A Girly Card

Welcome back.

I am sorry to be a day late for this post but I was called away to a family emergency and then I have ended up with a cold and chest infection.  Just great having a fever when the weather is starting to get very warm!  Enough about me, I hope that you have all had a good week and not getting too stressed with Christmas just around the corner.  I know that I said that this week there would be a blog hop but, unfortunately, that has been delayed until next weekend.  I can’t wait to show you what I have created.

Today, as a break from Christmas, I thought I w0uld post a card that I have made for my niece’s 18th birthday using my Cricut machine.  I was late sending it but she has received it now and I can finally publish it.

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For this card I have used the Artiste and Art Philosophy cartridges and Chantilly papers.  The dress and stand were made using the Artiste cartridge  while the numbers were cut using the Art Philosophy cartridges.  I have used my Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder to create the textured white card which is matted on Cotton Candy cardstock.  To make the pink sparkles I have used my Cotton Candy alcohol markers on clear sparkles to make the sparkles pink and match my card.

Materials used are all Close to My Heart or otherwise stated:

Cotton Candy cardstock

White Daisy cardstock

Chocolate cardstock

Cuttlebug embossing folder – Swiss Dots

Artiste Cricut cartridge

Art Philosophy cartridge

Clear sparkles

Cotton Candy alcohol markers

Stamp Set – Card Chatter Birthday D1475

I hope you like my humble offering today and I promise you that I will have the blog hop next weekend.

Have a great week

Happy Crafting

Patricia

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