Paper Crafting

Lego Friends Invitations

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Inspired by this blog, I made these Lego Friends invitations for Sara’s 11th birthday party.

I used the Cricut Score and Cut features on the back side and the front side, I used the Print then Cut features.

On the back, I scored the circles on the invitation and then also cut the same sized circles out. The scoring was used so I could easily locate where to put the circles. I used foam squares to make the circles stick up a bit.

I found the Lego Friends images online somewhere.

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Paper Crafting, Paper Scrapbooking

Cricut Explore

Cricut Explore

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So far, my favorite scrapbooking “Non Creative Memories” tool is the Cricut Explore! You can do so many things with it. I used it to create Sara’s Lego Friends party invitations in September. I’ll post a photo of them later this evening.

I love the print then cut feature and also the feature to use pens and the Cricut to write straight onto the paper.

As I work more on the blog, I’ll spend more time posting images of what I’m working on.

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