I added my rocker girl tear bear to a layout.
I used the tear teddy pattern and clothes from Treasure Box Designs.
The ipod is from another Treasure Box Designs pattern called “Quakers 4 School”.
For the bear punk skulls I used a Cricut cartridge called Rock Princess.
For a tutorial on how to make a tear bear using fleece go here.
How ’bout these cowboys, Matt and Luman.
The farm animals are from Cricut cartridges.
There’s been a shoe mix-up between Kora, Aunt Jeni, and Baiden! Silly kids.
The owls are from several different Cricut cartridges.
Jacob and Emily like their juice better in a sippy cup.
Or, maybe it’s their mom who likes their juice better in a sippy cup.
Fruit cutouts were created from Cricut cartridge “Simply Charmed”.
It’s funny when a baby has his or her first birthday.
They don’t know exactly what they did to make everyone sing and put a cake in front them but they dig right in and enjoy the moment. That’s the way life should be. )
The embellishments on this layout were made from Cricut cartridge “Birthday Bash”.
This layout was lots of fun to make. The BBQ food is from a Cricut cartridge called Simply Charmed. One of my favorite.
Cricut Expresion 2. It sounds like a great cutting machine if you are planning to use Cricut cartridges only. From what I have read so far, it will allow lots of designing of your page on the attached LCD screen. Once you get your page set up you can cut right from the screen just as it is displayed.It sounds really awesome. However, the manufacturer, Provo Craft, will no longer allow the Cricut to be used to cut from 3rd party programs such as Make-The-Cut.
So, if you are happy cutting with the Cricut cartridges only then the Expressions 2 sounds like a wonderful new machine. If you want to use SVG cutting files from a commputer program like Make-The-Cut you need a different cutting machine. I have the Zing which can be purchased at www.make-the-cut.com