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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Thursday Tutorial - Artiste Baby Shoe

Hello! Rachel here from Cricut with Heart to share another fun project made with the Cricut Artiste cartridge. When I first glanced through the Artiste Handbook, I noticed this cute little shoe and I couldn't wait to make one! Artiste is organized with themed keys, and this makes it so easy to start and finish a project in a jiffy since all your cuts will be grouped together on one key!  Another great addition to this new CTMH cartridge is that it comes with an awesome Assembly Instructions booklet.  The handbook and the assembly instructions both reference each other by the green circled page numbers.  This eliminates wasting precious crafting time by not having to fumble through the pages!
You'll notice that the "C" key has some really cute baby cuts including the cute little 3-D shoe. Can you see the little green circle with the number 41 next to the shoe?  That tells me that the assembly instructions are on that page in the booklet.  So cool!
Here are the assembly instructions on page 41, and it references back to the handbook by having a green circled 63.  Now I can go right to that page to make my cuts if I started with the booklet first!
These are my cuts done at 4" which is suggested in the handbook.
It was so easy to put together, and I used CTMH black Tulle Ribbon and Bling Assortment to make a bow for the front of the shoe.
So cute and easy to make, thanks to the Cricut Artiste cartridge!  You could tuck a gift certificate in here or use them as favors with some candies in them for a Baby Shower.
Happy Crafting!

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  1. Rachel this is adorable! I appreciate the step by step tutorial showing us how the cartridge works and all. But on this shoe, the big round piece with cut out pieces, how on earth is that assembled? It looks hard from my eyes LOL


  2. How adorable! I may have to give this a try! I actually have a baby shower to attend in two weeks! TFS

  3. I tried making this shoe without much luck, but I'm going to definitely work on it again. So cute. Love the black tulle.


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