21 July 2014

Simon Says Spots & Dots

Hello there, when my mojo is declining I see if I can take part in some challenges to get my creative juices flowing. Today I am taking part in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, the theme this week is Spots & Dots. I have first taken a white card base and made a mask with a circle die to put over the top. I have then used the SSS Medium Dots stencil and some TH Spun Sugar ink to create a background.

I have taken the Scripty Thanks die from Lawn Fawn, cut this three times and layered them up. This has been added to the base. I have then finished off with a couple of sequins and gemstones.


Have you heard the good news that my friend Caryn has joined the DT? I am so happy for her and I know she will be awesome on it. Anyway, thanks so much for visiting me today, hope you have a good one :)


  1. Well I think your mojo looks perfect sweets, this card is perfectly pretty, hugs

  2. I love the simplicity of this. Fab card x

  3. LOVE this Michelle - the word die looks amazing against those gorgeous pink spots! So glad you could get back to creating instead of sorting out technical issues!!! Oh, and thanks for the mention too :)
    Caryn xxx

  4. Awesome! That's all that really needs saying on this one! The dotted circle is fabulous, love the popped up sentiment, and the bit of sparkle is just perfect! Thanks so much for joining us for the Spots and Dots challenge on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

  5. Beautiful card Michelle, I do love dots! xx

  6. So pretty, Michelle. And I love how you've paired the gems and sequins, looks fab! x

  7. Love the simplicity. Looks really effective x


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