Now on to some scrappyness...
Flip, flip, flip... and then I was on page 10 and this beautiful poppy jumped right off of the page.
Since the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog was having a challenge called “cute as a bug” I searched for a garden bug that would qualify.
|This does not show all of the beautiful artwork on the cartridge.|
If you have an Imagine, you may fall in love Lori’s Garden. At first look it may look frilly and it might seem like it won’t match your regular scrapbooking/ card making style. But if you don’t focus on the shabby chic (I love it but I didn’t think it would work with my 10 yr old son and 7 yr old, daughter), you will see that there are plenty of modern images too. And what is so great about Imagine cartridges is that you can print and cut the image as a single image or print and cut bits of the completed image and layer then to give the final artwork dimension. This also means that you can use those bits by themselves and/or leave them off of the final image.
Next we a list of all of the images and phrases on this cartridge with their page numbers. If you find any errors in the spreadsheet, please let me know so I can correct them. If you would like to share this information on your blog, instead of copy and pasting this info, please paste a link to my site. The spreadsheet below is saved as a JPEG but you can download a PDF version of Lori's Garden here: