Close To My Heart/Cricut Artiste Collection Cartridge and coordinating stamp sets and chipboard pieces. I am in love, love, love!
|CTMH/Cricut Artiste Collection|
Here's how it works:
- Call or email me with your order for the Cricut Artiste Collection (only $99 for a value of over $130 worth of products). You cannot take advantage of this special by ordering on my website or by putting it on your Play Group order. It has to be a separate order you place by calling or emailing me. Deadline is Saturday, August 25 at 5 pm MST. That only gives you 5 days. Vie me a call or email me right away (801.360.9896, firstname.lastname@example.org)
- I will enter your name in a drawing. For every three collections purchased I will draw one of the tickets and that lucky ticket will get a $40 shopping spree of items in the Autumn/Winter 2012 Idea Book as well as any 1 item of their choice in the Idea Book at half price.
- I will be drawing for my prize winners on Monday, August 27 and will announce the winners here on my blog that day.
"Why?" you may ask, "Why would you offer this deal?" The answer is because I love the fact that I can! I want you, my valued customers, to have a chance at some of the brand new items in the new Autumn/Winter Idea Book that just came out for FREE, while getting one of my favorite items, the new Artiste Collection at the same time. Once you have it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it!
Now let me give you a few more details about this awesome cartridge and collection. The Cricut® Artiste cartridge includes 700 images that help you create themed projects, interactive cards, 3-D items, party ensembles and more! Did you know that most cartridges only have 60-80 images and sell for approximately $40-60? In addition to the 700 images, the cartridge comes with three exclusive stamp sets and three Dimensional Elements chipboard sheets designed to coordinate with cartridge images.
Just for fun, here are a few items I created with this cartridge:
|Do you love the shape the "wedding kisses" words are centered on? I used the "x" key with the Accent 4 button to create this shape.|
|How about these place cards? The card, and the placket were created using the "2" key and the Card and Accent 2 butons.|
|The card and envelope for this wedding dinner invitation were made using the "x" key and the Card button.|