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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Thursday Tutorial - Artbooking Mini Album

JoNeita here from Create with JoNeita, here with my first Thursday Tutorial.  I'm excited to be a part of Fantabulous Cricut, and hope that you will enjoy the videos, projects, and ideas that I find to share with each of you.  I would love for you to visit me at my blog as well.

A little about me.  I am from Texas, born and raised, currently living in Denton with my wonderful husband, Vertis, and our little boy, Dallas.  I work in the education department for a historical association and love what I do, working with teachers and students to improve the study of history in Texas.  I also work for a dance/drill team company, Showtime International, as the contest administrator for the DFW area.  I love my camera, and take pictures whenever I can.  My newest workout obsession is Zumba (who doesn't love burning 1000 calories in an hour).  I craft for fun and to relax.  I love that I can hid away in my craft room and just chill out and be creative.  I started blogging because I wanted to share what I do with others.

Enough about me, on to this weeks tutorial.  I found this video on Justine Hovey's blog.  In the video, she shows you how to make a mini album using the new Artbooking Close to My Heart Cricut Cartridge.  I haven't bought this cartridge yet, but after watching this video I think I might.  Also, you can use the techniques found on this video and make a mini album with just about any cartridge. 

I hope this inspired you to make your own mini album.  They make great gifs and coffee table books. 

Happy Crafting!!!



  1. TFS It's a great cartridge and I'm offering it as a consultant at a discount. Here's my email: cosci_us@yahoo.com.

  2. Great post. I did comment when I first saw it, but I see my comment wasn't added.

  3. Cool Book I like how it turned out. Looks like a fun cartridge


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