Christmas Photo Card Featuring CTMH Artbooking

Hello again my crafty peeps! Today I want to share a super easy and fast Photo Card I made using the Close To My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge. You can make this type of card using any photo mat or shape (with a rectangle for the inside) on any cartridge you have.

Cricut Craft Room Real Dial Size 4.25" Welded 2 Photo Mat1 from Artbooking Page 75 Used Hide Contour Feature

Cricut Craft Room Real Dial Size 4.25″ Welded 2 Photo Mat1 from Artbooking Page 75 Used Hide Contour Feature

Lets get started! I used 4.25″ as my height and used Real Dial Size for all three images. Click HERE to what the first video.

Remember that CCR (Cricut Craft Room) automatically sets weld as the default when two objects overlap each other on your mat. Welding is really easy using this free software from Cricut.

Click on CUT in CCR and answer the questions and then set your machine and click LOAD MAT.

Click on CUT in CCR and answer the questions and then set your machine and click LOAD MAT.

Before we can assemble, we need to CUT the card base and the photo mat. Click HERE to watch this quick video to see how easy it is to do. My PC is connected to my Expression using the Cricut data cord and literally its just a few clicks to get it cut.

Photo 3 3/8 X 5 5/8

Photo 3 3/8 X 5 5/8

Now that we have our photo ready to use we’re ready to assemble our card.  Click HERE to watch the final video.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my post and will find some time to play using what you have. This is easily done on your Gypsy if you have one or you can download and use the FREE Cricut Craft Room. 

Have a blessed and CRAFTY day!

Donna Lee

August Specials:
This month Close To My Heart has a sweet deal! If you spend $50 or more you will receive this months Stamp Of The Month for FREE!

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You can purchase the Artbooking Cricut Collection right HERE

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