25 Ways to Embellish Your Cricut Cuts

Hi Bloggy Friends! Are you ready for an ultra-long post today?!

Back in May for National Scrapbook Day I created a video class of sorts for the Cricut Circle Members showing them 25 different ways to embellish your Cricut cuts. I thought you might like to peruse all the ideas I created samples for since these are ideas you can really apply to ANYTHING! Premade die cuts, stickers, etc.  I’m still learning the ins and outs of video-making so bear with me (one of these days I need to learn how to add background music), but I thought you might enjoy seeing these ideas. At the bottom of this post you will find the Gypsy file for this class (for my Cricut friends. The samples are all created using images from the Just Because cartridge) and a PDF with the little tags and BONUS card sentiments (in case you want to use each idea to create greeting cards, in lieu of an idea deck). Enjoy!

***CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD the GYPSY FILE for this Project***

***CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD the PDF File that accompanies this Project***

Thanks so much for taking the time to look through my “class”. I hope you like what you see!

See you again soon!

24 thoughts on “25 Ways to Embellish Your Cricut Cuts

  1. I am SOOOO thankful that you put this up here! I had copied the link to the Circle, but with the blog being shut down, was afraid I wouldn’t be able to get to it. So I’ve pinned this post! Thanks friend! It was GREAT!

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    1. the best video’s and best informed I have ever seen and I have been scrapbooking 20 yrs. Now I will start using my cricket I have had 5 years and next will be gypsey had 4 yrs still in box never used
      Thanks sooo much

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  2. Jana, Love to see you posted this on your blog, Thank you!! I am really going to miss the Circle Blog ,Magazine and Cricut Blog. I am sad our circle is changing . I really enjoyed these past 2 years. I am comforted knowing I can still keep up with you and your wonderful creations here. I also love watching your beautiful family growing up !! Thank you for a great few years of top-notch inspiration and for all your hard work you did for the Circle, Warmest Regards, Colleen Sigurdson AKA Lilygirl

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  3. Wow! I sold my first Cricut a Few years ago, but with the onset of Cricut Lite cartridges (and a fab deal on an Expression a few months ago), I took the jump and bought another one. I love it but still often find my cuts looking plain. This will really help me step up my work. Thank you, Jana! Love your stuff, you always inspire me with your creations!! HUGS

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  4. This is the single best post I’ve ever seen for inspiration! Thank you so much for sharing it. I have shared it on FB and pinned it — it’s is awesome work!

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  5. I’m really impressed! You have definitely taken the cuts “up a notch”. All these technique added such dimension. Thanks so much.

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  6. This is awesome!!! Thanks for sharing these wonderful ideas!!! I’m so glad I found your blog through Suzanne Sergi! Love your work!!!

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  7. Loved this vid. Hope you get more loaded up as I LOVED it! Thanks for posting… I am now following you and pinned this post! Have a blessed day and hope you come back soon to blogland! Kathi

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  8. I just stumbled across this and OMG I LOVE it….going to make my own! THANK YOU so much for this idea and you’re instructions are awesome! Very inspiring. What’s crazy is I have all but maybe two things that you used in this video and I forget to use them. This will help so much! Yaaaaaaaay!

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  9. Hey There. I found your blog using msn. This is an extremely well written
    article. I’ll make sure to bookmark it and return to read more of your useful info. Thanks for the post. I will definitely comeback.

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  10. I found this blog because the UTube video was recommended for me it is much easier to see the techniques here great stuff thank you… Ps I shared with friends!!!

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  11. I have seen this years ago but I never get tired of seeing it again. This time I book marked it to always have it whenI’m looking for ideas. I love it.

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