Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Cute Kitty Card Using Photographic Matte Paper

A special thanks to all of you for your encouragement and support. I have received so many comments and emails congratulating me on being selected for the Creative Critterz Imaginations Design Team.

Today I want to share with you my initial post, in case you missed it, along with a big thanks for all your kind words! I am truly blessed to have such wonderful viewers.

For this project I used the Cindy Loo Cricut cartridge and the Nursery Tails Imagine cartridge. Kitty is cut at 5.5 inches and I used all the layers including the shadow feature. The fun thing about this card is that you can make it with your Cricut. The only difference will be in your choice of papers.

The Imagine makes it so easy to quickly match prints and solid digital papers. One of my favorite things about the Imagine is that you can change the look of your cards by simply using different type of papers.

In the video below, I include examples of cards made with regular white card stock, photo glossy paper and photo matte paper. I also demonstrate how to make the Kitty card and how to use photographic matte paper in the Imagine.







Thanks for visiting and have a great day!


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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Linda, I love your card. Thanks for the informative video. I haven't tried other papers,but I will now.

Tina

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Tina. I am hvaing so much fun using different papers in my Imagine.

Linda

magdigioffre said...

I can't wait to try the matte photo paper with my Imagine. Thanks for the Video!Love the Cat and the colors!

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks for the nice comment. I am using up my Epson papers, and can't wait to try the HP ones. I know they will be great.

Craft Me This said...

Another Beauty. Congratulations also for being selected for the Creative Critterz Imaginations Design Team. How exciting.

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Barbara! I so love your blog.

Linda

Kate said...

What a gorgeous cat! I love those papers you've chosen - and you are so right about changing the look of a card simply by changing the colours or papers. I think your paper choice is perfect here though!!

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Kate! The Imagine makes it so easy. I will have another quick and easy Imagine card on Friday.

Linda

Anonymous said...

I love shaped cards and this one is adorable. Thank you for sharing.

Sue

Linda Kaiser said...

Sue: Thanks again for all your comments. You are always so supportive. I love shape cards and am glad to hear you also do!

Linda

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

Love your card. And you videos are so neat and clear to understand
TFS

Asplashhereandthere said...

Wow, Linda! I am going to have to put that photo paper on my list next time I'm at Costco. Thanks for the step by step tutorial on the kitty card - I'm not really a cat person but that cut is so stinking cute!

Staying Crafty said...

That turned out really pretty :)

Rizwan said...

I think your paper choice is perfect here though!!

plastic card printing

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