Natalie Malan is an Illustrator with a BFA in illustration from BYU. Traditional media is her first love, but somehow Illustrator and Photoshop also stole her heart. Her work includes two new lines of quilting cottons for Free Spirit, licensed embroidery panels in Walmart stores, art prints for Minted, licensed scrapbook paper in Joann Stores for Cricut, two children's books, notecards, die cuts, electronic cutting cartridges for Cricut, embossing folders for Cuttlebug, magazine illustrations, and greeting cards. Clients include Walmart, Cricut, Target, Gerenal Pencil, Free Spirit, Coats, Petite Lemon, Shutterfly, Minted, and more.
Natalie Malan uses the Cricut Wild Rose plus patterned iron-on vinyl from her custom line to craft an empowering tote bag. She'll show you how to take an existing image from Design Space and hide contours, change colors, and resize and center elements. You'll then use the Cricut to cut out your design. After weeding, you'll use the Easy Press to adhere the vinyn to your tote bag. Once you've learned how to manipulate an existing image, you'll see how easy it is to create your very own design.