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You Take the Cake

Hi Friends! Today, I have another DT post from My Cricut Craft Room.  To day is card day and to use a Just Because Theme.  I decided to do a card from Just Because cart. I pick one of the designs on the cart and tweaked the design a little bit from the picture in the handbook...

Sentiment cut @ 2"
Cake cut @ 2"
Pink lace scallop frame cut @ 4"
stickles added to the cake layers
framed doodled on the white card stock 

Hope you like it!

Cuttlebug Mania- Anything goes
Die Cutting Divas- Just Because
Exploring Cricut- Use two die cuts

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


  1. I love how you changed this from the handbook-your paper and cut choices are perfect! Thanks for joining us at Exploring Cricut.

  2. Great card Sandy!! Love the cake and the papers your used. Thank you so very much for joining our 'Cricut Choice' challenge at Exploring Cricut!!!! :)

  3. Super sweet card! TFS at DCD's challenge this week.

  4. This is so super cute!! I have got to pull that cartridge out and play along. I love it.
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART Thankful Thursday #116 Back to school !! challenge, Have a great day I just became a follower on bloglovin
    DIANA L.

  5. Great job! Thanks for entering at Exploring Cricut.

  6. looks so yummy. Very cute. TFS with us at DCD

  7. What a super cute card! Love the colors you used! Thanks for joining us at DCD this week!

  8. Thank you for joining in at Cuttlebug Mania but sadly we cannot accept your entry even though it is beautiful. Entries must use a manual die-cutting machine such as a Cuttlebug or BigShot. Please join us again soon x


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