Sunday, August 7, 2011

CTMH's Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge

CTMH is delighted to introduce the exclusive CTMH Cricut® Art Philosophy collection! CTMH worked with Provo Craft* to bring you a Cricut® cartridge filled with 700 shapes hand-selected by company founder and CEO Jeanette Lynton. Simply insert the cartridge into your Cricut® machine and you’re ready to cut any of the shapes with the touch of a button! Choose from stunning rosettes, unique gift boxes, elegant doilies, crafty banners, and more. The exclusive images are incredibly versatile, and many are designed to be used with specific My Acrylix® stamps for real eye-popping power!

Bring your artwork to life with stamps and chipboard Dimensional Elements! When you purchase the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge,** you’ll also receive three exclusive D-size stamp sets and three sets of Dimensional Elements designed to perfectly coordinate with images on the cartridge. That’s a retail value of over $120 for just for $99! Stamp on your Cricut shapes; cover your Dimensional Elements with a Cricut shape; or cut, stamp, and then cover!

Numerous My Acrylix® stamp images in our Idea Book pair wonderfully with images on our Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge. When you see the Cricut icon or a stamp image outlined in red in the Idea Book, you will know there’s a matching shape on your Art Philosophy cartridge. Cut out the coordinating shape with your Cricut machine using the setting indicated on the stamp’s carrier sheet, then stamp your image on the base shape—quick and easy!

Contact me to find out how to add the CTMH Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge to your collection at 50% off the retail price!  And if you don't have your own copy of CTMH's new Autumn/Winter Idea Book, let me know and I'll rush one right out to you. 

*Cricut® is a registered trademark of Provo Craft & Novelty, Inc. All rights reserved.

**The Cricut® Art Philosophy cartridge is sold as part of the Cricut® Art Philosophy Collection and is not available separately.

1 comment:

  1. I don't have the handbook. How do I get a new one? Or maybe somebody can provide a copy? Thanks