21 March 2013

Sending Smiles - DTDF

Hello there, for my card today I am showing you the card I have made for the new Die-Ing For A Challenge over at DTDF which this month is Spring related. For my card I have taken a sheet of white cardstock and cut three circles of varying sizes from the MFT Die-Namics Circle Stax Set. I have then added paper from the Echo Park Hello Summer Collection to the card base. The sentiment is from the MFT Doodle Garden Springtime Garden stamp set and this has been stamped on to the larger circle. The card panel has then been added on top. Finished off with rhinestones.


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  1. This is so clever Michelle, that pattern paper works so well! Gorgeous :) x

  2. WOW! This is stunning Michelle. I really love how you have cut the circles to reveal parts of the papers.
    Sue xx

  3. Beautiful Michelle, so elegant x

  4. this is really gorgeous Michelle, gotta pin this ;) love it!! xxx

  5. I absolutely love this CAS card!

  6. The card looks lovely. Great idea.

  7. Really lovely Michelle !

  8. that is such a lovely card (not that I'm surprised!!) x

  9. I love this style of card, I made one very similar to this using a butterfly die and sunshiny paper underneath, I loved it and didn't want to part with it! But my daughter stole it from me to give to someone and guess who to?.......me!! For mothers day!! Lol! She said why get you a shop bought one when you had already made your perfect card! She knows me so well! :)

    I really like how you've got your circles positioned in such a way that it shows off the little butterflies perfectly!!

    Big hugs
    Roni :D xox


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