Friday, April 15, 2016

Rose Blossom Blog Hop - Creating with Close To My Heart Cricut Cartridges


Welcome to the Rose Blossom Blog Hop! Come follow Close To My Heart consultants from the Rose Blossom team as we share our creations using Close To My Heart's Cricut cartridges in celebration of April's Consultant sign-up special!


If you came here from Kim Hill's lovely blog, you are on the right path. If you get lost along the way, come back here and go to the bottom of the page for the blog hop list.


Cricut Cartridge: Artbooking - when I thought about this photo, the first image that popped into my mind was the beautiful tree overlay. The flowers, camera and title are also all from Artbooking.

Technique: I used watercolors to create a splattered background and backed the tree overlay with different pieces of cardstock and patterned paper. 

Fun Fact: This photo is of me and my cousins. Apparently, I got stuck with the short gene. :)  
Now it's time for you to keep moving on the hop!  Head on over to Mary's amazing blog and see her beautiful artwork!

6 comments :

Kim Sparks said...

Such a beautiful page. I love, love, LOVE Zoe and this page reminds me why! You used the patterns so wonderfully, I adore your cuts and the white base!

Brenda said...

I would never have thought to use that overlay like that. What a special layout you created with this photo. Great post and great layout, Morgan!

Marg Van Patten said...

You may have been stuck with the short gene but you were gifted with a creative gene! I really appreciate how you kept this page very clean yet it contains alot of great details. I'll most certainly be looking to use Artbooking overlays like you did here ... thanks for the inspiration!

Kristine Porter said...

Love your layout! Cousins are the best, aren't they? I never get enough time with mine! That tree cut out is one of my favorites! Nicely done!!

Mary Newman said...

What an adorable layout Morgan. The tree and colors you chose are perfect. The watercolor splats add a great touch. Super work!

Lynn said...

Love this layout. I never thought of creating that tree in a smaller scale, it's beautiful with the paper piecing. The title layered over the camera is a really nice touch too.