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Cricut Explore Air 2 Pineapple Pop-Up Card

Thank you for joining me!
Today I am sharing with you this fantastic Pineapple Card! For many this little prickly fruit "symbolizes those intangible assets we appreciate in a home: warmth, welcome, friendship and hospitality." 
As I am sending this to someone with a new home, I thought it was perfect for the occasion! 
It was so easy to make with my Cricut Explore Air 2, and a few simple steps.
I was inspired by the Simple Pop-Up Cards cartridge, and the awesome paper I had in my stash! 


I used:
Pineapple Pop-Up Card from Simple Pop-Up Cards
#M222BB22
Cricut Explore Air 2
For the sentiment:
Congratulations Die from Ali Express
Pineapple paper: WeRMemory Keepers
Recollections: Snow and Hot Pink Markers
Memento : Pear Tart and New Sprout markers



The original card comes with the word "Aloha" written as the sentiment. Since this would not match what I needed, I simply selected this from the layers menu, and clicked the "eye" to hide it. 
Please enjoy the video, and let me know your thoughts! I appreciate you stopping by and hope to inspire you to keep creating. Be Blessed!
Raquel



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