Thursday, March 17, 2016

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

On March 17 everyone is a little bit Irish - and in the Boston area today is a big holiday!  I hope you have fun if you are celebrating today.

Even if you are not Irish, you will appreciate this lucky sale on Cricut cartridges.  There are nearly 80 cartridges available for $9.99 - click HERE to see all of the cartridges available.  (links to Cricut in this post are affiliate links which means I may be paid a commission if you purchase something after clicking on the link - your price stays the same. I appreciate your support).

If you have Cricut Access you automatically receive 10% off and you can use the code CRAZY10 to save an additional 10% (and get free shipping on the Fed Ex Home Delivery or Economy options within the continental US if you choose physical cartridges).  You can also use the code MARCHMADNESS to get free shipping on any order (same restrictions).

Most of the cartridges in the $9.99 sale are included in Cricut Access but there are some great "oldies but goodies" in the sale that are not included.  I already own all of these and they are some of my favorites - particularly Graphically Speaking, Doodlecharms and Teardrop.

These images below are linked to the cartridges in the $9.99 sale that are not part of Cricut Access.  Even if you do have Cricut Access, you might want to pick up a few of the many other cartridges in the sale in case you choose not to renew the Cricut Access or for use in one of your older Cricut machines.  Click HERE to see all of the cartridges.

There may still be some March Madness Mystery boxes left - the third box became available this week and they usually sell out quickly.

This box is full of Cuttlebug folders - if you don't have many folders you can really increase your collection with this deal!  Click HERE to shop for the Mystery Box.

If you are curious about the image at the top of this post, you can see the original blog post about how I created this file from a Dover image four years ago HERE.  I made this file for the Silhouette machine a few years before the Explore was released.  I need to redo some of my files as SVGs now that I can cut my own designs with the Explore.

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