I really do love my Cricut Imagine machine. It's a machine that not only prints out images at any size you choose, but it also cuts them out in detail. Love it.
For Christmas, my lovely daughter gave me "Imagine More Cards" and this is a really neat cartridge! It has some great papers (the machine also prints out paper in whatever size you choose up to 12x12). It also has some card sayings and embellishments that are cute and funny.
So, for her birthday, I made her a card. I hope she likes it.
I made the card at 5" high, so that it would fit onto the 12x12 paper. I changed the right-side panel to match the left panel, because I didn't care for the green print that the original image had. (love that you can change the layers!)
I cut the "tweet tweet" image with the bird cage at 4" high, and cut all of the layers as well. I used home-made dimensionals to layer them.
The inside panels of the card were cut using the same 3-panel gatefold card, again changing the right panel to blue print, cut at 4.8". After this was printed, I cut the pieces apart and inked them before adhering to the inside of the card.
I think the sentiment "Happy Bird Day" was cut at 3" high. Cute, huh?