create the perfect invitation to a family reunion or summer event. And with the Cricut Personal Electronic Cutter, it makes paper crafting so fun and easy.
This adorable page was made using the Cricut County Fair cartridge. It is fantastic; it has so many great images of farm animals to choose from. Whether I am creating a country card for a friend or scrapbooking my sons’ farm pictures, I know that I have the right tools to make them look their best. I hope ya’all like this page and I hope that is has inspired you to pull out the Cricut and get crafty!
Capture the lil’ buckaroo in your life with this cute layout!
Skill Level: Easy
Time: 1 hour
Cricut® Personal Electronic Cutter
Cricut® Best Images of 2007 cartridge
Cardstock: light blue, dark blue, white, yellow, pale yellow, red, black, brown, light brown, peach, ivory, green, gray
Brads: 2 red, 1 blue
Buttons: 2 white
Crystal dots: 2 black
Best Images of 2007 cartridge
4 ¾” tree
2 ½” sun
1. Ink edges of all cuts except cowboy. Use q-tip to add chalk to cowboy’s cheeks instead. Use crystal dots as eyes.
2. Trim one 5 ¼” x 7 ¼” block of dark blue cardstock. Trim one 5″ x 7″ block of white cardstock. Layer together. Tie a piece of bandana around blocks.
3. Cut a block of light brown cardstock by hand to create ground. Adhere to one 12″ x 12″ sheet of light blue cardstock. Adhere tree and sun to layout as shown so that parts of the images hang over the edge. Trim overhang.
4. Adhere photo block to layout as shown. Adhere barn and cowboy to layout as shown using foam squares. Ink edges of layout.
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