See if you can believe this one, but I managed to make a Christmas card using the "Summer Celebrations" cartridge. That's right...a Christmas card. Who knew?! Here it is:
I used the "My World" cartridge to create the card base, using Cricut Craft Room. I used the frame feature and hid all the contours in one of them, leaving the second one with the fence. I welded the two together to create my card base, it is 5"x5." I cut a smaller rounded square at 4 3/4" out of some snowflake patterned paper from DCWV for my background.
I used "Summer Celebrations" for my moose. I cut the moose head at 4." It actually goes with a Canadian flag, but I only used the moose. I also used "Summer Celebrations" for the body of the moose. It is actually one of the tags on the cartridge. I covered both the body and the moose's head with some brown flocking powder. I adhered the body behind the fence and the head with some pop-dots. I covered his antlers in crackle accents and his hooves and eyes in glossy accents.
I tied some red and white baker's twine into bows to add to my fence posts. My sentiment is computer generated and I trimmed the cardstock into a banner. I used glue dots and pop-dots to adhere the banner, to give it some depth and make it seem like it is waving. I finished off the card with a snowflake button on the left side of the banner.