My Paper Crafting.com features the Lyrical Letters Cartridge. I have bought the cartridge as a digital one through the Cricut Craft Room, which makes it very easy to cut from as you don't need to insert the cartridge in the machine! It is also available right after purchase in the CCR, so you don't need to wait for it to be posted!
There is a variety of shapes and words available on the cartridge, which again, makes it a very versatile one to have.
I have made 5 different projects to showcase the versatility of the cartridge, and those of you who follow my blog, know that I am not really into scrapbooking much, but I have even done a layout for you to see as well!
The stamp is from a Hero Arts words set that I use quite a lot!
The heart and layers were cut from the Craft Room Basic font selection. I embossed the top heart layer then stitched around it with the sewing machine. I did the same with the layer on the card before adding it to a black card, then onto a white base card cut to fit.
For the Just a Note card, I cut the frames from the Italic Monoline font, the notes and sentiment from Capital font.
I stamped a music background using a Gina K music stamp in Tea Dye distress ink then layered it underneath the frame. The frame is raised from the card using foam dots to give a little depth.
The music notes were coloured a little with Walnut Stain distress ink then coated with Glossy accents and attached to the frame.
The final card was made using the LoopDeeLoo font. I added the letters separately then welded them together before cutting them out.
The layers on the card were cut using CCR Basic. I stitched around the top layers with the sewing machine and added some flowers, a diecut leaf and some pearl bling to finish it off.
Hope you have enjoyed looking at this showcase using the Lyrical Letters cartridge and that it inspires you to get it or to use it if you already have it!