Welcome to Cooking With Cricut's Cartridge Showcase. Chef Debbie has taken over the blog today is sharing with you some beautiful projects she has made with Cricut's Lyrical Letters cartridge.
This cartridge has seven distinct fonts you can mix and match to express your personal style, create delightful and thoughtful projects for the holidays, seasons, and so much more. It includes: Capital, Connected, Loop Dee Loo, Jack Sprat, Jumbo, and Italic Monoline creative features.
So without further ado, here's Debbie . . .
A couple of years ago when I bought my first Cricut (the little bug) one of the first cartridges I purchased was Lyrical Letters. I used it for everything! I still have it as my go to cartridge when I need a font.
For the cartridge showcase, I am going to share a few projects that I have used Lyrical Letters for. I used Lyrical Letters for a baby name for a mini toilet paper roll album I made. Here is a picture of it and the post can be found here.
Another project where Lyrical Letters was used was making some baby shower items for a young lady at my work. Before I had a cartridge that had banner cuts on it, I used Lyrical Letters and cut the triangles and just cut the little tag/circle part off the top. I actually love the way these triangles are cut with a little curve to them. Here is a picture of that and the full post can be found here.
When I wanted to put some vinyl on my craft room wall I knew immediately I would use Lyrical Letters (I used it and my Imagine to do names for my daughters' rooms, but don’t think I ever posted that for some reason…I need to take a picture of them one day). Here is a picture of that and the post can be found here.
I needed a sympathy card and knew the sentiment on Lyrical Letters would be perfect. I made this card using it, here is the post.
I also made this cute thank you card using Lyrical Letters. The post can be found here.
Great projects, Debbie! Make sure you head over to her blog and check out all the details on these fantastic projects!
~ CWC Design Team
P.S. Don't forget to mark your calendars . . . our first Blog Hop of the new year is scheduled for January 14 & 15th! Two days -- two sets of Designers!