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All-Occasion Cards with Cricut (Annie's Attic: Paper Crafts) Paperback – November 1, 2011
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There are 45 cards, divided into 6 categories - Birthday Cards, Get Well Cards, Thank You Cards, Sympathy Cards, Thinking of You Cards and Congratulations Cards. Each project has a full color picture, a detailed list of materials, and detailed instructions. The instructions include the sizes of each Cricut cut, which is very helpful if you have the cartridge - not so much if you don't. Of course, you could adapt these projects to what you already own, but then why use the book? You're right back to trial and error. If you have to do that, save some money and just look on some blog pages for ideas, and figure out how to make the cards yourself.
Here's a quick list of the cartridges they used: Lyrical Letters, Paisley, Graphically Speaking, Sweet Treats, Plantin SchoolBook, Walk in My Garden, Wedding Solutions, Wild Card, Nifty Fifties, Martha Stewart Crafts Birthday Cake Art, Storybook, Home Decor, Winter Woodland, Create A Critter, Just Because Cards, Beyond Birthdays, Simply Sweet, Freshly Picked, Accent Essentials, Opposites Attract, Birthday Bash, Tie the Knot, Doodletype, Christmas Cards, Wall Decor & More, Cake Basics, Pagoda, Cindy Loo, Sentimentals, Going Places, Straight From the Nest, Disney Pooh & Friends, April Showers, Jubilee and Country Life.
That's 35(!) cartridges to make 45 different cards!
Bottom line - if you have most of those cartridges, why not give it a try? Otherwise, don't waste your time.