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Using Cricut Infusible Ink Pens

Are you curious about Cricut Infusible Ink Pens?

This video is the first of two videos that talks about how to use Infusible Ink Pens in your Cricut machine.

In this video, you’ll learn how to choose images to draw using your Infusible Ink pens, how to change an image from cut to draw and the difference between a 1.0mm and 0.4mm pen.

Part 2 will show you how to infuse drawn images into coasters, so don’t forget to follow and like my Facebook page so you won’t miss it!

Please be sure to come back for Part 2 of this tutorial!

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A little about me:

As a Cricut Product Expert since 2014, I have always used Cricut machines, materials and accessories for all my projects.  I am now a Cricut Affiliate and when you use my link, I receive a very small amount back from your order at no additional expense to you.  So if you are planning on getting something at Cricut anyway, could you please use my link:

  http://shrsl.com/1tnbp

 If you use my link, feel free to use my code “MISSRITA201” in the order process and you will get an additional 10% off* your order PLUS free shipping!

Did you know this blog is full of great Cricut projects *and* recipes?
To see the project list, follow this link: Cricut Projects List

To see the recipes, go here: Miss Rita To The Rescue!” Recipe List

Thanks so much for watching!

Please consider subscribing to my channel and sharing with your other crafty friends!

 

Best always,

Miss Rita

*Some exclusions apply. Order must be $50 or more and does not include machines or anything with a plug.  It does not work when purchasing new Cricut Access memberships, but you will receive your Access discounts if you are already an Access member.

I am an affiliate for Cricut and self supporting, so your purchase directly helps me to continue to maintain my YouTube channel, blog and other social media channels!

 

#cricut #infusibleink

 

 

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December “Miss Rita” Cricut Giveaway!

Extra! Extra!

It’s time for the December “Miss Rita to the Rescue!” Cricut Giveaway!

🎄🥰🎅🏻❤️

This month I am giving away FIVE Cricut EasyPress Mini machines *and* some materials to get you started! H

ere’s all you have to do to qualify for these amazing prizes:

-Subscribe to my YouTube channel https://bit.ly/2DphVdw

-Watch and comment on any *two* of my videos https://bit.ly/2DphVdw

-Like and follow the “Miss Rita to the Rescue!” Facebook page

Then go on over and enter your name in the giveaway!

Anyone who does all three things will qualify for the prizes—even prior winners!—so be sure to enter today! Giveaway link: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/5165705f16/?

 

❤️🎄🎅🏻❤️😊❤️🦌❤️🤶🏻❤️🥁❤️📯

 

 

 

If you’re just now tuning in, head on over to the “Miss Rita to the Rescue!” YouTube channel to check out what we’ve been working on this week!

Did you enjoy this post and video?  

If so, please take a minute to subscribe to the “Miss Rita to the Rescue!” YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/37nnlDB

I am trying to reach a new goal of 2,000 subscribers on my YouTube channel and you can help by subscribing and liking my channel.

 

A little about me:

As a Cricut Product Expert since 2014, I can truthfully say I have always used Cricut machines, materials and accessories for all my projects.  I am now a Cricut Affiliate and when you use my link, I receive a very small amount back from your order at no additional expense to you.  So if you are planning on getting something at Cricut anyway, could you please use my link:

  http://shrsl.com/1tnbp

 If you use my link, feel free to use my code “MISSRITA4” in the order process and you will get an additional 10% off* your order PLUS free shipping!

Did you know this blog is full of great Cricut projects *and* recipes?
To see the project list, follow this link: Cricut Projects List

To see the recipes, go here: Miss Rita To The Rescue!” Recipe List

Thanks so much for watching!

Please consider subscribing to my channel and sharing with your other crafty friends!

 

Best always,

Miss Rita

*Some exclusions apply. Order must be $50 or more and does not include machines or anything with a plug.  It does not work when purchasing new Cricut Access memberships, but you will receive your Access discounts if you are already an Access member.

I am an affiliate for Cricut and self supporting, so your purchase directly helps me to continue to maintain my YouTube channel, blog and other social media channels!

 

#giveaway #cricut #missritatotherescue

 

 

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Exciting News about Anna Griffin from Cricut

Did you hear the news?

ALL Anna Griffin’s images are now FREE for Cricut Access subscribers!

I’m so excited to tell you that now–in Cricut Access–ALL of Anna Griffin’s image sets (cartridges) and projects are now FREE to all subscribers!  That includes all her intricately cut cards, all her elegant decorations and home decor designs…and even all her sewing patterns!

This is BIG NEWS, folks!

I’m re-sending this post with YouTube video about using pre-made written sentiments in your Christmas cards, because I think this technique is a game changer.  And, now that all Anna’s images are FREE to Cricut Access subscribers, that includes more than two dozen written sentiments in the Christmas Kitsch cartridge alone.

While I rush back to my studio to set up some new Anna projects, please enjoy this video that teaches you all about how to get a beautifully written sentiment into any card you’re making!

The card and sentiments I use in the video are from “Anna’s Christmas Cards and Embellishments 2” image set, which is available for purchase in Design Space.

 

If you’re just now tuning in, go back and check out the other cards we’ve already done in this series.

Did you enjoy this post and video?  

If so, please take a minute to subscribe to the “Miss Rita to the Rescue!” YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/37nnlDB

I am trying to reach a new goal of 2,000 subscribers on my YouTube channel and you can help by subscribing and liking my channel.

 

A little about me:

As a Cricut Product Expert since 2014, I can truthfully say I have always used Cricut machines, materials and accessories for all my projects.  I am now a Cricut Affiliate and when you use my link, I receive a very small amount back from your order at no additional expense to you.  So if you are planning on getting something at Cricut anyway, could you please use my link:

  http://shrsl.com/1tnbp

 If you use my link, feel free to use my code “MISSRITA4” in the order process and you will get an additional 10% off* your order PLUS free shipping!

Did you know this blog is full of great Cricut projects *and* recipes?
To see the project list, follow this link: Cricut Projects List

To see the recipes, go here: Miss Rita To The Rescue!” Recipe List

Thanks so much for watching!

Please consider subscribing to my channel and sharing with your other crafty friends!

 

Best always,

Miss Rita

*Some exclusions apply. Order must be $50 or more and does not include machines or anything with a plug.  It does not work when purchasing new Cricut Access memberships, but you will receive your Access discounts if you are already an Access member.

I am an affiliate for Cricut and self supporting, so your purchase directly helps me to continue to maintain my YouTube channel, blog and other social media channels!

 

#christmascrafts #cricut #annagriffin

 

 

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Anna Griffin Lovely Layered Cards

Who doesn’t love Anna Griffin?!?

Watch me assemble a beautiful multi-layered card from Anna Griffin!

Today we discuss how to achieve this layered color look–whether it be a card from a big designer like Anna or one from the Design Team at Cricut Design Space.

All four cards that I show you are available in Cricut Design Space.

While all the files are FREE to view and play with on your canvas, the Anna Griffin ones will cost money to purchase if you choose to use it.

Here is the Anna Griffin Lovely Layered project file: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/171577305
Here’s the Snowflake Layered card: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/173234362
And here’s the Floral One: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/171339444

I, of course, use my Cricut Maker and Cricut Design Space software for ALL of my projects.

If you are in the market for a Cricut Machine or perhaps need to get supplies, please know that I am self supporting and I make money when you use my link:
http://shrsl.com/1tnbp

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA3” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping*.

 

Thanks so much for watching!

Please consider following my blog here at Missritatotherescue.com and/or my YouTube channel to stay in the know about all things

 

Best always,

Miss Rita

 

*Some restrictions apply to receive discount

#Tutorial #Cricut #Papercrafting #AnnaGriffin

 

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Cricut Access Challenge: Anna Griffin Rosettes

Anna Griffin is a talented designer and lovely individual, too.

But, because she is an independent designer, most of her projects are not part of Cricut Access. Thankfully there are a few exceptions to this rule and I’m here to share one of them–Rosettes!!

Today we will be making some beautiful Anna Griffin Rosettes, which were originally designed for a scrapbook page, but don’t need to be used for that. In fact, I’ve modified the original free Cricut Access project to eliminate the extra stuff you’d use to make a scrapbook page and simply focused on the rosettes.

Rosettes are fun to make and provide a lot of “Wow Factor”, however learning to make them can be a little frustrating, too.

For me, most of the frustration in making rosettes has come from using the Scoring Stylus, which is why I do recommend using the Scoring Wheel when making them. Remember though, you do need a Maker to use the Scoring Wheel.

The Scoring Wheel is far and away the best tool for the job of scoring a lot on a project.

If you don’t have a Maker, you can still benefit from reading this post.  Scoring can still be achieved by your Cricut Explore machines as long as you have a scoring stylus.

Here’s what scoring with the Scoring Wheel in my Maker looks like:

placeholder://After you score and cut each piece of the rosette, you still need to fold them in an accordion style to crease the edges.

Once folded, assemble the rosettes.

In this example, two strips will make one rosette. That means this project file will make six rosettes of the same size. (You can play with different sizes and lengths to achieve different results, of course!)

Glue two strips together at both ends to form a loop. Once the glue is completely dry, carefully push down the inside edge of the strip to form your rosette.

Be patient with this part and use a hot glue gun when forming the rosette. Even with using the glue gun, you have to hold the rosette together until the glue sets.

Repeat this process until all of your rosettes are made.

You can cover the hardened glob of glue in the middle with a circle, which I’ve included in this file. Or embellish it any way you want.

I like to make a bunch of rosettes in different–but matching–papers and when I’ve got them all assembled I layer them alongside and on top of each other for a beautiful display.

They also look good with paper flowers and will make a gorgeous wall installation, too.

Aren’t they pretty?

Please note: If you don’t already own a Maker or the Scoring Wheel and you want to purchase them, please use my link below. I will receive a small percentage of any sale you make, but only if you use this link.

For non-machine purchases, you can also use my code MISSRITA1 with the link for 10% off your order and free shipping on orders over $50. Thank you for helping to support me as I endeavor to give you all of these wonderful projects! I really appreciate it!

https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=403859&m=51766&u=1089398

 

Pin to this project:

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/273030796146051873/

Link to this project in Design Space: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/125550831

“Go forth and Cricut, my friends!”

Best always,

Miss Rita

Please note: This post may contain affiliate links, which means if you click on one of my links and buy something I will receive a small commission from your purchase. Thank you for using my links as this is how I support myself and keep MO in pickles and Ted E. Bear in chew toys–they both are insatiable!

But seriously….I do so appreciate your continued support!

Here is my affiliate link:  https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=327204&m=51766&u=1089398

Remember if your order exceeds $50 and you use my code MISSRITA1 and link, you will receive an extra 10% off and free shipping on most items!  My code will *not* work for Access Subscriptions or machines (anything that plugs in).