Saturday, September 7, 2013

Video on the three CTMH Cricut Collections

One of the frequently asked questions I get from people who are newer to Close to my Heart and our product line is what is the difference between the three Cricut cartridges and which one should I start with first?

My answer as to which one you should get first is always the same - it depends on what you want to papercraft next!  They all have 700 versatile images which includes a font and each have three stamps and chipboard sheets each so they are equivalent in value.  I like to ask people what they want to work on for the next month or so to determine which one fits you first.  I do say first because as a suite of cartridges they pretty much cover all your papercrafting needs as the three contain 2,100 images all together that can be combined and resized to make just about anything your imagination can create!

Art Philosophy - your one stop shop for all you foundational basic and iconic shapes, tags and card bases.  From acorns to snowflakes this one is chock full of 700 images that cover a range of papercrafting needs.

Artiste - if you are planning a party or like to give gifts in specialty wrapping this is the one for you.  I love the party hats, the gift boxes, cupcake wrappers and themed parties on this one and use it extensively now to decorate for any occasion.

Artbooking - The focus is on scrapbooking - both traditional 12x12 pages as well as themed mini-books.  The 700 images include photo mats, overlays, borders, icons, font and more.  Everything is size linked together to make scrapping a breeze but all can be used individually and sized for any type of project.

Here is a video done by CTMH corporate which talks about our three cartridges so you can see exactly what I mean - foundational images, party planner or scrapper - we've got you covered!  Once you watch the video you can click out to my shopping site to order the one, two or three cartridges that fit you and your papercrafting needs.
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Stay crafty my friends!


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