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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

New CM Cricut Traveler Cartridge!!

I (finally) got a chance to work with this newest cartridge from Creative Memories and Cricut.  It has  2 fantastic fonts, lots of images that cut and layer easily.  This cartridge is perfect to use with travel, water, vacation, tropical/island themed stuff and also has generic tags and phrases you’ll be able to use on most pages.

Here are a few pages I put together using the new Traveler cartridge:


This page uses the following supplies:

Background paper and “Escape” clear sticker :  Cheerful Tropical Additions (available July 1st)

CM Cardstock:  Red, Cloud, Yellow and Carrot

Cricut Cuts from the Traveler cartridge:  Relax and Unwind “Bonnet Creek” = Road Trip font,  Sun4


Background paper, green leaf print paper used for the turtle, clear “ahhh…” sticker:  Cheerful Tropical Additions

Creative Memories Cardstock:  Green, Cloud, Royal Blue, Yellow,  Black & White

Creative Memories Traveler Cricut Cartridge used to cut the following:   Sea Turtle, H20, Water, Wave

I also use a few more new products to create the layouts below:



All items are from the  Basketball Additions Kit (available July 1st) except for the title (Royal Blue and Yellow CM Cardstock,) Ruled Paper, Foam Squares and brown Dual Tip Pen around the edges of the journal box and stickers.dscn0596

Cheerful Summer Additions



Everything except for the tag (made using the Tag Maker – all makers on sale in July!) and the CM Cardstock matting the photos is from the Cheerful Summer Additions kit

(thinking of adding a bit of journaling in that empty space in the middle)

More to come!  I have a page using the travel/explore images from the Traveler Cricut cartridge in the works.

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