I have a fun Pig Cricut Card to share today for my design team spot at My Cricut Craft Room. I have a friend who loves pigs, and this silly pink pig makes perfect cards!
I am at a weekend crop at a local hotel. I’ve been working on some other Cricut Projects, so I will have more fun things to share soon.
I started the weekend by cutting a few things from the Country Life Cricut Cartridge. I thought I had used it, but the tape was still on the cartridge, so I guess I hadn’t. I need to get with it!!! There are tons of fun shapes on that cartridge!
How To Make this Pig Cricut Card
Ok onto my Pig Cricut Card. I used the Create A Critter Cricut Cartridge to cut this cute 3 1/2″ piggy. The base of this card is a piece of white 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ cardstock folded in half. The patterned papers are from the Nana’s Nursery – Baby Girl Stack by Die Cuts With a View. I used the lime green dotted paper for the background. It measures 5 1/4″ x 4″. The striped paper is 5″ x 1 1/2″, and the floral paper is 5″ x 3″. I tied a pink ribbon where the papers meet to cover the seam.
The Hogs & Kisses stamp is from My Pink Stamper. I stamped it on a long rectangle, then trimmed the edge. I added three pink pearls as accents to finish the front of the card.
I don’t always decorate the inside of my card, but I had leftover scraps that were the perfect size. I added a small Prima flower to the lower right corner. I just bought the Martha Stewart Branch Punch, and knew it would make great leaves to go behind the flower. I added a tiny drop of Eucalyptus Stickles Glitter Glue to the center of flower.
The Create a Critter Cricut Cartridge is one of my favorites, and has lots of adorable animals.
Here are more cards using that Cartridge.
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This is super cute and the sentiment is perfect for this card. I think I am the only person that doesn’t own that branch punch! LOL
What an adorable card. Love the colors and inside of the card. I had to find that branch punch online, but it’s one that I use time and time again.
This is such a neat idea to do as a card. I might have to put the Cricut on my Christmas list this year and start making my own cards. Thanks for the inspiration.
That pig is adorable and makes for a cute and adorable card! Love it!