Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Just for You

Hello All,
Every night, I "read" before I sleep. Read meaning my craft magazines....LOL. I came across this circle card in one of the Paper Crafts issues and just had to try it. Oh, soooo simple. Now that the holidays are coming around, I'm trying to decide on a design for my Christmas cards to send to friends and family. I knew this would happen....at first I chose to make easel cards. But now that I made this circle card, I may choose that. Wait till tomorrow, it'll probably be something else.....ha-ha. :-)


Here's the sentiment on the inside.




Supplies: DP by Echo Park Paper Co., embossing folder by Cuttlebug, Spellbinder dies, edge punch by Stampin' Up, leaf punch by McGill, flower by Prima, ribbon by Offray, "Just for You" sentiment by Hero Arts, Pearls by Kaiser Craft, Inside sentiment by Stampin' Up, and butterfly punch by Martha Stewart.



Thanks for stopping by and hope you all have a crafty day / evening. :-)

8 comments:

Creations by Shirl said...

Very pretty Karen!
Luv the papers and the embellies...Ooh maybe you can send me the instructions over my way...
Have a great rest of the week!

Kim Y. said...

Very fun circle card! Love the pretty papers!

coops said...

gorgeous card karen.the shape is fab and really pretty colours and flower ;D

xx coops xx

Shirley N said...

Beautiful circle card Karen, your flower is so pretty!

kris said...

i love this!! great layout with the dp and embossed CS (i'm liking that on my creations too) and that beautiful flower accents the card perfectly... is there a "like" button on here?!?! =D

Cheryl said...

Very pretty Karen! Love that leaf punch from McGill. I have to check my stash to see if I have that one.

Lynn said...

Oh, that is such a sweet card. The layout is perfect for the circle scallop shape. I really like the zig zag card on your last post, too. Thank you for giving me some good ideas at a time when my brain seems to be on a break.

eunice said...

Pretty circle card, Karen! I think circle cards are so pretty, but I always have a hard time decorating them...you did a great job with yours! Can't wait to see what you come up with for the holidays!