We have a friend who we go to visit and have "Christmas" with. She has her own family's Christmas at the regular time but she likes to have our kids over and our kids love her, so we go a couple of weeks after. She even leaves up her tree and all her decorations late just for this. I sent her a Christmas card before Christmas but Sammy wanted to make her another one for tomorrow when we are going to see her. She decided to make this with very little help from me, using the Cricut and the Hello Kitty cartridge. She made this kitty 3" so some of the pieces were incredibly tiny. Ridiculously tiny. It's a miracle they didn't get lost and that they didn't completely mess up being cut. The paper is all Stampin' Up except the white which is Georgia Pacific cardstock. She colored in Kitty's nose with a yellow spica pen to avoid having to mess with a small piece. Ironic. Anyway the only help from me was gluing it together (and I was cross-eyed gluing it ). It's simple but pretty cute, I think. She did that doodle around the border with a spica glitter pen. I think she did an awesome job.
I am going to try really hard to get something made in the next couple of days.
edited to add-you can see how Kitty's eyes are kinda weird and leaning to one side. They also did not cut all the way around. This is an issue I've been having with my Cricut and several others that I've tried. I've sent them a few of my cartridges to test but so far everyone is stumped as to why this is happening. It's really really frustrating but we still use the cricut.