Quick back story:
I’ve wanted a cricut for years! But I truly feared my brain fog would interfer with all the learning I was sure came with the machine.
My oldest son this year tried to find me one for Christmas, I found out later of this and said to him it was not meant to be, glad he didn’t waste his money.
But Mr D had other plans, he told me we would find one as soon as there was stock and purchase one, no more wishing only.
Micheals had them on sale for boxing day (Decemebe 26th here in Canada) I didn’t get too excited, even when my online order went through, these things were as hard to get as toilet paper! And from what I’ve read still not well stocked today.
Indeed it was in stock!, and I received my email for pick up on the 27th and have been loving all the things it can create ever since, I chose a teal blue air 2
I may not ever learn all its capabilities, nor perfect the projects I have learned, but that doesn’t matter
These will be donated by me, to be distributed to frontline workers locally.
You can click on the dandelion and bee and the bottom of the page for the pngs that you can use in your cricut design space.
You want to size them to 4inches wide x 5 inches high in design space. The bee has yellow craft paper glued to the back and you want to create a square in design space for that in the size of 4 inches w x 2.75 inches high
Click HERE (dandelion) and HERE (bee) for the postcard backs, print them on 8.5 x 11 cardstock and hand cut out. (Cricut’s are capable of print and cut but I tried, failed, gave up lol) if you want to do a blank backing to hand write on, the size is 3.25 inches wide x 4.35 inches high.
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