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Are They Jelly Beans Or Jelly Bird Eggs?

Hey! Help me out!

Do you call them Jelly Beans or Jelly Bird Eggs?

As a kid, we always called them Jelly Beans, but the candy companies now label them Jelly Bird Eggs. Was there some sort of shake up at the candy factories that I am unaware of?

Either way…I’ve never liked picking through that plastic grass to find my favorite Jelly Bean. How about you?

Maybe it’s time for you to make some adorable Easter Treat Cups from our designer friend, Lori Whitlock!

fullsizeoutput_190cFollow along as Miss Rita (that’s me!) makes Easter Treat Cups out of double sided paper from Echo Park Paper Company using a file from Lori’s SVG site (shop.loriwhitlock.com).

Miss Rita will also give you a sneak peak at an upcoming project called an Easter Egg Diorama!

The files that Miss Rita uses to make this card were purchased from Lori’s SVG Shop. The Echo Park Paper Company paper is from their Easter collection.

Miss Rita shows you how to assemble the treat cups so you can easily replicate this project with your Cricut Explore or Maker.

fullsizeoutput_1911This project is NOT available for purchase in Cricut Design Space, but it can be uploaded to your canvas after purchase. Once uploaded, you can cut all of the pieces expertly on your machine.

Did you like today’s video? Please let me know in the comments below! I assure you, I read all of my comments and try to respond to them as quickly as possible. For more great videos like this one, please subscribe the Miss Rita’s YouTube Channel!

Already a subscriber and want to tell the world? Don’t forget you can always give me a “thumbs up” and share it with a friend!

Miss Rita’s Cricut Design Space files are always FREE to use and there are literally dozens of great projects to choose from. To see my Project Index, please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2EOchDa

Thanks so much for watching today!

Best always,
Miss Rita

Would you like to help support Miss Rita? If you are a budding Cricuteer, you can do so by ordering your next Cricut order through my special link: https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=403859&m=51766&u=1089398

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA2” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping (some exclusions do apply).

 

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Miss Rita Makes A Peony Gift Box

Would you like to learn how to make a beautiful Peony Gift Box from Dreaming Tree Studios?

Follow along as Miss Rita (that’s me!) makes a gorgeous and exquisitely designed hexagon gift box adorned with a beautiful paper peony from 3D paper designer Leo Kowal and his team at Dreaming Tree. It’s not difficult and the results are fabulous!

The file that Miss Rita uses to make this card was purchased from Dreaming Tree (3DSVG.com) for a few dollars and then personalized in her unique way.

img_0246This project is NOT available for purchase in Cricut Design Space, but it can be uploaded to your canvas after purchase. Once uploaded, you can cut all of the pieces expertly on your Cricut machine.

Because this is an SVG that requires payment, I cannot give you my usually FREE Design Space file, but all of my other Design Space files are available on Cricut Community.

The SVG file used in this video is called the Peony Gift Box and is available here: http://www.3DSVG.com

Did you like today’s video? Please let me know in the comments below! I assure you, I read all of my comments and try to respond to them as quickly as possible. For more great videos like this one, please subscribe the Miss Rita’s YouTube Channel!

Already a subscriber and want to tell the world? Don’t forget you can always give me a “thumbs up” and share it with a friend!

Miss Rita’s Cricut Design Space files are always FREE to use and there are literally dozens of great projects to choose from.
To see my Project Index, please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2EOchDa

Thanks so much for watching today!

Best always,
Miss Rita

Peony Gift Box

Would you like to help support Miss Rita? If you are a budding Cricuteer, you can do so by ordering your next Cricut order through my special link: https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=403859&m=51766&u=1089398

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA2” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping (some exclusions do apply).

#paperflowers #cricutprojects #3D

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Miss Rita Makes Spring Classroom Cards

Learn all about the origins of the Cricut term “Cartridge” and make some adorable Springtime Classroom Cards, too, by watching my new YouTube video!

The Cricut Design Space file for these adorable Spring Classroom Cards can be found here: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/140142252

For a FULL list of all my Cricut Access projects, please visit: Cricut Access Challenge: Project Index

fullsizeoutput_18f2Remember, as a Cricut affiliate, I receive a small percentage of your sale whenever you buy anything on Cricut, so please try to use my affiliate link if you are going to place an order at Cricut: https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=403859&m=51766&u=1089398

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA2” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping. (Sorry, the code will not work on Access purchases or anything that plugs in!)

Did you like my video?  

I’d love it if you could become a “Miss Rita To The Rescue!” YouTube Subscriber

Thank you…and you know what I always say: “Go forth and Cricut, my friends!”

Best always,

Miss Ritafullsizeoutput_18f2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Miss Rita Makes Lori Whitlock’s Strawberry Basket Box Card

Would you like to learn how to make an Amazing Strawberry Basket Box Cards from talented designer Lori Whitlock?

Follow along as Miss Rita (that’s me!) makes an adorable and fold-flat Strawberry Basket Box Card from box card designer, Lori Whitlock.

The file that Miss Rita uses to make this card was purchased from Lori’s SVG Shop (shop.loriwhitlock.com) for a few dollars and then personalized by Miss Rita to give it a truly special touch!

That’s right…she’s going to “gild the lily” with this one, too!

fullsizeoutput_18ce.jpegMiss Rita shows you hot to assemble the card step-by-step so you, too, can easily replicate this project with your Cricut Explore or Maker.

This project is NOT available for purchase in Cricut Design Space, but it can be uploaded to your canvas after purchase. Once uploaded, you can cut all of the pieces expertly on your machine. Because this is an SVG that required payment, I cannot give you my usually FREE Design Space file, but all of my other Design Space files are available on Cricut Community.

As I mention in the video, some of Lori’s files are available on Cricut Design Space, but certainly not *all* of them.

The Strawberry Basket Box Card used in this video is available her shop: http://shop.loriwhitlock.com

Did you like today’s video?

Please let me know in the comments below!

I assure you, I read all of my comments and try to respond to them as quickly as possible.

For more great videos like this one, please subscribe the Miss Rita’s YouTube Channel!

Already a subscriber and want to tell the world?

Don’t forget you can always give me a “thumbs up” on my YouTube channel and/or share it with a friend!

Miss Rita’s Cricut Design Space files are always FREE to use and there are literally dozens of great projects to choose from. To see my Project Index, please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2EOchDa

Thanks so much for watching today!

Best always, Miss Rita

Would you like to help support Miss Rita? If you are a budding Cricuteer, you can do so by ordering your next Cricut order through my special link: https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=403859&m=51766&u=1089398

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA1” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping (some exclusions do apply)fullsizeoutput_18ce

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Miss Rita Makes A “Thanks A Bunch” Box Card

Watch my new YouTube video to learn how to make these adorable and unique Box Cards in Cricut Design Space!

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The paper I used to make today’s “Thanks a Bunch” Box Card came from Cricut.  Remember, as a Cricut affiliate, I receive a small percentage of your sale whenever you buy anything on Cricut, so please try to use my affiliate link if you are going to place an order at Cricut: https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=403859&m=51766&u=1089398

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA1” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping. (Sorry, the code will not work on Access purchases or anything that plugs in!)

Did you like my video?  

If so, don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel TODAY!

The Cricut Design Space file for this “Thanks A Bunch” Box Card can be found here: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/103188526

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For a FULL list of all my Cricut Access projects, please visit: Cricut Access Challenge: Project Index

Thank you…and you know what I always say: “Go forth and Cricut, my friends!”

Best always,

Miss Rita

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