I love this sweet baby elephant…I’ve used it for several cards since the Flower Market cartridge was released last year, but this by far is my favorite! I think it might be because it’s all BLUE!!!
I reached for my Whimsy Fundamentals and grabbed the Glacier and Crystal Blue papers and ribbon to put together this layered collage card from the Wishes How To Book. I like all the patterns giving the card lots of texture.
The Fundamentals papers are so versatile without a specific theme they are a great addition to your card making supplies and come in our Whimsy, Adventure & Enchantment color palettes.
Thanks for stopping by…I hope you’ll take a minute and leave me a comment about your favorite Fundamentals collection.
Sometimes this is how it all starts, a couple snippets a paper and a few Cricut cuts – in this case a daffodil and a rain boot. I would love a pair of rain boots on most days in the great Pacific Northwest, but alas they have avoided being added to my overflowing collection of shoes and boots.
Now on to show how it all goes together…
I stamped the background with Lagoon Ink using one of the Flower Market Coordinating Stamp sets – those blotches reminded me of raindrops. I added the “hello” sentiment another cut from the Flower Market cartridge.
If you have a minute I love to read your comments and you can even let me know if you own rain boots! Thanks for stopping by!
Did you see the cute Easter Tags on the Make It From Your Heart blog on Friday?
Although I don’t make Easter Baskets anymore I do make Easter cards, so I just got my Cricut busy cutting all the shapes I needed and luckily they listed the sizes in their post!
I used some papers from the Rustic Fundamentals and a little piece of Seaglass Glitter paper for some sparkle.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing a bit of your Monday with me. If you have a minute leave me a comment and let me know what your favorite springtime flower is.
This week the theme at the Heart to Heart Challenge blog is Tea Time. Although the March Close to My Heart Stamp of the month was a fun tea-cup themed stamp set, I decided I wanted to do something a little different.
I grabbed some left over papers from my Sugar Rush paper packet layered them up and stamped one of the sentiments from the SOTM in the bottom corner. I then cut the cute tea pot and overlay from the Flower Market Cricut cartridge. You can’t see real well in my photo, but I used the clear shimmer brush on the tea pot and added a clear sparkle gem to the lid. So easy and fun!
There was a bit of a question if I would get home in time to get my card and post done, but when this girl is on a mission she usually accomplishes it. I had fun playing along with each of the weekly challenges at Heart 2 Heart this month. I hope you’ve enjoyed my posts.
I challenge you to stop by one of the many challenge blogs (preferably the Color Dare since I’m a Design Team member) and get some inspiration.
This week the challenge at Heart 2 Heart Challenges is to use background (random) stamping. I’m a huge fan of random stamping so I couldn’t resist linking up a project again this week.
I have a friend that is crazy about lady bugs and I’ve been wanting a reason to play with the Dreamin’ Big Cardmaking Stamp Set so I could use the little lady bug. I started by random stamping a 6X6 piece of white daisy card with the lady bug and dashed line. I knew I wanted to use the Friends Banner from Flower market so I started looking for a card sketch that fit my needs.
This is just a small 4.75 X 3 inch card, but I had lots of fun putting it together. I finished my card with a white dot added to the center of the flower on the banner and a piece of white twine which I tied around the top of the card. When you’re stuck for an idea take a look at a challenge blog and see where it takes you.
Good Morning! Who’s ready for some daffodils? Well you can find them on Key 44 of the Cricut Flower Market Cartridge from Close to My Heart.
I love the fun cuts that can be layered on the Flower Market cartridge and all of the cuts on this card come from one key – #44. I thought the bright cheery colors of the Adventure paper paired with the woodgrain from the Rustic Home Fundamentals would deliver a smile to the recipient.
You can see more from this key on this video from Close to My Hearts Corporate You Tube channel.
Thanks for stopping by…let me know what your favorite key from the Flower Market Cartridge is by leaving me a comment.
Tis the season for needing to send thank you cards and this fun card has absolutely no stamping! I found this card from a sister consultant and knew I had to CaSE it (Copy and Selectively Edit). Kandi’s card was made with the adorable Whimsy Fundamentals and she was sweet enough to share the demensions – I hope you’ll go check it out and leave her some love.
I switched my papers to the striking black and white of the Uptown Fundamentals collection and added Pomegranate and Seaglass accents. The Daisy is from the Cricut Flower Market collection. I have a special fondness for daisies and even used with with chocolate colored centers in my wedding.
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