I just bought Jasmine, my first cartridge other than George, and I love it! I really like the font, perfect for cardmaking and scrapbooking! It really is elegant! I just finished making a friends' baby card and I love how it turned out using Jasmine! I also really like the photo corners you can make with it! I haven't really had any trouble with the letters not being cut, I just adjust my setting if the cardstock starts to tear. Definitely a great cartridge to use for all sorts of projects.
Used in this card: Welcome Baby Card
I just recently got this cartridge on sale and I absolutely LOVE the design of the letters. The cartridge allows you to do so many different things with the letters, like make charms, cut the letter inside shapes.. This is my favorite cartridge and I would Definitely recommend it to others to use!!
Used in this card: Warmest Wishes
This is one of my favorite alphabets. When I use my Cricut, this is the font I seem to reach for everytime. There are so many different ways to cut the letters,numbers, shapes, words, and sayings. It is so pretty and looks nice on pages. I recommend this font to all you fellow Cricut users!
Used in this layout: My Favorite Animals At The Zoo
I love the Jasmine font cart, even though I have a few others I find myself always chosing this one!
The full words on the bottom are great for cards and things as well as pages and the single letters are just so elegant!
Used in this layout: Meeting Santa
The font on this cartridge is so elegant and very pretty, and is gorgeous on formal and feminine layouts. I have had problems cutting the letters at times and have found that the letters cut better if you make the letters at least 1.5 inches and cut at a slower speed. I love the options and use the regular cut combined with the shadow or blackout option to layer and shadow my letters. This isn’t my most used cartridge but I do like this font
I really love the look of this font. I am a bit disappointed with how it cuts. If you go to small with this font I have problems with the letters tearing and being too thin.
As long as you use this font at a big enough size it is a great elegant font.
Used in this layout: Eliana Page 1
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