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Hello Kitty Mania has Just Begun!

My four-year old is a HUGE Hello Kitty fan.  Back in January I went on the hunt to buy the Hello Kitty Cricut cartridge only to find out that it was retired and trying to purchase one via Ebay or Amazon would cost the fortune of a small country.  I found someone who sold the die cuts and ordered them and then added extra touches to them. 

Here is the first installment to the Hello Kitty mania I am underway on . . . birthday invitations.

Thanks for coming and sharing a piece of “when it comes to Hello Kitty, if there is a will there is a way” pie with me.

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Hello Kitty Greetings Cricut Cart – Cut at 2 inches

Mini Monograms Circle cut at 3 inches “Real Dial size”

Paper: Recollections brights

Card Base:  iCraft scallop card sets of 8 at Michael’s $ bin

Cuttlebug: Happy birthday folder

Ink: Jelly Roll Pens for stitching

STICKELS!  Diamonds!


About apieceoflifespie

I am a stay at home domestic engineer that has a love for my family, food, writing, crafting, photography and most of all a clean and orderly house. I feel I was born in the wrong era in many things and the only thing I would change if I was a "Donna Reed or June Cleaver" kind of mom is that I would still get to wear my sweats and Crocs while washing the windows.

4 responses »

  1. Those are sooo cute! I saw this cart on eBay the other day & the bidding wasn’t even close to being over & it was already up to $99! I guess I shouldn’t be surprised since I sold an extra “Pink Journey” cart I had last year for $150!! Insane! I actually felt kinda bad about it. That’s such a smart alternative just buying the die cuts you need. Your little tot is one lucky girl that’s for sure!

    Diana 🙂

  2. These turned out fantastic! I love the green embossed background and the colored doodling you added—adorable!!!

  3. This is so adorable!! I love the pretty shape and Hello, Kitty is so sweet!! Great idea buying just the die cuts!! I love the sparkle on the balloon!! 🙂

    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  4. What a great idea to purchase the cuts alone! It’s a darling invitation and I can’t wait to see more of your party ideas!

    And you “dressed” the cuts up purrfectly!


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