Hi all you beautiful bloggers/readers out there!!  I wanted to post a card I created using the Sonoma Paper Packet.  I love this paper!!  I have a challenge cutting my papers when they are so pretty.  It took me a while to actually cut this paper and to make something with it.  LOL!  I used my Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge for the three flowers.  I find myself using the Art Philosophy Cartridge for almost everything I create.  It is so versatile and can be used for all kinds of crafts.

For those of you not familiar with the Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge; here are a few facts.  It contains 700 images with 100 different cards.  It contains 3D flowers, tags, circles, squares, scallops, borders, lower and upper case alphabet, flowers, butterflies and so much more.  You can see the handbook on my blog on the right hand side of the page.  You don’t really need any other cartridge if you own this one unless you are wanting specific things like Disney or children characters.  You can get by with just this one.  I could have saved a lot of money if I had known this when I purchased my Cricut.  I use it 99% of the time and rarely use my others except when I am making children scrapbook pages.  See “Cricut Collection tab” on my blog for more information.

I used Mojo Monday Sketch #246 to make this card.

Supplies used for this card are:

Card base – 6 1/2 x 5

Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge for flowers

Card Stock – CTMH Bamboo and CTMH Smokey Plum

Paper – CTMH Sonoma Paper Packet

Ribbon – Offray

Bling – want2scrap.com

Foam Tape – CTMH 3-DFoam Tape

Adhesive – Tombow Adhesive

Thanks for visiting our Damask Diva website.  I hope I provided some inspiration to you today.  If you want more information about the products used for this card; you can visit my CTMH website at http://purpleglocreations.ctmh.com.  Visit my blog for additional cards I have created over the past few months at http://purpleglocreations.blogspot.com.  I would love to have you join me as a follower.  Leave a comment with your blog address so I can visit your blog to see your beautiful creations as well.

Remember – Keep On Creating!!