Now, the original card had a cute little Scottie Dog at the bottom as well as a sentiment cut out in the word bubble.
I easily used the contour feature in Cricut Design Space to hide the cuts so they are not in the final card. I LOVE how Design Space (for the Explore machine) and Cricut Craft Room (for the other Cricut machines) make my images go so much farther--PLUS the software is FREE to use!
To hide the image, just follow these simple steps:
The word, "telephone" appears at the top of this booth, but I am using it as a police call box for my Dr. Who fan...so I had to add a bit of sparkle! You can also use the hide contour feature to hide this one--unfortunately, I didn't realize it until I had cut it out already, lol! ;)
See how the front opens?
I just traced the booth onto White Daisy CS to back it for the card front.
These Stuck on You Puffies provided the perfect addition to my sentiment. I used my Carmine ShinHan Touch Twin Alcohol Ink Marker to make it truly red instead of the dark pink it was originally. I am linking up with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge with this little ink tip (even though they are a different brand.)
It turns out that I added that bow tie AFTER making a little mistake with my ink...but always remember, there are no mistakes, just opportunities for embellishment! ;)
Artfully Sent Collection comes with ALL these fantastic sentiments for your cards...
Do you see the "Happy Birthday" that I used on mine?
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