Wednesday, January 24, 2007

*Donuts and Bugs!*

Some days I have a really tough time naming my blog posts LOL! I guess today was one of them! But, there's a reason for it.... my card is a "donut card" and I used my Cuttlebug. Sneaky, eh? tee hee

I started with white cardstock which I cut in half the long way. I prefer cards cut this way for some reason. I used the D'vine Swirls embossing folder for my Cuttlebug on just the front half of the card. I added a 2" strip of Pool Party (SU!) designer paper to the one side. I used my 1 3/8" circle punch to punch a hole in the front of my card. I used the same punch to punch a circle of the Pool Party Paper. I stamped the image with Brocade Blue ink on Whisper White cardstock and punched out the middle circle with the small circle punch and the entire design with the 1 1/4" circlepunch. I coloured the centre image (the present) with my Sakura Stardust Gel Pen for some sparkle. I attached the main part of the image to the Pool Party circle with glue and then added the present on a glue dot and adhered these circles to the inside of the card. I used a piece of Brocade Blue grosgrain ribbon along the fold of the card to finish it off.

This was one of those cards that I had a vision in my head of kind of what I wanted to do and it took me literally 15 minutes to have it done. I like cards like that.

And do you see my great watermark on the left side of the card? Thanks to Cindy for that!!


Jennifer R said...

Wow, what a fabulous card and just love your new "watermark". Very classy!!!

Gina Wrona said...

sweet! Good Job!

Tracy.H said...

Love the card...what does the inside look like on these donut cards? Just curious. Love the watermark!! I caved!! Tried to do one myself, but nothing came out looking as good as Cindy's. Can't wait to see mine!!

Quilt Nut said...

very elegant card Nancy

Cindy Keery said...

You're welcome.

I love the card!! What an elegant design. I will have to copy this one for sure!

Allison said...

This looks great...I love geometrics so it is cool to see that patterned paper with the swirl...super job!