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April 27, 2010

Money Holder Card

Hi, it’s Wini from LooneyBugDesigns – also known as poohbearbaby on the Cricut Message Board.


I am so honored to be your guest designer today. Honestly it was kind of intimidating when I saw who the other designers were this month (talk about MAJOR TALENT) – but I figured we all have our own styles and I might just be able inspire someone out there. My style is fairly simple and my project today is no exception.


I wanted to make a card that was simple and easy to reproduce and since graduation is fast approaching I decided to make a money holder card. I love that this basic design can be used for any occasion (just change your color scheme) and can be decorated simply – as I have done today – or more elaborate to fit your own personal style.


I also decided to step out of my comfort zone and make a video of my card. This is my first “official” video and I have decided I hate my voice but it is what it is and I can’t change it – LOL! I know it isn’t the best video out there but it is a big step for me. I hope you enjoy it!


My project today features Tags, Bags, Boxes and More Cricut Cartridge and Plantin Schoolbook Cricut Cartridge.

My video is in 3 parts - guess I need to learn how to speed these up - but it isn't so bad for my first attemt.  If anyone wants offer any advice or tips - I would be more then happy hear them!










Here is the finished card and a close up of the flower and the "Bling" from the Spica Marker - LOVE THIS!





16 comments:

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

Looks so elegant and lovely. You did a great job!!!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Perfect project for this time of year and your instructions are easy to follow... hard to believe this is your first video!!! Great voice to. Thanks for sharing.

mum of two said...

This is a really great project!! Thanks for sharing - and your voice sounded just fine to me ;)

Bobbi said...

Very cute card.

FitterTwit said...

This is really great! You're right... perfect time of year!!!

TR said...

You did a fine job! And your voice
is lovely. Looking forward to more
videos. :D

TR


ps... did you see those little fingures
sneak in on the end of the last video?
hehehehehe One of your kiddies probably.

Kelly M said...

Lovely idea. Great video. Very clear instructions. Can't wait to use these for birthdays and christmas. Thanks for inspiring me

cissi said...

Great card and great video. You did a fantastic job on both. I can't wait to see more videos from you. Thank for the wonderful idea to use for graduation, birthdays, Christmas and so much more.

Dakota Bear said...

Really nice card! Thank you for the great idea. The tutorial is very well done, I learned a lot watching it.

kimmie said...

love it!!! is there a downloadable file for this?

flowerdisco said...

very pretty card...just in time too. love the opening for the money, yay!

Mary Ann said...

A very thorough, clear and creative video, Enjoyed and copied it on my gypsy while you gave instructions. I learned alot. Thanks so much!

Jillian Vance said...

Loved it, very nice and I can follow along!
Glad you did all three videos. Keep up the great work and designing!

Jillian
http://princessandthepaper.blogspot.com/

Marilyn said...

Great project and great presentation. Thank you for sharing.
Marilyn

Kim. said...

Beatiful money holder it has a really elegant look to it.
Kim xXx

scrappin'Staddie aka nana said...

I love the lil box...tooo cute!! TFS!!!