Saturday, February 25, 2012
A SILHOUETTE/PORTRAIT--- using the cricut heritage cartridge
i thought to share this cool, trendy, and super easy project with you.
a bit of info: i painted my room a WHILE AGO, lol, and really did not do much with it after all. i had all these big plans but never got to it. i know i am not the only one in this department...hehe
anyway, here it is:
the story of this frame is i got it on ebay like 6 years ago with an antique drawing. i do not know how old the drawing was but i liked the frame so i paid 99cents for it and free shipping...ha! i
first, i had it hanging in the attic for many years and then off my camera tripod and now it is in one of my bedroom walls showing off this super easy cut from the heritage cart. it is image# 42, flipped on my gypsy and cut at 11 and a half inch high. i think it looks magnificent just like that..so plain and gorgeous at the same time...in my opinion that is.
your opinion might vary...hehe
and another view:
thanks for stopping by!...
oh!!!! ----my plans are to find a few more "alike" frames and make the male and a young boy silhouette and, if i find a doggie for lulu, that will be the topping on the ice cream \--- lol.
take care and i will see you soon.
NOTE: i have a digi surprise for one lucky winner of an amazing program you all are going to love.
please, stay tuned and have patience since you know how my days go---one good three bad...hehe