Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Frozen Fans - Big News from Cricut!

Big news for fans of Disney's Frozen movie - Cricut is releasing Frozen images just in time for the holidays.

Here are just a few of the new images available for $1.99 per image or $29.99 for the Digital Cartridge.

These images are available NOW only on Cricut Design Space— exclusively for the Cricut Explore!  They will be released in Cricut Craftroom format and as a physical cartridge in 2015.

The image set includes layered images, single layer images and drawn images.  You can check it out now – Search “Frozen” in the All Images or Image Set search.  The layered images will be great for Print then Cut - just a few clicks to use these detailed images on your holiday projects!

I think these coloring pages look like lots of fun - I may even pull out my markers and have a try!

Here are some affiliate links for the deals on the Cricut website.  As always, I appreciate your support for my blog when you use these links.

Valid: 11/25-11/26
Pre-Black Friday Sale: 40% off Entire Supplies Department

Valid: through 12/1
$5 Off Orders $50+ with code: CRICUTBF5

Valid: through 11/30
Get free shipping to the U.S. all month with code FREESHIPNOV

There will be even more exciting sales and deals starting tomorrow online - have fun shopping!

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  1. No had much time to read post but hope that will improve during the winter months. Stay warm and craft and post often...

    1. Hi Sandy - I hope you will have more crafting time soon. I know that I have been preoccupied with family matters as well. Happy Thanksgiving!


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